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  • #29257

    Trevor Larkum
    Keymaster

    Well done, Paul – glad you found an acceptable outcome.

    #29260

    andyfras
    Participant

    RCI battery rental seems to be like timeshare – it was a good idea at the time, but nobody thought about how difficult it would be to get out of later.

    #29261

    Buzzar
    Participant

    We got out of our “timeshare” after buying this baby outright with 17 miles on the clock!

    Old Zoe plus 5k,

    Got her 3 weeks ago and it feels so good, no more RCI shackles.

    #29262

    pauledg
    Participant

    Buzzar, I reckon you made one small step for humanity, one giant step for EVkind!

    #29263

    andyfras
    Participant

    Tell us about the wheels!

    #29264

    Buzzar
    Participant

    I had the alloy wheels fitted to replace the boring original steels.

    #29266

    Trevor Larkum
    Keymaster

    Nice!

    #29284

    sklblue
    Participant

    Glad the OP got a positive outcome. Where does that leave everyone when the battery lease ends but the finance doesn’t?

    I’m on the £87 lease. I was expecting to do 12,000 a year but due to horrendous roadworks, I have been working from home a lot so I’m nowhere near that now. My lease ends in around 8 months but will I be forced to take up another expensive one for the further year until my finance ends?

    I probably won’t get another Zoe purely because of the issues with the lease. It seemed like a good idea at the time!

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