sgCarMart – It has always been a constant struggle in the motoring world to keep up with times (and efficiency standards) with shrunk, turbocharged engines, and yet deliver the same kind of driving thrills and enjoyment as larger, naturally aspirated ones of yesteryears.
This time round, Renault has gone against its proven recipe. Where previously the junior hot hatch was only available as a three-door variant, this is the first time the Clio RS (here, RS stands for Renault Sport) is presented in a five-door trim.
The new car is also the first to ditch the conventional stick shift for a dual-clutch gearbox, and a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated unit for a smaller 1.6-litre turbocharged powerplant.
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