Renault Clio

Date:21 May 2012 Tags:, ,

WIRED
For 2012, the Clio is all about getting connected. To tune in to today’s trendy urban lifestyle, Renault has revved up the model range and included features such as a standard Parrot Bluetooth system on the new entry-level 1.6 Yahoo! (we kid you not). Higher up, the top-end 1.6 Avantage model gets integrated Bluetooth and TomTom LIVE integrated satnav. The Yahoo! also gets an MP3-compatible radio/CD player with AUX in. In case the more mature among you are feeling a little technologically challenged by all of this geekspeak, on a more practical rands-and-cents note, the Clio’s service plan has
been stretched to four years and 60 000 km. And, of course, the standard engine is the 83 kW 1,6 with 5-speed manual (a 4-speed auto is optional on the Avantage).

Prices: from R159 900.

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