Renault UK is enhancing the offers available on its new Zoe all-electric supermini until the end of March in order to smooth the transition to the new Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG) that was announced as part of yesterday’s Budget. Until 31 March 2020, Renault UK will offer customers placing new retail/fleet orders for a new Zoe an additional £500 to top-up the new Plug-in Car Grant amount of £3,000 back up to the previous £3,500. This is in addition to the existing current retail incentive to switch of £1,000, meaning that a new Zoe will now start from £24,670 including PiCG and all retail discounts applied.
Renault has announced class-leading predicted Residual Values (RVs) of up to 42 per cent, according to industry experts CAP. Calculated over three years and 30,000 miles, Renault says that this figure compares strongly with other new all-electric models in the market.
The new all-electric Renault Zoe is now available to order, with prices starting at £18,670 with a separate battery lease, and customer deliveries from January 2020. The new generation Zoe features increased power and range, a host of technological improvements, an overhauled interior and new exterior looks.
Renault has unveiled its ‘Electrify July’ sales event, which sees its entire range of electric vehicles available with an additional manufacturer contribution of up to £1,000.
Renault has launched an updated Zoe with increased power and range, a host of technological improvements and distinctive new looks. The company says the launch of the third generation of its flagship vehicle in its 100 per cent electric range is a major milestone in its commitment to large scale electric vehicle development.
Renault has introduced a new model at the top of the Renault Zoe range. The new Renault Zoe S Edition replaces the previous Signature Nav version and brings extra equipment at a small premium over the Renault Zoe Dynamique Nav. Ordering is open now and deliveries of the Zoe S Edition begin in April.
2019 Diesel Car & Eco Car Used Car Top 50 – Our Best Used Electric Car, the Renault Zoe, is in 21st place
A supermini rather than a family car, the attractive Zoe is a stylish all-electric model that makes adopting electric motoring remarkably easy. Drive one around town in near-silence with zippy acceleration and zero tailpipe emissions and you’ll be convinced electric power is the future.
Electric vehicles are more popular than ever with May seeing an 18.7 per cent increase in the number of new pure electric vehicles registered, according to the SMMT. For motorists looking for a used electric vehicle, vehicle valuation experts at HPI have selected five of the best electric vehicles to buy under £10,000.
Pricing and UK specifications have been announced for the 2018 model year Renault ZOE. Starting from £18,420 OTR (including PiCG, excluding battery rental), the latest version of Europe’s best-selling EV now features the new R110 electric motor offering increased power but still with the same 186-mile claimed real-world range, which Renault says is the best real world range of any mainstream electric vehicle.