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Renault Zoe Dynamique Nav - £69 Deposit £139 per month (inc Battery for 7500 miles lease) for 24 Months @ DSG
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Found 3rd Jun 2015Found 3rd Jun 2015
Summary
  1. Found 3rd Jun 2015
As EV cars are hot, this caught my eye..(24 months PCP with the option to return the car and walk away at the end of the period) £69 per month with £69 deposit (5,000 miles) £73 p… Read more

I don't suppose that anybody has a screen grab of the DSG offer? My local dealer matched the offer. The car has taken 6 months to arrive and now they are having trouble putting the paperwork in place and want evidence of the offer they were matching GRRRRRR!

Bossworld

Is this still available?



​check the DSG website or give them a call

Is this still available?

I think DSG charge £100 for UK delivery so you could just do it over the phone.

Alternatively, the two cheapest dealers I've seen recently (on forums etc) are Lifestyle Tunbridge Wells (their website has a deal on which works out overall as the same cost as DSG but with £500 paid upfront) or someone on the myrenaultzoe forum said Greenhous in Shrewsbury just offered them £99 finance fee then £119 a month for 9k miles pa including battery rental. Look on myrenaultzoe forum under the topic "Cheapest deal at the moment".

So I popped into Renault Slough today and took the Zoe for a spin..... suitably impressed I started mentioning figures and costs. Unfortunately, Slough chap stated he couldn't match the DSG offer so what to do?

Any advice or should I contact DSG and take a 'loooong' drive to them?

Thanks in advance.....

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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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Found 9th May 2015Found 9th May 2015
Summary
  1. Found 9th May 2015
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… Read more

travelsport

I had a Zoe for 18 mnths, gave it back 6 mnths early...after 24000 miles, … I had a Zoe for 18 mnths, gave it back 6 mnths early...after 24000 miles, then got a 30k used 16 plate leaf, tekna 3.3, 5200 miles, for 13500£ outright...



​do you mean the 30kw version for that price? if so thats the cheapest i've ever seen one

dcmcquade

Don't disagree that the yeti is a marmite car, although I do like the … Don't disagree that the yeti is a marmite car, although I do like the small kodiaq/Tiguan looks of the new one. Had a look at the leaf but didn't really float my boat although I'm sure it drives great too. For me personally the yeti is worth the extra £50 or so for the added flexibility on the range/better quality? and just to try an ice again. Dipped my toe in the water not really expecting to fall in love with an electric car so completely expect to come back to one in two years time and look forward to having a wider choice to choose from then. Be interested to see what you go for after the leaf.


I had a Zoe for 18 mnths, gave it back 6 mnths early...after 24000 miles, then got a 30k used 16 plate leaf, tekna 3.3, 5200 miles, for 13500£ outright...

..although you could always leave the existing charging point in situ and get a second charginf point added for the Leaf. OLEV grant says you can. Up to you.

Tooney

I went for an untethered type 2 socket wall box


Smart move. The the Leaf comes with a Type 1 to Type 2 cable anyway.

For these with a Type 2 tethered charging point, it's possible to buy a Type 1 tethered cable and change over without too much hassle. Don't forget to also buy a Type 1 holster.

The one built in to the car or the wall box? I went for an untethered type 2 socket wall box so I'd just need a lead, which I'd need to use public chargers and my work chargers anyway (I believe the leaf only comes with a granny?). In car I'm still not sure, I may have to spec the 6.6kW charger as 3.3kW just sounds too limited.
Edited by: "Tooney" 22nd Mar

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