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Renault present the Clio Expression 1.4 16v 5dr Hatchback with 5 Speed - (Man) / 4 Speed Proactive - (Auto), Front (FWD) running on Unleaded Petrol

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“Clio 1.4”

published 03/04/2005

Very comfortable & v.good drive

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My first car was, or more specifically, is an L-Reg Clio 1.4 RT, second hand, and although it does have it's ups and downs, like any hatchback does, it is predominantly a good drive. Comfort - this is one of the first things you can analyse from a car, and the Clio comes out well. It's seat...

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Good

Easy to drive and comfortable

Reliability questionable and paintwork soft and t...

Well we wanted a new “super mini” and with all the gadgets and that’s when the problems started! We ordered the car from Renault London on the A40 who are owned by Renault anyway. Since we wanted an automatic and satellite navigation, air conditioning, alloy wheels, golden yellow metallic and a...

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Super

Reliable, efficient and relatively nippy

small, under-powered when laden

Summary The L-reg clio 1.4 RT was purchased from a friend of friend who I trusted for £500. Averaged size hatchback, 1.4 so nippy unless laiden with 3+ passengers/luggage. Good fuel consumption, up to 350miles per fuel tank. Generally a good little car. Background I brought this car as a cheap...

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Good

Low road tax, good around town and on the motorway

Spare tyre really is only for emergencies

I had been the proud owner a 1.4, 5 door Renault Clio for almost a year now and had been impressed with a car. As an accountant I know not to buy a brand new car and bought my W reg car when it had just passed its first birthday. Of course I benefited from the fact that the car had depreciated by...

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Excellent

“A fantastic hatchback”

published 17/07/2007

Great price, looks, functionality

none

I bought this car second hand, less than a year old with 6,000 miles on the clock from a Renault dealer for a fantastic price, and what a car! The passenger space is fantastic; you can quite easily fit five adults in without any problems, and with a huge boot plenty of cases as well. The drivers...

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Good

Slick looks, Well equipped, great handling

Slow, with some real problems

I recently got a new Clio as a hire car while my own car was in for a clutch replacement. While it was only for ten days, I drove it everyday and thought I might share my view of it. Postives = The car is lovely to drive, the steering is poised and the car handles incredibly smoothly, exactly...

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Super

Handles itself well in and out of town, cheap insu...

Lack of Space, Unusual tyre size,

I bought this car, a 1.4 s in 2000, being of slightly younger years I was drawn to the car with its perky 1400 engine coupled with group 4 insurance with a spec of kit which includes white dials, alloys, fogs and sporty seats, sounds good doesnt it, and generally it is! Coming up towards the...

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Excellent

Reliable Nippy Compact

Small in the back, not a good rearview.

I bought this car 5 years ago, it was a good price and at the time of buying I was really impressed. It looks nice, although I think it's more suited to females, than males (unless you have the Clio Williams, then that is more masculine!) Features Central locking Dual airbags Engine Immobiliser...

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Super

Cheap insurance, handles well, good interior

No option over sunroof

I have now managed to rack up nealy 2000 miles in my latest Clio and must say I am mighty impressed with the overall performance. When in town it provides a comfortable and easy drive despite the stop start nature of traffic lights, it is such an easy car to park and manouver too. Hit the country...

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Excellent

Nippy handling, good looks, comfort and economy

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I purchased my Clio just over a month ago, and so far I'm very pleased with it. I do a lot of miles, as the college course I'm doing requires me to drive to different locations all over the country, and my previous car was a 306 turbodiesel. The 306 was reliable, quick and economical, so I...

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Good

“Decent little runabout”

published 03/04/2003

economical, flexible, attractive

older model has no power steering, bit lacking in ...

My Renault Clio Oasis was a faithful workhorse. It took me to work in Warrington, over country roads and hills on holiday in Scotland, and was dependable on the motorway, with enough acceleration to be safe. I'd previously had a truly dire Rover Metro, and the Clio was a pleasant relief. It did a...

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Excellent

“bye bye baby hello baby”

published 27/07/2000

nippy, convenient, reliable

lifestyle car

I have just had to say a sad farewell after many years to my little green clio, "madge". She did me proud nipping through London traffic, squeezing into spaces, and even taking a two and a half thusand mile trip driving round Sapin in her stride. she also regularly popped back from France with...

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Super

good drive, loads of features, good space for a sm...

not a lot, see review..

I have had this car (1.4 Si) since July 2008, It had done just under 48K when I bought it and was in virtually new condition. It needed a new Cat converter but I got that thrown in with the price. I had been looking for small cars after selling my '96 mondeo which was starting to fall to bits...

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Excellent

The Clio always "wins" the last space in the super...

Angry glares from other shoppers

I'd like to start with a few 'technical' specifications of the model i am reviewing: She is a Renault Clio 1.4 RT 1995 M-reg 3 door hatchback Manual gears Unleaded Petrol (but also seems to run quite well on 'thin air' for a while) Electric windows / sunroof Power steering Central locking Stereo...

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Excellent

Cheap to run and maintain. Cheap insurance.

Looks aren't sporty. A little cramped for rear pas...

My T reg RT model was fantastic. In 4 years it never let me down. I spent very little money on maintenance. I got it serviced twice, replaced the power steering belt and the tyres. It passed every MOT with flying colours until the one 5 days before I was due to part exchange it. For people who...

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