Both cars will now include a DAB radio while Renault’s ‘MediaNav’ and ‘R-Link’ infotainment systems have been improved. Bluetooth, live traffic information and Apple iPhone compatibility have been added to the former, while drivers of cars equipped with ‘R-Link’ touchscreens will find them clearer and easier to use than older models.
The Renault Clio range has undergone a number of slight changes, the ‘Expression+’ trim level will be renamed ‘Play’ to match the smaller Twingo supermini and the ‘Dynamique S Nav’ will be fitted with new grey upholstery and a revised, leather-trimmed steering wheel.
The prices for both models will remain the same – the Clio costing from £11,145 and the Captur from £14,295.
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