Renault Clio Tyre Pressure


What is the standard Renault tyre pressures for the Clio and why is it important to monitor and maintain the optimal tyre pressure for the 175/65 R 14, 185/55 R 15, 175/65, 195/45 R 16, 185/55 R 15, 205/50 ZR 17, 235/45 ZR 17 tyres of the Clio, as well as the tyres for the other cars made by Renault?

Properly maintained Renault Clio tyre pressure results in evenly worn tire treads, which leads to not only less money spent on new tyres but also smoother rides on the road and increased road safety since the chance of tire blow outs are also kept as low as possible.

Optimally maintained tire pressures also saves gas, but the often overlooked benefit is the minimization of fuel combustion, which in turn leads to minimized air pollution.

Originally launched in the early 1990s, it would not be an exaggeration to say that Clio is the small car that saved Renault in a big way. Rising from its humble hatchback roots, the recent versions of Clio also come in sedans, equally as spacious as the still more popular hatchbacks.
The globally successful Renault Clio is also known as the "Symbol" in Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Colombia, Venezuela, and as "Thalia" in Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

Please contact the leaders of Renault (click here for their names and address) and let them know that we need better tire pressures maintenance technology for not only the Clio but also Megane, Scenic and Laguna, as well as the cars made by Nissan, which Renault owns.


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