Electric Renault Zoe Now Available to Order, Priced From £13,650

All electric Renault Zoe is now available to order, with a starting price of £13,650, including the Government plug-in car grant deduction. The battery is not included and is available for another £70 per month.

First Zoe’s will arrive at Renault dealerships in Spring 2013 and you can reserve one right now for just £49.

The Zoe is roughly a Clio sized electric supermini, though it is not based on the Clio as it is in fact designed from the ground up as an electric vehicle.

Range from a full charge is up to 130 miles, that according to Renault is the longest range of any electric vehicle with an NEDC cycle figure. Renault also points out, that real life numbers are generally different, and the Zoe is most likely to achieve around 60 miles in cold weather and 90 miles in warmer conditions.

Three trim levels are offered: Expression, Dynamique Zen and Dynamique Intens. ZOE is the first Renault vehicle to be presented with new multimedia system, Renault R-Link, which features a large 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.

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