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31,700 miles
Ayr, South Ayrshire

Ideal first electric vehicle, perfect local runabout or second car. Quick off the lights, zero-emission driving.

£0 road tax. Full Renault service history, one former keeper on the V5C.

22kWh model with approx. 85+ miles range in summer and 70+ in winter. 22kW onboard charging for a full charge in around one hour.

Charge for free on some public chargers. A full charge at home costs approx. £3.30 (~15p/kWh), or £1.10 if you opt for a cheaper overnight tariff (~5p/kWh).

Three phase type 2 charging cable included in the sale, for home and public charging.

The car includes an efficient heat pump, providing warmth for the cabin without impacting range too much.

The car recently had an update for its battery management system (BMS), increasing the range available. The battery state of health (SOH) is currently 98% after five years, giving a usable capacity of approx 22.8kWh.

This is a battery lease model. Monthly rental is £49. The lease includes roadside assistance and Renault guarantee minimum battery capacity of 75%. You now have the option to buy out the lease for £3,000 (this drops to £2,750 on 30/11/2020).

The car is covered under Renault’s extended warranty. This cover is transferable and can be continued for approx. £339 per year (£33.90 per month over 10 months) until the car is 10 years old or passes 100,000 miles. The warranty is highly recommended for an electric vehicle, If you do decide to cancel then you cannot renew in future.

It is recommended to charge to a maximum of 80%, prolonging battery life (unless you are due to go on a long trip).

Selling as we have another electric vehicle and no longer need two cars. Rear tyres are new, front tyres due for replacement soon.

Usual wear for a vehicle of this age. The Zoe can suffer from sun glare due to its steep windscreen. We purchased a custom dash mat from Australia to reduce the glare, included in the sale price.

Please note that the battery lease MUST be transferred before releasing the car for sale.

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