2 year pcp deal on a Zoe Dynamique Intens for £69 per month ,no deposit +£45 month battery lease, or £72 month, £80 battery lease @ DSG Renault - HotUKDeals
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2 year pcp deal on a Zoe Dynamique Intens for £69 per month ,no deposit +£45 month battery lease, or £72 month, £80 battery lease @ DSG Renault

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DSG Renault are offering a 2 year pcp deal on a Zoe Dynamique Intens for £69 per month ,no deposit +£45 month battery lease, or £72 month, £80 battery lease on 7500 miles per annum (got local renault … Read More
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DSG Renault are offering a 2 year pcp deal on a Zoe Dynamique Intens for £69 per month ,no deposit +£45 month battery lease, or £72 month, £80 battery lease on 7500 miles per annum (got local renault dealer to match offer) also includes free BG home charge install
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#1
+ £5800 deposit
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shalton
+ £5800 deposit

£5800 deposit CONTRIBUTION, means they (Renault) are paying the deposit.

Not a bad price, but probably a very limited range on these cars?
#3
Pretty hot -no deposit £114 a month drive for 2 years and give it back!
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oh, sorry. I didn`t realise.
2 Likes #5
Up to 120 miles on one charge :):) - you never ever need gps with European maps..
#6
mate of mine had one of these on extended test hire, Very nice inside and quite nippy, Think he was getting about 70 miles range out of it
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Rimi
Up to 120 miles on one charge :):) - you never ever need gps with European maps..

Hahaha that's hilarious. Except that there's absolutely no reason why you couldn't go to Europe in one.
#8
My commute is only 14 miles a day, but unfortunately I need to go to customer meetings occasionally which would be over the range, and with very little chance of there being a charging point when I get to the meeting.
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Emeye
My commute is only 14 miles a day, but unfortunately I need to go to customer meetings occasionally which would be over the range, and with very little chance of there being a charging point when I get to the meeting.

https://www.zap-map.com/
1 Like #10
£114 a month for 5K
£152 a month for 7.5K

means 18p a mile. How does this stack up via the recent leaf deal?
Btw, for accurate comparison, your getting the top model here with all the bells and whistles


Edited By: poolman on May 09, 2015 08:48
#11
how it work? as it says
total amount payable - £10,002 for car .
#12
Im currently looking to purchase one of these however im wondering if you can buy out of the battery lease? The zoe-i models include a battery and cost £3300 ish more as the battery is fully paid for so, if i get say a 12month old used vehicle for say £8000 with under 2000 miles can i then buy the battery out of the lease or is it leased for life at around £600 a year? I actually cant find an answer to this online just wondered if any zoe owners are on here who might know the answer?
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I''m pretty sure that if the vehicle is registered new with the battery lease, it stays with the vehicle and there is no way of coming out of the Renault battery lease contract. Although you may change the original mileage lease of the battery for the new owner. Also new Renault's come with a 4 year free servicing and warranty if anyone is interested in the PCP deal.
#14
This actually seems almost too good to be true, I haven't slept all night so maybe I'm missing something? Apart from admin, credit facility and registration fees of course!
#15
Ta OP.
1 Like #16
Emeye
My commute is only 14 miles a day, but unfortunately I need to go to customer meetings occasionally which would be over the range, and with very little chance of there being a charging point when I get to the meeting.

I drove 245 miles in a single day in my Zoe only yesterday. Almost every motorway service station in England has rapid chargers now and they are currently free to use. I generally average 100 miles per charge through the summertime. Its a lovely car and would highly reccomend to anybody that is considering an EV : )
#17
neoboy
This actually seems almost too good to be true, I haven't slept all night so maybe I'm missing something? Apart from admin, credit facility and registration fees of course!

i agree... fuel saving alone can be 50-100 pounds depending on what you drive. Amazing deal, be quick and grab the deal.
#18
I have a type 2 pod point charging station would this car be able to use it?
#19
wildswan
I have a type 2 pod point charging station would this car be able to use it?

yes car comes with type 2 cable
#20
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fastmedium
wildswan
I have a type 2 pod point charging station would this car be able to use it?

yes car comes with type 2 cable


Cool. It's only a 3.5kwh and see they provide a 7kw. I take it the charging cycle is just 2 times longer.

I've got an etron on order which hasn't come yet. A Zoe would be good for the wife
#21
Excuse my noobiness but do the electric charge points at eg Supermarkets cost you to charge the car.
#22
I was shocked to hear that the charging is free of charge. Now that's a great deal. If Renault own the battery for the life time they have to recycle it or them at the end
1 Like #23
poolman
£114 a month for 5K
£152 a month for 7.5K
means 18p a mile. How does this stack up via the recent leaf deal?
Btw, for accurate comparison, your getting the top model here with all the bells and whistles

Ok, I might be missing something here..my 18p a mile is for the extra 2.5K miles over the std 5K allowance. In the small print, it says excess miles are charged at 6p a mile??
So why wouldn't you take the std 5K mileage deal and pay just 6p a mile, for your extra 2500 miles? That would make total monthly cost for annual 7.5K mileage = £127?


Edited By: poolman on May 09, 2015 09:46
#24
Don't get one of these. I like driving the only Zoe in my area and spend most days tittering at those who struggle to understand how I got a 100 yard jump on them at the lights...
#25
Looks like this particular model comes with rear parking sensors, rear camera, automatic wipers with rain sensors and auto lighting as standard options too.
#26
npnw1
I was shocked to hear that the charging is free of charge. Now that's a great deal. If Renault own the battery for the life time they have to recycle it or them at the end

Its not. There are a number of operators in the UK who provide charging at charging points, most of the operators are PAYG or upfront pay plan.

One or two are offering a free charge service for a limited period. Some you have to register for, some you can just charge from right away.

Some are only free to certain car brands eg. Tesla. From a certain point those who are out of the "new" period will need to pay in order to charge using swipe card.

If you want the fast charger at home you will need to pay to have that installed. Electricity is charged at your standard rate.


Edited By: groenleader on May 09, 2015 10:01
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poolman
poolman
£114 a month for 5K
£152 a month for 7.5K
means 18p a mile. How does this stack up via the recent leaf deal?
Btw, for accurate comparison, your getting the top model here with all the bells and whistles

Ok, I might be missing something here..my 18p a mile is for the extra 2.5K miles over the std 5K allowance. In the small print, it says excess miles are charged at 6p a mile??
So why wouldn't you take the std 5K mileage deal and pay just 6p a mile, for your extra 2500 miles? That would make total monthly cost for annual 7.5K mileage = £127?

There may be an excess for the battery lease too.
#28
Am I missing anything here? £114/m, 7kW chargebox, 5k miles a year.

Seems a brilliant deal.
#29
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Sunni
Am I missing anything here? £114/m, 7kW chargebox, 5k miles a year.

Seems a brilliant deal.


Looks a great deal
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dilettante
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poolman
poolman
£114 a month for 5K
£152 a month for 7.5K
means 18p a mile. How does this stack up via the recent leaf deal?
Btw, for accurate comparison, your getting the top model here with all the bells and whistles
Ok, I might be missing something here..my 18p a mile is for the extra 2.5K miles over the std 5K allowance. In the small print, it says excess miles are charged at 6p a mile??
So why wouldn't you take the std 5K mileage deal and pay just 6p a mile, for your extra 2500 miles? That would make total monthly cost for annual 7.5K mileage = £127?
There may be an excess for the battery lease too.

yep there is, thats the only the only drawback in this deal

lugsy3
Excuse my noobiness but do the electric charge points at eg Supermarkets cost you to charge the car.

yes they are free, some places have charges for parking though. My guess would be as more charge points become PAYG supermarkets would still remain free.
#31
Servicing?
#32
Those thinking about buying the battery outright need to consider that over time the battery pack will lose efficiency so the range will suffer. Apparently if you lease the battery Renault will swap it when efficiency drops to 75%.

How long it will take the battery to reach 75% I have no idea. But it does mean that over time the cars range will decrease until they replace the battery pack.

This probably means leasing is the way to go. Every two years get a brand new one!
#33
am I missing something as I can't see a link to click to go for it?
#34
muffboy
Servicing?

Negligible. Only a 2 yr deal. Might not even need one
#35
Where does it say that the battery needs to be kept beyond the two year lease period?
#36
Stupid question alert:

Do I need the Wallbox? I rent my home and I'm not sure the landlord will want one fitted. Is it possible to charge via a standard mains plug instead?

If not, I'll have to ask the LL is she minds. I guess it depends how easy it is to remove when we leave TBH.
#37
fastmedium
dilettante
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poolman
poolman
£114 a month for 5K
£152 a month for 7.5K
means 18p a mile. How does this stack up via the recent leaf deal?
Btw, for accurate comparison, your getting the top model here with all the bells and whistles
Ok, I might be missing something here..my 18p a mile is for the extra 2.5K miles over the std 5K allowance. In the small print, it says excess miles are charged at 6p a mile??
So why wouldn't you take the std 5K mileage deal and pay just 6p a mile, for your extra 2500 miles? That would make total monthly cost for annual 7.5K mileage = £127?
There may be an excess for the battery lease too.
yep there is, thats the only the only drawback in this deal
lugsy3
Excuse my noobiness but do the electric charge points at eg Supermarkets cost you to charge the car.
yes they are free, some places have charges for parking though. My guess would be as more charge points become PAYG supermarkets would still remain free.

The charge points are not run by the supermarkets. The companies that operate the charge points are like mobile phone companies and they are given the right to operate the charge points from the carpark owners on there own terms.

Its the long term costs that pose the biggest question mark.

That a side it should not put you off the deal as its only short term, its been going on a for a while as Renault et al are desperate to get examples on the road to boost awareness. As popularity increases the deals will be less good.

Things like Zap Map will give you a better idea of operators and costs.
#38
satchef1
Stupid question alert:

Do I need the Wallbox? I rent my home and I'm not sure the landlord will want one fitted. Is it possible to charge via a standard mains plug instead?

If not, I'll have to ask the LL is she minds. I guess it depends how easy it is to remove when we leave TBH.

They might let you leave it! Charging my normal mains is much slower.

Its 9.5 hours to charge from 1% to 100% in a wall socket.

Edited By: groenleader on May 09, 2015 10:48
#39
groenleader
satchef1
Stupid question alert:
Do I need the Wallbox? I rent my home and I'm not sure the landlord will want one fitted. Is it possible to charge via a standard mains plug instead?
If not, I'll have to ask the LL is she minds. I guess it depends how easy it is to remove when we leave TBH.
They might let you leave it! Charging my normal mains is much slower.

So mains does work? If that's the case then I can proceed either way.
#40
satchef1
groenleader
satchef1
Stupid question alert:
Do I need the Wallbox? I rent my home and I'm not sure the landlord will want one fitted. Is it possible to charge via a standard mains plug instead?
If not, I'll have to ask the LL is she minds. I guess it depends how easy it is to remove when we leave TBH.
They might let you leave it! Charging my normal mains is much slower.
So mains does work? If that's the case then I can proceed either way.

Yeah a domestic socket does work. At 9.5 hrs you work out your kilowatt hour charge and figure out how much it will cost you.

Just run the wire out of your letter box or under a garage door or something

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