The Renault Zoe is an amazing EV, It solves two of the most common complaints about electric cars, the first being the high price tag and the second being paltry range.
The Renault Zoe is a five-door, Fiesta-sized hatchback can do up to 250 miles on a full charge, but the best bit is it costs less to buy than most other electric cars and comes with plenty of standard equipment, and when purchased new even includes a wall-mounted fast charger installed at your home.
The main issue however is a major draw back of the cheapest versions of the Zoe, you don't actually own the battery, which is a bit like not owning the fuel tank on your car. With the cheap variants you have to lease it separately. This monthly fee varies depending on what sort of mileage you do and how long you want the contract to last. In our view this defeats the cost saving over petrol or diesel compare to owning the battery pack yourself. It also adds complications when you buy or sell on the second-hand market.
You can buy the car and the battery together, but this pushes up the price significantly and makes the Zoe harder to justify. It also means that any issues with the battery after the four-year warranty period will be your problem.
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