Renault Captur, Clio and Twingo Iconic deliveries in December

Renault is to see the year out in an iconic way (excuse the pun) with three new limited editions models. These are the Captur, Clio and Twingo Iconic, with deliveries to begin in December. All three will come with a range of upgrades, although with different engine and gearbox options compared to what the current models have.

All three will offer something different, so you have the Clio Iconic 25 Nav, Twingo Iconic and the Captur Iconic Nav; so let’s have a look what they all have to offer.

First off all is the Clio 25 Iconic Nav, which comes with either a TCe 90 petrol manual only, and the dCi 90 diesel with either manual and dual-clutch options. This Limited Edition model is closely based on the top of the range Dynamique S, although comes with several design tweaks, such as 17-inch alloy wheels, heated seats, leather armrest and handbrake cover, extra-tinted rear windows, and matching side mirror and roof decals. Prices start from £16,775.

Renault Captur Iconic

Next we have the Twingo Iconic, which is based on the Dynamique variant. You also get differently designed alloy wheels, new paint options, matt ultraviolet interior trim, black part-leather upholstery, climate control, and auto lights and wipers. Prices start at £11,845.

Finally, we have the Captur Iconic, and will come with many of the added extras mentioned above, although you also get Renault’s Techno Pack. Prices start from £13,395.

For more details please visit this Renault Press page.

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