• Renault Clio

Renault Clio – model of a passenger car produced by the French company Renault since 1990. Currently produced is the fourth generation of the vehicle. The name derives from the Clio – the name of the muse of history in Greek mythology.

Renault Clio I – was introduced in 1990 as the successor of the popular Renault 5 vehicle model has gained wide acceptance in the eyes of journalists who awarded him the title of "Car of the Year 1991".. In the initial phase of production, the car was offered with petrol engines with capacities 1.1 l (marking C1E), 1.2 l (E5F, E7F) and 1.4 l (E6J, E7J) and diesel engine capacity of 1.9 liters (F8Q). In time, range of power units complemented engines 1.8 liter (F3P), and used in the four-unit versions of sporting 1.8 16V (F7P Clio 16V) and 2.0 16V (F7R the limited edition Clio Williams). In March 1994, the Renault Clio has undergone modernization, as a result of which appeared in the model codenamed "phase 2" (second phase). Changes included the external parts of the body design (including grille, side moldings, rear fog lamps, exterior mirrors), and minor interior cosmetics (new upholstery patterns, switches, etc.). Also expanded facilities in the field of passive safety (eg using pyrotechnic belt tensioners). The offer was gone obsolete 1.1 liter engine in 1996 was made last modernization Clio, which led to a model of "phase 3" (third phase). The changes were seen primarily in the front of the vehicle. There are new, larger headlights, grille integrated into the bumper, and other details as the third stop on the tailgate. Strengthened chassis parts and body which resulted in a significant improving safety. The engine range was complemented with a new design gas station with a capacity of 1149 cm ³ (D7F). In this version of the Clio and was produced until 1998. Renault Clio first generation was produced in 4 million copies.




body styles

1.1 8v

1.2 8v

1.2 8v

1.2 8v

E7F 708

E7F 750

1.2 8v

1.4 8v

E6J 713

E6J 718

E6J 760

1.4 8v

E7J 711

E7J 718

E7J 719

E7J 754

E7J 757

1.7 8v

1.8 16v

1.8 8v

F3P 714

FSP 755

2.0 16v

1.9 8v


F8Q 732

F8Q 692 F8Q 696

Renault Clio II – was presented in the spring of 1998. Designed from the ground up car stood a modern style, but clearly referring to the predecessor. The engine range consisted of 1.2 L modernized units (D7F) and 1.4 l (E7J) known from the previous generation Clio, and 1.6 l (K7M) and 1.6 16V (K4M) previously used in a larger model of Renault Mégane. There were also diesel engines – naturally aspirated and turbocharged – with a capacity of 1.9 liters In 2000 appeared the unit 1.4 16V (K4J), and a year later, 1.2 16V (D4F), which replaced oÅ›miozaworowy engine 1.4 l (E7J). Also in 2000 appeared sports version of the Clio II, named Sport. Was driven by an engine capacity of 2.0 liters (F4R) and power 169hp. Clio allowed to disperse up to 100km/h in 7.3 seconds and reach a speed of 220km/h In 2001, he appeared in the sale of the four-door version of the sedan body type, called depending on market Renault Clio Symbol, Renault Clio Sedan and Renault Thalia. In the same year Clio II passed thorough modernization, resulting in the establishment model "phase 2". Externally differed completely new front wall of the body, taillights, rear bumper, side rails, and other details. From the new designed the interior of the vehicle, and made changes to the suspension and the equipment responsible for the safety of passive. Since that time, Renault is also gone from the system marks the equipment level (RL, RN, RT, etc.) for new terms derived from French (Authentique, Expression, Dynamique, etc.). A new turbo-diesel are the engines common rail 1.5 liter (K9K) and powers 65, 82 or 100hp. They were used in the models dCi. Another modernization Clio took place in autumn 2003, when he appeared in the model "Phase 3". The scope of the changes, however, was small and limited mainly to the cosmetics improving somewhat the appearance of a car (including Delicate remodeling of the front bumper or "kidney" grille.). In this form the car lasted until 2005, when he presented his successor – Clio III. However, this did not result in the termination of production Clio II. In the modernized form ("phase 4") continues to be offered in some markets (including Poland) under the name of Clio Storia. In the Western markets the model is sold under the name Clio Campus. To modernize the outdated silhouette Renault has changed slightly look version Storia/Campus. Was changed back, front, and components. Successor model Thalia was presented in 2008 on the basis of model II and not third generation. There is so similar to the Clio.

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For version 1.2 60 LPG are given in square brackets achieve… g when the engine is fueled with LPG.

Renault Clio III – was presented at the IAA in Frankfurt in 2005. The car initially performed as a 3 – and 5-door hatchback, but later joined the station wagon variant – Estate. The car is a very wide range of petrol engines which power ranges from 65 to 197hp. Clio also occurs with diesel engines – 1.5 dCi with power 68 and 86hp.

In a plebiscite on the European Car of the Year 2006 model took first position, it was the first time that the same model again won first place. In 2009, the car undergoes facelift (Phase II). Changed the style of the vehicle.

Renault Clio IV produced from 2012 was designed by Laurens van der Acker, who described the new style in three words: simple, warm and sensual. Available as a 5-door hatchback and 5-door station wagon Estate.

In 2014, the offer has hit version of the Renault Clio RS Gordini, which gets reinforced-cylinder 1.6-liter turbo with 230hp and 285 Nm of torque. Compared to a conventional RS Clio, power increased by 30 KM, and the torque of 51 Nm. Option Gordini also lost 25kg – the final weight will land at approximately 1,175kg. Acceleration from 0 to 100km/h takes 5.9 seconds, while top speed should drive home to 250km/h.