Renault Clio and Megane World Series Editions set for UK

renault-worldseries-01Renault raises the temperature this summer launching hot special edition versions of New Clio and New Megane. Due to be unveiled at the World Series by Renault spectacular at Silverstone on the weekend of 4th and 5th July, the World Series by Renault special editions exude style and panache in an insurance-friendly package.

World Series by Renault will light up the 3.2-mile Silverstone Grand Prix circuit as Renault’s free festival of motorsport is expected to draw a crowd of over 100,000 as fans flock to see a thrilling weekend of action-packed racing including the 500hp Formula Renault 3.5.

Based on the most popular Dynamique trim level in the Clio, Megane Hatch and Coupe ranges, the three World Series versions add extra equipment with savings for the customer of up to £1,190.

Clio World Series by Renault builds on the sporty Dynamique level and adds an extended front spoiler, side skirts, a sports rear bumper plus WSR badging. Customers can choose from the 1.2 16V 75, the highly efficient TCe 100 or the frugal dCi 86 engines. Priced from £12,170 on the road, the customer will save £680 from the price of the equipment if ordered separately.

Megane Hatch World Series by Renault is based on the popular Dynamique five-door and adds an extended front spoiler, Coupe-style bumper inserts, side skirts, a sports rear bumper, rear spoiler, WSR badging and 17” alloy wheels. Customers can choose from the 1.6 16V 110 or the dCi 106, both with a six-speed gearbox. Priced from £16,595 on the road, customers save £1,190 over the price of the equipment were it ordered separately.

The Megane Coupe World Series by Renault adds to the rakish design of the standard car with an extended front spoiler, side skirts, sports rear bumper and 17” alloy wheels. Priced from £16,995, customers save £940 over the price of the items ordered separately. Source: Renault

One thought on “Renault Clio and Megane World Series Editions set for UK

  • November 7, 2009 at 4:19 am
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    The french might to be good for their pastries and wine, but not so much for their vehicles. This is hideous looking. If it runs like it looks, it’s doomed.

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