PARIS — Renault SA is putting its revised Clio on the market just three years after it debuted at Geneva. “Competition is accelerating,” says Philippe Martin, the engineer in charge of putting the new engines in the cars. “The product cycles have to get shorter.” The costly facelift is all the more significant because the Clio will be new again in 2004, when it arrives on the common B platform developed with Renault's partner Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Although Clio's silhouette is unchanged, ...

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