Renault Clio 1.4 5-door Reviews
Product Type: Renault cars
Newest Review: ... and you got half a tank driving sensible of corse and mpg is average 40-50mpg depending if your on the motorway or drving ... more
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Customer Renault Clio 1.4 5-door Reviews (8)
by - written on 17/02/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
I have owned the 2001 model of this car now for 2 years with my NAN being the only previous owner. Best part about the car is its fuel economy and for the most part reliability. There is also ample amounts of boot space. Fuel economy: I drive the petrol version and a single tank costs under £30 which is enough to get me from the outskirts of London to Swansea in South Wales and back (just). The diesel version has one of the best fuel economies of any car in its class. Handling: The Clio is a nice little car and comes with decent handling. I only have the peughot 306, mercades a class and toyota yaris to compare it too but apart ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/01, updated on 16/09/01 (Very useful, 244 readings)
I have been the proud owner a 1.4, 5 door Renault Clio for six months now and have never been so impressed with a car. As an accountant I know not to buy a brand new car and bought my W reg car when it had just passed its first birthday. Of course I benefited from the fact that the car had depreciated by about 25% on the original purchase price of approximately £10,000 in that short spell. SAFETY FEATURES * both the driver and passenger have airbags fitted as standard * the rear seat has three proper seatbelts - the middle belt is not just a lap belt * it has anti-locking breaks SECURITY FEATURES * the car comes fitted with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/10 (Useful, 28 readings)
Renault Clio 1.4 16V Dymanique 5door I bought the top of the range Dymanique model for my son new on 2004 at a cost of just over £10,000 and he has been driving it since. It came very well equipped as you would expect from the Dymanique with rain sensitive wipers and light sensitive headlights, interior security locks, air conditioning and alloy wheels. The computer states it has delivered 34Mpg over the last 64,000 miles and I have no reason to doubt this. I had to replace a window due to a heavy stone chip which the insurance covered, but the Autoglass man informed me that the list price of the windscreen was well over £650 due to the rain sensor, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/00, updated on 20/11/00 (Useful, 203 readings)
Having learnt for my driving test in the Renault Clio I noticed several points about it. The acceleration is very quick for a small(ish) engine. There is no problem in the car coping at high speeds, and it was a generally comfy ride. The power steering means there was little work to do, even in the tightest of turns and that can only be an advantage as it saves your arms. It is also hard to find someone who doesn't like the look of the Clio and so you won't get embarrased when driving in front of your friends. What I didn't like about the car is the clutch is far from the best of the cars I have driven. It feels to ridgid, doesn't move smoothly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/00, updated on 07/08/00 (Useful, 222 readings)
Ive owned my Clio now for just over one year, and overall Im pleased with the car. The cars first service was around £100 which wasnt bad considering I had done just under 14000miles (I'm sure Renault will make up for it on the next service!) The running costs are not bad: I expect to get around 350miles to a full tank, which costs around £35. The performance is not amazing but it is smooth, Ive had Clio courtesy cars which have been considerably quicker then my own. The car is comfortable and well equiped. I would recommend the Clio to a friend, but warn them to stay away from lamp-posts as they seem to crumple quite ... Read the complete review
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