Renault Clio

This new five-door Renault Clio was the car that I drove for a longer period of time since I’m doing car reviews, for the simplest fact that it’s very economical!

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It has a simple and minimalist interior, although the plastics aren’t and don’t look as cheap as the other Renaults I drove before.

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The large touchscreen display is great, especially when you’re using the GPS to get somewhere. Although, every time you want to turn off the GPS, before you arrive to the destination, it’s a tough job! Let’s say the turn off button isn’t very “findable”.

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On the back seats of this Clio you can find enough room for two adults, maybe even three if they’re good friends.

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The boot is bigger than the old Clio which is perfect for everyone if I may say!

But where the heck do I put my CDs? There’s no such a thing as a CD player! I agree that we’re on this new technological era or whatever and that’s the reason I bring an iPOD with me for the long rides, but I think it’s too early to sell my CDs on Ebay.

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