So, the current models are “Expression Nav”, “Dynamique Nav”, and “Signature Nav”. The differences between these are reasonably clear from the Renault website, the most important being the ZE40 battery is only available on the Dynamique and Signature, not the Expression.
But looking at used Zoes, there’s the same Expression/Dynamique/Signature distinction, but instead of Nav, there’s Zen or Intens. It seems to correspond with year (2013 = Zen, 2014/2015 = Intens), so is Zen/Intens/Nav just different iterations over time? What’s the difference between them?
Afaik, one sneakey difference is that the Zoe I bought in 2013, took a fast charge,when I took the offer of changing to the the Renault motor new Zoe,I lost this charging option,Unless I paid hundreds of pounds to have it back again!
Same thing when I asked for Dab radio, couldn’t be done,pause a while, Unless you pay hundreds of pounds for something Ford cars have for years. Better brains than mine will translate the various Klingon model words for you,including, sneaky.
Don’t start me on the Renault Granny cable.
To be clear, the original models were mostly Intens or Zen (very few of the low end Expression were sold). Both had 43kW charging, while the Intens had the reversing camera and dark interior, and Zen had perfume diffuser and light interior. They were both replaced with the Dynamique Nav which was effectively the Intens without the rapid charging (which became an option).