Renault scraps battery leasing option on new ZOE and offers 0% PCP

Electric Cars

The New Renault ZOE has been refreshed inside and out, while its new 52kWh battery results in a class-leading range of 245 miles according to the latest WLTP calculations. The addition of faster 50kW DC rapid charging will further add to the chic superminis appeal.

Inside, New ZOE has been treated to an equally thorough redesign and enhanced technology, including the addition of a 10-inch driver instrument display panel and EASY LINK infotainment system with a portrait touchscreen screen up-to 9.3-inch in size. The New ZOE is available with a new upholstery that is entirely made from recycled materials.

Previously the model was available with a battery leasing option, bringing the initial purchase price of a Renault EV to be as close as possible to that of an equivalent diesel vehicle, whilst offering the comfort of an improved battery warranty.

For the new model, battery leasing has been taken away, but a offer a 0% APR PCP has been added. The innovative electric hatchback is now available in Play R110 Z.E.50 guise from as little as £269 per month with a deposit of £2,995. Customers can take advantage of this offer immediately, with New ZOE available to order now.

The 0% Renault Selections PCP finance package is available on all New ZOE models over a 24-month term. Under the scheme, monthly payments range from just £269 for the Play R110 Z.E.50 up to £309 for the flagship GT Line R135 Z.E.50 with optional 50kW DC rapid charger that can deliver up to 90 miles range in as little as 30 minutes.

Dropping the battery option significantly improve the vehicles residual values. Second hand buyers where often put off by the need to continue to pay the battery lease.

The offer of only a Full Purchase option simplifies the choice for customers and is in line with the rest of the Renault Z.E. range and the UK electric vehicle market.


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