Renault Clio 1.4 3-door Reviews
Product Type: Renault cars
Newest Review: ... swallows heaps of stuff and you can fold down the back seats for extra space. Stuff I have got in the back of my Clio (at ... more
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Customer Renault Clio 1.4 3-door Reviews (7)
by - written on 15/06/10, updated on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 324 readings)
I'm reviewing the car I've owned for five years: (Update: another 2 years now) a Y reg Renault clio elize, 1.4 3 door hatchback. I'm not going into technical info; you can find that anywhere, so I'm just sticking to my personal experience. So what are they really like? They get dismissed as a 'girls' car - that blooming Nichol/Papa campaign has a lot to answer for - but even the chaps have had a pleasant surprise when I've forced one behind the wheel. What I love about my Clios Space - tardis cars. Small on the outside so simple to find parking spaces etc, but big on the inside. Passengers get plenty of space and comfort (in the front ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/01, updated on 06/08/01 (Very useful, 691 readings)
Well I was really suprised to find that noone had actually writen an op on this fantastic car. So I will be honoured to be the first. Well, I have never owned this car, neither do I plan to (unless I win a little bit of cash, I am only a skint student myself you know), but I was given one of these by Reg Vardy when I was having some minor repairs to my citroen AX done (see my review of that too :)) Anyway, I foudn this car fantastic. I was pleasentlky suprised by the speed and acceleration it offered. But to look at it, well , its nothing special. I loved the old 'squarish' bodykit of the pre 90's model but the newish one looks, well more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/09 (Useful, 143 readings)
X REG RENAULT CLIO 1.4i Sport Interior I have had mine since august 2007, brilliant little car, can be quite nippy when its only you in the car, cheap to insure, cheap tax and cheap to service. With an in built cd changer, good heating (very quick), electric windows, heated seats, good boot size and great vision what more can you want. I bought mine from 84000 Miles it is now at 100000, took it for a service and turns out the cam belt hasn't been changed since new, incredibly enough the original french manufactured cam belt stayed in tact HOW LUCKY. The parts are cheap which is another good factor. BAD POINTS - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/02, updated on 11/07/02 (Somewhat useful, 314 readings)
Excellant-I've always drove big cars,so i decided i wanted a smaller car. The Renault Clio is very reliable,it's good on petrol,the tax is lower because of the engine size. I've had the car for over a year and have had no problems with the car. The only problem i have with the car is,that it only has two doors,and i find it difficult to scrap my to cousons in their car seats. The car has central locking, electic windows, sunroof,and you can operate the radio from the steering wheel. ... Read the complete review
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