Clio (Renault)

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Apr 02, 2019

On April 2, Renault revealed the prices of the all new Renault Clio for France with an even more attractive entry offer. It starts at EUR 14,100 inc. VAT with the SCe 65 engine.
Orders are now open in France for the TCe and Blue dCi engines.
Presented during the last Geneva Motor Show, the fifth generation of the most popular French car has undergone an interior and exterior makeover and offers technology never seen before in its market segment.
New Clio is thus available in five trim levels: Life, Zen, Intens and, heading the range, the R.S.Line and Initiale Paris trims, two complementary offers.

Renault Press Release

Apr 02, 2019

On April 1, the automobile manufacturers association of Spain (ANFAC) announced that passenger car registrations of 122,664 units in March 2019 represented an decrease of 4.3% over March 2018.
Passenger car sales of 316,911 units in the first three months of the year represented a 6.9% decrease from the same period in 2018.
Renault sales increased 9.4% to 10,225 units, Peugeot sales increased 4.5% to 9,595 units, SEAT sales increased 3.7% to 9,030 units, Volkswagen brand sales decreased 13.6% to 8,598 units, and Citroen sales increased 10.4% to 7,638 units in March 2019.
The best-selling cars in March, in order of popularity, were the Nissan Qashqai, Citroen C3, SEAT Leon, Fiat 500, and Renault Clio.
Of all vehicles sold in March, gasoline vehicles had a 63.1% market share, diesel vehicles had a 26.9% share, and other vehicles had a 9.9% share.
(ANFAC release from April 1, 2019)

Apr 02, 2019

On April 1, the Italian automobile manufacturers association (ANFIA) announced that passenger car registrations of 193,662 units in March decreased 9.6% over the same month in 2018.
Domestic brand sales decreased 19.1% in March with a 25.1% market share, while foreign manufacturer sales decreased 5.9% with a 74.9% market share.
In March, Fiat brand registrations decreased 21.5% (16.3% market share), Volkswagen brand registrations decreased 3.5% (9.1% share), Ford registrations decreased 20.8% (6.3% share), Renault registrations decreased 12.2% (6.3% share), Opel registrations decreased 1.2% (5.7% share), and Peugeot registrations decreased 5.5% (5.6% share) from a year ago.
The best-selling cars in March, in order of popularity, were the Fiat Panda, Lancia Ypsilon, Fiat 500X, Renault Clio, and Dacia Duster.
The foreign car distributors association (UNRAE) announced that diesel passenger car sales in March decreased 25.2% (45.2% share), gasoline-powered car sales increased 9.9% (41.2% share), hybrid car (HV), plug-in hybrid car (PHEV) and REx combined sales increased 35.1% (5.3% share), and electric vehicle (EV) sales increased 42.1% (0.3% share).
Private car sales in March decreased 1.6% to 105,824 units (54.4% share), fleet sales decreased 13.0% to 57,189 units (29.4% share), and business sales decreased 25.3% to 31,415 units (16.2% share).
(ANFIA release from April 1, 2019) (UNRAE release from April 1, 2019)

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