The Renault Clio is a supermini produced by Renault since 1990. The car is currently in its third generation.

See Autopedia's comprehensive Renault Clio Review.

Recent ChangesEdit

  • On February 10, 2010, Renault announced the 20th Anniversary special edition Clio and Clio RS. As you can guess, it is meant to commemorate a score of the the French hatch. Special features include a choice of Pearlescent Givre (a.k.a. white), Cassiopee Grey, Dyna Red, Grey Blue, Pearlescent Black, and Platine Grey colors. Non-metallic Glacier White is also available. Along with the special paint, the 20th anniversary also offers "20th" badges on the b-pillar, visible stitching on the dash, cloth upholstery in grey, and anthracite grey trim. Tech upgrades include Bluetooth, climate control, cruise control, darkened rear window, satellite navigation, and an upgraded stereo. The RS also comes with 17-inch diamond-effect alloys from Be Bop. Pricing begins at €14,350, while the RS 20th starts at €24,700.
  • Renault of UK has resurrected the Clio S nameplate as an appearance package. Cosmetic changes include white front bumper insert, white rear spoiler and exterior mirrors, white 16-inch 'Polar' alloy wheels and white racing stripes on the sides and the rooftop, plus tinted rear windows and tailgate. Inside, the Clio S sports 'S' embossed upholstery with white seams, leather steering wheel and a white finish for the centre console, dashboard inserts and instrument dials. Pricing range between £11,209 for the 1.2 16V and £13,458 for the 1.5 dCi 86 A/C. Buyers have a choice of four colors including Glacier White, Pearl Black, Capsicum Red and Extreme Blue. [1]
  • On June 27, 2009, Renault launched the World Series by Renault Clio and Megane in celebration of the successes of its Formula One drivers Fernando Alonso, Heikki Kovalainen and Robert Kubica.[2]
  • For MY2010, the Renault Clio receives a mid-cycle facelift inline with Renault's new corporate face introduced in the Megane. [3]
  • Ford 2009, Renaultsport created the race-ready Clio R3 Access, an entry-level FWD version of the R3 Maxi, for mass-consumption. It is powered by the same 200hp 2.0-litre powerplant mated to a ZF 6-speed sequential gearbox, LSD and Magneti-Marelli ECU. Pricing starts at €32,600 in France. [4]
  • For 2008, Renault unveiled a special edition of the Clio, dubbed the Renault Clio RS World Series Edition. Motivation for the cheapest Clio RS version (21,900 euro) will come from a 200 hp/ 215Nm 16-valve 2 liter engine mated to a TL4 six-speed gearbox. Top speed is pegged at 223 km/h. Other distinguishing features include black satin-finish wheels, dark anthracite hubcabs and special 'World Series By Renault' decals.[5]

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Limited Edition RS 200 Gordini

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RACV found out that the Renault Clio is the most female car on the market in 2003. Therefore, most of the female car buyers will opt for the Clio and the RACV described the car is very female - young and urban.


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2002 RACV Australia's Best Small Car

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