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Renault Zoe Hatchback 100KW i GT Line R135 50KWh 5dr 24m Lease - 10k miles p/a - £1094 intial + £182 pm = £5286 @ Leasing.com (Renault)
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Renault Zoe Hatchback 100KW i GT Line R135 50KWh 5dr 24m Lease - 10k miles p/a - £1094 intial + £182 pm = £5286 @ Leasing.com (Renault)

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Posted 24th Apr

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Renault Zoe Hatchback 100KW i GT Line R135 on a 2 year lease, factory order for this electric car with 10k miles pa available at Renault via leasing.com. Various options available depending what initial upfront cost you choose, 6+23 deal works out at £5286 total or £220.24 net per month (16.1% of £32.6k P11D value), although a 1+23 deal is only £45 more with no initial. Gets good reviews and voted as Whatcar small electric car of the year 2020 - Whatcar review


  • 9+23 option - 2 year lease with 10k miles £5265.60 (16.1% of £32.6K P11D value)
  • 6+23 option - 2 year lease with 10k miles £5285.83 (16.1% of £32.6K P11D value)
  • 3+23 option = 2 year lease with 10k miles £5310.05 (16.3% of £32.6k P11D value)
  • 1+23 option = 2 year lease with 10k miles £5330.64 (16.3% of £32.6k P11D value)


Features include EasyLink 9.3" screen with navigation, blindspot monitoring, GT Line part synthetic leather/part recycled fabric seat upholstery, Front & rear parking sensors, Reverse parking camera, 16 inch diamond cut alloys, automatic climate control and paint solid (metallic extra). Range of up to 238 miles on a full charge.


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The 80KW variant is also showing as available for under £5k on a 2 year lease with 10k miles

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Renault Zoe Hatchback 100KW i GT Line R135

  • 6 x 23 payment profile (other options available)
  • 10,000 miles
  • £1094 initial
  • 23 monthly payments of £182.27
  • £0 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £5285.83 or £220.24 net per month
  • Automatic
  • Electric
  • Doors 5 (Hatchback)
  • 0-60 9.5 seconds
  • Up to 238 miles of range
  • P11D value £32,640
  • Road tax £0
  • Factory order


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52kWh battery and 245 mile range.

On a standard tariff of 13p per kWh it should cost around £7 to fill the tank, which equates to about 3p per mile.
Pretty sure Renault don't offer battery lease any more.

autocar.co.uk/car…zoe
Edited by: "Spies" 24th Apr
They don't do battery lease any longer.

I only know that because it's been already posted 5 times!
Edited by: "exel1966" 24th Apr
jhsmith8724/04/2020 19:40

When I come to replace my Leon in Jan this would be ideal. I spend around …When I come to replace my Leon in Jan this would be ideal. I spend around £100 a month in fuel for my 40mile round trip & the Leon was around £200. On the flip side I hope my employer says I can WFH forever then I don’t need to have a 2nd car or “fuel” costs!



I work in IT and have been invoved in gettimg people WFH. I think that even when this is all over, there will be a LOT fewer people travelling to expensive offices doing the same thing that they can do from home.
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Great find OP.
Wonder if the monthly lease include the Renault battery lease? :/
Good find tho
Edited by: "Pompey_JT" 24th Apr
Pompey_JT24/04/2020 19:02

Wonder if the monthly lease include the Renault battery lease? :/Good find …Wonder if the monthly lease include the Renault battery lease? :/Good find tho


I was wondering the same. When I looked into getting one, I worked out the battery rental could end up costing more than I spend on petrol.
Pretty sure Renault don't offer battery lease any more.

autocar.co.uk/car…zoe
Edited by: "Spies" 24th Apr
52kWh battery and 245 mile range.

On a standard tariff of 13p per kWh it should cost around £7 to fill the tank, which equates to about 3p per mile.
No battery lease anymore on Renault Zoe
Too small for me, but difficult to argue with those figures once I start doing a 'proper' mileage again.
Better to get the rapid charge version as it’s only £290PM for 1+23 for 15k miles
These low lease rates appear to be a product of the Zoe's very good residual values in recent years. There are quite a few alternatives around, but their residuals seem to be based on those of the ICE variants and this is making the lease deals a lot less attractive, e.g. the Peugeot 208/2008 is a similar retail price but almost twice as expensive on a lease at the moment.
MrMoonX24/04/2020 19:23

Better to get the rapid charge version as it’s only £290PM for 1+23 for 15 …Better to get the rapid charge version as it’s only £290PM for 1+23 for 15k miles


Debatable. Thats a price hike of over 50%.
When I come to replace my Leon in Jan this would be ideal. I spend around £100 a month in fuel for my 40mile round trip & the Leon was around £200.

On the flip side I hope my employer says I can WFH forever then I don’t need to have a 2nd car or “fuel” costs!
Perfect unless you are a sales rep or live in the sticks, all city dwellers should be in these, stop buying big heavy oil burning SUVs for shopping, commuting, school running.
Spies24/04/2020 19:05

Pretty sure Renault don't offer battery lease any …Pretty sure Renault don't offer battery lease any more.https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/renault-ends-battery-leasing-electric-zoe


No more battery lease!
I am in when my current lease ends cheers!
Edited by: "Pompey_JT" 24th Apr
Engine included?
This looks a great deal, thanks Chanchi
Uns24/04/2020 19:07

52kWh battery and 245 mile range.On a standard tariff of 13p per kWh it …52kWh battery and 245 mile range.On a standard tariff of 13p per kWh it should cost around £7 to fill the tank, which equates to about 3p per mile.


On an EV tariff like Octopus Go it would cost just 5p per kWh at night so just over 1p/mile.....
Snuffy-laz24/04/2020 19:03

I was wondering the same. When I looked into getting one, I worked out … I was wondering the same. When I looked into getting one, I worked out the battery rental could end up costing more than I spend on petrol.


They have stopped battery leasing
This is a really good deal folks. Nice find OP!
Heat, really good deal !
Pompey_JT24/04/2020 19:02

Wonder if the monthly lease include the Renault battery lease? :/Good find …Wonder if the monthly lease include the Renault battery lease? :/Good find tho



They don't do the battery lease anymore.
Btw although I have had a truly terrible experience getting it set up, the EDF electric car tariff is really good. 7.8p/min off peak... But off peak times are much much longer than normal economy 7 overnight and also all weekend.
jhsmith8724/04/2020 19:40

When I come to replace my Leon in Jan this would be ideal. I spend around …When I come to replace my Leon in Jan this would be ideal. I spend around £100 a month in fuel for my 40mile round trip & the Leon was around £200. On the flip side I hope my employer says I can WFH forever then I don’t need to have a 2nd car or “fuel” costs!



I work in IT and have been invoved in gettimg people WFH. I think that even when this is all over, there will be a LOT fewer people travelling to expensive offices doing the same thing that they can do from home.
SteHuz9024/04/2020 19:31

Debatable. Thats a price hike of over 50%.



What does the non rapid charge version charge at, at 22kw max?
Does anyone know what the excess mileage charge is on this?
They don't do battery lease any longer.

I only know that because it's been already posted 5 times!
Edited by: "exel1966" 24th Apr
John.Mason24/04/2020 20:44

I work in IT and have been invoved in gettimg people WFH. I think that …I work in IT and have been invoved in gettimg people WFH. I think that even when this is all over, there will be a LOT fewer people travelling to expensive offices doing the same thing that they can do from home.


Just can HS2 and with the money saved get every household in the country wired into a decent internet connection.
With oil price being minus at the moment I will take a wait and see approach
John.Mason24/04/2020 20:44

I work in IT and have been invoved in gettimg people WFH. I think that …I work in IT and have been invoved in gettimg people WFH. I think that even when this is all over, there will be a LOT fewer people travelling to expensive offices doing the same thing that they can do from home.


It’s one way that governments can reach their 2050 climate change goals for sure. It would also save money on road maintenance & potentially reduce road casualties also. And maybe more people might cycle which would have health benefits. Plenty of positives personally.

I work for one of the banks & most WFH one day a week. However we went to pretty much 65k WFH overnight. Obviously still people in the branches & traders have to still be in a regulated/compliant office. However for the rest of us there isn’t much point being in an office. They say about the benefits of face to face meetings however pretty much every meeting I’m on is a webex with colleagues in India & the US.
If I had a driveway and therefore charge this at home... That would be great. I am glad this is now a reality price wise but charging places for people living in flats is the issue...
MarkyB7724/04/2020 21:30

With oil price being minus at the moment I will take a wait and see …With oil price being minus at the moment I will take a wait and see approach


Prices never will not go much lower, it's mostly tax that makes the petrol price... This is the future.
jamgin24/04/2020 20:59

Just can HS2 and with the money saved get every household in the country …Just can HS2 and with the money saved get every household in the country wired into a decent internet connection.


When Openreach was rolling out FTTC they should’ve been doing FTTH. It wouldn’t have taken much from the Gov’t to state it was mandatory through legislation. I’m fortunate that the last 2 new builds I’ve lived in had had it. It’s ultra reliable. Current line is capable of 1gbps. Bonkers.
exel196624/04/2020 20:54

They don't do battery lease any longer.I only know that because it's been …They don't do battery lease any longer.I only know that because it's been already posted 5 times!


Lol
This is a cracking deal! And for this of you who have never driven an electric car go and test drive one! I have had an electric Ioniq for three months and love it, my first electric car and it’s been great ( mine was of course a HUKD) 2500 miles has cost me about £20, cheap charging at home and free at work and other places, they drive so easily and are all nippy plus the car is preheated or pre cooled before you start your journey! My colleagues hated me for getting a pre defrosted and heated car each morning after nightshift, even the steering wheel was heated! When I charge at home ( rarely) it works out less than 1p per mile
I had a Zoe in 2015-2017 then a Leaf 2017-now. Will be more than happy to get a Zoe again. I’ve gone for 1+36 at 10k per year. Great find, thank you.
I would consider electric and this sounds an amazing deal! But my car is not parked near my house so I’d have no way of charging it
P11D values around £35k but remember there is no BiK value this year for an electric vehicle so might be worth a shout and a company car
SteHuz9024/04/2020 19:31

Debatable. Thats a price hike of over 50%.


50% LOL what? It’s 1.5k more in total for rapid charging and 10k more miles
Edited by: "MrMoonX" 24th Apr
MarkyB7724/04/2020 21:30

With oil price being minus at the moment I will take a wait and see …With oil price being minus at the moment I will take a wait and see approach


These prices won't last forever. After fewer players in the market prices will climb up fast.
jamgin24/04/2020 20:59

Just can HS2 and with the money saved get every household in the country …Just can HS2 and with the money saved get every household in the country wired into a decent internet connection.



Or put solar panels on the roof of every house in the UK and bring the UK energy pirates to heel.
When my diesel gives up this would be ideal. 45mile round trip for work full charge once a week with the odd top up here and there. I'm 50 meters from a Nissan garage which has charging points which I think are free to use. Not sure they'd appreciate charging a zoe though!
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