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Update: Clio Renault Sport 200 Cup Review

Renault is on a mission to gain a strong foothold in Australia and one of the ways in which it’s doing this is be launching the Clio Renault Sport 200 Cup and Clio Renault Sport 200 Cup Trophée.

We won’t give too much away as we have a review of the car coming up in a few hours, but here are some technical highlights and pricing.

  • Independent steering axis front suspension with revised suspension and steering settings for both versions
  • 2.0 16V F4R RS Engine with 147.5kW and 215Nm at 5,400rpm with improved low-down torque, economy and emissions
  • Best power-to-weight ratio in its class (166hp per tonne)

The standard variant Clio Renault Sport 200 Cup comes with:

  • 17” Anthracite colour five spoke open design Renault Sport alloy wheels, red brake calipers
  • Climate control
  • Bluetooth
  • Cruise control
  • Speed limiter
  • Front fog lamps
  • Electrically-adjustable and heated door mirrors
  • Automatic headlamps and windscreen wipers
  • One touch electric windows
  • Eight airbags – auto-adaptive driver and passenger, lateral airbags, full length side curtain airbags and anti-submarining front seat airbags
  • ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
  • Disconnectable ESP stability control
  • Reach and rake adjustable steering column
  • Renault Sport leather steering wheel with yellow centre marking
  • Multi-function trip computer
  • 4 x 20W RDS CD MP3 radio with fingertip steering column controls and auxiliary socket with RCA and USB inputs
  • Drilled aluminium pedal facings
  • RAID (Renault Anti Intruder Device) which automatically locks the doors at over 8kph
  • Two height-adjustable rear head rests
  • 60:40 split folding rear seat
  • Black door mirrors, gloss black finish to the rear diffuser and the centre section of the front bumper
  • Body-coloured side mouldings

Those wanting just a little more can opt out for the top-of-the-range  Clio Renault Sport 200 Cup Trophée which adds:

  • Renault Hands Free Keycard
  • Electrically adjustable, folding and heated door mirrors
  • Recaro Renault Sport height adjustable seats (anti submarining airbags not available on Recaro seats)
  • 17” Renaultsport BeBop alloy wheels
  • Fascia with simulated carbon fibre gloss finish to the centre binnacle  and accent strip
  • Anthracite insert on door mirrors, gloss anthracite finish to the rear diffuser and the centre section of the front bumper

Pricing starts from RRP of $36,490.

CarAdvice will have a full review & road test of the new Renault Clio Renault Sport 200 Cup in a few hours.




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