2019 Renault Clio
The 2019 Renault Clio is a supermini car manufactured by French carmaker Renault. Renault Clio was launched in 1990 and was in its fourth generation in 2012. The Renault Clio 2019 has had significant critical and commercial success, and has been one of the top sellers in Europe since launch, and is largely credited with restoring Renault’s reputation and stature to a difficult second half of the 1980s. The Renault Clio is one of only two cars, the other one of the Volkswagen Golf, which was named twice the European car of the year in 1991 and 2006.
The fifth-generation Clio was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019. Engines: The car is available from the start with many choices of engines and gearboxes. The new modular CMF-B platform also helps improve the efficiency of the new Clio, which offers the option of a hybrid drive for the first time. Available from 2020, the E-Tech hybrid powertrain combines a new generation 1.6-liter petrol engine with two electric motors, a multi-engine gearbox, and a 1.2 kWh battery. No exact specifications of the Clio E-Tech have been announced, but the hybrid setup is said to be the maximum efficiency in use with class-leading responsiveness, limited energy wastage, and rapid battery charging during the slowdown.
The Clio IV was launched at the Paris Motor Show from September to October 2012 and began marketing a month later. It is available in hatchback body style and also starts as an estate from the beginning of 2013. It is manufactured in Flins, France and in Bursa, Turkey, where the estate will be specially composed. The 2019 Clio IV is only available with five doors, with ‘hidden’ rear door handles near the windows. Another notable difference from the previous generation is the wheelbase which has been significantly expanded and is now close to one of a compact car. The length and width were also increased, but less noticeable. The RS version was launched in Mexico in 2014 and is the only French product in the Mexican series Renault.
2019 Renault Clio Features
The Clio IV includes new equipment such as hands-free, rear camera connection with more than 50 applications (Renault R-Link 7-inch infotainment system, powered by Android & TomTom) and a six-speed dual-clutch transmission that will be available from 2013 be.
2019 Renault Clio Engines
The range of petrol engines consists of three options: a 1.2-liter 16-valve straight-4 engine, with a maximum output of 75 hp (56 kW), a turbocharged 0.9-liter engine. valve straight 3 engine, developing 90 hp (67 kW), which can have a CO2 emission level of 99 g / km and a 1.2-liter turbocharged engine producing 120 hp (89 kW). A turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine capable of delivering 197 hp (147 kW) will be featured on the Renault Sport version. The diesel range has two versions of the 1.5 dCi straight-4 engine, one of 75 hp (56 kW) and one of 90 hp (67 kW), which can have a CO2 emission level of 83 g / km. The conventional engine range includes new turbocharged petrol engines and two 1.5-liter types of diesel with output from 65 PS (64 hp) to 130 PS (128 hp). In total, customers can choose from nine engines/gearbox combinations.
2019 Renault Clio Sedan
Renault introduced the saloon version of the Clio II, named Clio Symbol in Turkey and Eastern Europe, Thalia in Central Europe, Clio Classic in Asia and North Africa, Clio Sedan in Brazil and Paraguay of Symbol in the rest of South America. The car is intended for sale in developing countries, where traditions have traditionally been preferred over hatchbacks, especially in Eastern Europe, where Thalia was cheaper than the Clio but still about 30% more expensive than the Dacia Logan, also sold by Renault as a Low-Cost Model. In some Latin American markets, the sedan was offered as the Nissan Platinum, with minor modifications to the front of the car to make it look like the Nissan Altima. The sedan version of the Clio was hit in 2002, with a new exterior, similar to the facial holy Clio, better equipment and safety levels.