With Renault providing debuts to seven new vehicles at the Geneva Motor Show, Renault Clio drivers could check out the latest offering in the range.
At the show Renault is to unveil the latest Hatch and Sport Tourer versions of the Clio fleet, which offer buyers the complete package.
The excellent build quality of the Clio helps it to be one of the most reliable vehicles in its class, while the vehicle also ranks highly in terms of styling, comfort, versatility, equipment and safety credentials.
In terms of safety, the Clio features a range of driver aids alongside an efficient suspension, which helps to provide drivers with a comfortable and reassuring ride.
Among the safety features are ABS with electronic brakeforce distribution, emergency brake assist, ESP and traction control.
Meanwhile, the 2005 edition of the Clio received a five-star rating in crash testing carried out by Euro NCAP and the 2009 offering is built on the same platform.
A review of the Clio by Jason Dawe in the Times last year highlighted that rear visibility in the vehicle was good, while "all models are light and easy to drive around town".