Renault ZOE Z.E.40 Deals
We are offering a Renault ZOE Dynamique Nav R90 with Z.E.40 battery on 3 year PCP; this stands for Personal Contract Purchase and is currently the most popular way to buy a car because of its flexibility. You put down a deposit, pay an affordable monthly fee (less than many people spend just on petrol), and drive away a new car with fuel included. At the end of the three year term you can choose to pay an optional lump sum and keep the car, or you can just give the car back and upgrade to the latest model.
The new ZOE Z.E.40 comes in two versions, the Dynamique Nav and the Signature Nav. The Dynamique Nav is the most popular version as it is well specified with TomTom® satnav, climate control, electric windows, heated mirrors, cruise control & speed limiter, Bluetooth, remote control of climate control and charging, 16″ alloy wheels, auto lights and wipers, and rear parking sensors.
With a deposit of £999 prices start at £281 for 6000 miles per year to £337 for 15000 miles, including the first 10000 miles of home charging for free. Get your instant quote from the Fuel Included ZOE page.
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Through the end of October, cumulative sales of electric cars from Renault (since 2011) have crossed 120,000 units (excluding the LSV Twizy). October was another month of significant growth.
In total, 2,967 electric Renaults were sold last month, which is 46% more than one year ago.
That number included more than 2,300 Renault ZOEs, (up nearly 48%) and around 650 Kangoo ZEs.
Indeed, the new Kangoo Z.E., with a 33 kWh battery and 270 km (168 miles) of NEDC range or ~200 km (124 miles) real-world range, seems to be attracting a lot more buyers.
The average sales level of the Kangoo Z.E. in 2016 hovered around 330 units per month, and had more recently fallen to about 260 units per month in the first half of this year. Now, those sales are now back on the rise with the new larger battery version.
Total sales (all-time) of Kangoo Z.E. stand at around 28,500 units.
Overall, the Renault ZOE represents 1.4% of total passenger car sales from Renault worldwide so far this year (available only in Europe).
Source Inside EVs via Fuel Included News
Renault has revealed technology that enables self-driving cars to swerve to avoid obstacles in the road ahead – an industry first, the company claims.
The technology, demonstrated in a Renault Zoe named Callie, was tested against professional drivers’ reactions and avoided unexpected road obstacles and cones as effectively as those drivers.
The technology is seen as a key step on the road towards full, ‘mind off’ autonomy, which Renault aims to be one of the first brands to achieve.
Simon Hougard, director of Renault’s Open Innovation Lab in Silicon Valley, said: “At Groupe Renault, we are focused on being an innovation leader in products, technology and design. Our innovation efforts aim to develop advanced autonomous driving technologies that consumers can trust will create a safer, more comfortable journey.”
The lab’s main focus is safety in autonomous technology.
Under the brand’s Drive the Future mid-term strategy, it aims to have 15 models equipped with various levels of autonomy on sale within the next five years.
Read more: AutoCar via Fuel Included
The new Renault Zoe is an all-electric car with a no-compromise approach. With room inside for four and plenty of space for luggage, it’s as practical as any hatchback and has a range of up to 250 miles NEDC.
The Renault Zoe won the What Car? Electric Car Of The Year award in 2017, and was named a ‘Game Changer’ in the 2017 Autocar Awards. It’s packed with features that make electric driving easier, more efficient and more fun.
So, what better way to showcase its performance, range and technology than with a trip to Paris? Heart Breakfast presenter Nicola Hume and technology journalist David McLelland take the wheel and explain how to get the best from Renault’s award-winning all-electric car.
Read more: AutoCar via Fuel Included