The new Renault Clio can be seen in a TV commercial with good sound. This model was also presented in the current edition of the weekly MOTOR, but the announcement of this presentation was placed – quite traditionally in the case of French cars – at the bottom of the title page, therefore in most of the sales media it’s easy. it is impossible to see a picture of this car.
MOTOR nr 40 (3667) z 02.X.2023
Publisher: Bauer Sp. z o. o. Sp. k.
Pages: 48 (with cover)
Price: PLN 4.49
Cost of 1 page: around 9.4 bad
Is it worth buying? You can
What brands do they write about: Citroën, Peugeot, Renault, Dacia, Opel
What examples are described / shown / mentioned: 2CV, 206, 208, e-5008, 5 EV, Clio, R4, Scenic, Bigster, Duster, Sandero, Antara, Corsa
On page 6, MOTOR briefly informs that Nissan announced that from 2030 it will offer only electric models in Europe. In the small picture showing this note you can see an example of Ariya.
On the same page you can also see brief information about the 75th anniversary of the Citroën 2CV.
The next page (7) brings a slightly larger article about Jeep Wrangler upgrades. The latest version of the car is now entering the markets of the Old Continent.
On page 8 you will find the section Future releaseswhich named Lancia Ypsilon, Renault 5 EV, Alfa Romeo Giulia, Maserati GranCabrio, Alfa Romeo electric city SUV, Dacia Bigster, Dacia Duster, Nissan Juke, Peugeot e-5008 and Renault 4.
Page 9 presents a table with the results of sales (number of registrations) of new cars in Europe in the first eight months of this year. Dacia Sandero is in second place, Peugeot 208 in fourth place, Opel Corsa in fifth place, Renault Clio in sixth place, and Dacia Duster finishing in tenth place.
Pages 10-11 are devoted to articles from the series The first trip. This time, Editor Sobolewski drove a Fiat 600. The car is based on the same Stellantis platform that the Jeep Avenger is built on. The text also mentioned the Fiat 500, and the novel described was rated 4.5 stars on a five-star scale.
Dedicated material advertised on the cover Renault Clio after facelift MOTOR installed on page 14-16. Unfortunately, due to many vacation plans during the invitation to the premiere, I was not able to participate in this event, but after a while the refreshed Clio will definitely come to our editorial office for a longer test.
MOTOR writes that the car has not only got a new look, especially from the front, but also a new interior with a liquid crystal glass in front of the driver instead of the classic hand clock. The width is also very impressive for this segment. Naturally, you can still order this car with a factory installation of LPG, which will significantly reduce operating costs.
Clio always drives well, responds willingly to the driver’s commands, and at the same time provides a lot of comfort. Sometimes, there’s just a little loud noise coming from the undercarriage when you hit a particularly big pothole. The look remained attractive and refreshing. The equipment is at least adequate, the car has many safety systems and yet the price is well calculated.
The rivals include: Dacia Sandero.
On page 33, MOTOR analyzed how the prices of ten models have changed over the past 20 years, including Fiat (Seicento and today’s 500, Punto II and Tipo II, Panda II and Panda III), Opel (Corsa), and Peugeot ( 206 and 208 ).
In part Used a dozen “special SUVs” are shown on pages 34-37. These include Jeep Compass I, Mitsubishi Outlander II, Opel Antara and Renault Scenic RX4.
And that’s all MOTOR wrote about the cars we’re interested in in the current issue. You can buy this version.
Krzysztof Gregorczyk; drawings: MOTOR