Depends on the car entirely. Which one are you thinking of?I was wondering more about how the value of the used battery will be computed? Is there a set formula based on SOH and life cycle remaining?
As ever, you seem to make a meal of things.What isn't made clear is if you sell a car with Battery hire there is a 2 stage process if you don't use a Renault dealer where if the dealer is unable to submit the second set of paperwork (say because of global pandemic lockdown) then RCI hold YOU still liable. Its a disgrace on RCIs part.
I've now been contacted by numerious ex-Renault owners who said they too have been dragged across the coals for leaving Renault and trading to another brand. In one case RCI carried on taking battery payments for 6 months before grudgingly refunding. BE WARNED!!!!
Good for you. Did you trade the car into Renault?As ever, you seem to make a meal of things.
I didn't have any problems selling the previous battery lease Zoe and transferring the lease.
I simply cancelled the direct debit and all was fine.
Oh, and I made money on the car.
I did that (after selling to a Renault dealer) and I was sent a letter by RCI a day later (1st Apr 2020). I didn't receive it until the 12th because of Covid. They want to know why I stopped the DD despite having had the PCP paid (by a Renault dealer). I asked my dealer several times to make sure the battery paperwork had been sent to RCI and finally was told it had been done (can ant of a trust a dealer?).I simply cancelled the direct debit and all was fine.
So did I. Prices have held up well. Contrary to the naysayers opinions.Oh, and I made money on the car.
Oh boy, EvNick. Our Mr Raimo can talk for England. His videos could easily be half as long. Can't watch him.But RZOC and EvNick said it was coming on 28th Feb 😂😂😂 they said it was 100% confirmed and even made videos about the process /s