Renault Kangoo ZE ML20 33 Electric Van 24m Lease - 15k miles p/a - No upfront + £234 pm + £119 admin = £5735 (£4779 exc VAT) @ Vertu Motors
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Renault Kangoo ZE ML20 33 Electric Van 24m Lease - 15k miles p/a - No upfront + £234 pm + £119 admin = £5735 (£4779 exc VAT) @ Vertu Motors

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Refreshed 19th Jun (Posted 11th Jun)Expires on 31/07/2020
Renault Kangoo ZE ML20 33 Electric Van on a 2 year lease, in stock and 15k miles per year (can flex). This deal is aimed more at the business lease customer after a small van with economical running costs but also available for consumers too. If taking out on a business lease 1+23 is £4,779 or £199.13 net per month (15.3% of £31.2k P11D value). For non business works out at £5734.80 total or £238.95 net per month (18.4% of £31.2k P11D value). The van gets good reviews - review from Whatcar? and Bristol Street

Spec includes paint solid (white), max range of 170 miles, 59bhp electric motor, 15" Brigatin steel wheels, ZE Voice noise function to warn pedestrians, an interior pre-heat function, DashCam with lane departure warning, forward collision warning, departure delay warning, advance parking mode. Expected delivery by July.



Renault Kangoo ZE ML20 33 Electric Van

  • 1 x 23 payment profile (options to flex payment profile)
  • 15,000 miles (options to flex if need less mileage)
  • £234 initial consumer / £195 initial business
  • 23 monthly payments of £234 consumer / £195 business
  • £118.80 admin fee consumer / £99 business
  • Total cost of lease consumer £5734.80 or £238.76 net per month / business £4,779 or £199.13 net per month
  • Automatic
  • Electric
  • Max range 170 miles
  • Doors 4
  • P11D value £31,236
  • Road tax - n/a
  • In stock - expected July delivery
  • BIK £2680
  • 2019 model

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harvey.atkins11/06/2020 19:33

This is a great price, I do 60 miles a day, would work out being almost …This is a great price, I do 60 miles a day, would work out being almost free to have for 2 years :/ Just don’t like the thought of leasing 😬



From the Renault web site it seems this van has a 33kw battery. Theres no way this battery will get the claimed 170 miles. No way on earth! I had a 20kw Zoe which did 80 miles in the summer and 60 in the winter. A far more realistic range for this van is a maximum of approx 125 miles in the summer or 100miles in the winter.

That being said, for anyone who uses their van for 100miles a day or less then this deal with this van could be an absolute 'steal' at £195 for Business Lease or £234 for Personal Lease

The running costs will be ever so low.

Firstly switch your electricity to Octopus and elect their GO tariff. This gives you a 4 hour window between 0030 and 0430 to charge at just 5p per kw . During these 4 hours you could charge the battery to full every day of you needed to. This full battery would give you a daily range of approx 125 miles. I expect the Kangoo will, like the Zoe, give a 'fuel economy' of approx 4 miles per KW

So over a year to do 15000 miles the electricty needed would be 15000 / 4 = 3750 kws. This would cost you 3750 x 5p =£187.50

Now also make sure you switch to Octopus using an introduction code from an existing customer and you get a £50 credit to you bill. That would make your fuel cost to do 15000 miles in the first year just £137.50. Thats the total fuel cost for the whole year!!

I can vouch for Octopus Go, as I switched to them last year and the Go tariff has saved me a fortune!
harvey.atkins11/06/2020 19:33

Just don’t like the thought of leasing 😬


It's better than buying it new and selling it after two years though...
GoneBackHome11/06/2020 19:54

Had one of these for two years and I love it. I pay peanuts on fuel.


I wondered what happened to him, is he still friends with Snoopy?
m5rcc11/06/2020 19:37

I've never leased a van but I'm sure the wear and tear has to be a bit …I've never leased a van but I'm sure the wear and tear has to be a bit more lenient than on a car.


The BVRLA regulate most companies and the return conditions will be stipulated before the agreement starts.
Things like the load area and rear bumper are areas of increased wear and most reputable companies understand that and accept extra damage.
I sell Contact Hire and Lease vans.

bvrla.co.uk/fleet-services/fair-wear-and-tear.html
Edited by: "JtotheMe" 11th Jun
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This is a great price, I do 60 miles a day, would work out being almost free to have for 2 years :/ Just don’t like the thought of leasing 😬
harvey.atkins11/06/2020 19:33

Just don’t like the thought of leasing 😬


It's better than buying it new and selling it after two years though...
m5rcc11/06/2020 19:33

It's better than buying it new and selling it after two years though...


Of course, it’s just the fact when using a van for the intended purpose, it’s bound to get dinged up, guessing they charge over the odds for damage
harvey.atkins11/06/2020 19:36

Of course, it’s just the fact when using a van for the intended purpose, i …Of course, it’s just the fact when using a van for the intended purpose, it’s bound to get dinged up, guessing they charge over the odds for damage


I've never leased a van but I'm sure the wear and tear has to be a bit more lenient than on a car.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 11th Jun
m5rcc11/06/2020 19:37

I've never leased a van but I'm sure the wear and tear has to be a bit …I've never leased a van but I'm sure the wear and tear has to be a bit more lenianet than on a car.


That would be logical but I think they actually go by the same standards.
Range 170 miles - bet that’s before load!
If only electric cars would come down to these sort of prices. Don't think I could convince the other half that were getting a van
m5rcc11/06/2020 19:37

I've never leased a van but I'm sure the wear and tear has to be a bit …I've never leased a van but I'm sure the wear and tear has to be a bit more lenient than on a car.


The BVRLA regulate most companies and the return conditions will be stipulated before the agreement starts.
Things like the load area and rear bumper are areas of increased wear and most reputable companies understand that and accept extra damage.
I sell Contact Hire and Lease vans.

bvrla.co.uk/fleet-services/fair-wear-and-tear.html
Edited by: "JtotheMe" 11th Jun
Had one of these for two years and I love it. I pay peanuts on fuel.
GoneBackHome11/06/2020 19:54

Had one of these for two years and I love it. I pay peanuts on fuel.


I wondered what happened to him, is he still friends with Snoopy?
GoneBackHome11/06/2020 19:54

Had one of these for two years and I love it. I pay peanuts on fuel.


Surely you don't buy fuel?
Broc_Mudflap11/06/2020 19:59

I wondered what happened to him, is he still friends with Snoopy?


wasted humor. millennials will never get it.
Zain11/06/2020 20:10

wasted humor. millennials will never get it.


Humour, even...
JtotheMe11/06/2020 19:53

The BVRLA regulate most companies and the return conditions will be …The BVRLA regulate most companies and the return conditions will be stipulated before the agreement starts.Things like the load area and rear bumper are areas of increased wear and most reputable companies understand that and accept extra damage.I sell Contact Hire and Lease vans.bvrla.co.uk/fleet-services/fair-wear-and-tear.html


That's good. I would have expected that that.
Does anyone have any idea how much it would cost to charge up everyday
Brilliant this.
£5k to buy fair enough! But only to rent for 24 months???!!!! Lol
GoneBackHome11/06/2020 19:54

Had one of these for two years and I love it. I pay peanuts on fuel.


What sort of range do you get? Considering getting this for my commute, which is a 130 mile round trip (steady 50mph most of the way). Wouldn't want to be worried about running out of energy every day.
I was really keen until I seen the 0-60 = 20.6 secs . I know it’s a van and it’s all about torque but that is dangerously slow, imagine trying to overtake a tractor
Edited by: "imthebest" 11th Jun
Rebadged merk
Krizzo311/06/2020 22:44

Rebadged merk


Technically the merc is a rebadged Renault as it’s based on the Kangoo
WillLlew11/06/2020 21:19

What sort of range do you get? Considering getting this for my commute, …What sort of range do you get? Considering getting this for my commute, which is a 130 mile round trip (steady 50mph most of the way). Wouldn't want to be worried about running out of energy every day.


I would be more worried about the excess mileage cost you would be racking up at end of lease as doing a commute of 130 miles round trip would soon go over the 15000 miles per year. Unless you only commute twice a week?
harvey.atkins11/06/2020 19:33

This is a great price, I do 60 miles a day, would work out being almost …This is a great price, I do 60 miles a day, would work out being almost free to have for 2 years :/ Just don’t like the thought of leasing 😬



From the Renault web site it seems this van has a 33kw battery. Theres no way this battery will get the claimed 170 miles. No way on earth! I had a 20kw Zoe which did 80 miles in the summer and 60 in the winter. A far more realistic range for this van is a maximum of approx 125 miles in the summer or 100miles in the winter.

That being said, for anyone who uses their van for 100miles a day or less then this deal with this van could be an absolute 'steal' at £195 for Business Lease or £234 for Personal Lease

The running costs will be ever so low.

Firstly switch your electricity to Octopus and elect their GO tariff. This gives you a 4 hour window between 0030 and 0430 to charge at just 5p per kw . During these 4 hours you could charge the battery to full every day of you needed to. This full battery would give you a daily range of approx 125 miles. I expect the Kangoo will, like the Zoe, give a 'fuel economy' of approx 4 miles per KW

So over a year to do 15000 miles the electricty needed would be 15000 / 4 = 3750 kws. This would cost you 3750 x 5p =£187.50

Now also make sure you switch to Octopus using an introduction code from an existing customer and you get a £50 credit to you bill. That would make your fuel cost to do 15000 miles in the first year just £137.50. Thats the total fuel cost for the whole year!!

I can vouch for Octopus Go, as I switched to them last year and the Go tariff has saved me a fortune!
david1066611/06/2020 20:54

Does anyone have any idea how much it would cost to charge up everyday



See my other reply. Switch to Octopus Go, use an introductory code from an existing customer, and your fuel cost for 15,000 miles per year will be just £12 per month in the first year and £16 per month in the second year.
daveateallyourbees11/06/2020 19:50

Range 170 miles - bet that’s before load!



It will never do 170 miles. 120-125 miles would be a more realistic figure in the summer and 100 miles in the winter
Edited by: "qprfanbideford" 14th Jun
WillLlew11/06/2020 21:19

What sort of range do you get? Considering getting this for my commute, …What sort of range do you get? Considering getting this for my commute, which is a 130 mile round trip (steady 50mph most of the way). Wouldn't want to be worried about running out of energy every day.


I get 100 Mx when not in economy which is fine for me. I'm a local gardener.
Could a six foot man lie flat in this? Possibly with company on the odd occasion.
LanzaJet12/06/2020 07:24

Could a six foot man lie flat in this? Possibly with company on the odd …Could a six foot man lie flat in this? Possibly with company on the odd occasion.



You really shouldn’t lie in order to get ladies into your van.
LanzaJet12/06/2020 07:24

Could a six foot man lie flat in this? Possibly with company on the odd …Could a six foot man lie flat in this? Possibly with company on the odd occasion.

Lol no. The load area length is 4ft 10inches (1476mm) so suitable for dwarfs only.

Ha just seen this on google what’s the chances
Dwarfism is short stature that results from a genetic or medical condition. Dwarfism is generally defined as an adult height of 4 feet 10 inches (147 centimeters) or less.

I need to get out more
Dwh861112/06/2020 08:00

Lol no. The load area length is 4ft 10inches (1476mm) so suitable for …Lol no. The load area length is 4ft 10inches (1476mm) so suitable for dwarfs only. Ha just seen this on google what’s the chances Dwarfism is short stature that results from a genetic or medical condition. Dwarfism is generally defined as an adult height of 4 feet 10 inches (147 centimeters) or less.I need to get out more


Maybe you could if lying diagonally
No chance with company tho
Instead of the workmen plugging in their Makita Dab radio and numerous drill battery packs to charge all day on site, now there will be a longer lead to charge their motor!!
xmal12/06/2020 09:11

Instead of the workmen plugging in their Makita Dab radio and numerous …Instead of the workmen plugging in their Makita Dab radio and numerous drill battery packs to charge all day on site, now there will be a longer lead to charge their motor!!



More likely that in future they will run their powertools from their vehicle.
qprfanbideford12/06/2020 06:32

From the Renault web site it seems this van has a 33kw battery. Theres no …From the Renault web site it seems this van has a 33kw battery. Theres no way this battery will get the claimed 170 miles. No way on earth! I had a 20kw Zoe which did 80 miles in the summer and 60 in the winter. A far more realistic range for this van is a maximum of approx 125 miles in the summer or 100miles in the winter.That being said, for anyone who uses their van for 100miles a day or less then this deal with this van could be an absolute 'steal' at £195 for Business Lease or £234 for Personal LeaseThe running costs will be ever so low.Firstly switch your electricity to Octopus and elect their GO tariff. This gives you a 4 hour window between 0030 and 0430 to charge at just 5p per kw . During these 4 hours you could charge the battery to full every day of you needed to. This full battery would give you a daily range of approx 125 miles. I expect the Kangoo will, like the Zoe, give a 'fuel economy' of approx 4 miles per KWSo over a year to do 15000 miles the electricty needed would be 15000 / 4 = 3750 kws. This would cost you 3750 x 5p =£187.50Now also make sure you switch to Octopus using an introduction code from an existing customer and you get a £50 credit to you bill. That would make your fuel cost to do 15000 miles in the first year just £137.50. Thats the total fuel cost for the whole year!!I can vouch for Octopus Go, as I switched to them last year and the Go tariff has saved me a fortune!


I can’t vouch for octopus go because their meter installation is a joke and without it then it’s impossible to get onto the tariffs. I’m expected to wait an indefinite period in the hope that one day I can have a meter install, currently 6
Edited by: "hootz" 12th Jun
hootz12/06/2020 09:14

I can’t vouch for octopus go because their meter installation is a joke a …I can’t vouch for octopus go because their meter installation is a joke and without it then it’s impossible to get onto the tariffs. I’m expected to wait an indefinite period in the hope that one day I can have a meter install, currently 6



I think Covid has postponed most every installation these past 3 months. I believe that in certain areas Octopus have their own installers and where they do not it is outsourced to AES. Of course if you already have a smart meter ver 2 you can switch without to Go without any delays.

When I switched last year it took about 4 weeks from the switch date until my meter was installed. Then about 4 days after that I was moved to the Go tariff. I thought that was a reasonable period.

If you believe you have been waiting too long for an installation then whey not email their CEO. When you join Octopus he sends you a welcome email and contianed within that is his email address. From what I have read he seems to take complaints / feedback seriously and gets them resolved. I suggest you send him an email stating the facts, your disappointment and ask for his positive intervention. I am sure you will then get some action. Good luck
m5rcc11/06/2020 19:33

It's better than buying it new and selling it after two years though...


Why would you want to sell a vehicle after two years? You can easily keep most modern vehicles going for a good 7-10 years in general before things start needing a lot of attention
newbzors12/06/2020 10:03

Why would you want to sell a vehicle after two years? You can easily keep …Why would you want to sell a vehicle after two years? You can easily keep most modern vehicles going for a good 7-10 years in general before things start needing a lot of attention


I'm not suggesting one would want to. I'm stating that this price is cheaper than the depreciation hit, had one bought it new and sold it after two years.
qprfanbideford12/06/2020 06:32

From the Renault web site it seems this van has a 33kw battery. Theres no …From the Renault web site it seems this van has a 33kw battery. Theres no way this battery will get the claimed 170 miles. No way on earth! I had a 20kw Zoe which did 80 miles in the summer and 60 in the winter. A far more realistic range for this van is a maximum of approx 125 miles in the summer or 100miles in the winter.That being said, for anyone who uses their van for 100miles a day or less then this deal with this van could be an absolute 'steal' at £195 for Business Lease or £234 for Personal LeaseThe running costs will be ever so low.Firstly switch your electricity to Octopus and elect their GO tariff. This gives you a 4 hour window between 0030 and 0430 to charge at just 5p per kw . During these 4 hours you could charge the battery to full every day of you needed to. This full battery would give you a daily range of approx 125 miles. I expect the Kangoo will, like the Zoe, give a 'fuel economy' of approx 4 miles per KWSo over a year to do 15000 miles the electricty needed would be 15000 / 4 = 3750 kws. This would cost you 3750 x 5p =£187.50Now also make sure you switch to Octopus using an introduction code from an existing customer and you get a £50 credit to you bill. That would make your fuel cost to do 15000 miles in the first year just £137.50. Thats the total fuel cost for the whole year!!I can vouch for Octopus Go, as I switched to them last year and the Go tariff has saved me a fortune!


This is why I come to Hukd . Thank you
newbzors12/06/2020 10:03

Why would you want to sell a vehicle after two years? You can easily keep …Why would you want to sell a vehicle after two years? You can easily keep most modern vehicles going for a good 7-10 years in general before things start needing a lot of attention


Why would you be looking at a 2 year lease deal?
Whoever have designed the previous model and Kangoo name should be given "heck" of an award
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