Aligning itself with the rest of the Renault range, a new Signature Nav model has been added at the very top of the Clio line-up.
Sitting above the Dynamique S Nav, the Signature specification adds black part-leather upholstery with heated front seats and height-adjustable passenger seat together with hands-free parking, rear parking camera, 360-degree parking sensors and Renault’s R-Link Multimedia system with 7-inch touchscreen with TomTom LIVE navigation.
The Clio Signature Nav costs £1,450 more than the Dynamique S Nav but represents good value as it comes with £2,250 of additional equipment.
Buyers have a choice of two diesels or two petrol engines and with either the EDC (efficient dual clutch) automatic or manual transmission.
The current Clio was introduced in October 2016 and with the launch of this new top-of-the-range version, customers can now choose from a total of five trim levels, plus two Renault Sport models.
Available to order now, the Signature Nav model starts from £17,715 on-the-road, while the entry-level Clio starts from £11,915 and comes with a four-year warranty and Renault Assistance package as standard.