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Dynamique Nav 5dr Auto

This new Renault Zoe Dynamique Nav 5dr Auto Hatchback has a 88 BHP Electric engine and a combined fuel economy of 0.0 miles per gallon. It comes with a full Renault 4 years / 100000 mile warranty and is available to order in a wide range of colours.

  • Electric
  • 88
  • TransmissionAutomatic
  • 0
  • n/a
  • 17E
  • 4 Years
    100000 mile
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  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • Parking Sensors / Park Assist
  • Climate Control
  • Air Conditioning
  • USB Connect
  • Rear View Camera
  • Isofix
  • Cruise Control
  • Automatic Headlights
  • Electric Windows
  • Traction control
  • Airbags

+ Driver Convenience
  • Bluetooth hands free phone with voice control system
  • Chameleon charger
  • Climate control air conditioning
  • Cruise control + speed limiter
  • EVSE charging cable
  • Electric power steering
  • Humidity sensor
  • Pollen filter
  • R-Link TomTom touchscreen navigation with USB, aux-in and SD card slot
  • Radio with 4x35W Arkamys 3D sound with 4 speakers and 2 tweeters
  • Rear parking sensors and rear view camera
  • Remote battery charging and charging and monitoring
  • Remote control for air conditioning
  • Slow speed pedestrian warning
  • Steering wheel mounted controls
  • Trip computer
+ Exterior Features
  • Automatic activation of hazard warning lights
  • Automatic headlights + automatic windscreen wipers
  • Black front grille with blue surround
  • Body colour bumpers
  • Body colour front door handles
  • Chrome blue headlight surrounds
  • Electric adjustable heated door mirrors
  • Electric front windows + one touch + anti-pinch
  • Electric rear windows
  • Gloss black door mirrors
  • Heated rear windscreen
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Rear privacy glass
  • Rear wiper
  • Tyre repair kit
+ Interior Features
  • 12V socket
  • Ashtray and cigar lighter
  • Cloth upholstery
  • Driver/passenger sunvisors and vanity mirrors
  • Folding rear seat
  • Front centre console storage box
  • Front door storage bins with bottle holder
  • Glovebox
  • Height adjustable rear head restraints
  • Height/reach adjust steering wheel
  • ISOFIX on front passenger and rear outer seats
  • Integrated front head restraints
  • Leather gearknob
  • Leather steering wheel
  • Luxury carpet
  • Stowage pocket in front passenger seat back
  • Twin front cupholders
+ Safety
  • 3 point rear seatbelts x3
  • Anti-lock Brake System + Electronic Brakeforce Distribution + Brake assist
  • Driver/Front Passenger airbags
  • Electronic Stability Programme + Anti-slip regulation traction control + Critical Sliding Velocity understeer control
  • Front head airbags
  • Front passenger airbag deactivation
  • Front side airbags
  • Height adjustable front seatbelts
  • Hill start assist
  • Seatbelt warning
+ Security
  • Deadlocking system
  • Hands free Renault card
  • Immobiliser
  • RAID (Renault Anti-Intruder Device)
  • Remote central locking
+ Other
  • Discovery Pack - Zoe

Euro NCAP is independent organisation providing motoring consumers with an impartial assessment of the safety performance of popular cars sold in the UK. See the full report on this vehicle.

  • Adult Occupant
    Adult Occupant: 89
  • Child Occupant
    Child Occupant: 80
  • Pedestrian
    Pedestrian: 66
  • Safety Assist
    Safety Assist: 85
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+ Ten Second Review
New Renault Zoe - Ten Second Review

The problem with electric cars to date has been two-fold; high prices and a restricted driving range. Renault is bent on changing that and the ZOE supermini starts from around no more than £14,000 once the government grant has been deducted from its price. Plus if you can afford a little more, it now comes with the option of a much more capable 41kWh Z.E. 40 battery that boosts the previous 149 mile operating range to as much as 250 miles. What's stopping you?
+ Background
New Renault Zoe - Background

If you've ever hankered after an electric car, there might have been a few impediments to an impending purchase. The first wave of electric cars didn't look very appealing. Never a good thing. Then came a second generation of vehicles that looked more like cars but which carried price tags that read like a bad joke. Electric cars were either cheap and horrible or expensive and barely adequate. One manufacturer above all is looking to change that and it's Renault.

The brand has already brought us the fun Twizy lightweight city car and even a Kangoo van featuring battery power. With this ZOE supermini though, the company's got really serious about all-electric concept, notably so with the introduction of the more capable 41kWh Z.E. battery we're going to talk about here.
+ Driving Experience
New Renault Zoe - Driving Experience

The ZOE is designed for city driving, so the steering has been geared to offer a smooth effortless feel. Likewise, the throttle pedal doesn't offer too much in the way of resistance but the brake responds to a good hoofing which seems a little odd at first. Like all electric cars, the ZOE feels eerily quiet as it pulls away, with no discernible engine noise other than a faint whine. This usually means you'll hear every bump and thump from the road as a result, but Renault has done a good job on chassis refinement and ride quality is excellent. To prevent pedestrians waltzing out in front of its silent approach, the ZOE emits a sound at low speeds but you can barely hear it at all from inside the vehicle. The 'Z.E. Voice' can be switched between three different sounds or can be completely switched off if you fancy a new bonnet ornament.

Handling is as good as you'd imagine for a car with such a low centre of gravity. The synchronous electric motor with rotor coil has a power output of 65kW, equivalent to 88hp, and instantly delivers maximum torque of 220Nm. Acceleration and pull-away are responsive from low speeds, while its top speed is limited to 84mph.

The key question though, concerns driving range. The original 22kWh battery - which continues to be offered - is certified as being able to offer 149 miles on the NEDC test cycle but Renault admits that a more realistic operating range is only just over 100 miles and we've found it to be less than that. The introduction of the brand's latest 'Z.E. 40' 41kWh battery is important then, boosting the NEDC test cycle reading to 250 miles and Renault's quoted 'real world' figure to 186 miles. That could make all the difference for potential electric car buyers.
+ Design And Build
New Renault Zoe - Design and Build

Remember this moment, because it might just be the time that electric car technology finally flirted with the mainstream. Most people would walk past the ZOE and not take it for anything other than Renault's latest cute little car. Rather refreshingly for a car of this kind, its design inspiration is sophisticated and grown-up. With curvaceous flanks and neat one-box shape, it's quite a good-looking thing.

The fascia is decidedly futuristic with a digital strip in place of the traditional clocks and a moulded centre stack dominated by a large colour touch screen. Some of the plastics aren't going to give Audi designers anything much to think about, but being built down to a price is very much the point of this car. It's no bad thing. The view out is extremely good as you sit rather high but a lack of seat height adjustability might prove an issue for taller drivers. As with most superminis, space in the back is more mini than super but access is good thanks to the standard five-door layout, and there's more than enough room back there for the kids. One substantial plus point is the 338-litre boot which extends to 1,225-litres should you fold the one-piece rear bench.
+ Market And Model
New Renault Zoe - Market and Model

The ZOE is offered in two basic trim levels: 'Expression Nav' and 'Dynamique Nav'. If you're happy with the lower-capacity 22kWh battery with its 106 mile real world range, prices start from around £14,000 once the £4,500 government Plug-in Car Grant is subtracted from the initially off-putting asking figure. You'll need to add battery hire to that though, which comes in from around £70 per month. If you go for the plusher 'Dynamique Nav' variant, then there's the option of a further 'Rapid Charge' variant equipped with a Chameleon Charger allowing you to boost your battery's charge by up to 80% in just 30 minutes, half the time needed with standard 22kWh models. You'll pay more of course, for a ZOE with the more sophisticated 'Z.E. 40' 41kWh battery, but many customers will think that outlay to be worthwhile to get themselves the longer 186 mile 'real world' driving range that this variant offers.

All derivatives feature the multimedia system, R-Link, as standard. To enable drivers to control its functions without taking their eyes off the road, R-Link features a big seven-inch display, steering wheel-mounted controls and voice recognition. It also delivers integrated connectivity with motoring services and applications available from the R-Link Store. Other standard ZOE features include Bluetooth, climate control, cruise control, Bluetooth, a Renault keycard and a speed limiter function.

Programmable pre-conditioning heats or cools ZOE's cabin when the vehicle is charging, so when the driver gets into the car, the cabin is just the right temperature and battery charge is saved in use. As a further neat touch, this can be activated remotely via the owner's smartphone.
+ Cost Of Ownership
New Renault Zoe - Cost of Ownership

We need to emphasise again that once you've paid the upfront cost of the car, you'll still need to budget around £70 per month for the hire of the battery. This covers you for use of the battery for 36 months and up to 7,500 miles per year and adds just over £2,500 to the three-year costs of running the ZOE. This brings with it a bunch of its own calculations. Add the £2 per day additional electricity costs and this would buy you maybe 750 miles of travel per month in a diesel supermini, or to put it another way, more than your ZOE battery hire agreement is buying you.

We've talked about range elsewhere in this test but the stats bear repeating: a real world figure of 106 miles for a model with the 22kWh battery or a much more maneageable range of 186 miles for a version with the preferrable 'Z.E. 40' 41kWh battery. Forget the NEDC test cycle readings quoted for these two derivatives (respectively 149 and 250 miles): they're just not achievable in normal motoring.

Three key technologies assist in giving the car respectable range; bi-modal regenerative braking, a heat pump and MICHELIN Energy E-V tyres. Customers also get a clever Chameleon charger that can replenish up to 80% of battery power in an hour if you find the right public charging station - or in just 30 minutes if you go for a 22kWh 'Rapid Charge' mdel or a 'Z.E. 40' 41kWh variant. Less powerful charging sources obviously take much longer and if you plug your ZOE into a normal domestic socket, it'll take up to 9 hours to replenish its charge, whatever model you happen to have chosen.

Where the ZOE scores a knockout blow is if you need to travel into congestion zones. London offers 100% exemption while Westminster council offers four hours free parking and a number of charging points. Renault still hasn't fully got round the issue that most urban drivers have to leave their cars parked on the street and so have no practical way of recharging from a home power point.
+ Summary
New Renault Zoe - Summary

This improved Renault ZOE represents another step towards the electric vehicle becoming a genuinely practical mode of transport for the average motorist. There are still a number of caveats that will inhibit mass take-up but most of these are due to the inherent nature of electric vehicles themselves, rather than any flaw in the ZOE in particular. On the contrary, it's a likeable little thing and might just be the most attractive electric vehicle currently on sale. If you have off-street parking and a short-ish and predictable urban commute, the numbers don't work out at all badly and there aren't many small cars that are much more relaxing to pilot through the city streets.

We think the potential range increase to as much as 186 miles will make all the difference for potential buyers, but the arithmetic still works out in favour of small diesel superminis on a pure costs basis. Until congestion charge areas only offer exemptions for zero emission vehicles, that's going to be very hard to change. The gap is small though and many drivers will be willing to pay a small premium for the ZOE's smooth ride, silent acceleration and feel-good vibe. If it works for you, why not?
Prices referred to in the review are MRRP

The information on this vehicle has been obtained in good faith from CAP data, and is based on the Manufacturer's standard specification. Any extras, such as upgraded wheels, may change this data. Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the above information, the vehicle specification and the vehicle picture shown, some inaccuracies may occur. Please check with your dealer about any items which may affect your decision to buy this vehicle. Fuel costs per mile calculated using average petrol and diesel prices.

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