Have you ever wanted a vehicle that looks just like those cars zipping around the racing track? If so, the Renault Clio Gordini Sedan is for you. Currently you will find that this model of Renault can be found at a price of approximately US $30,000. Some may think this is a little pricy for a Renault, but the Gordini has a lot to offer.
Renault have pulled out all the stops when designing the Clio Gordini Sedan, and have yet again, managed to bring a vehicle to the market that will have the competition quaking in its boots! For starters, if you like a car that looks sporty, this is one that you will love. Sure, some elegant sedans deliver in performance, but the fail miserably in appearance. The Renault Clio Gordini Sedan is one that actually looks like a sports car. Default color is a stunning Malta Blue Metallic that demands attention. Two white racing stripes are found across the roof, tailgate and bonnet of the vehicle, and the door mirrors are made white to match. If you prefer a less flashy appearance, the vehicle does come without the white accents. In the front, you notice a super glossy black front bumper and a grille that appears to be smiling. To offer a finishing touch, 17-inch wheels add curb appeal.
Although getting into the back seat with a three-door setup can be a tiresome, but once you are back there, you immediately notice just how roomy it is. While it may not look like it from the outside, there is a ton of leg and head room in this vehicle for both front and backseat passengers. The cabin does leave a little to be desired though. in fact, if it wasn't for the contrast of gray and blue leather throughout, it would be extremely dull. Controls are easy to use, but nothing really grabs your attention on the inside.
The Renault Clio Gordini Sedan offers a choice of two engines. The first is a feisty 1.6-liter four-cylinder that delivers 128 horsepower while the second is a 105 horsepower diesel. Both offer fantastic gas mileage, as you would expect from such a small engine. Steering is tight and responsive, like a race car should be; it is just unfortunate that the car can't deliver in performance to match its appearance.
All the safety features that you need come standard, but drivers also have the option of adding on a Brembo Brake Passage that adds fade-free braking for increased safety.