Renault Reviews

Captur (2013 – 2020)

A practical small crossover with low running costs, the Renault Captur is best value as a used car

Captur (2020)

Fancy a small car, with a high driving position, for a low price? The second-generation Renault Captur is a great all-rounder for the money

Clio (2013 – 2019)

The Renault Clio is striking and strong value used, but rivals drive better, offer slicker in-car tech and a broader range of engines

Clio (2019)

Stylish, comfy and well-equipped, the Clio is more appealing than ever, proving a strong alternative to the Ford Fiesta and Vauxhall Corsa

Grand Scenic (2016 – 2020)

The seven-seat Renault Grand Scenic looks striking inside and out, but the rearmost seats aren't the most spacious

Kadjar (2015 – 2022)

Renault's Kadjar, the French equivalent of the Nissan Qashqai, excels at family life

Koleos (2017 – 2020)

Plenty of passenger space and luxurious touches make the Renault Koleos a good family choice

Megane (2016 – 2022)

Style, low prices and high-tech interior make the Renault Megane a sound family car

Megane Sport Tourer (2016 – 2022)

Style is high on the agenda for Renault's medium estate - the Megane Sport Tourer - but it's still a practical and comfortable car

Scenic (2016 – 2018)

With chunky looks, stacks of storage and high equipment levels, the Renault Scenic offers an alternative to SUVs

Twingo (2014 – 2019)

The Twingo is a cute and characterful city car – not least because of its rear-wheel drive layout.

Zoe (2013)

The electric car that doesn't shout about it: Renault's Zoe is chic and smooth, with a big battery