Renault Clio 0.9 TCE 90 Dynamique S Nav 5dr Hatchback (2018) at Renault Bury

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This our Renault Clio with mileage at 750 on the clock comes fitted with essentials such as Satellite navigation system with colour, 7.0 inch display, touch screen and 3D and voice, Selectable driving modes that affect engine mapping, Single 7.0 inch touch sensitive multi-function display screen, Steering wheel mounted remote audio controls, LED daytime running lights, Front electric windows, Connections for USB and auxiliary audio devices, Audio system with touch screen and radio receives AM/FM, digital and RDS colour screen, Automatic hazard lights, Bluetooth includes phone connection and music streaming.

26/03/2018

750

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CO2: 105 g/km

MPG: 60.1

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Fitted with essentials such as Satellite navigation system with colour, 7.0 inch display, touch screen and 3D and voice, Selectable driving modes that affect engine mapping, Single 7.0 inch touch sensitive multi-function display screen, Steering wheel mounted remote audio controls, LED daytime running lights, Front electric windows, Connections for USB and auxiliary audio devices, Audio system with touch screen and radio receives AM/FM, digital and RDS colour screen, Automatic hazard lights, Bluetooth includes phone connection and music streaming.

General

Badge Engine CC: 0.9
Badge Power: 90
Based On ID: N
Coin Description: TCE 90
Coin Series: Dynamique S Nav
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07: 7E
Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years: 12
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years: 3
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %: N
NCAP Child Occupant Protection %: N
NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09: N
NCAP Pedestrian Protection %: N
NCAP Safety Assist %: N
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage: 60000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years: 3
Vehicle Homologation Class: M1

Emissions - ICE

CO2 (g/km): 105
HC+NOx: N
Particles: N
Standard Euro Emissions: EURO 6

Engine and Drive Train

Camshaft: DOHC
Catalytic Convertor: True
CC: 898
Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
Cylinder Layout: IN-LINE
Cylinders: 3
Cylinders - Bore (mm): 72.2
Cylinders - Stroke (mm): 73.1
Engine Code: H4Bt 408
Engine Layout: FRONT TRANSVERSE
Fuel Delivery: TURBO DIRECT INJECTION
Gears: 5 SPEED
Number of Valves: 12
Transmission: MANUAL

Fuel Consumption - ICE

EC Combined (mpg): 60.1
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies: True
EC Extra Urban (mpg): 68.9
EC Urban (mpg): 49.6

Performance

0 to 62 mph (secs): 12.2
Engine Power - BHP: 90
Engine Power - KW: 66
Engine Power - PS: True
Engine Power - RPM: 5250
Engine Torque - LBS.FT: 100
Engine Torque - MKG: 13.8
Engine Torque - NM: 135
Engine Torque - RPM: 2500
Top Speed: 112

Tyres

Alloys?: True
Tyre Size Front: 205/45 R17
Tyre Size Rear: 205/45 R17
Tyre Size Spare: TYRE REPAIR KIT
Wheel Style: N
Wheel Type: 17" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions

Height: 1448
Height (including roof rails): N
Length: 4062
Wheelbase: 2589
Width: 1732
Width (including mirrors): 1945

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 45
Gross Vehicle Weight: 1621
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down): 1146
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): 300
Max. Loading Weight: 539
Max. Roof Load: N
Max. Towing Weight - Braked: 1200
Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked: 575
Minimum Kerbweight: 1082
No. of Seats: 5
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb: 10.6

THE 900 NUMBER (new2) 28/03/2013

Renault's Clio might have grown up but it might just be at its best with its tiniest engine. Jonathan Crouch explains why.

Ten Second Review

Less is more is a phrase that applies very well to the latest Renault Clio, most specifically the models powered by the three-cylinder 899cc TCe petrol unit. While this might sound like not enough engine, the 90hp powerplant is characterful and will make better financial sense than the diesels for many.

Background

In this country at least, we've almost become brainwashed into thinking that if we want to cut down on the costs of running a car, we need a diesel engine. You'll have seen the astronomical fuel consumption figures that seem to promise a whole week's driving before you need to fill the tank again, but as with many things that seem too good to be true, there are often holes in the story. And so it is with diesel engines, especially when they're fitted to small cars like the Renault Clio. The fact of the matter is that if you bought and ran a Clio for, say, three years, we'd be willing to wager that unless you covered huge mileages, you'd be far better off with an engine like the three-cylinder TCe 899cc unit that we're looking at here. The bonus? It makes the Clio even better fun to drive.

Driving Experience

Renault isn't alone in offering a downsized petrol engine. Many of its rivals are at it and you can get a sub-litre engine in the Peugeot 208 and the Ford Fiesta: very good they are too. Of the three though, it's hard to look past the Renault Clio Tce. For a start, it makes 90hp, which is way better than the base Peugeot 208 1.0's 68hp and also beats the base Ford Fiesta 1.0's 80hp power output. It's a fun engine to drive as well, due in no small part to the fact that it weighs so little. The front of the car is so eager to turn into a corner. You've just got to learn to trust the quick but slightly arcade game steering feel. The first three-cylinder powerplant ever produced by Renault, this turbocharged engine features an ultra low-inertia turbo that whistles into action from low engine speeds, developing 135Nm at just 2000rpm. In fact, fully 90 per cent of peak torque is available from 1,650rpm to 5,000rpm. It'll get to 62mph in just 12.2 seconds on the way to a top speed of 113mph but you'll need to work the gear stick to manage that.

Design and Build

Since there's still no three-door model, it's just as well that the five-door does a good impression of one, coupe-like styling emphasised by hidden rear door handles. Design-wise, this current version gets a smart nose, with an eye-catching full-LED lighting signature, including C-shaped daytime running lights in the case of certain versions. Inside, this Clio benefits from the use of finishing materials previously reserved for Renault's higher-end models. Out back, there's a decent sized 300-litre boot while at the wheel, we've yet another dash that's been sculpted in the shape of an aircraft wing on which is mounted an overtly confident chrome-surrounded instrument cluster dominated by the kind of digital speedo that not everyone will like. Equally eye-catching is the consumer electronic-fest that dominates the gloss black-trimmed centre console of all but base models in the form of a tablet-like display that is the 7-inch R-Link colour touchscreen.

Market and Model

The 0.9 TCe engine is offered with 'Play', 'Iconic' and 'GT Line' trim levels. Prices start at around £14,000, which undercuts several key rivals, despite the Clio being a larger car than many. As for equipment, virtually all models get alloy wheels, air conditioning and front foglights. And absolutely all of them get daytime running lights, cruise control with a speed limiter, a trip computer, a height-adjustable driver's seat, power front windows and mirrors, Bluetooth 'phone compatibility, a decent quality USB-compatible CD stereo with punchy Renault 'Bass Reflex' speakers and fingertip control, plus Hill Start Assist to stop you from drifting backwards on uphill junctions. To provide customers with a range of options, this Clio comes with three different connected multimedia systems, namely Media Nav Evolution, Renault R-Link Evolution and the new, smart R&GO system which is available on entry trim levels. This is also the first B-segment Renault to be available with a BOSE audio system. In addition to its reverse parking sensor, and depending on the version, this Clio offers a front parking sensor and a reverse parking camera. Available for higher-end versions, Handsfree Parking allows the driver to fully delegate the completion of parking manoeuvres. Four new body colours have been added and there's a more extensive personalisation programme.

Cost of Ownership

The TCe petrol engine makes some very interesting figures. This model will return 60.1mpg on the combined cycle and 105g/km of CO2, But what of the alternative dCi 90 diesel model? That gets 85.6mpg and 85g/km, so it has to be a better buy, right? Not necessarily. In order to recoup this diesel variant's higher asking price back in terms of fuel economy, you'd need to drive a heck of a long way. By our calculations, if you drove 10,000 miles per year - which is a lot for a supermini - you'd need to keep your Clio for over 7 years to make the more expensive diesel model pay for itself back. A driving style monitor (green, yellow or orange) and a Gear Change Indicator (GCI) on the dashboard help drivers improve their driving style to reduce their fuel consumption. The Driving eco2 app available through Renault R-Link provides drivers with information, helping them to analyse their driving style and take corrective measures in order to reduce their fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

Summary

Buying a supermini these days isn't always as simple as it appears. For a start, there are a number of very good cars to choose from as well as a few duffers to avoid. Renault has made the whole process a good deal easier with its improved Clio TCe 90 models. If you plan on doing typical supermini mileages, that is less than about 12,000 miles per year, go and try one. It's that easy. You'll be rewarded with great fuel economy, low emissions, a car that's fun to drive, can seat five and which is well built and decently equipped. It's really hard to go wrong here. Of course, the good folks at Peugeot, Ford and SEAT may deign to disagree and their wares have a decent claim on your attention in this class too, but were we spending our own money, the Clio might well get the nod. It's good to know that driving can still be fun and that fun needn't wear a huge price tag.

FRENCH SENSE (new2) 17/06/2016

The fourth generation Renault's Clio returned its maker to credibility in the supermini sector. In this improved guise, its appeal is kept current. Jonathan Crouch explains why

Ten Second Review

Renault's fourth generation Clio supermini gets a simplified range structure with value pricing and plenty of equipment. What's not to like?

Background

In some respects, the fourth generation Clio was one of the cars that saved Renault. It arrived in 2013 at a time when the brand's gamble on all-electric car development was failing. Billions of euros had been poured into new battery-powered models that customers simply weren't buying. Dealers needed a characterful, class-competitive product that would sell in decent numbers. This was it. The styling offered a curvy sense of esprit that buyers really liked, hence Renault's reluctance to change it too much since launch. What the company has done though, is to simply the range structure and boost equipment levels to improve and simplify the showroom proposition.

Driving Experience

The dynamic recipe on offer here hasn't much changed. This MK4 model proved that you didn't necessarily have to stretch to a Renaultsport Clio to get a version of this car that might be good to drive. As ever, it isn't quite as taut as a rival Fiesta, but that's OK: if you're like us, you instinctively expect French cars to roll a little more - almost want them to for the payoff of silken low speed ride. Which is delivered by this Renault in a way that few rivals can better. Just one of the many reasons you'd like to drive this Clio around town. The others? Well-weighted steering that facilitates a tight 10.6m turning circle. And torquey engines you don't have to row around with the gear lever. Most Clio buyers will continue to choose either the volume dCi 90 diesel (in manual or EDC auto forms) or the 0.9-litre three cylinder Tce petrol unit. There's also a base 1.2-litre 75bhp petrol powerplant. At the top of the range, the Renaultsport Clio 200 hot hatch continues but, as before, must be ordered with an automatic EDC ('Efficient Dual Clutch') automatic transmission that some don't want.

Design and Build

Design-wise, this current version gets a smart nose, with an eye-catching full-LED lighting signature, including C-shaped daytime running lights in the case of certain versions. Inside, this Clio benefits from the use of finishing materials previously reserved for Renault's higher-end models. Otherwise, things are much as you'd expect. Since there's still no three-door model, it's just as well that the five-door does a good impression of one, coupe-like styling emphasised by hidden rear door handles. So visually and practically, you get the best of both worlds. Out back, there's a decent sized 300-litre boot while at the wheel, we've yet another dash that's been sculpted in the shape of an aircraft wing on which is mounted an overtly confident chrome-surrounded instrument cluster dominated by the kind of digital speedo that not everyone will like. Equally eye-catching is the consumer electronic-fest that dominates the gloss black-trimmed centre console of all but base models in the form of a tablet-like display that is the 7-inch R-Link colour touchscreen.

Market and Model

There's now a much simpler trim structure, buyers choosing from base 'Play', mid-range 'Iconic' or top 'GT Line' variants. Prices start at around £13,500, rising to around £19,000 at the top of the mainstream range. Whichever mainstream five-door Clio you choose, there are kit items included that will cost you more on many rivals. Virtually all Clios get alloy wheels, air conditioning and front foglights. And absolutely all of them get daytime running lights, cruise control with a speed limiter, a trip computer, a height-adjustable driver's seat, power front windows and mirrors, Bluetooth 'phone compatibility, a decent quality USB-compatible CD stereo with punchy Renault 'Bass Reflex' speakers and fingertip control, plus Hill Start Assist to stop you from drifting backwards on uphill junctions. To provide customers with a range of options, the Clio comes with three different connected multimedia systems, namely Media Nav Evolution, Renault R-Link Evolution and the new, smart R&GO system which is available on entry trim variants. This is also the first B-segment Renault to be available with a BOSE audio system. In addition to its reverse parking sensor, and depending on the version, this Clio offers a front parking sensor and a reverse parking camera. Available for higher-end versions, Handsfree Parking allows the driver to fully delegate the completion of parking manoeuvres.

Cost of Ownership

Renault has made a firm commitment to driving down the cost of motoring and the Clio continues to demonstrate some impressive economy and emissions figures. In fact, for more than half the range, there'll be no annual road tax to pay thanks to the way that sub-100g/km CO2 emissions figures grant exemption. Take the dCi 90 variant many will want. It manages 85.6mpg on the combined cycle and 85g/km of CO2. Go for the 1.2 TCe 90 variant and those figures fall to 61.4mpg and 104g/km, though that's still pretty good for a three cylinder petrol model. Even the automatic Renaultsport Clio 200 hot hatch doesn't do too badly, returning 47.9mpg and 133g/km.

Summary

So, with this revised Clio range, it looks like Renault has maintained its position amongst the class leaders in the supermini segment. The French brand hasn't always identified and prioritised the things that really matter to small car buyers, which is one reason why older generation pre-2013-era Clios slipped down the sales charts. So what does really matter to these people? Efficiency, practicality and safety? All this stuff has been properly addressed here. We have a suspicion though, that looks are as much, if not more, of a buying incentive. Just as well then, that this car scores there too. And dynamics? The fun 'chuckability' that used to exemplify small Renaults? Yes, you also get that, balanced with the comfort that's also a Gallic trademark. Let's leave the final words to Renault boss Carlos Ghosn: 'there's nothing wrong with any car company that good cars won't fix'. He's absolutely right. And so is this Clio.

CARRY ON CLIO (family) 18/05/2018

Renault's Clio has always been one of Britain's favourite small French cars. In latest form, it deserves its sales success, thinks June Neary

Will It Suit Me?

If ever a car was aimed at women, it has to be the Renault Clio. The advertising of course has been legendary. Unless you've been living in a cave for the last couple of decades, you can't have avoided Nicole & Co, the 'Size Matters' campaign, billboard ads suggesting that we've all "lost our 'va va voom'" and, a few years back, the 'Britain vs France' ads. I won't air my personal views on whether size matters, but I have to agree that this little car has had a massive impact on the shape of the supermini market - past and present. The most recent facelifted fourth generation Clio I'm looking at here certainly has a 'big car' feel - courtesy, say Renault, of a long wheelbase, which has released generous interior room. It's also got sharper looks and improved refinement. First impressions then, were good.

Practicalities

This improved Clio is a stylistic step forward from its predecessor, but it's still recognisable as a Clio. This facelifted version gets a smarter nose, with an eye-catching full-LED lighting signature, including C-shaped daytime running lights in the case of certain versions. At the front, the grille which houses the Renault diamond has been redesigned, as has the lower part of the grille which is wider to add a more modern feel to the front end. The sporty silhouette is achieved by integrated rear door handles concealed close to the rear quarter lights and cleverly disguised shutlines. With a lower ride height, wider tracks, wheels pushed out wide within the arches, and a reduction in the gap between the wheels and wheel arches, the Clio looks hunkered down and purposeful. What would Nicole and Papa have made of all this? I found the interior to be an even bigger step onwards from the old iteration three of the Clio that I well remember. That car ushered in a bigger, more spacious cabin and the fourth generation model has built on that with massively improved perceived quality. The dashboard is sculpted in the shape of an aircraft wing, with a multimedia system on the centre console, a wide range of colour options, a digital speedometer, striking seats and chrome and gloss-black trim highlights.

Behind the Wheel

This Renault's still got a bit of 'Va va voom' to it. Such were my impressions of the Energy TCe 90 petrol variant which will probably be the big seller. The first three-cylinder powerplant ever produced by Renault, this three-cylinder, turbocharged 899cc unit comes with Stop&Start and is designed to deliver the performance of a normally-aspirated 1.4-litre unit. An ultra low-inertia turbo whistles into action from low engine speeds, developing 90PS and decent pulling power at low revs. There's also an Energy TCe 120 TCe unit which can be mated to six-speed EDC transmission (Efficient Dual Clutch). This four-cylinder 1.2-litre engine gets direct fuel injection and turbocharging, contributing to a peak power of 120PS and a healthy 190Nm of torque from 1,750rpm. Diesel buyers get an Energy dCi 90 1.5-litre engine with a bit more pulling power than it had in the previous generation model. There's also a 110bhp dCi variant.

Value For Money

Pricing is par for the course in the supermini segment against rivals like Ford's Fiesta, Peugeot's 208 and Vauxhall's Corsa. Expect to pay somewhere in the £12,000 to £16,000 bracket for most models. Whatever your choice from this Clio line-up, you'll find that you have some very interesting personalisation choices with this fourth generation design. Buyers will be able to personalise the outside of their car with a selection of colour touches to the front grille, rear and side door inserts. To personalise the interior, the menu covers the dashboard, door panels, steering wheel, grab handles, gear lever and air vent surrounds, upholstery materials and optional floor mats. Renault has made a firm commitment to driving down the cost of motoring and the Clio demonstrates some impressive economy and emissions figures. Take the dCi 90 variant many will want. It manages 85.6mpg on the combined cycle and 85g/km of CO2. Go for the 1.2 TCe 90 variant and those figures fall to 61.4mpg and 104g/km, though that's still pretty good for a three cylinder petrol model. Even the automatic Renaultsport Clio 200 hot hatch doesn't do too badly, returning 47.9mpg and 133g/km. A driving style monitor (green, yellow or orange) and a Gear Change Indicator (GCI) on the dashboard help drivers improve their driving style to reduce their fuel consumption. The Driving eco?? app available through Renault R-Link provides drivers with information, helping them to analyse their driving style and take corrective measures in order to reduce their fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Being a new model, residual values are bound to stack up better than the Clio III, further driving down the overall cost of ownership.

Could I Live With One?

Why not? Maybe the va va vroom thing works after all..

Renault Clio average rating: 4.5/5 (6 reviews)

- 10/06/2018, owner of a Renault Clio Dynamique S Nav Dci

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
The Clio I purchased at 11 months old is excellent. I am getting used to the technology as my previous car was nearly 15 years old and things have advanced!

- 21/04/2018, owner of a Renault Clio Dynamique Nav Dci

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
The best car I've driven! The Renault Clio GT Sport is smooth, comfortable and stylish.

- 14/09/2017, owner of a Renault Clio 1.5 dCi 90 Dynamique S Nav 5dr Auto

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
My Renault Clio is a superb car - a very powerful engine but with great road handling! I love not having to use a key for the doors and starting the engine! Everyone who sees it comments on what a beautiful looking, sporty car it is! It also does 70 miles to the gallon! What's not to like! I wouldn't be without it! Thank You Bury Motors and Rod Clark!

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