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Renault Clio 200 Renaultsport Reviews
Autocar80
Parkers80
The Telegraph80
AA70
Carbuyer70
Car Keys70
Top Gear70
Auto Express60
Total Aggregate Score
73
4
4 / 5
Autocar
Review Summary
A manual gearbox and more feelsome steering would improve the Clio considerably.
4
4 / 5
Parkers
Review Summary
The Renault Clio Renaultsport has no manual gearbox option. This may put off some dyed-in-the-wool enthusiasts. This version is more comfortable as a daily driver, however in doing this the Clio Renaultsport has lost its raw appeal.
4
4 / 5
The Telegraph
Review Summary
As a first step into a brave new world of combining an involving chassis with flappy paddles, turbocharging and smartphone connectivity, the Clio Turbo is pretty good.
7
7 / 10
AA
Review Summary
The latest Clio Renaultsport is a hugely capable car with a broad spectrum of talents. Its technology is clever, it offers respectable value against the competition and it still offers reasons to like it from behind the wheel.
3.5
3.5 / 5
Carbuyer
Review Summary
The Renaultsport Clio RS has toned down and grown up, so will appeal to more buyers but fans of previous models may be disappointed.
3.5
3.5 / 5
Car Keys
Review Summary
It remains a good car that certainly has broader appeal, and is stylish too. It also comes well-equipped as standard and it’s more practical than its main challengers. But when you consider the strength of its rivals, along with the Clio’s own faults, there’s work to be done before it can claim the top title.
7
7 / 10
Top Gear
Review Summary
Softer and a little disappointing: the new RS isn’t what it was. Still fun, but we hoped for more…
3
3 / 5
Auto Express
Review Summary
Renault has taken its latest Renault Clio RS hot hatch in a different direction, with a turbocharged engine and five-door body.
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