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Renault offers free upgrades for Clio and Captur

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Renault has announced specification upgrades to its Clio and Captur models, free of charge.

DAB radio is now standard on Clio and Captur models fitted with either the MediaNav or R-Link infotainment systems. This ensures that all models – with the exception of entry level versions ¬– now come with this function as standard. 

The addition of the DAB radio means passengers now have access to a greater number of radio stations whilst on the move. Both MediaNav and R-Link have also been upgraded, with the newly revised MediaNav gaining Bluetooth streaming, TMC traffic information and SIRI ‘Eyes-Free for compatible iPhones.

Meanwhile, the updated R-Link system has a new, clearer and more sensitive screen, allowing multi-touch gestures such as ‘pinch to zoom’. 

The Clio Expression+ trim level has been renamed as Clio ‘Play’ to bring the supermini into line with the Twingo. The Clio Dynamique S Nav gets a revised leather steering wheel and grey upholstery, too. 

The Clio is available in five trim levels and with a range of two petrol and one diesel engines, priced from £11,145. Despite the specification upgrades, the Clio remains available with numerous personalisation options such as the GT Line look pack, 16 and 17-inch alloys, and both exterior and interior touch packs. Accessories such as the Styling Pack, Spoiler Pack, Protection Pack and Touring Pack remain available. 

The Captur comes in four trim levels, boasting two petrol and two diesel engines, priced from £14,295.

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