Renault has announced prices and an expected delivery date for the new Clio. Buyers will start receiving cars in October 2019, having paid from £14,295 for the privilege.
As standard, the 2020 Clio comes well equipped. All cars get full LED headlights, air conditioning, cruise control, DAB and advanced driver assistance systems.
For comparison, the fourth-generation Clio, which debuted in 2012, currently starts from £13,620.
Upgrading from Play to Iconic specification costs from £15,295. This adds keyless keycard access, rear parking sensors and LED fog lamps. On the inside, you get a leather steering wheel and seven-inch iteration of the Easy Link multimedia system with sat-nav, which features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Leapfrog to the top of the line-up and R.S. Line replaces GT Line. The latter is available at present from £16,370, but the new R.S. Line is £17,795 minimum. It gets a rear-view camera and front parking sensors as standard.
New to the Clio range is the S Edition, which sits below the R.S. Line. It takes a less sporty approach, but includes the Smart Cockpit 9.3-inch multimedia screen and 10-inch TFT instrument cluster. We don’t know yet how much S Edition cars will cost.
All together, Play, Iconic, S Edition and R.S. Line make up Renault’s ‘EasyLife’ model strategy.
2020 Renault Clio prices in full
|Spec/Engine/Gearbox||VED (tax) year one||Price OTR (£)|
|Play SCe 75||£170||£14,295|
|Play TCe 100||£130||£15,295|
|Play TCe 100 CVT||£150||£16,595|
|Play Blue dCi 85||£150||£17,295|
|Iconic SCe 75||£170||£15,295|
|Iconic TCe 100||£130||£16,295|
|Iconic TCe 100 CVT||£150||£17,595|
|Iconic Blue dCi 85||£150||£18,295|
|S Edition TCe 100||£130||TBC|
|S Edition TCe 100 CVT||£150||TBC|
|S Edition TCe 130 EDC||£170||TBC|
|S Edition Blue dCi 85||£150||TBC|
|R.S. Line TCe 100||£130||£17,795|
|R.S. Line TCe 100 CVT||£150||£19,095|
|R.S. Line TCe 130 EDC||£170||£20,295|
|R.S. Line Blue dCi 85||£130||£19,795|