2014 Renault Clio IV 0.9 TCe
A good family car, but not the best for frequent travellers
The analogue dial for the gas level doesn't show the correct value, but the digital computer shows the right value.
The car's interior and exterior are stunning - everyone who has driven with me has been impressed with it. The media player is also a great thing, however it's a pity that the default version doesn't allow you to play videos.
The trunk has enough space for someone that doesn't travel, however for groups of travellers it's not that spacious - when we went camping, there was absolutely no space left in the trunk.
The glass roof is very nice to look through and makes the car look much bigger from the back seats.
I really enjoy driving the car: the wheel is very easy to turn, the pedals easy to press, and the gearbox causes no issues when changing gears. The instrument panel is very clear once you get used to it (some symbols were not obvious to me at the start). The sound of the turn signal is not too quiet and also not too loud, and doesn't annoy me if it stays on for the duration of a red light.
The gas consumption is higher than the advertised value (advertised is around 4.5 l/100 km, the actual value is around 7 l/100 km).
The A/C in the centre of the car doesn't allow you to completely choose where you want the air to be blown, and usually it blows directly into the eyes, which annoys me.
When the back seats are put down, they're not on the same level as the trunk area.
The glass roof ends in the middle of the car - it ends before it reaches the back seats.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th June, 2015