Renault Zoe Dynamique Nav - £69 Deposit £139 per month (inc Battery for 7500 miles lease) for 24 Months @ DSG
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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 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 per month with £69 deposit (7,500 miles)
£78 per month with £69 deposit (10,000 miles)
Plus Battery Rental as below
3K Mile (750 miles Per Quarter) £45pm (30ppm excess)
7500 Mile £70pm (7.5ppm excess)
Quotes on higher mileage on request
100% Electric - Includes Free 7kW Wallbox

I've recently ordered the Zoe Dynamique Intens, this seems a much better deal as you get metallic paint and 17" wheels for £139 - cheaper than the Intens.

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A Zoe with 17" wheels!? Why!? Do you want an uncomfortable ride?!

I like a Nicole more.

Bought one. Great car for local driving. Great price too. Grab it while you can

Is it 3 or 5 door

If it suits you it could be a cracking little commuter

Is this £140pm+vat? Under the hire section down the pages it says plus vat?

Deal.

5000 miles per year for this rate.
£69 deposit
£69 per month PLUS battery rental from £45 per month (3000 miles limit per year) or £70 per month for a 7500 mile per year limit
Acceptance fee £99
Credit facility fee £139
Option to purchase fee £10

After 2 years to keep the car you need to pay £8116 outstanding balance

The question I cannot see the answer to, is after 2 years, if you decide to buy the car, do you still carry on paying the battery rental on top of that purchase price. My guess is that you do, but I stand to be corrected on that

Yes you do need to keep hiring the battery. Look at this deal as really a 2 yr car rental and hand the car back. Thats exactly what I am doing

In 2 yrs time EVs and especially their batteries should have improved to allow ranges of nearer 150Miles rather than the 80 miles today. At that time start a new PCP on a new car.

Mr17mh

Is this £140pm+vat? Under the hire section down the pages it says plus … Is this £140pm+vat? Under the hire section down the pages it says plus vat?


Terms clearly show VAT is included

"Prices includes delivery to dealer, number plates, 20% VAT ........"

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chrisf74

Is it 3 or 5 door


It's a 5 door, you'll need to look closely as the rear door handles are integrated alongside the rear windows.

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Bugeyed

The question I cannot see the answer to, is after 2 years, if you decide … The question I cannot see the answer to, is after 2 years, if you decide to buy the car, do you still carry on paying the battery rental on top of that purchase price. My guess is that you do, but I stand to be corrected on that



if the deal is similar to the one for the Zoe Intens (which i believe it is) then there is an option to buy the battery.

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qprfanbideford

Yes you do need to keep hiring the battery. Look at this deal as really … Yes you do need to keep hiring the battery. Look at this deal as really a 2 yr car rental and hand the car back. Thats exactly what I am doing In 2 yrs time EVs and especially their batteries should have improved to allow ranges of nearer 150Miles rather than the 80 miles today. At that time start a new PCP on a new car.



Agree with you on this - i'm viewing it as a 2 year car and then see what else is available.

Well liked amongst owners, Clio based so quite a large supermini, range let's it down tho.

kabs

I like a Nicole more.



Could see Nicole stranded at the side of the road in one of these. Hope she gets one.:{

Not as good as Drive the deal - but is the best alternative out there from what I can see.

Plus after speaking the Drive the deal they can not fully guarantee a car or a price due to the ordering system being down.

Good price but worth waiting to see if the drivethedeal offer (where the cost is c£25 per month plus battery rental) is still on after Renault confirm the PCP pricing for the new models.

Brochure says the 7.5K battery rental is £70 pa for 36 month contracts or more, £80 PA for 24 month contact. If you're returning after 2 years, surely you'd have to take the 24 month option?

metallic is extra?

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Derek_Duval

Brochure says the 7.5K battery rental is £70 pa for 36 month contracts or … Brochure says the 7.5K battery rental is £70 pa for 36 month contracts or more, £80 PA for 24 month contact. If you're returning after 2 years, surely you'd have to take the 24 month option?

They say that you can cease the battery agreement early once 18 months has passed with no penalty. But some people are saying that this loophole will be closed soon, so you need to check your agreement carefully.

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eslick

Same deal after a quick look at it, loads of … Same deal after a quick look at it, loads of commentshttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/2-year-pcp-deal-a-zoe-dynamique-intens-for-69-per-month-no-deposit-45-month-battery-2203415

Yep but they've updated the offer for the new model (called a Nav instead of Intens)

Derek_Duval

Brochure says the 7.5K battery rental is £70 pa for 36 month contracts or … Brochure says the 7.5K battery rental is £70 pa for 36 month contracts or more, £80 PA for 24 month contact. If you're returning after 2 years, surely you'd have to take the 24 month option?



Technically yes... but it seems the dealers are doing the quotes on 3 years to get the price down as there is no financial penalty if you cancel after 2 years.

capital_punishment

if the deal is similar to the one for the Zoe Intens (which i believe it … if the deal is similar to the one for the Zoe Intens (which i believe it is) then there is an option to buy the battery.


I didn't come across that option, any details on cost to purchase the battery ?

What colour is the car?

Where is the 17" wheel option and Metallic for £139? New brochure states 16" wheels standard, same as Zen/Intens models. Got my Intens arriving end of the month and paying an extra £10 p/m for metallic.

goat123

Good price but worth waiting to see if the drivethedeal offer (where the … Good price but worth waiting to see if the drivethedeal offer (where the cost is c£25 per month plus battery rental) is still on after Renault confirm the PCP pricing for the new models.


I'm also waiting for Drive the Deal

goat123

Comment Yep but they've updated the offer for the new model (called a Nav … Comment Yep but they've updated the offer for the new model (called a Nav instead of Intens)


Any idea what the difference is from the Intens to the Nav ?

Tyler Durden

What colour is the car?


Flat white = free (no extra charge)
Metallics range from £225 - £595 but you can spread cost over term. I've paid extra £10 p/m for a black version.

manicmidlander

Any idea what the difference is from the Intens to the Nav ?


Checked full spec and no changes at all, only name as they have dropped the Zen model.

inspectorhector

Checked full spec and no changes at all, only name as they have dropped … Checked full spec and no changes at all, only name as they have dropped the Zen model.


Thanks, I couldn't see any difference in spec either.

New brochure is available on the renault website for the new models

any chance of leather seats?

Based on the 7.5k miles per year for battery rental alone this works out at over 11p per mile. Then the cost of electricity to charge it. My 11 year old TDI bora would cost less in fuel than this, and I don't have to charge it every hour.

inspectorhector

Checked full spec and no changes at all, only name as they have dropped … Checked full spec and no changes at all, only name as they have dropped the Zen model.



There's a new motor in the NAV. 15% more range and faster charging from some chargers. No rapid charging any more though - 0-80% on a fast charger now takes an hour instead of 30 mins.

Delivery will be September or October for these.
Edited by: "satchef1" 4th Jun 2015

JBOA31

Based on the 7.5k miles per year for battery rental alone this works out … Based on the 7.5k miles per year for battery rental alone this works out at over 11p per mile. Then the cost of electricity to charge it. My 11 year old TDI bora would cost less in fuel than this, and I don't have to charge it every hour.



The key word in your sentence is "old".

max_gee

thinking of getting one but came across … thinking of getting one but came across thishttp://www.theblogaboutgadgets.com/renault-zoe-owners-review-terrible-customer-service/



but its a Renault what did you expect

Love this deal, problem is I do 12k miles a year. So thats 14k miles more over the 2 years in extra charges.
Which works out to £35 extra a month
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