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Renault’s latest Clio is a lot of fun

The latest Clio doesn‘t feel like a brand-new model, but it is – and it’s generously specified, too

12th January, 2020
The new fifth-generation Renault Clio has arrived under the radar

What a cracking little car the new Renault Clio is. If I sound surprised by that, it’s because the fifth-generation Clio arrived under the radar. Its styling is gently evolved from its predecessor for a start, so it doesn’t strike you as a brand-new model, but it is.

Our test car was powered by the TCe 100 petrol engine, which means a 1.0-litre unit with just three cylinders. It’s turbocharged, however,...

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