Motorists looking for a vehicle that will offer them "French pzazz" in abundance may want to look in the direction of the Renault Clio, according to one reviewer.
Writing for the Stirling Observer, Peter Hayward has argued that although the general ride of used Renault Clios may be better, the latest vehicle has a different aim.
He suggested that the newest Clio has made more of an effort to appeal to those wanting a "supermini with style", although it is still one of the most comfortable small car options available to motorists.
Furthermore, Mr Hayward highlighted that many other perks can also be benefited from through owning a Clio, such as cheap insurance and a good fuel economy, alongside the fact the vehicle costs little to run.
For motorists opting for a Clio with a 1.4-litre engine, they will have the capability of accelerating from still to 62 miles per hour in 10.2 seconds, while being able to reach a top speed of 115 miles per hour.
The Renault Clio has also received a five-star safety rating from Euro NCAP.