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  • Renault Clio Hatchback
    3.7 out of 5 - 85 Ratings
    Apost Left The Renault Clio is a long-established institution in the supermini class. Remember Nicole and Papa? Today's version has sharp styling inside/out so it looks bang-up-to-date. The handling is pleasing too. 1.2-litre 75bhp models best suit those who like the slow lane but 90bhp diesel/petrol versions feel far more lively. There is a Renaultsport trim too (180bhp). The range is also well equipped for the price and has a bigger than average cargo capacity. Apost Right
  • Renault Megane Hatchback
    3.8 out of 5 - 96 Ratings
    Apost Left The Renault Megane is a medium-size car that comes in numerous shapes and sizes. These include the five-door hatchback that suits families, the estate for load-luggers, the coupé for fashion lovers and the coupé-cabriolet for sun worshippers. All models have pleasing looks and class-competitive – but not necessarily class-leading – handling. There is also a wide range of engines that tend to favour fuel consumption and low carbon emissions more than speed. Most versions have a respectable equipment specification too. Apost Right
  • Renault Megane Coupe
    3.8 out of 5 - 96 Ratings
  • Renault Scenic Mpv
    3.7 out of 5 - 37 Ratings
    Apost Left The Renault Scenic can be praised for starting the compact people carrier craze in the mid-nineties. Many manufacturers have since been influenced by this concept. The latest incarnation can comfortably seat five people and has a spacious boot. Folding the rear seats flat – which is straightforward – increases cargo capacity far beyond that of most estates. The handling, performance, and equipment levels are satisfying too. This car is complemented by the Grand Scenic that has two more seats for bigger families. Renault has also launched the five-seater XMOD version that looks more muscular and fashionable. Apost Right
  • Renault Twingo Hatchback
    3.8 out of 5 - 2 Ratings
    Apost Left The Renault Twingo city car is only available new in two forms – but these are strikingly different. The 1.2-litre 75bhp version hits 62mph in 12.3 seconds and averages 55.4mpg. These figures are reasonable for the class. It also has competent handling, a fairly spacious cabin, class-competitive boot and a few nice toys such as standard-fit alloys/cruise control. The Renaultsport version, in contrast, has a 1.6-litre 133bhp engine so it hits 62mph in 8.7 seconds. This sport model also has sharper handling than its sibling. Perfect for boy racers. Apost Right
  • Renault Clio Estate
    3.7 out of 5 - 85 Ratings
  • Renault Laguna Hatchback
    3.9 out of 5 - 45 Ratings
  • Renault Kangoo Mpv
    4.1 out of 5 - 3 Ratings
  • Renault Laguna Coupe
    3.9 out of 5 - 45 Ratings
  • Renault Espace Mpv
    3.8 out of 5 - 7 Ratings
  • Renault Grand Modus Mpv
    2.8 out of 5 - 1 Rating
  • Renault Master Mpv
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