Renault Clio 1.5 dCi Expression Reviews
Product Type: Renault cars
Newest Review: ... car. HoweverI think the interior looks cheap and doesnt feel welcoming. For first time drivers this is a good car. They are ... more
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Customer Renault Clio 1.5 dCi Expression Reviews (9)
by - written on 25/06/10 (Very useful, 984 readings)
Having owned a dozen or so cars over the last decade, I think I can safely say I have found a keeper with this little charm. My primary reason for buying the 2002 1.5 DCI Expression was fuel economy and this one has it. I had previously reserached other similar sized diesels including Corsas and Fiestas but this one came up trumps on MPG. Last month, I managed to get 715 miles on a full tank of diesel (costing about £52). This equates to well above 70+mpg. With a commute of 100 miles a day, I am saving money like never before. The tax is an equally impressive £35 a year. My tip is to keep the car between 60-65mph on the motorway and you will save a good 20% in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 395 readings)
Renault clio's, like many cars and humans have came in all shapes variety's and sizes down the years ha ha, but one thing is for sure they're are a great first car for anyone looking to get they're wheels on the road. I myself have the 1.5 dci 2003 model and its my first car which I'm very pleased with hence being a 7 y.o car. One of the best points about the clio is that its as nippy as a cat up a try, very good handling making you feel more at ease when out on the sometimes treacherous roads! I particularly like the layout of this bubble shaped model as everything is exactly where you need it from the buttons on your center panel to the levers on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/10 (Very useful, 654 readings)
We had a Renault Clio for 3 years, it cost us £9000 new. Looks: Sleek and black, it is small but perfectly formed with two doors and a boot, electric windows, cd player air conditioning, the car looks fairly good, however the seats aren't secure with the back seats easily coming loose. The car shape is sleek but also boxy and perhaps not for anyone other than couples. Reliability: This is my big bugbear with the car, in the past i've had cars where spares were easy to find and easy to fix, with the Renault Clio, we had problems for years which could only be fixed through Renault Diagnostics (Paying hundreds of pounds to plug ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/08 (Very useful, 332 readings)
My wife owned this model from January 2003 when she purchased a new one on the Renault options scheme, you know the knid of thing nice low monthly payments and then a lump su at the end, hand it back or use it to trade in against a new car. We plumpedfor the Renault because my wife loved the shape, she thought it was quite a funky little car at the time and it was well enough equipped, with electric windows, CD player and air condiyioning etc. It drove extrememly well and the Diesel engine returned ridiculous fuel economy, well into the 50 mpg, quite often 60 mpg plus! It was comfortable to drive and also be a passenger in and would sit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/10 (Useful, 271 readings)
My car is the mk2 reshape 2001 onwards, Dynamique version which means it looks slightly sportier and has extra electrics included and alloy wheels as standard. I have had a bad experience with this car which may have effected my judgement slightly. It had faulty piston rings when bought but lets not get into that and they had to be repaired. So far no dodgy electronics, or rattles as such, the sun roof does not leak as reported and although the fuel gage goes off and shows empty when sometimes has 100 miles left in the tank which can be quite annoying. Do I like this car, well yes and no, possibly more yes than no. I think ... Read the complete review
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