Renault Clio Leasing
Top 3 Features
Petrol and hybrid power options.
Loads of safety equipment across the range.
Why Lease A Renault Clio?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The Clio isn’t the most spacious car of this size, but it’s not cramped either. Taller adults will lack headroom in the back but otherwise it’ll house 4 adults, and 5 at a squeeze. For extra space, look at Volkswagen’s Polo, the SEAT Ibiza or Honda Jazz.
The boot, however, is massive, offering 391 litres of space. On top of that, it’s well thought-out, with a movable floor that lets you flatten the step between it and the bottom of the boot opening. This is very useful when hauling in larger, heavier items. The E-Tech Hybrid’s boot isn’t quite as big – its capacity drops to 301 litres because of the space needed for batteries. If you need extra space, you can fold the rear seats in a 60/40 split.
Up front there are big door pockets and a generous glovebox, as well as a handy storage area in front of the gearstick. Higher-spec models get a space under the centre armrest, too.
The E-Tech Hybrid model promises a fuel economy of up to 64.2mpg, which is a jump up from the 54.3mpg promised by the TCe 90 petrol model. The lower-powered SCe 65 model only claims 53.3mpg, which is another reason to avoid it. It’s worth noting that the Hybrid model will likely have higher leasing costs than the petrol Clios, so make sure you crunch the numbers to decide which will be best for you.
Colours & InteriorsThe Clio is available in 7 stylish colours with various interior choices for those who like to customise, check out our Clio colour guide for details.
The Renault Clio Vs Competitors
Yes. It’s not the outright best in many particular areas, but it’s a very solid all-rounder with a particular talent for boot space and style.
If you opt for the E-Tech Hybrid model, you could get up to 64.2mpg, but even the regular TCe petrol engine should manage well in excess of 50mpg. That’s pretty good for this type of car.
Insurance premiums will vary depending on your circumstances. The Clio’s insurance groups range between 3 and 16 (of 50), which means the entry-level models in particular will be very affordable.
The latest Clio is made in Bursa, Turkey.
Yes, it’s an excellent first car, particularly if you go for one of the entry-level models. They’re easy to drive, full of safety gear in case anything goes wrong, and very affordable to insure.
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