richtrash· The best there is at what I do
Does the Zoe have 22kW charging capability and does it have battery leasing.After a couple of very unpleasant months commuting in a Suzuki Swift, I've decided that I need to increase the budget and get back into an EV.
I've got an absolute maximum budget of £20k. The most important considerations are reliability, range, comfort and maintenance costs (in that order).
The two cars that seem to most closely fit the bill are:
1. Renault Zoe R135 52kWh (Rapid Charge)
Pros: range; infotainment; Renault dealership is closer to me
Cons: reliability; the dealership may be closer but the staff are ****
2. Nissan Leaf 40kWh
Pros: more comfortable at motorway speeds; reliability (although a few surveys I found online said otherwise)
Cons: range; infotainment; dealership is miles away
Any and all advice and suggestions welcome.
The Leaf probably has CHAdeMO charging which is becoming rarer.