Is it worth buying a Renault Zoe?

Is it worth buying a Renault Zoe?

The ZOE is far more spacious inside than the similarly sized Renault Clio, both for passengers and luggage. And its safety rating is impeccable. In fact, when it first appeared, the experts at Euro NCAP called it the safest supermini on sale. The ZOE is good to drive, but of more relevance is its range.

Are Renault Zoe reliable?

The ZOE has proven to be a reliable car so far. The previous-generation model was the highest-placed Renault in the most recent Driver Power owner satisfaction survey – finishing 37th in the top 75 car rundown.

How long does a Renault ZOE battery last?

As a pioneer of electromobility, Groupe Renault estimates that the lifespan of its batteries – for automotive use – is around ten years.

Are there any complaints about the Renault Zoe?

The Renault Zoe sets out to resolve two of the most common complaints about electric cars: the high price and the often feeble range between charges.

What’s the range of a Renault Zoe battery?

The former – a 52kWh pack that replaces the old car’s 41kWh battery – gives up to a third more range, for a claimed 245 miles between charges (that’s more, significantly more in some cases, than any of its rivals).

What’s the top speed of a Renault Zoe?

There are two motor outputs to choose from: the R110 gets 107bhp and a 0-62mph time of 11.4 seconds, while the R135 gets a beefier 134bhp and a 0-62mph time of 9.5 seconds, although both have sprightly 0-30mph sprint times of under four seconds.

Which is better Renault Zoe or renault captur?

You said the Renault Zoe interior was much better… A huge leap, frankly, from the old car thanks to significantly nicer materials and loads more tech. You still sit up super high like you’re in a Captur, but that odd faux-futuristic dial screen has gone, replaced with a more conventional 10.0-inch digital setup.