View Full Version : Clio V6 - NOW ON EBAY starting at 9995!

03-02-2006, 09:11
2001 RENAULT CLIO V6 230, Iceberg Silver, no.6.

Superb Condition Throughout. Unmodified except for:

Phase 2 Rear Lights,
Phase 2 Renault Stainless Exhaust
Phase 2 Alu Door handles
Clear Side Repeaters & Silvervision indicator bulbs
Alu Door Lock Pins
Chrome Dial Rings
Sony 6 CD system connected to dash display & steering wheel controls
+ all usual spec - everything works!

Full Renault Service History. Long Tax & MOT. Used every day - very reliable!!

Option to take over remaining 2 year balance of my RAC Warranty.

Original example, never crashed or abused. Any inspection welcome!

It's covered 56000 miles which is why its the CHEAPEST HPI CLEAR RIGHT HAND DRIVE CLIO V6 IN THE UK!

Tel: 07876 750061 or 01962 760002
PM: 137699
Email: david@wnet.freeserve.co.uk

Starting at a ridiculously low £9995 on ebay:



Clio b
03-02-2006, 11:37
Its gorgeous.... if i cud afford it... an then the insurance i wud definately get it!!! :D

Y r u gettin rid of it?

04-02-2006, 00:13
I had only planned on keeping it 3-6 months, and I've had nearly a year now....

We have a Zafira as our family car, so when I have a 2 seater my girlfriend has to drive the Zafira. Now it's her turn and she doesn't want the Vee, she has her heart set on an MR2, so sadly my vee has to go.... :(

06-02-2006, 20:41
Now reduced to £10995

14-02-2006, 19:02
C'mon folks.... This car is ridiculously cheap now - just £10495.
As a former Willy owner (Williams 1 no.303) I can say that any Williams owner would be making the right move by upgrading to a V6 Clio!

J o n
14-02-2006, 19:33
C'mon folks.... This car is ridiculously cheap now - just £10495.
As a former Willy owner (Williams 1 no.303) I can say that any Williams owner would be making the right move by downgrading to a slower safer car!

no such thing as an upgrade to a Williams where Clio's are concerned :wink:

seriously though that is a cracking price, i'm shocked you still have it tbh.

15-02-2006, 13:03
PX for my 2.0 hybrid? ;)

Worth a try i guess.

19-02-2006, 11:52
Yes still have it - thanks but no thanks to the PX for the hybrid!
Now on ebay & even cheaper!!!


19-02-2006, 11:57
why has it had so many owners mate?

20-02-2006, 10:08
Dunno, probably because (like me) everyone wants to own a V6 for a few weeks so they can "tick the box". Unlike me, the other owners clearly didn't fall in love with it, as my planned 3 month ownership has turned into a 1 year one!

I was concerned about the number of owners, which is why I had it professionally inspected by a V6 specialist when I bought it.

Also, the previous owners ran up 36,000 miles in 4 years, whereas I have run up 20,000 in 1, so I've definately done the lions share of the driving of this car!

If it wasn't completely reliable, I wouldn't have been able to use it as my everyday transport, as I rely on a good car for my job!