New RENAULT ZOE Fully Electric car (SAVE 36%) 80kW Dynamique Nav R110 40kWh 5dr Auto - £13,995 @ New Car Discount
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New RENAULT ZOE Fully Electric car (SAVE 36%) 80kW Dynamique Nav R110 40kWh 5dr Auto - £13,995 @ New Car Discount

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Posted 4th Oct
SAVE 37% ON NEW RENAULT ZOE

Brand new Renault Zoe fully electric EV 5 door car in limited colours on this offer / Renault battery lease is required as part of this purchase , as an example its £69 a month if you cover 6000 miles per year.

Finance example via sainsburys loans 2.9%apr - example only, rates can vary due to personal circumstances. Based on a loan of £14,000 over 60 months = cost per month £259.70 per month. Then plus battery hire @ £69 per month = TOTAL PER MONTH £328.70 per month.

Plus you own the car at the end of the agreement (but not the battery).


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Not eligible for road tax so yearly cost is zero & quoted with 186 mile range.

Good guide here:


Similar size to a current generation clio but with larger boot & good interior space. Quoted mileage is 186.

Decent spec including, elec windows, climate, LED lights, auto transmission, cruise control, touch screen, sat nav & phone connectivity, rear park assist & auto headlights.

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  • Comes with 3yrs warranty & free delivery.

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  • Electric front windows + one touch + anti-pinch
  • Automatic rain sensing wipers
  • Electric rear windows
  • Heated rear windscreen
  • Rear privacy glass
  • Rear wiper
  • Electric front windows + one touch + anti-pinch
  • ABS+EBD+Brake assist
  • ESP + ASR traction control + CSV understeer control
  • Hill start assist
  • Luxury carpet
  • Bluetooth hands free phone with voice control system
  • Bluetooth connectivity with voice control
  • Cruise control + speed limiter
  • Eco mode
  • Electric power steering
  • Rear parking sensor
  • Slow speed pedestrian warning
  • Chameleon charger
  • EVSE charging cable
  • Remote control for air conditioning
  • R-Link TomTom touchscreen navigation with USB, aux-in and SD card slot
  • TFT display screen
  • Trip computer
  • Service interval indicator
  • Electric adjustable heated door mirrors
  • Gloss black door mirrors
  • Wing mirror mounted indicators
  • Battery charge indicator
  • Steering wheel mounted controls
  • Black front grille with blue surround
  • Body colour bumpers
  • Body colour front door handles
  • Chrome blue headlight surrounds
  • Automatic activation of hazard warning lights
  • Automatic headlights + automatic windscreen wipers
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Automatic hazard lights activation under emergency braking
  • Bi-halogen optical projector headlights
  • Rear fog lights
  • Heating/Cooling/Ventilation
  • Climate control air conditioning
  • Humidity sensor
  • Pollen filter
  • 12V socket
  • Ashtray and cigar lighter
  • Front centre console storage box
  • Front door storage bins with bottle holder
  • Glovebox
  • Height/reach adjust steering wheel
  • Internal chrome door handles
  • Leather gearknob
  • Leather steering wheel
  • Stowage pocket in front passenger seat back
  • Twin front cupholders
  • Discovery Pack - Zoe
  • 3 point rear seatbelts x3
  • Driver/Front Passenger airbags
  • Front head airbags
  • Front passenger airbag deactivation
  • Front side airbags
  • Height adjustable front seatbelts
  • Seatbelt pretensioners with load limiters
  • Seatbelt warning
  • Tyre pressure monitor
  • Folding rear seat
  • Height adjustable rear head restraints
  • Integrated front head restraints
  • ISOFIX on front passenger and rear outer seats
  • Deadlocking system
  • Hands free Renault card
  • Immobiliser
  • RAID (Renault Anti-Intruder Device)
  • Remote central locking
  • Vanity Mirrors
  • Driver/passenger sunvisors and vanity mirror
  • Michelin 195/55 R16 tyres
  • Tyre repair
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need to get this battery leaseing carry on stopped, no way would i pay £14k then have to stump up for battery.
14k for a lease battery is not a deal.
I bought mine with battery ownership for 18k.

Lease costs more than petrol and ownership comes with 8 years warranty on the battery.

There's absolutely no savings to be had from a leased battery ev.. Whoever disagrees they either fail to add in the lease costs to their calculations, ignore that the leased versions are nearly impossible to sell privately (most just give up and hand them to a dealership for £4k) and so on.

No to mention that the new zoe is coming out later this year with 50kwh battery and nicer interior/ccs charging/rear brake discs (this one has drums) etc.
Edited by: "cbflazaro1" 4th Oct
Sorry, No battery Lease for me either.
lju04/10/2019 20:30

Bought for 5k sold for 7.5k. Used prices are going up at the moment.


Yeah some soul paid 20k for it, paid £1k on lease every year after that and sold it to you for £5k.
Thank you for making my point
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need to get this battery leaseing carry on stopped, no way would i pay £14k then have to stump up for battery.
Real world distance it can cover is at best 80% of quoted acording to recent tests. And that's if you are lucky. What car said they got on average 150 out of a new one bet its more like 130 in the winter with heater and lights running. Plus the deprecation on them is terrible
"Huge spec" including electric *front* windows
Sorry, No battery Lease for me either.
14k for a lease battery is not a deal.
I bought mine with battery ownership for 18k.

Lease costs more than petrol and ownership comes with 8 years warranty on the battery.

There's absolutely no savings to be had from a leased battery ev.. Whoever disagrees they either fail to add in the lease costs to their calculations, ignore that the leased versions are nearly impossible to sell privately (most just give up and hand them to a dealership for £4k) and so on.

No to mention that the new zoe is coming out later this year with 50kwh battery and nicer interior/ccs charging/rear brake discs (this one has drums) etc.
Edited by: "cbflazaro1" 4th Oct
o0bean0o0head0o04/10/2019 20:09

Real world distance it can cover is at best 80% of quoted acording to …Real world distance it can cover is at best 80% of quoted acording to recent tests. And that's if you are lucky. What car said they got on average 150 out of a new one bet its more like 130 in the winter with heater and lights running. Plus the deprecation on them is terrible


Depends on your driving. Some have done 250 miles on this car driving like an old lady.
It's more accurate (the 186mile claim) than the non plugin hybrids that claim 100+ mpg when they (at best) match an eco diesel consumption figures (50-60mpg)
japes04/10/2019 20:09

"Huge spec" including electric *front* windows


And drum rear brakes. (yes I'm serious, cueck it, I have a zoe myself)
cbflazaro104/10/2019 20:11

14k for a lease battery is not a deal.I bought mine with battery ownership …14k for a lease battery is not a deal.I bought mine with battery ownership for 18k.Lease costs more than petrol and ownership comes with 8 years warranty on the battery.There's absolutely no savings to be had from a leased battery ev.. Whoever disagrees they either fail to add in the lease costs to their calculations, ignore that the leased versions are nearly impossible to sell privately (most just give up and hand them to a dealership for £4k) and so on. No to mention that the new zoe is coming out later this year with 50kwh battery and nicer interior/ccs charging/rear brake discs (this one has drums) etc.


Sold my last Zoe privately last month within 2 weeks. Also sold it for 2.5k more than I paid for it 14 months previously and it was a lease version.
lju04/10/2019 20:14

Sold my last Zoe privately last month within 2 weeks. Also sold it for …Sold my last Zoe privately last month within 2 weeks. Also sold it for 2.5k more than I paid for it 14 months previously and it was a lease version.


U bought it used. Mine was 18k owned battery new.
Edited by: "cbflazaro1" 4th Oct
cbflazaro104/10/2019 20:16

U bought it used. Mine was 18k owned battery new.


I did buy it used, my reply was to your other points which are simply not true.
Fjurg-Van-Der-Ploeg04/10/2019 20:05

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Agreed but if you had to commute in & out of London for example and with other cities due to announce similar LEV (low emmision zones) then it becomes a good option in my opinion even with the battery lease cost.
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 4th Oct
So its great saving yourself £150-250 road tax and then you gotta pay £828 for a battery yearly hmmmmm
lju04/10/2019 20:17

I did buy it used, my reply was to your other points which are simply not …I did buy it used, my reply was to your other points which are simply not true.


How much have you paid for it.
Advertise_here04/10/2019 20:22

So its great saving yourself £150-250 road tax and then you gotta pay £828 …So its great saving yourself £150-250 road tax and then you gotta pay £828 for a battery yearly hmmmmm


Over £1300 with unlimited mileage
Deal title is misleading as you *must* pay more than the impressively discounted headline price.
cbflazaro104/10/2019 20:28

How much have you paid for it.


Bought for 5k sold for 7.5k. Used prices are going up at the moment.
ShaneDarch04/10/2019 20:20

Agreed but if you had to commute in & out of London for example and with …Agreed but if you had to commute in & out of London for example and with other cities due to announce similar LEV (low emmision zones) then it becomes a good option in my opinion even with the battery lease cost.


They'd still be better off with battery ownership.
lju04/10/2019 20:30

Bought for 5k sold for 7.5k. Used prices are going up at the moment.


Yeah some soul paid 20k for it, paid £1k on lease every year after that and sold it to you for £5k.
Thank you for making my point
cbflazaro104/10/2019 20:30

They'd still be better off with battery ownership.


Depends on lots of factors including how long you intend to keep it and the mileage you cover.
cbflazaro104/10/2019 20:32

Yeah some soul paid 20k for it, paid £1k on lease every year after that …Yeah some soul paid 20k for it, paid £1k on lease every year after that and sold it to you for £5k.Thank you for making my point


Utter nonsense. Nobody has ever paid 20k for a lease Zoe. I have seen them new for less than 12k in the past. A battery owned would be around 5k more, so it obviously depends on how long you intend to keep it etc if it is worth spending the extra on battery owned. All down to individual circumstances and not clear cut.
Why would you lease a battery ? So this is for lifetime
Real shame on battery lease, otherwise would have gave this a heat...
And don't forget if the battery is leased you have a warranty for ever including Renault guaranteeing capacity. What happens to yours if it fails after your warranty expires?
wakkaday04/10/2019 20:36

Why would you lease a battery ? So this is for lifetime


Makes initial purchase price cheaper. Also gets warranty, European breakdown cover including running out of charge.
lju04/10/2019 20:35

Utter nonsense. Nobody has ever paid 20k for a lease Zoe. I have seen them …Utter nonsense. Nobody has ever paid 20k for a lease Zoe. I have seen them new for less than 12k in the past. A battery owned would be around 5k more, so it obviously depends on how long you intend to keep it etc if it is worth spending the extra on battery owned. All down to individual circumstances and not clear cut.


Doesn't depend on how long you gonna keep. Depends on the life of the car.

95+% of leased zoes will last over 10 years, renault will make more than that £5k initial price difference on lease, which means lease is only beneficial for renault.

You bought one for 5k and sold it for 7 something, great to you, but how much did the first owner lost?
Also don't forget to add the lease costs into your 5,probably you didn't make any profit then.

Also don't forget that some people got the ze40 battery owned for £16k new and some are still being sold used/prereg for 17-20.

EVs used pricing had a bump when the government thing gone from 5k to 3.5k. That's the only reason why u sold yours for more, but a owned battery one would have the exact same outcome if bought and sold at same time as you. Which is totally irrelevant for someone buying a new leased zoe now.
lju04/10/2019 20:38

And don't forget if the battery is leased you have a warranty for ever …And don't forget if the battery is leased you have a warranty for ever including Renault guaranteeing capacity. What happens to yours if it fails after your warranty expires?


8 year warranty if you own the battery.
After 8 years I already saved £10k on lease payments and my car is worth 5k+ more than the leased version. Even changing a battery at 8years and 1 month old (which is less than 1% chance) I'm still better off than leased
Edited by: "cbflazaro1" 4th Oct
Battery lease nonsense kills it completely, no thanks.
cbflazaro104/10/2019 20:42

Doesn't depend on how long you gonna keep. Depends on the life of the …Doesn't depend on how long you gonna keep. Depends on the life of the car.95+% of leased zoes will last over 10 years, renault will make more than that £5k initial price difference on lease, which means lease is only beneficial for renault.You bought one for 5k and sold it for 7 something, great to you, but how much did the first owner lost?Also don't forget to add the lease costs into your 5,probably you didn't make any profit then.Also don't forget that some people got the ze40 battery owned for £16k new and some are still being sold used/prereg for 17-20.EVs used pricing had a bump when the government thing gone from 5k to 3.5k. That's the only reason why u sold yours for more, but a owned battery one would have the exact same outcome if bought and sold at same time as you. Which is totally irrelevant for someone buying a new leased zoe now.


Of course it depends how long you are going to keep it. Battery lease starts at £49 a month, break even is obviously when your lease costs exceeds the 5k difference in price. How many people keep a car 8 years? What will a Zoe be worth at 8 years old? I'd guess very little as technology will have moved on. You are obviously happy with battery owned and I was happy to lease mine. Everyone has that choice to make and it will depend on individual circumstances as to which they choose to buy.
Fjurg-Van-Der-Ploeg04/10/2019 20:40

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lju04/10/2019 20:50

Of course it depends how long you are going to keep it. Battery lease …Of course it depends how long you are going to keep it. Battery lease starts at £49 a month, break even is obviously when your lease costs exceeds the 5k difference in price. How many people keep a car 8 years? What will a Zoe be worth at 8 years old? I'd guess very little as technology will have moved on. You are obviously happy with battery owned and I was happy to lease mine. Everyone has that choice to make and it will depend on individual circumstances as to which they choose to buy.


Whatever miles or how long you keep it for, ownership (even if you have to pay the extra on a loan) will cost you less than leased one once you account for resale price.
The car on this post doesn't cost £49 a month on lease, don't deceive people, it costs from £69 to 119, that's £8xx (limited to less than 100 miles a week) to £13xx a year (unlimited).

Your £5k lease cost "breaking even" with ownership is ignoring the resale cost. Check used zoes, all battery owned ones are worth AT LEAST 5K MORE than leased ones and sell much faster. The 5k extra initial investment in the battery is returned in full on resale. Your lease... Its 100% depreciated cost.

In many situations, specially if you do less than 15k miles a year (most people) a small petrol is also cheaper than the leased zoe.

Just do the maths.
Edited by: "cbflazaro1" 4th Oct
This looks like the older model Zoe, new model available in January
cbflazaro104/10/2019 20:54

Whatever miles or how long you keep it for, ownership (even if you have to …Whatever miles or how long you keep it for, ownership (even if you have to pay the extra on a loan) will cost you less than leased one once you account for resale price.The car on this post doesn't cost £49 a month on lease, don't deceive people, it costs from £69 to 119, that's £8xx (limited to less than 100 miles a week) to £13xx a year (unlimited).Your £5k lease cost "breaking even" with ownership is ignoring the resale cost. Check used zoes, all battery owned ones are worth AT LEAST 5K MORE than leased ones and sell much faster. The 5k extra initial investment in the battery is returned in full on resale. Your lease... Its 100% depreciated cost. In many situations, specially if you do less than 15k miles a year (most people) a small petrol is also cheaper than the leased zoe.Just do the maths.


Battery rental starts at £59 a month on this car. Mine was a 22kw so was £49 a month. We can only guess what resale prices will be in the future. I've never owned a car that has gone up in value before like the Zoe did. As previously stated you are happy with yours and others (including me) are happy with the lease model.

I agree an ICE vehicle is cheaper to run for most people, including me. I've gone back to a diesel and I spend less on fuel than I did to lease the battery on the Zoe. It's nowhere near as nice to drive but I don't suffer from range anxiety or worry about repair costs once it's out of manufacturers warranty. Any EV which requires repair outside of warranty can potentially cost £1000s as I'm sure you are aware.
lju04/10/2019 21:06

Battery rental starts at £59 a month on this car. Mine was a 22kw so was …Battery rental starts at £59 a month on this car. Mine was a 22kw so was £49 a month. We can only guess what resale prices will be in the future. I've never owned a car that has gone up in value before like the Zoe did. As previously stated you are happy with yours and others (including me) are happy with the lease model. I agree an ICE vehicle is cheaper to run for most people, including me. I've gone back to a diesel and I spend less on fuel than I did to lease the battery on the Zoe. It's nowhere near as nice to drive but I don't suffer from range anxiety or worry about repair costs once it's out of manufacturers warranty. Any EV which requires repair outside of warranty can potentially cost £1000s as I'm sure you are aware.


Regardless of all this. 14k is not a deal. You can get this spec (ze40 leased battery) for 12k in carwow with very little haggling
ZE50 is out soon
cbflazaro104/10/2019 21:08

Regardless of all this. 14k is not a deal. You can get this spec (ze40 …Regardless of all this. 14k is not a deal. You can get this spec (ze40 leased battery) for 12k in carwow with very little haggling


I don't disagree. I certainly wouldn't pay 14k for a lease Zoe or £19k for a battery owned. Used prices have also gone crazy. Cars that were 4k used a year ago are now 7k and are, in my opinion too expensive when taking running and potential repair costs into consideration.
Not worth it! I could buy better car for that money and spend £69 on fuel every month if I only drive 6000 miles a year.
lju04/10/2019 21:11

I don't disagree. I certainly wouldn't pay 14k for a lease Zoe or £19k for …I don't disagree. I certainly wouldn't pay 14k for a lease Zoe or £19k for a battery owned. Used prices have also gone crazy. Cars that were 4k used a year ago are now 7k and are, in my opinion too expensive when taking running and potential repair costs into consideration.


I bought new for 18k (comes with free wall charger) and I will take on warranty extension after year 3 (warranty for whole car) up to 10 years for £289 extra a year after year 3.
That's £20k for a brand new car with 10 years warranty that costs 1-2p per mile to run. Made sense to me.
cbflazaro104/10/2019 21:15

I bought new for 18k (comes with free wall charger) and I will take on …I bought new for 18k (comes with free wall charger) and I will take on warranty extension after year 3 (warranty for whole car) up to 10 years for £289 extra a year after year 3.That's £20k for a brand new car with 10 years warranty that costs 1-2p per mile to run. Made sense to me.


Just be aware the warranty after 3 years is not with Renault but a third party warranty. It is currently £289 a year but could be increased at any point (none of us can see into the future). Mine was a 16 reg so had 4 years manufacturers warranty, I didn't want to keep it after this expired due to warranty / repair concerns. Hopefully your remains trouble free and/or the warranty covers any major issues.
wakkaday04/10/2019 20:36

Why would you lease a battery ? So this is for lifetime


A couple of years or so ago people were saying "why but an electric car when after 3 or 4 years the battery will lose so much capacity that you'll have to spend thousands on a replacement" so it seemed that renting the battery so that the manufacturer was responsible for replacing a dud battery was a good idea. I think since then the evidence is showing that batteries don't degrade as fast as the pessimists assumed so that the cost/benefit factors have moved since then.
Edited by: "deshepherd" 4th Oct
o0bean0o0head0o04/10/2019 20:09

Real world distance it can cover is at best 80% of quoted acording to …Real world distance it can cover is at best 80% of quoted acording to recent tests. And that's if you are lucky. What car said they got on average 150 out of a new one bet its more like 130 in the winter with heater and lights running. Plus the deprecation on them is terrible


Used values the ZE40 (and Nissan Leafs) are holding their value very well as demand is high at the moment. The problem with the R110 is the that the max rate you can charge charge is 22kwph.
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