Driving instructors looking for an affordable, stylish small car that learner drivers would be happy to be seen in need look no further than a New Renault Clio. With an offer especially for driving instructors, the recently refreshed supermini is available from £46 per week with a £1,200 initial payment until 30th September.
The offer includes free metallic paint and dual controls, providing instructors with peace-of-mind when teaching the rules of the road.
Perfect for the new driving test rules coming into effect in December, every New Clio has access to satellite navigation thanks to the addition of R&GO – a simple yet ingenious system that instantly connects the vehicle with its user’s smartphone. With their smartphone placed in the universal cradle, and thanks to a special application, users can easily and intuitively use the car’s satellite navigation.
The New Clio is more stylish than ever thanks to a refreshed exterior and interior, including a C-shaped lighting signature and more muscular bumper to the front. LED headlights, BOSE sound system and Hands-Free Parking are also available.
New Clio provides one of the most comprehensive powertrain line-ups on the market, now available with a choice of five engines with manual and automatic transmissions. With five trim levels to choose from providing a high standard of specification from entry rising to the luxurious and high-tech at the top of the range, there really is a Clio to suit every driver.
The New Renault Clio is priced from £12,445 on-the-road and offers fuel economy of up to 88.3mpg (NEDC) and CO2 emissions as low as 82g/km.
As with all new Renault models, New Clio is covered by Renault4+ – a four-year warranty that offers unlimited-mileage cover in the first two years and then two further years of protection up to 100,000 miles. Renault 4+ also includes four years of Renault Assistance, comprising of 24 hours a day, 365 days a year assistance on the roadside and from home, national recovery and onward travel. European cover is also included for the first three years.