Renault Updates the Standard Specifications for Clio and CapturRange
Renault has really big news for those wanting to buy a Clio or a Captur model. The company has just announced free of charge updates to the specifications of the Clio and Captur range. To go straight into the details, the DAB radio is now standard on those models fitted with either the MediaNav or R-Link infotainment systems. This basically means that except fort he entry level trims, all other levels will come with DAB as standard. DAB radio will allow passengers to access more than enough radio stations.
Furthermore, the MediaNav and R-Link also features valuable upgrades. Precisely, MediaNav gets Bluetooth streaming, TMC traffic information and SIRI "Eyes-Free" for compatible iPhones. On the other hand, the R-Link system gains clearer and more sensitive screen. This will allow users to control the device with multi-touch gestures like the ‘pinch to zoom'.
What is more, the Clio Expression+ trim has now a brand new name: Clio ‘Play'. At the same time the Dynamique S Nav gets two new features: leather steering wheel and grey upholstery.
There are a lot of options in the extra-equipment list of Clio and Captur, meaning that both can be still ordered with GT Line look pack for the Clio, coloured 16" and 17" alloy wheels and other additional goodies for the exterior and interior. Also available are accessory packs such as the carbon-fiber infused Styling Pack, the sporty Spoiler Pack, the Protection Pack with parking sensors and a Touring Pack with quick-release tow bar.
Renault Clio is currently offered in five trim levels with a range of two petrol and one diesel engines. Its starting price begins at £11,145. The best-selling Renault Captur has four trim levels and a range of two petrol and two diesel engines. The pricing starts at £14,295.