You might want to Read the source, before you cite it.Meanwhile in Germany, some lunatic has drive their Zoe 22 kWh for 186,000 miles on the same pack.
Frédéric Richard, one of the very first owners of the Renault ZOE in France, recently reached a bold milestone of 186,000 miles covered since 2013.insideevs.com
Probably a complete coincidence that the pack is actively cooled...
The pack actually was replaced due to degradation relatively early, and the total cost of ownership has been outrageous for that unfortunate "lunatic".
The ATM, which obviously did little if anything to extend battery life, certainly was one factor in the very high TCO.
...We guess that the battery rental cost was so far over €15,000, while the electricity cost is around €4,000. €35,000 ($39,000) in total so far...
Past the 200,000 km (124,000 miles) the range significantly decreased so it was difficult to cover the distance, even one way (85 km/53 miles). The indicated range was 90 km. The gradual decrease of the battery capacity reached 71% of the original value (below 75% guaranteed by Renault when renting the battery pack). The French manufacturer replaced the battery with another "second-hand but in excellent condition", which took three days.
According to the article, Frédéric Richard is satisfied with the ZOE, and because of its completely "unsaleable" status (old car with rented battery)..."