Renault Clio TomTom Edition

Renault recently announced a new limited edition of the popular Clio called TomTom Edition which is projected to go on sale in France this month. Just like its name suggests, the new Clio comes with the "already common by now on Renault's models" Carminat TomTom navigation system as well as with several exclusive features.

First of all, the Clio TomTom Edition is based on the Expression equipment level, which means it incorporates all the features available on this particular version, including front and lateral airbags, ABD with EBD and EBA, electric front windows, chrome door handles, tire inflation kit and "See-you-home" light function. Additionally, it features manual climate control and TomTom Edition badging, exclusive for this new version.

The limited edition will be only available in France and will be released in two body styles, five-door hatchback and estate. There will be five engine configurations available, 1.2 16V 75, 1.2 16V E85, TCe 100, dCi 70 and dCi 85. Pricing starts at 14,850 euros for the 1.2 16V 75 five-door hatchback version and goes as high as 18,100 euros for the dCi 85 estate flavor.

The available colors are similar with the ones included in the stock Clio range, as it follows: metallic - Platine Grey, Cassiopée Grey, Cendrée Beige, Blue Grey, Extrême Blue, Pomme Green, Dyna Red, Pearlescent Black - and non-metallic - Glacier White and Vif Red.

Getting back to the TomTom navigation system, it consists of a 5.8-inch LCD screen that provides easy access to important data such as traffic information, speed restriction warnings and fixed speed cameras. Map data can be easily updated using the integrated 2GB SD card which allows the user to download the new files through an Internet connect computer and transfer them to the in-car navigation system.
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