Review: Renault Clio Estate (2013)

Good looking estate version of Clio with horizontally split rear tailgate.

Renault bosses say it won't be coming to the UK because won't sell in sufficient numbers.

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Renault Clio Estate (2013): At A Glance

Renault launched an Estate version of the Clio at the Paris Motor Show and called it  the Clio Estate, rather than Tourer or ST. Handsomely styled, the Clio Estate is has the same wheelbase as the hatchback, but is 201mm longer to give increased rear load space and has a horizonatally split rear tailgate, like a Range Rover.

It’s a five-door, but the rear door handles are hidden away to give a smoother, coupe-like appearance. That’s not to say practicality is anyway sacrificed – there’s a 443 litre boot which can be extended thanks to folding rear seats – and for long objects the front passenger seat folds flat too.

What does a Renault Clio Estate (2013) cost?

List Price from £13,615
Buy new from £785
Contract hire from £120.16 per month
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Where can I buy a Renault Clio Estate?

I’ve seen the new Renault Clio Estate and really want to buy one; however, I can’t find one in the UK. I’ve tried asking at my local dealer, but they couldn't help. Do you have any idea when this car will appear in the UK?
They are not going to sell this car in the UK because it would not sell in sufficient numbers to be profitable. Instead they offer the Renault Captur and Dacia Logan MCV.
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