It has been an immense pleasure for the French auto giant to unveil its new version of Renault Clio. To get along with the Indian mindset, they have tried to revamp it in a more exciting way. Renault executive, VP Phillippe Klein declared that the car would be targeted to the middle class and would be setting new benchmarks with its outstanding looks. It is a complete package of style, comfort, and versatility.
The engineers have been undertaking consistent research and experiments to upgrade and develop something more stylish and more functional. The un-inturrupted silhouette appears classy with those soft character lines, muscular wings and nicely crafted fenders.
The front fascia slides down in a dramatic way where it is embedded with chunky head lamps and dual grille. The extended wheelbase has provided the car with the ability to define the shoulders more prominently. The roof-line slides down towards the back where it melts down into the boot lid. With the increase in the wheelbase, the cabin gets more spacious and comfy inside. The trendy steering wheel offers more grip to the driver. The cabin is more inviting with huge seats, more headroom space and ample leg spread area. The air conditioner vents are big and are capable of instant cooling and maintaining the cabin room temperature.
The rear compartment is spacious enough, while the luggage room has huge space area to support your long journeys.
The new Renault Clio encapsulates a 1.2-liter, 16V engine with the dCi fuel supply system. This diesel mill is expected to generate 90-95bhp along with 125Nm of maximum torque.
The brand takes care of the safety attributes and carries an array of features for the safety and security of passengers. Ranging from airbags for crash support, cruise control, child lock and much more, the car has it all incorporated so as to take best care of its occupants.