taking all its different generations into account, Clio stands out as one of renault’s best-selling cars, as well as a market benchmark that has generated total sales of almost 12 million cars since 1990. today, renault has capitalised on the model’s hallmark strengths and everyday versatility to deliver New Clio which seeks to win over customers thanks to its attractive blend of emotion and solid core strengths.
New renault Clio also champions renault’s new design identity which places the emphasis on simplicity, warmth and sensuality.
Thanks to the availability of two systems, including the introduction of renault r-Link, New renault Clio breaks new ground in the world of automotive multimedia. it also delivers a high standard of comfort and safety equipment across the range and features an affordable personalisation programme on an unprecedented scale for renault.
New Clio’s versatility is founded on even more efficient road holding and enhanced travelling comfort, while power is provided by a choice of engines that show the way forward in terms of low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. the range includes a diesel powerplant which returns an unbeatable 3.2 litres/100km and 83g of CO 2/km.
Meanwhile, New Clio boasts a spacious cabin and a particularly big boot (300dm3). it is also rigorously designed, targets the highest possible level of active and passive safety (5 stars euro NCAp new rating) and is built to renault’s exacting quality standards.
Buoyed by the passion of the teams behind its design, New Clio, like its predecessor, continues to pack features that are normally only associated with larger cars and responds to market demands in a rational, yet emotional way.
The hatchback version of New Clio will go on sale in October 2012, while Clio estate and Clio r.s. are scheduled to follow in the first quarter of 2013.