RENAULT CLIO car reviews
Renault Clio 1.6 Renaultsport 200 Hatchback 5dr Petrol EDC Auto (144 g/km, 197 bhp) Hatchback (2012 - ) expert review
The Clio 200 looks great and comes well equipped, and thanks to the talent of Renaultsport’s chassis engineers, the suspension is brilliant. However, the lacklustre characteristics of the steering, engine and gearbox mean it’s not as exciting as it should be to drive, and it’s expensive to buy and run compared with its best rivals.
Date added: Wednesday 22 January 2014.
The Renault Clio is great to look at, good to drive and comes with a range of efficient engines. And, being a Renault, it's also one of the safest superminis around. It's well worthy of your consideration.
Date added: Friday 12 October 2012.
The Renault Clio Sport Tourer is an estate version of the best-selling Clio hatchback. Despite its awkward looks the Sport Tourer is good to drive, practical and well equipped.
Date added: Wednesday 01 December 2010.
The Renault Clio is good to drive, well mannered and practical, making it a great choice for those in the market for a chic supermini.
Date added: Sunday 20 September 2009.
The Renault Clio Renaultsport 200 Cup offers pure driving thrills combined with the practicality of a hatchback supermini.
Date added: Monday 24 August 2009.
The Renault Clio Renaultsport Cup is a lighter, faster and cheaper version of the excellent Renault Clio 197 hot hatch. It’s one of the ultimate giant-killers – able to run rings around many cars of twice the price – and it’s ideally suited to British roads.
Date added: Monday 15 December 2008.
This week's Classic Ads features Thierry Henry and the Renault Clio
Date added: Thursday 10 July 2014.
With fuel still very expensive and environmental issues at the forefront of the news, the pressure is on all of us to buy a car which uses as little fuel and emits the smallest amount of CO2 possible.
Date added: Wednesday 02 October 2013.
Enter into an argument with anyone who contends that car adverts aren’t quite what they used to be, and you’ll invariably be faced with two words at some point in the debate: “Nicole?” and “Papa!”
Date added: Wednesday 04 September 2013.
The new Renault Clio GT-Line will cost from £17,395, the company has confirmed. It will sit between the mainstream models and the Renaultsport version in the Clio line-up, bringing much of the flagship’s style, but costing less to buy and run.
Date added: Friday 07 June 2013.