The French based automaker Renault has recently announced the official starting price of the new Clio generation in Romania, which has been set at 10,200 euros.
Only two weeks after the new generation of the Renault Clio was officially presented to the public, the model is entering our news one more time, with the company announcing its launch in Romania, where the five-door hatchback can be bought starting from 10,200 euros, VAT included. According to the car manufacturer, for the money its future customers will get the Authentique trim, equipped with the 1.2 liter 16-valve engine, producing 75 horsepower.
The Authentique trim level is also offering front and side airbags for the driver and front passenger, ABS and EBD, card access, hill start assist, electric and heated mirrors, electrically assisted steering, cruise control, ISOFIX, folding rear seat and that’s about all. The cheapest version of the 2013 Clio diesel is the Authentique which is getting the 1.5 liter dCi unit with 75 HP, priced at 11,800 euros, VAT included. This has the same features as its petrol brother, but for an extra 800 euros, Renault will install climate control and MP3 Radio with Bluetooth.
The top of the line Dynamique Energy is getting the dCi 90 and it is the most expensive version of the new Clio until the RS and Gordini versions will hit the market, being priced at 14,500 euros, VAT included. The 2013 Renault Clio is already available for order in Romania but the company’s officials didn’t announce when the first units will be delivered.