New 2009 Renault Clio Facelift Revaled, include GT version

5 02 2009

The first official photos of the face lifted Renault Clio were released ahead of the world debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The 2009 Clio III gets a mid-life makeover that brings it in line with Renault’s latest models and in particular the Megane plus a new GT sport version that promises to close the gap between the standard models and the 197-horsepower Clio RS.


The facelifted Clio is distinguished by the redesigned tail lamps and the newly styled profuse which now incorporates the reversing light and foglamps. Interior changes are limited to the availability of new trims and tackle that involve Renault‘s hottest GPS navigation usage, the Carminat TomTom that is integrated into the greater part of the centre console.

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The Clio GT that is pictured here, is a new sport story that will sit right under the Clio RS in the supermini’s series. Renault did not release any engine facts, but the GT does get a more aggressive appearance with extensive part sills, a glossy black lattice, twin exhaust tailpipes and a lip spoiler while it will be untaken with a special body colour, Malta Blue. Sporty niceties inside the car embrace drilled aluminium pedal covers and addition flank keep for the seats, benefit GT-badging for the front seats.

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4 responses

5 02 2009
Clio Facelift : Renault Twingo, Clio, Modus

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5 02 2009
4 04 2009

Interesting Read! Very detailed blog.
Thanks for sharing

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