New range-topping Renault Clio added | New Release - Car News Jan 2017

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12:59 Wednesday 11 Jan 2017

Renault has added a new range-topping trim level to the Clio line-up.

Called the Signature Nav, the new specification builds on the existing Dynamique S trim by adding black part-leather upholstery, heated front seats, height-adjustable passenger seat, hands-free parking, rear parking camera, 360-degree parking sensors, and Renault R-Link Mulltimedia system with 7-inch touchscreen and TomTom LIVE SatNav. This is in addition to 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control, full LED front and rear headlamps, integrated daytime running lights, leather steering wheel, hands free keycard, and heated folding door mirrors. A choice of two diesel engines, two petrol, and two transmissions – either dual-clutch automatic or manual – are available, the  most efficient being the £19,915 Renaul Clio Signature Nav dCi 90, which  returns a combined 85.6mpg and CO2 emissions of 85g/km.

Priced from £17,715 on-the-road, Signature Nav models are priced at £1,450 more than the Dynamique S Nav, but come with £2,250 worth of additional equipment.

The current Renault Clio range was introduced last October, priced from £11,915 with all models boasting a four-year warranty and Renault Assistance packafge as standard.

 

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