The 2020 Renault Clio E-Tech is a 1.6L I4 hybrid with a 1.2kWh lithium-ion battery, and a WLTP mileage rating of 4.1L/100km (57mpg).
The 2019 Renault Clio V is the company’s first product on the CMF-B platform, and is available with a 9.3″ portrait touchscreen and 10″ instrument display.
The 2019 Renault Clio V is the first car on the CMF-B platform, has an optional 9.3″ touchscreen and 10″ instrument screen, and all LED headlamps.
The 2018 Renault Clio RS 18 limited edition has a 220hp (164kW) 1.6-liter turbo, a black body, yellow trim, stickers, and is based on the RS 220 EDC Trophy.
The new K14 Nissan Micra and Renault Clio IV are built in the same factory in France. See how different the two superminis are in this side-by-side gallery.
The fourth-gen Renault Clio GT Line faceflit has a dark metal air intakes and rear diffuser, 16 and 17 inch alloy wheels, and blue interior highlights.
The facelifted fourth-gen Renault Clio RS has new headlamps, taillamps and chequered RS Vision fog lamps. The Trophy model also has a new Akrapovic exhaust.
The updated 2017 model year Renault Clio hatch has mildly facelifted bumpers, new LED headlights and taillamps, and a new diesel engine.
For the 2017 model year, the Renault Clio IV has been given a facelift with new bumpers, LED headlights and taillamps, and upgraded interior materials.
The Renault Clio is the French brand’s popular city car, but have you ever wondered where its name comes and what it means? Find out here…