An increase of £1940 over the standard RenaultSport Clio 200
18 June 2010

The special edition Renault Clio Gordini will cost from £19,650 - an increase of £1940 over the standard RenaultSport Clio 200.

The special edtion Clio features a host of cosmetic upgrades including racing stripes, white wing mirrors and polished 17-inch wheels.

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Inside the car gets Gordini badging, piano black trim, unique build number and grey leather seats with blue inserts.

Equipment includes climate control, integrated Bluetooth handsfree and double optic headlights.

However, the mechanicals remain the same, with the car powered by a 198bhp 2.0-litre engine and a six-speed manual gearbox.

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18 June 2010

Well of course it costs more, tackiness has a price ya know.

 

 

18 June 2010

Adding some stripes does not make this a Gordini. Granted the RS Clio is a fast car to begin with but unlike the new Abarths which actually brings some modifications along with the name to a standard Fiat car, these Renaults does not adhere to the spirit of the Gords of old. I wonder what "The Sorcerer" would have made of this.

19 June 2010

Better off just buying the standard Renaultsport Clio 200 . This is not a real Gordini is a wasted oppurtunity I am dissapointed they should have lowered and stiffened the suspension and added 50 hp more and then called it a Gordini and it might have been worth it lost opertunity . This is just a tacky ripoff discracefull .

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