About the Renault ZOE
Sitting closer to the budget end of the electric car market is the Renault ZOE. Based on the Clio, it's pretty fast, pretty fun and pretty great to drive.
245 miles (WLTP)
8 year waranty
or 100,000 miles
Its price point means that some of the finish feels slightly less luxurious than others, but that's less of a concern at this fantastic price point. What the Renault Zoe does well is performance. A good battery means decent mileage and its neat and compact design is so good for city driving (and city parking).
0-60 in 8.2s
Renault have some decent credentials in the electric vehicle market, starting way back in 2008 with the announcement of the Z.E (Zero Emissions) division. So they're a company that have invested in electric cars, and clearly believe in them. The Renault ZOE is an important part of their story
Fuel cost comparison
Fuel cost (yearly)
Away from the city (or town), the range of 185 miles is pretty good, and there's enough power to make driving the Renault ZOE a lot of fun on the motorway. It's a good, honest,and fun electric car at a great price.
Looking to go electric for your second car? Looking for low lease costs and low running costs?
You'll do a lot worse than choose the Renault ZOE.
Nowt better in the class for the money – there’s space, style, smooth drive, and that all-important range
It might be a small electric car, but it deceives you into thinking its a standard hatchback
Octopus Electric Vehicles
*All cost comparisons are based on driving 8000 miles per year, charging at home from an empty battery to a full one, for an Octopus Energy customer on Octopus Go, the tariff designed for EV drivers. If you regularly use charging networks this might be slightly different