|Kadjar||From €199 per month @ 3% APR|
|Clio||From €165 per month @ 4.9% APR|
|Captur||From €159 per month @ 3% APR|
|Megane||From €189 per month @ 4.9% APR|
|Scenic||From €239 per month @ 4.9% APR|
|Grand Scenic||From €249 per month @ 4.9% APR|
|Twingo||From €115 per month @ 3% APR|
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