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Who are Renault?

With a history that goes right back to 1898, Renault is one of France’s venerable car manufacturers. Fast-forward to today and it’s one of the biggest automotive companies around, as well as being hot property in the world of motorsport.

The brand has a huge list of hits to its name, including the Espace, the Megane, and the Scenic, but it’s the Clio that people really hold a torch for.

Distinctive good looks – together with low running costs and affordable insurance – made the Clio an instant hit on its launch in 1990. Since then, it’s consistently been one of Europe’s bestselling cars. Certainly, judging by the number of enquiries we get, it’s easily one of the Top 10 cars in the UK.

The Clio is a little car, so the engine isn’t huge, but it’s certainly efficient. And on the newest models you’ll find features like hands-free parking, touchscreen multimedia, and a panoramic roof.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Renault Clio cost to insure?

According to our data, the average premium price for a Renault Clio comes in at £306.68** per year.

But exactly how much you pay for your Renault Clio insurance will depend on a whole host of factors, including how old you are, where you live, how you use your car, and what you do for a living. 

Your premium price will also depend on which insurance group your Clio model belongs to. Insurance groups are numbered 1-50 and, as a rule, the higher the insurance group, the higher your premium will be.  

You won’t be surprised to find that most Clio models belong to the lower-end insurance groups. To give you an idea, here’s a guide to some Renault Clio models and the insurance groups they belong to:

Model Insurance Group
Expression 1.2 16V 75 5d  3
1.2 16V Expression+ 5d  4
Dynamique S Nav TCe 90 5d 7
Urban Nav TCe 90 5d 8
1.5 dCi Dynamique MediaNav 12
1.2 TCE GT Line 5d EDC 14

**Average price amount based on the top five quotes from Compare the Market data from 1 December 2019 to 1 March 2020. The average is based on all variations of the vehicle model and uses risk data from people with different age ranges, addresses and driving histories. You may find a cheaper or more expensive quote based on your circumstances. 

Can I cut the cost of my Renault Clio insurance?

Want to keep your insurance costs down? There are a few things you can do that could help. 

One is to add a named driver. Potentially, you could lower your premium by adding a more experienced driver to the policy. But make sure you’re still the main driver, or you could be guilty of fronting.

Keep your Clio safe – ideally parked somewhere secure overnight. Invest in a good alarm and tracker device, and make sure your car isn’t vulnerable to thieves or vandals.  

Keep your mileage down – after all, the less you drive, the lower your chances of an accident (and the better it is for the environment!).

Where can I find Renault Clio insurance?

Quoting with us could be your most direct way to find a cheaper deal. It’s easy – simply tell us a few details about yourself and your car, and we’ll give you a list of quotes from insurance providers. All you then have to do is choose the deal that works for you.

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