There’s many familiar debates running at present over the course of the average day up in MotorMartin Towers taking in a fair cross section of motoring topics, the current state of our nation’s roads, the diesel debacle brought about by most European Governments, the extraordinary new vehicle excise bands and so on. The topic that is returned to more often than many others though is the stratospheric price of insurance for learners and new drivers out on the roads today. It is getting to the point where the additional cost is becoming prohibitively expensive.

Fortunately, Renault have decided to do something about it and have recently announced to MotorMartin an insurance offer from just £99 for buyers purchasing a chic New Clio or adventurous Captur crossover before the end of June 2017 through an authorised Renault dealer. This offer is in addition to existing financial sales offers.

Providing mis-fuelling cover, a courtesy car and 90 days’ EU cover as standard, Renault Insurance, in their own opinion, provides a truly comprehensive package. Any repairs will be carried out by Renault-approved repairers and technicians using Renault-approved parts, so preserving the vehicle’s generous four-year warranty and Renault Assistance scheme, which provides the ultimate peace of mind for four years or 100,000 miles. Great news.

Renault have explained to MotorMartin that this great offer applies to all new Captur and new Clio (with the exception of Renault Sport versions) retail orders placed between 10th March and 30th June and registered before 30th September 2017.

Full terms and conditions are available at and the insurance is open to buyers aged 21-79, private individuals only, with a current full UK licence.

It’s important to note that this insurance offer is only available when purchasing a Clio or Captur through Renault Finance, at participating dealers only and is in addition to existing Renault Finance schemes.

For more information about Renault’s model range and current finance offers, please visit, MotorMartin certainly recommends that you do, it could save you a packet.

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