Tuesday, 18 June 2013


Lowestoft learner drivers have an extra incentive to get behind the wheel as a local driving school has become the first in the area to take delivery of the all-new Renault Clio.

Andy Borrett, who runs L-Zone Driving School, snapped up the latest incarnation of the Clio from Lowestoft Renault dealer Mitchells last Friday and by Tuesday, he was already celebrating his first pass.

As part of the Renault network, Mitchells offers a package for driving instructors who choose Renault as their instruction vehicle, which gives them free metallic paint and cashback to pay for the installation of the dual controls.

The New Clio has already proved popular with learner drivers too.

From left: Mitchells Renault sales executive Mark Sherwood with Andy Borrett. Pics by Jonnie Kent.

Andy said: “I had the last version of the Clio and it was great. However, the new one is just fantastic too in how it drives and how smooth it is. It handles well and is comfortable for my pupils and for me too as I can be on the road for hours at a time.”

Matthew Huke-Jenner, Managing Director at Mitchells Renault said: “The New Clio has gone down a storm and we were delighted that
Andy came back to us for his second vehicle. The Clio has proved to be excellent for new drivers as it’s safe, economical and reliable but also great to look at and easy to drive.

“Students will love it, but it’s important that Andy is comfortable too as he will be in the car a lot. We wish him and all of his pupils the very best.”

For more information, click onto www.mitchellsrenault.co.uk or visit the dealership on Long Road, Lowestoft (01502 500950).

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