Renault Zoe 2020 UK comment

Renault Zoe 2020 UK first drive review - hero front Modest power and a range of boosts to make a more balanced eV that more of its depth when driving Europe can't seem to get a compact enough Renault electric supermini. On the continent, there were more Zoes sold in January than any other EV, mainly due to an interior and exterior overhaul that also saw the introduction of a new, more powerful propulsion system and a larger battery. That car landed in the UK, with The 52kWh battery is good enough for a WLTP-certified 238 mile range. That's 30% more than the old car, which Renault plans to have a big impact on customers weighing in before having their next car electric. It also bodes well against the coming tide of affordable electric vehicles, including Honda e, mini electric, The Peugeot 208 and Vauxhall Corsa-e, of which only PSA models can claim to go further on a single charge, even though real-world driving will see the figure push under 200 miles in the summer months and closer to 160 in the winter. Renault sweetens the deal too with 7kw from the remote included in the price of the car, for those who make the switch to electric for the first time, although 50kw fast charging current is an optional equipment.

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