A nice example of the Cup 182 in French Racing Blue! This one was advertised for $12,500 on carsales in September 2022. See the original listing here. The seller at the time made the following comments:
167,000 km Recent service items: Oil, gearbox fluid, OE spark plugs, crankshaft position sensor + connector (common issue), genuine auxiliary belt kit and 4 x Bridgestone RE003s (less than 200 KMs on them). Timing belt service done approx 2 years ago by previous owner. Modifications: Genuine Speedline Turinis - same as EU Trophy spec clios (desireable wheels -really makes the car IMO) , Renault Sport weighted gear knob, steering wheel from a Clio 200 (smaller diameter), updated rear badging and the obligatory induction kit. Negatives: Missing engine undertray (can be sourced from any Clio II), headlining starting to go in the rear and a slight rattle on idle, dissapears with revs, 99% sure it's the dephaser, it hasn't worsened in my ownership - thought I would mention it for full disclosure. I bought this car late last year and had plans of keeping it long term but have moved recently and now have 1 car spot. Sadly, the Clio must go. Overall a very solid car, great condition for it's age. The odd scratch and marks and couple of door dings noticeable if you catch the light. Interior is overall very good apart from aforementioned headlining issue - seats and steering wheel have minimal wear. Factory Xenons are great. Suspension is tight, gearbox is strong - goes into gear easily, pulls very well especially in the higher rpms when the car really comes alive. No need to waffle on about how good these cars are, if you know, you know. These are getting very rare and desireable, especially in this spec.
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