Although the new generation Renault Clio has already enjoyed a good response from the general public, the French manufacturer has decided to keep on the market and the old generation as Renault Collection. The Renault Collection will only be available with two engines, one petrol and one diesel.
The model will continue to be offered in three and five-door version, but only in two trim levels: Alize and Business. The first one offers standard ABS and EBD, front and side airbags, folding rear seats, electric front windows, central locking and adjustable steering wheel, radio CD with MP3 and iPod connection. Business equipment brings Carminat Tom Tom navigation, radio CD with Bluetooth and USB, cruise control, fog lights, power mirrors and height adjustable driver seat.
Renault Collection will be available with two engines. Those who prefer gasoline can choose the 1.2-liter 16-valve engine with 75-horsepower and those who prefer diesel can opt for the 1.5-liter dCi and 75 hp.
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