Modelled on the regular mid-sped Clio Expression variant, the ‘plus’ Clio adds 16-inch black alloy wheels, automatic headlights, rain-sensing automatic wipers and electric folding mirrors.
The latter features form part of an ‘electric pack’, which also includes electric windows all-round with anti-pinch and one-touch function for the driver.
The Clio Expression+ also gets keyless entry and start, a centre arm rest between the front seats and premium floor mats.
Outside, buyers will find a hatch door strip and side door protection strips, along with black, chrome and blue radiator grille inserts and a choice of three roof decals - Dots, Sports or Tri-Colour.
The Expression serves as the entry-level in the Captur line-up, and opting for the + limited edition makes for something of a mid-spec model.
The + package includes side-steps, premium floor mats, weather shields for both front windows, 17-inch alloy wheels and a choice of metallic single-tone or non-metallic two-tone paint.
“The arrival of the Clio Expression+ and Captur Expression+ shows that Renault is working hard to bring the most competitively specified and priced vehicles to the Australian market,” Renault Australia Managing Director, Justin Hocevar, said.
“We are serious about our ambitions to grow our share and sales in Australia, and we are being very successful. This additional value-packed offer for the Clio and Captur ranges will undoubtedly increase their attractiveness to customers.”
The Clio Expression+ is limited to 100 units, bringing $2000 in value for an extra $1100 above the regular Expression.
The Captur Expression+ is limited to 85 examples and commands a $1100 premium over the regular Captur Expression, offering $3000 in added value.
Both limited edition models are available now, but each is only available with Renault’s EDC automatic transmission.
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