The fourth generation of the Renault Clio is the most stylish yet. It's now only available as a five-door model, but has tucked away its rear door handles in the rear pillar to make it look more like a sleek three-door coupe – a case of having your Clio cake and eating it. The inside also now sports a spiffy new centre console with a seven-inch, tablet-like touchscreen, but the quality of materials used on the doors and dashboard is still a bit sub-par. It also has an array of personalisation options and colours that you can use to make it your own, both inside and out. There are two entirely new engines introduced to the range – a responsive 89bhp three-cylinder 900cc TCe petrol engine and a 1.5-litre dCi diesel with CO2 emissions of only 83g/km. Renault also offers a Clio GT-Line 120 model that gives sportier looks and handling but without having to shell out the extra cost for the performance-focused Renaultsport Clio 200.