Download Free Renault Clio Privilege 1.6 litre manual.pdf The Renault Clio range of small hatchbacks has enjoyed much success in Europe since the original model was released in 1990. Twelve years and many updates later, the current Clio line-up is now available in Australia in either three or five door hatchback variants and with a choice of three specification levels.

The entry level Renault Clio is a five door hatchback called Expression. This variant is powered by a 1.4 litre 16 valve engine and there is a choice of a five speed manual transmission. The Clio Privilege is the next model in line and is also a five door hatchback. The Privilege features a larger capacity 1.6 litre 16 valve engine mated to a five speed manual gearbox. However, buyers who opt for an automatic transmission must make do with the 1.4 litre engine from the Expression. Topping out the Clio range is a three door hatchback that is equipped with a potent 2.0 litre 16 valve engine. Known as the Clio Renault Sport, this model is available only with a five speed manual transmission.

Pricing for Renault’s Clio range remains competitive and starts from just $19,990 for a manual Clio Expression. The manual Clio Privilege evaluated for this report retails for $23,990 and the Renault Sport is the most expensive model in the range, priced at $32,990. The above prices do not include dealer charges and on-road costs. The Renault Clio is a modern and smartly styled hatchback that reflects its European heritage. The front of the Clio is distinguished by quite large headlights, and a distinctive Renault diamond badge is centrally located in a Renault family grille. Overall, the Clio is pleasantly styled and our test vehicle exhibited an acceptable level of finish that is on par with most other vehicles in the small car class.