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  1. New Renault Clio 2019 unveiled with stunning new interior ahead of official launchhttps://www.express.co.uk/life-style/cars/1079285/New-Renault-Clio-2019-launch-interior-car RENAULT has unveiled the interior of the all-new Clio - Here’s what’s changed in the radical new update.Renault has unveiled the all-new Clio hatchback which has received a number of updates an upgrades. Most notably among the changes is the awesome revamped interior which is a vast improvement compared to previous generations. Immediately the vehicle looks more high-end and premiums due to the new refined interior layout with obvious improvements in the technology, seating, and overall design. At the centre of the dashboard is the Smart Cockpit, the 9.3-inch multimedia screen (twice as large as the 7-inch version) is the biggest ever on a Renault model. It is a vertical screen and is more contemporary than some of the integrated units in its rivals. This central screen comprises the multimedia, navigation and infotainment features. Renault has also apparently used more premium soft-touch materials on the redesigned dashboard which has been reshaped to give the impression of more space and width in the Clio. The centre console is also higher and features a smaller gear lever all of which, in conjunction with the newly redesigned seats is for ergonomics. There is also a myriad of customisation options which allows the vehicle to be specified in a number of different colours to match the exterior. While the interior has been extensively updated the exterior has been left relatively unchanged. It is a minor evolutionary upgrade with tiny alterations to the grille and bumper. The body has been lowered by up to 30 mm for better aerodynamics and extra athleticism and the car can be specified with 17-inch wheels (depending on version). Other added details include the shark fin antenna, the 100 per cent LED lights, the flush tailgate, and the chrome-plated side-window surrounds. Two new exterior body colours are available now which are Valencia Orange and Celadon Blue, which join another eight body colours and three exterior customisation packs. Clio will make its official public debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
  2. Renault Clio puts hybrid and all other cars to shame. How come so cheap huh! Renault CLIO Reignite your passion Special Launch Price $99,999 RENAULT SPORT F1 SHOWCASE 2015 19-20 SEP | Kallang Wave Mall Atrium Catch the New Renault Clio & exclusive event offers across the Renault range this weekend: Up to $16,000 off 5-Year warranty Renault Sport Edition Watch worth $688 $500 Fuel vouchers Renault Sport F1 merchandise worth $110 Car DVR camera Exclusive Renault CashCard Solar film 1.5L Turbo engine & Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) gearbox Class-leading fuel efficiency (>27km/L or >1,200km per tank) New front-end design with distinctive LED daytime-running lights Keyless entry with walk-away auto lock 7 Coloured touchscreen with GPS, voice control & Bluetooth® Concealed rear door handles & sporty tailgate spoiler 17 Sport rims Largest boot volume (300L) in its class 4 Airbags, Electronic Stability Control & ASR Traction Control
  3. SYF77

    8 finalists battle for

    From a list of 34 nominees, the organising committee of the European Car of the Year Award has shortlisted 8 finalists. The final list should consist of only 7 cars but two models got the same score during the voting process and hence the extra head (or rather hood) count. The final list has a good mix of Japanese, Korean, American and European brands. The winners will be announced on 4 March 2013 at the Geneva Motor Show. Below are the 8 potential winners: Peugeot 208 Mercedes A-Class Ford B-Max Subaru BRZ Renault Clio Volkswagen Golf Hyundai i30 Volvo V40 The winners of the 'European Car of The Year' award for 2010, 2011 and 2012 are the VW Polo, Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet Volt respectively. Country of origins does not appear to play a part. Which car gets your personal vote?
  4. FaezClutchless

    Renault preparing a new Clio Williams?

    The rumour mill has been churning out news of Renault preparing a new Clio Williams. Ever since Renault signed a new contract with the Williams Formula One team to supply them with engines, many hoped that the French automaker would release a new version of the ever popular hot hatch. The original Renault Clio Williams was released in 1993 and it was said that the car was launched to celebrate Nigel Mansell
  5. FaezClutchless

    Dacia Lodgy: The Romanian people carrier

    [extract] When Renault took over Dacia in the late 1990s, the Romanian automaker car models look rather drab. Most of their cars had boxy shaped shells, as though the cars were from the 1970s or 1980s. Some would contribute this to the Communists influence in Romania (could
  6. The competition has gotten even tougher. Car manufacturers these days are becoming so obsessed with creating the greenest car in the world. It's almost like a trophy that they can hold out to the beaming eyes of the motoring public to show that they are environmentally friendly. This time, Renault's new Clio is the current green leader. The new Clio's party-piece is its engine. The dCi 86 powered Clio emits a mere 98g/km and that is astonishing. I think Singaporeans should be a little more accepting towards diesel powered cars as they really do offer fuel efficiency on a whole new level. However, the problem in Singapore is that even if a diesel powered car is a Euro IV or V compliant, its road tax is still 4 times more than a conventional petrol powered one. And I think that's ridiculous when a diesel like this one can offer so much more mileage... Anyway, the new Clio looks great, goes as far as a camel goes without water and it is relatively affordable compared to its counterparts. All in all, the new Clio is a hit, as long as the government doesn't take away too much of our money just because we want to become more environmentally friendly.
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