New Clio takes home a Golden Steering award

JonathanNovember 9, 2012

Renault’s New Clio has triumphed at this year’s Golden Steering awards, winning the prize for best new small car.

Voted for by readers of the German magazine BILD am SONNTAG and AutoBILD, as well as be industry experts, the New Clio was recognised for its overall brilliance.

It is the first model in the range to feature Renault’s new designs, most prominent of which has been a greater emphasis on the famous logo.

Add to this “sensuous curves” and “redefined lines” and it is clear to see why this Clio has made such an impact.

The fourth generation Clio is equally as outstanding on the inside, with a whole raft of new options making the driving experience one of the most enjoyable around.

This includes a panoramic fixed glass sunroof, rear parking camera and an R-Link system that comes with apps.

It also does its part for the environment, with more of an emphasis on greater fuel economy.

Add this to the standard Stop&Start technology on the TCe 90 and dCi 90, and it is clear to see why it emits fewer emissions than its predecessors (a whopping 20 per cent reduction).

For gadget lovers, the in-dash multimedia system is a thing to behold, “setting a new standard” in this area.

This includes a user-friendly seven-inch touch screen display, a powerful 4×20-watt audio package, comprehensive Bluetooth Technology and a USB jack that allows drivers to hook up media devices.

Motorists keen on experiencing the New Clio can get a good idea of what it will be like to drive by leasing out a vehicle.

A Renault Clio Sport Tourer Contact 1.2 16V is available for personal contact hire at £225.92 per month.

Hitting 0-60 in 13.6 seconds, this classic car packs a punch for fans of the Clio.


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