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Back to the future; YOUR CHANCE TO BUY NEW CLIO AT 1990s PRICE.

FOR this weekend only, it's possible to buy a brand new Clio - and pay the price it was in the 1990s.

The deal is part of Renault's worldwide celebrations to mark the iconic Clio's 20th birthday.

The offer is a Clio Extreme 1.2 16v 75 for just pounds 7450 and that's a huge pounds 3590 less than today's prices.

You get front electric windows, 4X20 RDS radio/CD player with aux input, fingertip controls and remote central locking.

That's a lot more than the Clio came with when it was unveiled in 1990, but for the same sort of price it was 20 years ago.

But be quick. To qualify, you need to visit your nearest Renault dealer and order the car between today and Sunday.

Obviously, stocks are limited, but by taking a test drive at any Renault dealer, you could also win a pounds 15,000 new special edition Clio, created to mark the trendy Renault's birthday.

And there are also 20 romantic breaks at a Mr and Mrs Smith hotel in Paris. Just line up a test drive before the end of June to enter.


Factfile: Model: Renault Clio RL 3 door Engine: 1.2-litre petrol Power: 58bhp Extras: Catalytic converter, 14in wheel trim, two-star EURONCAP, four-speed gearbox Price: pounds 7450 On Sale: 1990s


Factfile: Model: Renault Clio Extreme 16v 75 3 door Engine:1.2-litre petrol Power: 75bhp Extras: ABS with EBD, airbags, five-star EURONCAP, front electric windows, remote central locking, front fog lights, tinted windows, brake assist, plus a whole lot more Price: pounds 7450 On Sale: Now
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:May 21, 2010
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