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Renault Clio 0.9 TCE 90 Play 5dr Pre Reg £9,995 @ Evans Halshaw
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Renault Clio 0.9 TCE 90 Play 5dr Pre Reg £9,995 @ Evans Halshaw

£9,995£14,75032%Evans Halshaw Deals
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Posted 26th Jan

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I personally think this is a better car deal than the previous Peugeot 208 deal I posted a few weeks BACK as this a bit roomier & has the remainder of 5 year warranty.

Renault Clio 0.9 TCE 90 Play 5dr
From £9,995 Cash Price. Nearly New - 69 Plate Registered. SPECIAL OFFER, SAVING £4,755. PRE-REGISTERED car comes with:

BLUETOOTH, AIR CONDITIONING, 2 TONE ALLOY WHEELS, CRUISE CONTROL, KEYLESS ENTRY, PUSH BUTTON START, LED DAYTIME RUNNING lights and much much more.

This great car comes with the balance of Renault's manufacturers warranty which is now 5 YEARS!

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Comes with as standard:

  • Bluetooth Handsfree Phone Connection
  • Cruise control + speed limiter
  • Eco mode
  • Push button starter
  • Smartphone cradle
  • Trip computer
  • Variable PA steering
  • 2x20W radio with bluetooth hands free and USB
  • Aux-in socket
  • DAB Digital radio
  • Black headlamp surrounds
  • Body colour door handles
  • Body colour door mirrors
  • Body coloured bumpers
  • Body coloured rear spoiler
  • Chrome boot lid finisher
  • Chrome front grille strips
  • Drivers one touch window with anti-pinch feature
  • Electric adjustable door mirrors
  • Electric front windows
  • Front fog lamps
  • Gloss black door protectors with chrome inserts
  • Halogen headlamps
  • Heated door mirrors
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Rear wiper
  • Variable front intermittent wipers
  • Interior Features
  • 12V Accessory socket
  • 3 rear height adjustable headrests
  • 60/40 split rear seats
  • Air recirculation control
  • Chrome gear knob insert
  • Chrome interior door handles
  • Cloth upholstery/synthetic leather inserts
  • Driver's seat height adjustment
  • Front cupholders
  • Front door storage bin
  • Glovebox
  • Height adjustable front headrests
  • Height/reach adjust steering wheel
  • Isofix system on outer rear seats
  • Manual air conditioning
  • Multi function steering wheel
  • Pollen filter
  • Style cloth upholstery
  • System for Restraint and Protection SRP-front seats
  • Safety
  • 3 point rear seatbelts x3
  • ABS+EBD+Brake assist
  • Driver and passenger front and side airbag deactivation
  • Driver/Front Passenger airbags
  • ESP + Traction control + Understeer control
  • Front side airbags(head+thorax)
  • Height adjustable driver's seatbelt
  • Hill start assist
  • Seatbelt warning
  • Tyre pressure warning
  • Security
  • Anti-drill door locks
  • Child lock control of rear doors and windows
  • Deadlocking system
  • Hands free Renault card
  • Locking fuel filler cap
  • RAID (Renault Anti-Intruder Device)
  • Remote central locking
  • Thatcham Cat 2 engine immobiliser
  • Grain black centre console
  • 16" black alloy wheels

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Absolutely nothing wrong with purchasing a pre-reg. Why pay more!
Ah Evans halshaw, the king of the con. Yep that's right nicely put together advert flogging old stock with poor warranties that they will struggle to shift however add a 5 year warranty notification and see if anyone notices that it doesn't apply to the car advertised on the same page. Shonky.
belcher14226/01/2020 19:48

It says it comes with 5 year manufactured warranty???????


I looked up some and those that I have checked have been registered in September 2019, thus the 5 year warranty might not apply. To check, look up used cars on the evans halshaw website, when you find one of the cars on offer, click on it and the plate number is at the end of the weblink. Enter the plate number into vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/ and see when it was registered.
trannyboy26/01/2020 19:49

Another 900cc car, fine around town but 4 people on board air conditioning …Another 900cc car, fine around town but 4 people on board air conditioning on and going up a hill..........?


Just drop a gear? Drove one a few years ago in Gran Canaria, volcanic island, very steep hills and mountain. The car worked like a champ with 4 people onboard!
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Love the look of new clios this seems a really good deal for one
Hot!
What colours do they have
Heat from me
Not Brand New 🥶
Absolutely nothing wrong with purchasing a pre-reg. Why pay more!
Depends on whether these were registered after the 18th of December as to whether they get the 5 year warranty. I suspect it won't be and the warranty applies to the new look model. I was considering this but seem to only come in white (at least here in Scotland). Still seems decent value for what is effectively a new car. Thanks for the post.
PistolPete6726/01/2020 19:45

Depends on whether these were registered after the 18th of December as to …Depends on whether these were registered after the 18th of December as to whether they get the 5 year warranty. I suspect it won't be and the warranty applies to the new look model. I was considering this but seem to only come in white (at least here in Scotland). Still seems decent value for what is effectively a new car. Thanks for the post.


It says it comes with 5 year manufactured warranty???????
Another 900cc car, fine around town but 4 people on board air conditioning on and going up a hill..........?
trannyboy26/01/2020 19:49

Another 900cc car, fine around town but 4 people on board air conditioning …Another 900cc car, fine around town but 4 people on board air conditioning on and going up a hill..........?


Just drop a gear? Drove one a few years ago in Gran Canaria, volcanic island, very steep hills and mountain. The car worked like a champ with 4 people onboard!
belcher14226/01/2020 19:48

It says it comes with 5 year manufactured warranty???????


I looked up some and those that I have checked have been registered in September 2019, thus the 5 year warranty might not apply. To check, look up used cars on the evans halshaw website, when you find one of the cars on offer, click on it and the plate number is at the end of the weblink. Enter the plate number into vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/ and see when it was registered.
belcher14226/01/2020 19:48

It says it comes with 5 year manufactured warranty???????


I wouldn't assume that it does. It needs to have been pre-registered after 18th December to get that extra warranty. Every other 'new' Renault car listed on the site has the 5 year warranty logo at the bottom of the page, but they all say registered from 18/12/19. This one doesn't.

Either way, this is the old shape Clio that went out of production last year. So it's not a brand new car.
zabada26/01/2020 20:02

I looked up some and those that I have checked have been registered in …I looked up some and those that I have checked have been registered in September 2019, thus the 5 year warranty might not apply. To check, look up used cars on the evans halshaw website, when you find one of the cars on offer, click on it and the plate number is at the end of the weblink. Enter the plate number into https://vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/ and see when it was registered.


I did the same with the pre-reg on Autotrader from Evans Halshaw. Only 32 months warranty left on those.
Ah Evans halshaw, the king of the con. Yep that's right nicely put together advert flogging old stock with poor warranties that they will struggle to shift however add a 5 year warranty notification and see if anyone notices that it doesn't apply to the car advertised on the same page. Shonky.
Makes the Dacia Sandero Comfort at £8995 based on an old Clio platform not such a bargain when compared to this.
Pwhite7626/01/2020 19:41

Absolutely nothing wrong with purchasing a pre-reg. Why pay more!


As long as the cost reflects the additional owner count, definitely.
trannyboy26/01/2020 19:49

Another 900cc car, fine around town but 4 people on board air conditioning …Another 900cc car, fine around town but 4 people on board air conditioning on and going up a hill..........?



Tech is moving on. Just watching Top Gear. 3L V6 140BHP, barely moves and would be left standing by this Clio.

You'd be surprised by the power you get out of a 900CC engine
KingBurger26/01/2020 20:24

As long as the cost reflects the additional owner count, definitely.


All depends on how long you plan to keep the car.
Plus to be fair I don't think an extra owner would make that much of difference in this day and age.
Its a bit like the days of keeping your mileage low, the lower it is the more you get back in part-ex etc, but let's be honest, you could take an immaculate car in and you get the same as another with higher mileage and knackered alloys.

One thing to be aware of though, is to check your insurance payout if you right off the car, as they will take the additional owner in to consideration. This is where Gap insurance is worth considering.
in what way is this better than say this 1 evanshalshaw.com/new…24/ better car almost same payments lower rate of interest(fixed)lowere representative apr? im on lookout for new car and was tempted when i seen this deal but id expect the monthly payments to be less on the clio,at the end of 3/4 years i always take a new car anyway so im not interested in buying at end of deal.
Pwhite7626/01/2020 20:37

All depends on how long you plan to keep the car.Plus to be fair I don't …All depends on how long you plan to keep the car.Plus to be fair I don't think an extra owner would make that much of difference in this day and age.Its a bit like the days of keeping your mileage low, the lower it is the more you get back in part-ex etc, but let's be honest, you could take an immaculate car in and you get the same as another with higher mileage and knackered alloys.One thing to be aware of though, is to check your insurance payout if you right off the car, as they will take the additional owner in to consideration. This is where Gap insurance is worth considering.


Gap insurance not heard of this
wakkaday26/01/2020 20:44

Gap insurance not heard of this


Let's say you purchase a car for £20k and right it off in the first year. Your insurance company will offer you a price of what a similar car is worth, including mileage, owners etc. Which is usually fairly low. If you have gap, they will pay the difference to the original price you paid.
Good for pre-reg cars and cars that have been purchased with credit.

See here for more info.
moneysupermarket.com/car-insurance/gap-insurance/
Edited by: "Pwhite76" 26th Jan
Hmmm.. Somewhat misleading advertising there for the 5 year warranty. Big icon with 5 year warranty in it, then in the (relatively) small print to the right of it "All new Renault cars registered after 18th December 2019 are covered by a warranty package that lasts for up to five years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.!"

None of the cars i checked are registered after 18th December 2019...
Good deal but this is now older model but really worth considering as same spec new model will add £4500 £5000 to price
I purchased a 5008 pre reg, paid cash.
Normal gap insurance would not cover the car, ie replacement.
I took out a gap policy that would replace like for like.
A 3 month old car with one owner and with less than 20 miles on the clock.
As my car has been updated with a new model, that’s what I would get.
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jamstaruk197226/01/2020 20:37

in what way is this better than say this 1 …in what way is this better than say this 1 https://www.evanshalshaw.com/new-cars/hyundai/i20-1-2-s-connect-5dr-offer/16424/ better car almost same payments lower rate of interest(fixed)lowere representative apr? im on lookout for new car and was tempted when i seen this deal but id expect the monthly payments to be less on the clio,at the end of 3/4 years i always take a new car anyway so im not interested in buying at end of deal.


It's 35% more expensive so hardly a comparison.
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Shah.Zeb26/01/2020 19:37

Not Brand New 🥶


Well it’s not used.... so by definition is, what?

It’s new, but pre-reg
deleted241043726/01/2020 21:42

It's 35% more expensive so hardly a comparison.


Dealer contribution and lower APR, hence comparable figures. At least the Hyundai has a proper 5 year warranty and apple carplay with a touchscreen. The Clio has a crappy lcd screen.
Pwhite7626/01/2020 19:41

Absolutely nothing wrong with purchasing a pre-reg. Why pay more!


100% agree...a new car has still been sat in the same back lot!
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johnandyson26/01/2020 21:52

Dealer contribution and lower APR, hence comparable figures. At least the …Dealer contribution and lower APR, hence comparable figures. At least the Hyundai has a proper 5 year warranty and apple carplay with a touchscreen. The Clio has a crappy lcd screen.


ONLY if you take finance, if you don't then its 35% more. Remember not everyone wants finance.

Besides touchscreen are useless can't be adjusted without taking eyes off the road.
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printerman26/01/2020 21:18

Good deal but this is now older model but really worth considering as same …Good deal but this is now older model but really worth considering as same spec new model will add £4500 £5000 to price


Far less with some haggling or Carwow and will sell for more in the future and have a 5 year warranty, which you will need being a Renault.
deleted241043726/01/2020 21:53

ONLY if you take finance, if you don't then its 35% more. Remember not …ONLY if you take finance, if you don't then its 35% more. Remember not everyone wants finance.Besides touchscreen are useless can't be adjusted without taking eyes off the road.


That's based on list price, you would never pay that, could always take the finance, get the dealer deposit and clear the finance with 14 days. Although it's quite clear that the person you responded to is having finance.

The screen mirrors apps off your phone, such as maps and has buttons if you find pressing a screen too difficult.

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johnandyson26/01/2020 22:06

That's based on list price, you would never pay that, could always take …That's based on list price, you would never pay that, could always take the finance, get the dealer deposit and clear the finance with 14 days. Although it's quite clear that the person you responded to is having finance.The screen mirrors apps off your phone, such as maps and has buttons if you find pressing a screen too difficult.[Image] [Image]


There are better cars for the money, I would personally not buy such a Hyundai.

But back to THIS deal.....if anyone prefers the look of the Micra which is basically the same car, the new model can be had in N-Connecta trim for similar money, Acenta for quite a bit less.
deleted241043726/01/2020 22:47

There are better cars for the money, I would personally not buy such a …There are better cars for the money, I would personally not buy such a Hyundai. But back to THIS deal.....if anyone prefers the look of the Micra which is basically the same car, the new model can be had in N-Connecta trim for similar money, Acenta for quite a bit less.


I wouldn't buy either of them, much better deals on lease out there or I'd be looking at used if I only had £10k to spend on a car.
deleted4728726/01/2020 21:51

Well it’s not used.... so by definition is, what? It’s new, but pre-reg


It's not new, it's second-hand. The first owner bought it new and decided to sell it without using it. You are the second registered keeper of the vehicle on the V5.
I would personally still look at a 2019 fiesta zetec 1.0 Ecoboost with 10k miles for about £10,700. 2 years warranty left and with 10k on the clock it's only done a tenth of its miles, plenty of space, nice handling cheap to insure cheap to run and cheap parts. While the early engines had colant hose issues 2011-2013 the new ones haven't had any problems and while I wouldn't push them on their claims, the timing belts are rated to need changing at 10 years or 150k miles.
Pwhite7626/01/2020 19:41

Absolutely nothing wrong with purchasing a pre-reg. Why pay more!


Great
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Grahamdue27/01/2020 00:10

It's not new, it's second-hand. The first owner bought it new and decided …It's not new, it's second-hand. The first owner bought it new and decided to sell it without using it. You are the second registered keeper of the vehicle on the V5.


Inaccurate.


rac.co.uk/dri…rs/
In some ways it's riskier buying a newer car with no warranty as most systemic faults develop within the first couple of years of life
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deleted4728727/01/2020 06:51

Inaccurate. …Inaccurate. https://www.rac.co.uk/drive/advice/buying-and-selling-guides/pre-registered-cars/


You're wrong, it's totally correct. Even on the link you posted the 'con' is - 'The car is technically second-hand'.

What does ‘pre-registered’ mean?

The process of pre-registering a car involves a dealership or dealer group buying new cars from the manufacturer at a discounted rate and registering them to the dealership. This means that the dealer is technically the first owner on the V5C registration document, while the car is already registered, ready to go on the forecourt.
Officially this is a ‘second-hand’ car, even though it may only be weeks old with just a handful of miles on the clock

Source: autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/consumer-news/88210/pre-registered-cars-buying-guide
Edited by: "Grahamdue" 27th Jan
ses6jwg27/01/2020 06:54

In some ways it's riskier buying a newer car with no warranty as most …In some ways it's riskier buying a newer car with no warranty as most systemic faults develop within the first couple of years of life


Is there such thing as a newer car that doesn't have a warranty? That implies it's over 3 years old to begin with.

Or do you mean a brand new car, in which case yes, any niggles are sorted by the first owner under warranty, if they can't/won't sort it then you have the law on your side to reject.
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