The My Renault Zoe website is a personal blog, not officially endorsed by Renault.

I’m a big fan of electric cars and was on the waiting list for a Renault Zoe for fifteen months. I finally took delivery of mine at the end of July 2013 and am hugely impressed with it – it’s an electric car that I believe is a gamechanger in the marketplace.

My Renault ZOE Intens (Image: Trevor Larkum)
My Renault ZOE Intens (Image: Trevor Larkum)

On this site I provide a ‘one-stop shop’ of information and news on the Renault Zoe. I also give a personal account of my experiences with the Zoe over 40,000+ miles.


Update: I now supply the Renault ZOE through a new business, Fuel Included Limited. For more details visit our website at FuelIncluded.com.

Trevor Larkum

Email: trevor.larkum [at] FuelIncluded.com

Renault Twizy
Test driving a Renault Twizy while waiting for a Zoe

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    Trevor Larkum

    I went for the blue. However, technically, I ‘reserved’ a blue one. The official ordering has only just started in France and is due to start in the UK in November. Renault should honour those who made reservations and allow them to order ‘ahead of the crowd’ – but it isn’t guaranteed that this will happen.


    Alan Strutt

    Great site, thanks. I ordered a Zoe a couple of months ago. I had a Ford Think Electric Car in 2001. I had it for 2 years on loan from Ford until they cancelled the program. I have an Axiam Mega City at the moment. Looking forward to getting the Zoe


    Trevor Larkum

    Alan – welcome!



    Hi Trevor I seem to have been banned from the forum
    Please can you look into this
    Thanks Simon (spider)


    Trevor Larkum

    Of course, have sent email.


    Trevor Larkum

    Updated page (and user gravatar/profile picture) with a recent photo.



    I’ ve been at this interesting forum for little over a year now. It’s been fun to read the anticipation of ZOE and then the actual deliveries. It’s still not possible to buy Zoe in Slovenia though. The chief importer says, they’re still educating personel and considering the cost of special tools etc.
    Perhaps it would be a good idea, if there could be a meter, where members of forum who already have the car, could answer(and later change the answer if sth. comes up) a simple question:
    If I knew, what I know now, I would buy ZOE again:
    % yes
    % no
    It would help us, who still wait for the possibility to go electric and would provide a fast answer to anyone searching for info here.


    Trevor Larkum

    Welcome back, Mitsch. The poll is a good idea – I’ve added it here:

    Would you still buy your Renault ZOE (knowing what you know now)?



    Threads are getting overrun by pages of off-topic text! Need to block or limit size of text-field. Otherwise, great forum with great potential. Bravo.


    Trevor Larkum

    strangerover, unfortunately that’s not an option on this forum, all I’ve been able to do is reduce the frequency of posting which should help a little. In all cases I delete spam, and the user, as soon as I see it (which is usually middle of the evening most days).

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