Keep an eye out for the Renault Clio 2020

The fifth-generation Renault Clio has been released, featuring a newly revamped interior and enhanced body style with a more assertive front end and sculpted body lines. Since 1990 the Renault Clio has sold 15 million units. Not surprisingly, they’ve been France’s favourite car since 2013.

With regards to pricing, the vehicle might be positioned between R250k to R300k for the South African market.

The new Renault Clio’s interior comes with quality features such as the new vertically and curved 9.3inch Multimedia screen in the cockpit which happens to be the biggest in Renault’s line up currently. The wave-like shaped dashboard is divided into three parts with piano-like buttons and easy, accessible air conditioning. The steering wheel has also been developed in such a way with a new thumb rest and a broader hoop along with a more compacted airbag.

The longer wheel-base in the Clio provides better support and improved leg space and headroom.

Interestingly the Clio has a new range of all-new petrol engines as well as diesel engines with a 65hp-130hp power range. We’re expecting a sportier RS version at a later stage.

The All-New Clio is available in 10 different body paints. C-shaped, 100% LED headlights give the vehicle a lot of presence. The rear lights have more depth and long brake lights. The boot also protects the BOSE audio system with its cubic shape and 391 litres of space, which happens to be the widest in its segment.

The Renault Clio is a funky, yet still sophisticated vehicle made for any age group thanks to its excellent fuel consumption. It also comes with driver assistance systems like a Stop and Go Cruise Control, that features a speed limiter, a blind spot warning, an emergency brake system and 360-degree camera view around the vehicle. This includes front, rear and side park assist as well as traffic recognition with a speed alert. The Renault Clio is highly sufficient with regards to style, speed, space and size.

We say keep an eye out for this vehicle in 2020 and maybe book a test drive to see for yourself if you’re looking for an interesting hatchback.

Shopping around for a new car? Be sure to check out the Reviews section of our blog. Every month we review two of the latest cars to hit South Africa’s roads.




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