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Renault Ranges

Most popular Renault reviews

  • Renault Captur (2020 onwards) Review

    Renault’s popular crossover has matured

    Parkers rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4
    New price: £0 - £0
    PROS
    • Smart looks inside and out
    • Spacious, flexible interior
    • Quality materials, plenty of tech available
    • Broad range of engines, plus PHEV
    CONS
    • Lower-spec models feel less special
    • Competition is very strong
    • No full EV model planned
    Read full review
  • Renault Clio Hatchback (2019 onwards) Review

    Bestselling small hatchback now has other talents to back-up good looks

    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    New price: £14,155 - £21,305
    PROS
    • Familiar styling looks as good as ever
    • Well-designed interior
    • Impressively-low running costs
    CONS
    • Tight rear passenger room
    • Five-speed gearboxes on most models
    • Handling still lags behind Fiesta
    • Refinement could be better
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  • Renault Koleos SUV (2017 onwards) Review

    Suavely-styled SUV packed with advanced safety kit

    Parkers rating: 3.9 out of 5 3.9
    New price: £27,825 - £32,500
    PROS
    • Improved interior quality and usability
    • Long wheelbase for spacious rear seats
    • Simple, high-specification trim structure
    • Impressive 'stepped' CVT transmission
    CONS
    • No petrol engine in range
    • No seven-seater available
    • Lack of badge kudos
    • Intrusive road noise
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  • Renault Megane Sport Tourer (2016 onwards) Review

    Stylish estate is efficient and good to drive

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £19,255 - £25,015
    PROS
    • Attractive exterior styling
    • Distinctive interior
    • Lots of standard equipment
    • Wide range of efficient engines
    CONS
    • Rivals offer more space
    • Sporty GT model expensive
    • Some plastics feel cheap
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  • Renault Twizy (2012 onwards) Review

    If you're looking to stand out, nothing does it better

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £6,995 - £7,795
    PROS
    • Costs a pittance to run
    • So simple to park and manoeuvre
    • Guaranteed grins with every drive
    CONS
    • Small batteries mean imited range
    • Ride feels unnecessarily firm
    • Lacks practicality - even the doors are extras
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Renault was founded in 1898 by Louis Renault and his brothers Marcel and Fernand, who rapidly built themselves a reputation as a manufacturer of successful racing cars. In the early 1900s the company became known for its innovative approach including mass-production techniques.

The French company has built cars that have had a major impact in the UK including the small Clio hatchback and the Espace, often credited as the first people carrier. Renault has launched other versions including the Scenic and the Scenic XMOD.

The company caters to many customers with a wide and varied selection of cars. Its Renaultsport range is aimed at those interested in performance and handling such as the Megane Renaultsport, while its electric cars such as the Zoe and Fluence cater for buyers more concerned about economy and the environment.

Renault has also innovated with small cars including the Captur, a compact crossover, Twingo city car and the electrically-powered, two-seat Twizy.