Demand from UK buyers for the chic Clio II is showing no signs of slowing down, with over 17,600 of the popular Clio Campus three-door sold in 2006. Its popularity is so great that Renault recently updated the range with a face-lift, and now it has added an entry-level five-door version to the re-styled Clio Campus 2007 range. Available to order now, Campus 1.2 16V five-door is priced from only £7,449 including £1,196 cashback.

As the much-loved value-for-money supermini of choice for people looking for a chic supermini, Clio Campus is in high demand and as a result, Renault has listened to its customers and re-introduced the entry-level five-door version to the range, which was deleted from the Clio II range when it became Campus upon the launch of Clio III just over a year ago.

Clio Campus five-door is available in a choice of two engines, with or without air-conditioning. The 1.2 8V 60 is priced at £8,645 and the dCi 68 is priced at £9,745. Manual air-conditioning is available as a £525 option.

Just because Campus means low prices doesn’t mean that equipment levels are not up to the usual Renault standard.

In addition to core features such as remote central locking, body coloured bumpers, electric front windows with driver one touch control, height adjustable double optic headlamps and multi-function trip computer, the Campus five-door has the following standard equipment:

30W RDS radio cassette (with the option to upgrade to a CD player with four speakers and two tweeters for only £100), electric front windows and remote central locking.

Campus five-door is offered in eight colour choices, six metallic, Almond Green, Flame Red, Mercury, Pearl Black , Cyclone Blue and Tempest, and two non-metallic, Glacier White and Pacific Blue.

Clio Campus five-door is available order now priced from £7,449 including £1,196 cashback, and is offered in two engine choices, the 1.2 8V 60 and dCi 68.

Campus five-door also benefits from low insurance group ratings at 1E for the 1.2 8V 60 and 2E for the dCi 68.