In June 2017, our titanium-grey test vehicle from the facelift series presented in 2016 cost a whopping 20,050 euros, according to the Schwacke database. Now the car dealership in Bockel near Bremen is asking for 10,480 euros. What can we expect for the halved course? Extras such as heated front seats, automatic air conditioning, three-spoke leather steering wheel and a touch-controlled infotainment system as well as a chic key access card instead of a conventional key, for example.
Renault Clio used: pretty worn out after 92,419 kilometers
66 kW (90 hp) at 4000 rpm
Five speed manual/front wheel
The cockpit landscape is boldly designed, but annoying with sloppy workmanship and crackling noises on uneven roads. And a center console that yields several centimeters at the touch of a thumb shows a very flexible understanding of quality.
The response behavior of the infotainment system is unbelievably sluggish: instead of wanting to use the navigation system, we experience frustration due to long reaction times and unexpected restarts. Better, but ambiguous is the driving impression.
Choosing the right motor is not easy
Road tax (Euro 6)
Front left fender, painted
brake discs and pads