Sorry, but show me a ZOE 40 on Autotrader for less than £13k.
£11,500 is a steal.
Like the £9,750 leased Zoe I went to see a year ago and didn't buy? Or the £8,000 battery owned ZE20 that my MIL bought? Or the battery owned ZE40 that I bought (along with 2 others I saw). Or the very well priced Zoe that I nearly bought, but eventually was sold to @srichards?And it’s worth noting that dealers put underpriced cars on autotrader that are always sold to get you into the showroom
£11,500 seems cheap though
I never said it wasn’t possible to pick up bargainsLike the £9,750 leased Zoe I went to see a year ago and didn't buy? Or the £8,000 battery owned ZE20 that my MIL bought? Or the battery owned ZE40 that I bought (along with 2 others I saw). Or the very well priced Zoe that I nearly bought, but eventually was sold to @srichards?
And your evidence that these cars actually never existed...? I don't really understand your theory anyway. If these cars were sold when I rang to reserve them, I would have no reason to go to the dealer?
Possibly but I was in the market for nearly a year and never once did I come across it...so call me skeptical. Maybe you underestimate the number of sad gits like me that watch the market and pounce on good deals as soon as they appear? ?I never said it wasn’t possible to pick up bargains
£8000 for an ZE20 isnt exactly a bargain but I know what you are saying.
It’s a selling technique
but if it doesn’t exist then it doesn’t exist and they don’t say “but we do have one that’s just come in”
There is still a strong demand for a i-ZE20 due to their rarity. A comparative i-ZE40 is double the price....Yeah that’s good but still a 22 when demand was for the 40
Likely because the didn't have any other stock. Pretty rare to have more than one battery owned Zoe for sale at a time.well crap salesman if you rang up for a zoe, it was sold and he didn’t mention he had others in stock
I sold mine last month in under an hour. Could have sold it twice over.show a leased battery zoe that sells.
countless people here complained trying to sell zoes £1k under nationwide auto trader prices and being unable to sell them.
Probably nearer to £14k I'm afraid.The part exchange offers for my 2017 Dynamique Q90 40kwh Zoe with reversing camera and heated seat battery leased varied between £7500 and £8500. It had done 24000 miles and was classed as in very good condition. I’m guessing it will be up for sale for about £3000 more on a forecourt but I don’t want to look?
Ah, many a time have I phoned up a Renault dealer to ask about 'The Zoe' for them to never get back to me...
Can't imagine it will be around long. It's important to remember that any snap shot of used cars is invariably going to contain the cars priced at the higher end of the curve, as they tend to sit on the sites for longer at prices people aren't willing to pay. The ones priced at the point people are willing to buy at don't stay on long!
Personally I wouldn't pay more than that from a private seller, but certainly would post it for just shy of £12k and see what offers you get. Always worth seeing what EV dealers will offer and using that as a bench mark.