- 1 Are Renault Clios 2018 reliable?
- 2 What type of car is a Renault Clio?
- 3 Is Renault Clio 2017 a good car?
- 4 Is Renault expensive to maintain?
- 5 What goes wrong with Renault Clio?
- 6 Is Renault Clio a woman’s car?
- 7 Is a Renault Clio a good first car?
- 8 Is Renault a reliable car?
- 9 Is the Renault Clio a good buy?
- 10 Is Renault Clio fuel efficient?
- 11 How often should you change the timing belt on a Renault Clio?
- 12 What is the top of the range Renault Clio?
Are Renault Clios 2018 reliable?
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.
What type of car is a Renault Clio?
The Renault Clio is a supermini car (B-segment), produced by French automobile manufacturer Renault. It was launched in 1990, and entered its fifth generation in 2019.
Is Renault Clio 2017 a good car?
The Clio is a pleasant, easygoing car to drive, with stable and engaging handling, a nice ride and a decent range of engines. Steering is a bit artificial but handling is otherwise eager and even the regular cars are fun to chuck about. The disappointment of the range remains the Renault Sport 200 Turbo model.
Is Renault expensive to maintain?
Ranked from cheapest to most expensive, and using data from the 2017 Kinsey Report, here’s a summary of the running costs of Renault’s model range. With very simple mechanical bits, sparse standard specification, and reasonably affordable service- and repair parts, the Kwid should prove to be quite cheap to maintain.
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).
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.
Is a Renault Clio a good first car?
Renault Clio Taking home the Parkers Award for ‘Best First Car’ means the Clio gets top billing on this list – simply put, we think it’s the best small car you can buy at the moment. The Clio’s success story begins with its good looks. That carries over to the inside, where all Clios get an up-to-date dash design.
Is Renault a reliable car?
How reliable are Renault? Renault are pretty dependable. In the Telegraph reliability survey of 2017 they placed Renault 14th out of 20 for dependability. It was reported that there were 116 problems per 100 vehicles, which is above the industry average.
Is the Renault Clio a good 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 fuel efficient?
With a claimed economy figure of 64.2mpg, the E-Tech hybrid is the most frugal Clio on paper, although its True MPG test result of 51.6mpg is a little disappointing (for reference, the Toyota Yaris returned nearly 60mpg).
How often should you change the timing belt on a Renault Clio?
Renault recommends a belt change every 100,000km for all models up to 1999, and every 120,000km for all later models, or for low mileages.
What is the top of the range Renault Clio?
Topping the petrol range is Renault’s TCe 130 unit. It’s a turbocharged 1.3-litre four-cylinder engine, with 124bhp and 240Nm of torque – enough, says Renault for a 0–62mph time of nine seconds flat. It’s also only available with a seven-speed automatic gearbox and offers fuel economy figures of up to 49.6mpg.