- 1 Do Renault Clio hold their value?
- 2 How reliable is a Clio?
- 3 Is Renault Clio economical?
- 4 What goes wrong with Renault Clio?
- 5 What used cars NOT to buy?
- 6 Why is Renault so cheap?
- 7 Which Renault car is best?
- 8 What is the best Renault to buy?
- 9 Is a Renault Clio a good car to buy?
- 10 Is Renault Clio a woman’s car?
- 11 What is the most reliable small car?
- 12 How do I check the mileage on my Renault Clio?
Do Renault Clio hold their value?
There’s no two ways about it – the Clio doesn’t hold its value very well on the used market. This is partly due to Renault’s lingering reputation for making somewhat fragile and unreliable cars and partly due to the fact that the Clio isn’t considered as prestigious or desirable as a Volkswagen Polo.
How reliable is a Clio?
The Clio appears to be pretty reliable, and it’s one of the safest superminis on sale. The latest Clio is the safest yet – it achieved a full five stars when tested by industry body Euro NCAP, with impressive adult, child and assistance ratings of 96%, 89% and 75% respectively.
Is Renault Clio economical?
Clio has great economy, low emissions and cheap insurance; high depreciation is the only real fly in the ointment. As well as good looks, the Clio also boasts low running costs. All engines are fitted with stop/start technology as standard and economy is decent across the board.
What goes wrong with Renault Clio?
The Clio has been recalled twice over possible issues with how protectors on the brake hoses were fitted. In the worse case scenario this could result in wear to the hoses that causes fluid to leak, ultimately reducing braking performance (you’ll also see a warning light on the dash).
What used cars NOT to buy?
30 Used Cars Consumer Reports Gave the ‘Never Buy’ Label
- Chrysler Town & Country. Chrysler’s new minivan will hopefully rate better than Town & Country.
- BMW X5. 2012 BMW X5 | BMW.
- Ford Fiesta. Compact cars by Ford had a bad run between 2011 and 2014 | Ford.
- Ram 1500.
- Volkswagen Jetta.
- Cadillac Escalade.
- Audi Q7.
- Fiat 500.
Why is Renault so cheap?
Because Renault are popular and also quite common cars, it means that their parts are more common and therefore take less time to source. They are also more affordable and therefore this keeps the repair costs low.
Which Renault car is best?
Best Mileage Cars
- 1. Renault Kwid. 4.07 – 5.51 Lakh | 25 kmpl. Ex-Showroom Price. Renault Kwid RXE 0.8.
- 2. Renault Kiger. 5.64 – 10.09 Lakh | 20 kmpl. Ex-Showroom Price. Renault Kiger RXE MT.
- 3. Renault Triber. 5.49 – 7.95 Lakh | 19 kmpl. Ex-Showroom Price.
- 4. Renault Duster. 9.84 – 14.25 Lakh | 17 kmpl. Ex-Showroom Price.
What is the best Renault to buy?
Renault’s best-selling cars are the Clio and Megane small and medium hatchbacks, family SUVs such as the Captur and Kadjar, as well as the Scenic MPV. Renault has been a real pioneer of electric vehicles, too.
Is a Renault Clio a good car to buy?
The latest Renault Clio is the best yet, sitting right at the top of its class alongside the ever-popular Ford Fiesta. The Clio is a high-quality item despite its competitive pricing and feels a near-perfect combination of practicality, standard equipment and stylish showroom appeal.
Is Renault Clio a woman’s car?
4. Renault Megane – 45 out of 1,000 matches. Weirdly the Megane has the opposite effect that its baby brother, the Clio, does on women. Yet more proof that size doesn’t matter.
What is the most reliable small car?
Most reliable small cars to buy 2020
- Volvo XC40 – 98.00% Model: Mk1 (2018-present)
- Toyota Yaris – 96.07% Model: Mk4 (2011-2019)
- SEAT Arona – 95.88% Model: Mk1 (2017-present)
- Kia Picanto – 94.90% Model: Mk3 (2017-present)
- Hyundai Kona – 94.75% Model: Mk1 (2018-present)
- Lexus UX – 94.73%
- Kia Rio – 94.47%
- Kia Niro – 94.45%
How do I check the mileage on my Renault Clio?
Mileage before service With the ignition switched on, and the engine not running and the selected display is “Mileage before service”, press one of buttons 2 or 3 for about 5 seconds to display the mileage before service (distance or time to the next service).