Clio TomTom offers a TomTom ONE GB portable satellite navigation system worth £179 as standard and is available in three-door only. The Clio TomTom is well-suited to the style-conscious who also want comfort and practicality, as well as the latest technological advances.

TomTom, European market leader and the world’s largest navigation solutions provider, was Renault’s natural partnership choice for the special navigation edition of Clio. The system itself, TomTom ONE is the world’s best-selling portable satellite navigation device and Clio TomTom customers can also make use of TomTom Home, TomTom’s free software application that simplifies the process of downloading and installing new content and services such as safety camera locations and traffic information.

2007 Renault Clio TomTom
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The Clio TomTom is available in two engine choices 1.2 16V 75 at £9,260 and dCi 68 at £10,230. The dCi 68 falls into one of the lowest VED bands (B) with only £35 due in Vehicle Excise Duty.

The 1.2 16V 75 offers a combined mpg of 47.9 and CO2 emissions of 139 g/km, whilst the dCi 68 has a combined mpg of 62.8 and low CO2 emissions of 120 g/km.

Based on the Extreme trim, Clio TomTom features the following additional standard equipment:

Leather steering wheel and gearknob, satin chrome exterior and interior door handles, blue centre console with blue dashboard inserts, satin chrome dial surrounds and the TomTom ONE GB satellite navigation system.

The Clio TomTom also features specific TomTom badging on both the interior and exterior.

Customers can also upgrade the standard TomTom system to cover Europe as a £50 option, and an MP3 compatible CD player with four speakers, two tweeters and fingertip remote control is available as an option at £125 to make sure you can listen to whatever music takes your fancy.

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