The more practical variant of the new Renault Clio is now available for order in its homeland France, with sales commencing on March 14th. As you would expect, the engine lineup is the same one available for the regular Clio, which means you are able to order the Estate variant with one of the four engines: two gasoline units and two diesels.
The entry-level variant comes with a 16v 1.2-liter engine pumping out a modest 75 HP. You can get this engine in the Authentique trim where it costs 14,300 euros or in the Expression model which begins at 16,300 euros.
The next engine available is the 3-cylinder, 0.9-liter TCe turbo with 90 HP available in Expression for 17,500 and in the Dynamique for 18,600 euros. Both diesels have a 1.5-liter displacement and they produce 75 HP and 90 HP, respectively. The price difference between the two stands at 1,000 euros.
The priciest 2013 Renault Clio Estate available would have to be the dCi 90 Dynamique which will set you back 20,500 euros. For this money you’ll be getting a navigation system, leather steering wheel, 16-inch alloy wheels and automatic climate control.
Regardless of the chosen variant, trim and paint will cost you additional money. The red paint in this photo is an extra 570 euros.
Source: Renault via AutoEvolution