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RENAULT CLIO Hatchback 1991‑1998
41 owner reviews for RENAULT CLIO Hatchback 1991‑1998
renault clio 1.4RT Champs-Elysees 5dr Auto
RENAULT CLIO 1.4 RT Champs-Elysees 5dr Auto (Review date: 15th July '12)
i love mi little clio,,this is my 2nd one to date,,my previous was a 1.4 3dr maxim,,i had for 3yrs,,,no problems wot so ever,, spotless interior,lovely drive,parkin no probs wot so ever,,,my daughter loves it,,,ive had my new N Reg for a month now,,underneath is like bran new car,no rust,,spotless bodywork n engine bay like new,,, runs great ,is auto sometimes petrol seems to go to soon ,, but cheap to,run n tax n insure,,u cant really go wrong,,,drives lovely round streets small esay to manouvere... havent really been on motorway run yet ,,,,,10/10.....
Old Renault Clio R-reg
RENAULT CLIO 1.4 RT Champs-Elysees 5dr (Review date: 19th January '12)
We bought the car as an urban run-around but have not needed it on a daily basis.
We have enjoyed the easy size of our Clio when parking. However, since having children its limitations have become clear - we find the small cabin and boot space a trial. My husband must push his seat back against the children's legs in order to drive. We struggle to fit more than one suitcase in the car and the rear seat cannot accommodate a third person when there are two child seats present.
The car runs fairly reliably, with the exception of cold and/or wet mornings, when it is difficult to start. It requires muscle to accelerate, steer and brake.
Tax and insurance are cheap but the car has terrible fuel economy. However, it is churlish to complain about a car still running after 15 years.
My lovely Renault Provence!!
RENAULT CLIO 1.2 RN Provence 3dr (Review date: 14th October '11)
This was my first car, made in 1997, I got her almost two years ago and she's never failed me. I drove her all around Cornwall for a year as a student, this seriously tested the clutch on those steep country roads and then drove her all the way home to London, full of all my belongings in five and a half hours - not bad for a weighed down 1.2.
Since then Polly has been cheap to MOT, (with my mechanic raising his eyebrows at how well she's done) and a reliable A to B, being a small car she's easy to park in busy towns and one of the cheapest cars to fuel today.
A responsive drive, her tracking is perfect, fitted with a brand new exhaust last year, I might regret selling her but sadly I don't need her enough to warrant keeping her.
Clio R264 PRG
RENAULT CLIO 1.2 RL Paris 3dr (Review date: 2nd September '11)
This is the car that I learnt to drive in, and it has served its purpose very well. While it does not have all the gadgets that more expensive cars have, it has never broken down on the road, is mechanically sound and has suited my needs perfectly. It has enough power to be able to handle with faster roads and motorways, but has never felt like I was spending too much on petrol for a car of this type and age. As well as this, the insurance was not excessive.
RENAULT CLIO RT 1.4 5dr Auto (Review date: 27th June '11)
RENAULT CLIO RT 1.4 5dr (Review date: 28th May '11)
This car starts first time every time even in the winter. The only thing that is wrong with it is the rear windwiper has come off. It is a small car which is really good for parking but not if you have more than two children. I found it was really good on petrol especially on long distances.I have had this car for about a year and I have drove it as far as Longleat Safari Park and Cheltenham. It was excellent on fuel. I think this car would suit a first time car buyer as it was my first car.
Renault Clio mark 1
RENAULT CLIO RT 1.4 5dr (Review date: 28th May '11)
What an awesome little car! I've loved my Clio because its so practical and reliable. Its nearly 15 years old, yet its not rusted out like most old cars, yes it's been well looked after all it's life unlike some, but its the best car I can afford. Cheap to run, tax, and insure, this little 1.4 is a perfect reliable run around.
It's great for day to day use and is comfortable for long journeys so it suits my lifestyle perfectly. It pulls well for a 1400 up hills and does 0-60mph really quickly if you give it a bit of revs! the engine sounds nice, and yet is very quiet. And it's so smooth to drive.
I give this car 5* because it's such a good car and I'm in love with it!
RENAULT CLIO 1.2 RL 3dr (Review date: 25th March '11)
The clios not a sporty car but its reliable and a cheap car to run. It is a nippy little car and is surprisingly spacious in the back, although the boot is not a bad size it gains the space once the seats are laid down. This cars has managed to move a female student home from university in one trip. Its a comfortable ride and is comfortable to drive. Its easy to reverse and the gears are easy to get into. Although this car in particular has had some repairs to the sills he car all round is in great condition. The best thing about this car is that its economical on fuel and on a long distance it manages to stretch the fuel a long way. We managed to travel 134 miles on about £30 worth of fuel.