Renault Modus Oasis 1.2 16v 75BHP Reviews

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“Well built, but I miss the under-the-carpet storage...”

Written on: 10/08/2007 by mkpaul (1 review written)

Well built, but I miss the under-the-carpet storage corners that other cars have in the boot. Door pockets are enormous: I can fit my wheel-wrench in one of them. Easy to get a non-metallic model off the dealer, which is rare for Renault… Read Full Review

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“I bet most buyers of smaller Renaults automatically...”

Written on: 06/10/2006 by mwe152 (11 reviews written)

I bet most buyers of smaller Renaults automatically plump for a Clio without realising the Renault Modus Oasis 1.2 16v 75BHP exists!
Modus's comparative rarity means there are some great pre-reg new car deals. This brand-new Modus cost £8295 on the road. Most new Clios cost at least £3000 more, so the only Renault rival on price is a secondhand previous-shape Clio (or new, old-shape, Clio Campus). Get a new Modus! It's vastly superior to the 2001-2005 Clio.
Modus is 12ft 5ins long, new Clio is… Read Full Review

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Susan Day's Response to mwe152's Review

Written on: 28/11/2006

“Mucky diesel” I think you are possibly living ten years behind everyone else. My partner has an Audi A4 1.9 Tide, and it pulls like a train, much stronger than the petrol version we had before, and no muck in sight. I suppose on a car such as a Modus Oasis the diesel version would be cruder though.

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Mwe152's Response to mwe152's Review

Written on: 11/12/2006

Message for Susan Day,
<br/>I'm not familiar with the "Tide" version of Audi's A4 that your partner drives. Is it a limited edition, or is it sponsored by the well-known soap-powder manufacturer?
<br/>...I am familiar with Audi's A4 1.9TDi however, because I followed one (not a ten year old model, but a "53" registration; no more than 3 years old) along the A329 between Ascot & Virginia Water this year:2006.
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<br>This late-model diesel Audi was driven along a de-restricted road at around 35 MPH, so it was being driven in a very restrained manner, yet every time the driver squeezed the throttle (e.g. on the exit of a bend, or the foot of a hill) there was a puff of black smoke (diesel muck, if you like).
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<br>Diesels might have low emissions when new, but start belching smoke very, very quickly (at much lower mileages than petrol engines give off smoke), regardless of whether they're made by a common mass-manufacturer who sells millions of cars to French farmers and Spaniards, or whether they're a 'premium' product aimed at badge-obsessed car-snobs with more money than car knowledge, who perceive mass-market and smaller cars as inferior and unrefined.

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