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PHOTO CAPTION: Renault Zoe electric car: buying the batteries raises starting price to £18,443.

Renault Offers New Purchase Options on Zoe Electric Car

For the first time Renault is giving customers the option of owning the batteries in teh Zoe , as well as lease them.

Published: 01-Dec-2014

The Renault Zoe electric car can now be purchased outright, whereas buyers previously had to pay an additional monthly fee to lease the batteries.

Customers can still buy the Zoe under the old system, with battery hire costing as little as £25 per month depending on mileage. However, for the first time Renault is giving customers the option of owning the batteries; this raises the starting price of the Zoe from £13,995 (with a £5,000 Government grant) to £18,443.

The batteries of cars purchased under the new system will be covered by a five-year, 60,000-mile warranty. And these Zoes will feature an ‘i’ badge on the tailgate to ensure they're easily identifiable when cars reach the used market.


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