Renault Clio (1991-98) Reviews
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Renault Clio 1991-98 - Service & Repair Manual
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Customer Renault Clio (1991-98) Reviews (28)
by - written on 05/08/01, updated on 24/03/02 (Very useful, 3589 readings)
It will come to you all. Each of your off-spring grows up (relatively speaking), passes their driving test and, at some point, 'needs' to buy a car. So if you, Dear Father/Mother have any experience of buying cars, then you are roped in to help/advise/negotiate/be blamed if things go wrong ! Our elder daughter got the best deal. When she decided that she was in a position to buy a car, our 3-years-old Vauxhall Corsa (on which her sister and brother had also learned to drive) was just ready for 'disposal', so it was 'disposed' of to her at what I termed 'net' trade price. That is the price that I was offered in a part ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/09 (Very useful, 1371 readings)
Background: I bought my 1997 1.4 RT 3-door in 2005 with 60k miles on the clock. I owned it until 2008, when it was sold with 96k miles. It had one previous owner, full dealer service history, and was immaculate when I bought it and when I sold it. Equipment: The RT comes with Electric windows, electric mirrors, electric sunroof, power steering, body coloured bumpers, front fog lights, driver's airbag, seatbelt pretensioners, six-speaker stereo with steering-wheel controls and remote central locking/immobiliser. Interior: The interior is a pleasant enough place to be, if a little unispiring. There is plenty of storage space, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/07 (Very useful, 8901 readings)
The L-reg clio 1.4 RT was purchased from a friend of friend who I trusted for £500. Averaged size hatchback, 1.4 so nippy unless laden with 3+ passengers/luggage. Good fuel consumption, up to 350miles per fuel tank. Generally a good little car. Background I brought this car as a cheap replacement for my first run-around. The clio is comfortable car for short/medium journeys, seat suck u in (with their funky patterns) and create a good driving position. However on long (3+ hours) journeys seat become hot and car interior heating is below satisfactory. Comfort The space is a compromise between front and back seats, unless a v ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/04, updated on 21/11/04 (Very useful, 7494 readings)
I bought this to replace my dearly beloved (despised) 1989 VW Polo, and it's quite a culture shock to end up buying a car with electric windows and one that doesn't whine and rattle constantly. The specification of the car is pretty good for a mid-'90s small car - front electric windows, retractable sunroof, foglights, remote central locking, colour-coded bumpers, four stereo speakers and power-assisted steering. In fact the only thing it could do with is a rev counter (why no rev counters on your older diesels, Renault?). In fact I probably hit the jackpot with this car considering nearly every diesel Clio I've seen has been a poverty-spec ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/02, updated on 14/11/02 (Very useful, 8524 readings)
I had a Clio Williams from 1998 to 2001, and I have to say that this is one of the best cars I have ever driven. I bought the car in 98 with 102,000 on the clock for £10k - that was cheap then, as most were going for in excess of £12k. I knew I would put a lot of miles on the clock, so didn't mind that it had already covered so many - at least I knew it hadn't been clocked! At 100k it had worn well, a few stone chips on the front - to be expected, but the engine sounded like new, and it had a full service history - meticulously maintained. In the time I had it, the car got seriously abused. It is a drivers car - handles like it's on rails, ... Read the complete review
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