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Key Facts

Twice named ‘European Car of the Year’, there are plenty of appealing features to attract drivers to the model – most notably its exciting exterior. Additionally, it’s not only cheap to run, but is cheap to buy as well, which makes it the ideal starter car for many.

The 1.5dCi can deliver 83.1mpg which, when combined with its low-emission release, makes the model incredibly economical in the long-run, much like the majority of the range.

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Why buy a Renault Clio?

With the Renault Clio, there’s very little need for compromise. Don’t let the size fool you; there’s plenty of power across its engine range, so whilst it’s a great zippy number for city driving, it packs a punch on longer journeys too.

The interior is modern and stylish, with newer models equipped as standard with the kind of quality features you wouldn’t normally expect at that price point. That combined with its economic efficiency, makes the Clio a bit of a bargain.

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Which Renault Clio is right for me?

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If you like neat features: Renault Clio Dynamique

If you like neat features: Renault Clio Dynamique

It’s possible to get a lot for your money in terms of features with this mid-range Clio – look out for one with satnav and alloy wheels. It’s a fun car to drive, particularly the model with the 1.5 litre diesel engine. Its stop-start technology means the diesel is also hugely efficient at 88mpg.

The petrol models (available in 0.9 litre or 1.2 litre) don’t quite have the same power output as the diesels, but they can still be great for city and short journey drivers.

For speed: Renault Clio RenaultSport

For speed: Renault Clio RenaultSport

This hatchback offers much sportier performance than other models in the range, so it’s ideal for those looking to have some fun. The 200 Turbo engine offers 44.8mpg, which is pretty economic for a sports performing car, but those seeking a long-term bargain on running costs may want to look elsewhere. However, thanks to low CO2 emissions, you can save some money on your road tax.

Unlike its rivals such as the Ford Fiesta ST or Peugeot 208 GTi, the Clio RenaultSport only comes with 5 doors, as opposed to 3, making it much more practical. Another thing to bear in mind is Renault have chosen to build them with automatic transmission only, with gear-changing paddles for that ultimate driving experience.

What are the Alternatives?

For more engine choice: Seat Ibiza

For more engine choice: Seat Ibiza

An agile and nimble little hatchback, the Ibiza also comes with a decent amount of brake horsepower. You’re also getting some of the status that comes with the Ibiza’s rallying pedigree. It’s available for just a shade under £5,000 on the used market, which puts it in direct competition with the likes of the Clio, as well as the Ford Fiesta.


Used Seat Ibiza

A little more elegance: Peugeot 208

A little more elegance: Peugeot 208

When it comes to the 208, its main strengths lie in its styling both inside and out. You’ll find the latest ranges to be slightly pricier than the Clio, however, so you could definitely save a few pennies by opting for Renault’s hatchback offering.


Used Peugeot 208

Cheap to run: Vauxhall Corsa

Cheap to run: Vauxhall Corsa

Rivalling the Clio in the first-time buyer’s market is the Vauxhall Corsa. Spacious and easy to drive, you’ll pay a similar price for a used Corsa as you might expect for one of the current generation Clios.


Used Vauxhall Corsa

For a good drive: Ford Fiesta

For a good drive: Ford Fiesta

If there’s one hatchback which has its offering down to a tee, it’s the Fiesta. As a mainstay in its class, you’ll find that it goes toe to toe with the Clio when it comes to price, starting from as little as £3,500 on the used market. It has a reputation for looks and drive quality, too.


Used Ford Fiesta

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