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The new Renault Clio 4 will be priced between £10,595 to £16,095, and feature a stability control and keyless entry as standard

Renault has announced pricing for the fourth generation Renault Clio, with prices ranging from £10,595 to £16,095. The prices place it in direct competition with its key rival, the Ford Fiesta.

The latest generation Clio is described as the most upmarket incarnation yet. Equipment levels reflect this with four trim levels available.

All models feature Bluetooth and USB connectivity, front, front side and curtain airbags cruise control, ESC, hill start assist, height and reach adjustable steering wheel, electric front windows and door mirrors, keyless entry and ignition, plus speed limiter as standard.

The £13,245 Dynamique MediaNav model is the third of four trims offered, and is expected to be the most popular. It features gloss black and chrome trims, automatic lights and wipers and a seven-inch touchscreen navigation system.

Options also include a panoramic glass roof, parking sensors and rear parking camera.

Three engines will be available at launch, including a new three-cylinder 900cc three-cylinder petrol, with which Renault claims 99g/km and 62.8mpg in ECO guise. A “heavily upgraded” 1.5-litre dCi unit delivers headline figures of 88.3mpg and  83g/km in ECO spec.

A modified version of the current car’s 1.2-litre sees economy improved by 2.7mph and emissions reduced by8g/km.

Renault will release Clio Renaultsport pricing and spec details in February, ahead of its launch in the summer.

Tom Heron

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Geetee40 9 October 2012

Poor Journalism in the headline

Stability Control is not a feature, the European Union decided in 2009 to make ESC mandatory – all new models must be equipped with ESC since 1. November 2011 and by the end of 2013 all old models without ESC may not be sold anymore.

Assuming this will not be on sale really until next year, why would you release the model without ESC?

@LP I think Bluetooth is a good thing, it at least gives one less excuse to the phone holding whilst talking brigade

pdenny 8 October 2012

Its a Looker

Blimey a Clio that looks fresh and fun. Clever marketing by Renault as it will be stood next to Dacia's Sandero in the showroom. £10k for good looks for the ipod generation or £6k for the not so good looking Dacia. For me its the Dacia and a used e36 M3 for the weekend.

cpnorth 8 October 2012

Good Looking

Renault have made some awfull products of late, but i have to say i think this looks very good indeed.  Lets hope its more reliable, and Renault UK get the price of there extoshonate parts prices sorted. Im affraid Ford seem to rule at the moment and deservidally so great products across the range.