Renault Clio is now available in a top-of-the-range version, the new Clio NAV edition. Offering drivers greater choice and heightening the appeal of the iconic Clio which was updated in late 2016, the enhancements introduce even higher levels of comfort and convenience to the supermini.
The Renault Clio was introduced in October 2016 and with the launch of this new top-of-the-range version, Based on the already extensively-equipped Dynamique S version, the Signature specification adds black part-leather upholstery with heated front seats and height-adjustable passenger seat together with hands-free parking, rear parking camera, 360-degree parking sensors and Renault R-Link Multimedia system with 7-inch touchscreen with TomTom LIVE Satellite Navigation system.
There is a chooce of 4 engine options, two diesels and two petrol engines, paired to either EDC efficient dual clutch automatic or manual transmission for the Clio NAV edition.
The Clio Signature’s additional equipment builds upon an extensive specification that includes 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control, full LED front and rear headlights with integrated daytime running lights, leather steering wheel, hands free keycard and electrically heated and folding door mirrors. In the U.K., the Clio range starts from 11,915 pounds. Clio customers are now able to choose from a total of five trim levels, plus two Renault Sport models.
In Malaysia, Renault Clio, distributed by TC Eurocars, is available in a GT Line version. The Renault Clio GT Line weighs in at a very attractive RM118,000.00 price tag and shares a common B-segment platform with the Captur. The Clio GT comes equipped with Renault’s (TCe) Turbo Control Efficiency 120 engine good for 120PS @ 4,900rpm and 190Nm @ 2,000rpm, which is equivalent to a naturally aspirated modern 1.8-liter powerplant.
The Clio GT Line comes with a 6-speed Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) gearbox, Renault’s version of VW’s DSG that first saw production in the hotter than hot Renault Clio R.S. The Clio GT’s powertrain is said to dispense with the century sprint in a tad under 10 seconds.