"Even though it's one of the biggest carmakers in the world, Renault has struggled to find consistent sales success in the Australian market, and the Renault Clio is a good example. After several generations, including several well-regarded performance variants, the Clio became another victim of declining light car sales when it exited the Australian market in mid-2020.
The last iteration of the compact front-wheel drive Clio included a Formula Edition hatch starting at $13,300, while variants such as the Clio Intens were listed at $24,310. The Clio was offered locally with a 900cc three-cylinder turbo engine, a 1.2-litre four-cylinder engine and, in the performance-oriented RS200, a 1.6-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine. "
This vehicle is also known as Renault Lutecia (Japan).