Renault has confirmed the fifth-generation of its Clio model is priced from £14,295 ahead of the first customer deliveries commencing in October.
From launch it is available with four trim level options – Play, Iconic, S Edition and R.S. Line, while from launch it is available with three engines: two petrol and one diesel.
The two petrol engines consist of 100hp and 130hp options, the former of which emits 99g/km of CO2, placing it into the 23% BIK bracket, while the sole diesel – an 85hp engine –returns 78.5mpg with its emissions figure still to be confirmed.
Available to order from October, will be the entry-level three-cylinder naturally aspirated SCe 75 with a power and torque figures of 72hp, while from mid-2020 a hybrid will be offered. It will combine a 1.6 litre petrol engine that’s mated to a pair of electric motors that are powered by a 1.2 kWh lithium ion battery.
Standard kit offered includes LED headlights, air conditioning, DAB, lane departure warning with lane keep assist and AEB, while the Iconic trim level – expected to be the most popular trim – features 16-inch alloy wheels, a seven-inch touchscreen, keyless entry, rear parking sensors and tinted rear windows.
S Edition models are equipped with a 9.3-inch touchscreen, climate control, 17-inch alloy wheels and automatic headlight and wiper control and the range topping RS Line is the sportiest trim. It has adjustable driving modes, a rear-view camera and RenaultSport-inspired styling.