Zoe 50 GTLine
Spot welds are pretty common on cars and lots of them have plastic covers for them on the roof. I wouldn’t call it a bodge. Frankly after 5 years of ownership I’ve never really noticed.Are they plastic or metal? I feel sorry for the demented robot tasked with sticking them on. Do other manufaturers use similar 'bits' on their cars? I know that the ID3 has the 'nappy' on the front - what is it hiding?
It's one of those things that start to annoy after a while - what else has Renault bodged?
Don't foget that the List price/BIK value of this car was £34075. I'm going to contact Renault UK to ask a few simple questios - such as what is the service interval, when is it due, how it is notified etc. This is supposed to be a function of the Trip Computer - so sign of it on my car.
Have a nice day.
My Renault app. The car has a signal - EE at 69%. Problem is my phone doesn't have a signal. So I've not played with the app. Handbook page 1.82. Trip computer and warning system should show the service interval 'Service in 1,210 miles or 3 months'. Oh no it doesn't. That's half the problem - I read the book. There is a disclaimer at the top that says 'The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY'. Can anyone else confirm this - anyone who has a ZE50?The service schedule is pretty clear - it even provides it on the My Renault app. Or look in the handbook that comes with the car.
A bit odd to have a phone without a signal. Or WiFi.Problem is my phone doesn't have a signal.
Yes, the handbook is a bit vague in places. I put that down to the French translation.Service schedule is just an example. My concern is that what the car does and the handbook says are different. Hence asking if any other ZE50 owners have the same 'problem'. Is the current charging rate displayed anywhere - p1.14 states 'the battery refil rate'. I assume that to mean 7.2 kW or say 22kW.