2014 Renault Clio Initiale Paris review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 23 September 2014 , 13:09:56 byAngela

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Renault Clio Initiale Paris

Renault is a company that wants to be recognized by its customers and the public at large in all regions and market segments as one of the world’s top automakers for the quality of its products and services. Moreover they have quite affordable prices and this is a determinant factor of their success.  A Renault Clio special edition is the latest project coming from the French manufacturer. It wears the luxurious Initiale Paris trim and has been released without too much publicity.


The Renault Clio supermini Initiale Paris is priced in France from €21,500. The Clio is equipped with sleeker LED daytime running lights which have been moved from the center grille into the headlights. It also has new fog lights and exhaust system, as well as new 17-inch wheels with ivory, gray or black frost finish.  The cabin features two-tone upholstery with "Initiale Paris" lettering on the seats and steering wheel. The only additional goodie available inside is a panoramic roof priced at €400 while the other remaining optional feature is the €120 spare wheel.


The Renault Clio supermini Initiale Paris is powered by a three-cylinder 0.9-liter TCe turbocharged engine generating 90 HP (66 kW) but the clients can choose a 1.2-liter TCe with 120 HP (88 kW) mated to the six-speed EDC gearbox priced from €23,600, too. On the diesel side there's only a 1.5-liter dCi developing 90 HP available with either a five-speed manual gearbox (from €23,800) or with an EDC (from €25,200). We’ll see the special edition more detailed in a couple of weeks at the Paris Motor Show.