RENAULT ZOE HATCHBACK DYNAMIQUE NAV 5DR AUTO £8130 59% off @ drivethedeal
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RENAULT ZOE HATCHBACK DYNAMIQUE NAV 5DR AUTO £8130 59% off @ drivethedeal

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Found 26th May 2015
Available in Solid Glacier white at this very special price, Metallic colours available at an additional £460.

The quoted prices include a £4,660 finance deposit contribution which is conditional upon you taking out finance PCP finance at 3.9% APR Representative over a period of up to 36 months with no minimum deposit. Renault Zoe offers include the UK government’s plug-in car grant (PiCG) of £5,000, but excludes mandatory battery hire available from £75 per month further details on request.Cars must be ordered by 30th June and Delivered by 30th September to qualify for this offer. Please see our main Zoe Page for further information.

List price £20,045
Our price £8,130
Saving of £11,915 59%~

141 Comments

Even when you factor in the £75 per month battery hire, this is still very cheap

Renault don't currently have a £75 per month battery options, there are cheaper and costlier options, but not £75. Makes it difficult to judge what mileage option is available .

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Although the range of this car is ideal for my commute, £75 is more than I spend on petrol in a month. That's without the electricity costs of charging too.

I'm not sure all the details of the cost of the deal, particularly as it is a pcp.

I think the lease deals for these make more sense when you consider the battery is leased anyway.

Some good copy and paste going on there but what's the mileage on the battery lease? How much does the PCP work out to?

There's another post from a couple of weeks ago listing the monthly charges. I've just signed up to a similar deal which works out at just under £160 inc vat per month for 10k miles over two years with no deposit. This includes installation of a charging point at your home (only home) subject to you having a private drive.

Better off on the finance deal from Renault with the free metallic, then hand it back when the tech improves. Either way you've got to lease the battery.
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Oddballjamie that's the deal I went for. I've payed a few more £s but got 10k and negotiated a similar price with local dealership. DSG will ship the car to you for £100 if you're too far from them anyway.

One option could be buying a used Prius. I bought a top of the range model from dealer 2 years ago for £11.500 (3 years old). I can still sell it for £10.500. Now that is expectable depreciation.

rohanonny

One option could be buying a used Prius. I bought a top of the range … One option could be buying a used Prius. I bought a top of the range model from dealer 2 years ago for £11.500 (3 years old). I can still sell it for £10.500. Now that is expectable depreciation.


Yeah but hasn't the Prius only got a 15 mile all electric range? Opposed to the Zoe which is 130 mile.

I bought the deal for the old engined zoe as it has the ability to charge in 20-30mins on motorways, this new version offers around 8miles more range on a charge but loses this rapid charge and at best can be done in 50-60mins...ps ive got it on pcp at £125 a month with 7,500 miles

I can't see a car with a min 75 pcm battery charge having any second hand value at the end of the contract period.

List price £20,045... means government can charge you more for company car tax.

m1chaels

I can't see a car with a min 75 pcm battery charge having any second hand … I can't see a car with a min 75 pcm battery charge having any second hand value at the end of the contract period.


By that logic Renault will give you it for free in 3 years time then

Have to agree. with justanotherpunter.

PCP makes perfect sense at the prices available.

I can't image a second hand car with a battery lease being that attractive on a dealers forecourt.
Whereas after my 3 year PCP, I give it back and start another leccy car PCP or chuck in the towel and go gas guzzler.

wow, this is bloody cheap! Come on Nissan and BMW!

I looked at these when they first came out, Renault and Nissan same company so this has Nissan Leaf mechanics, tall drivers won't fit as seat raised by battery or gubbins underneath.
Best selling electric car in Europe apparently

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Had a Finance quote from Drive the deal on this.
£0 deposit
1 x £121.82
23x £22.82
1 x £8,171.77
Based on 7,500 miles per year. These figures are plus battery rental of £80.00 per month. So total £ 102.82 per month This also includes free homepoint charger insatlled by british gas.

Mine arrives in September.
Edited by: "neilwhite" 26th May 2015

neilwhite

Had a Finance quote from Drive the deal on this.£0 deposit 1 x £121.8223x … Had a Finance quote from Drive the deal on this.£0 deposit 1 x £121.8223x £22.821 x £8,171.77 Based on 7,500 miles per year. These figures are plus battery rental of £80.00 per month. So total £ 102.82 per month This also includes free homepoint charger insatlled by british gas. Mine arrives in September.



sounds good, just made an enquiry, is that for the rapid charge?

neilwhite

Had a Finance quote from Drive the deal on this.£0 deposit 1 x £121.8223x … Had a Finance quote from Drive the deal on this.£0 deposit 1 x £121.8223x £22.821 x £8,171.77 Based on 7,500 miles per year. These figures are plus battery rental of £80.00 per month. So total £ 102.82 per month This also includes free homepoint charger insatlled by british gas. Mine arrives in September.



Just to confirm, if I understand your figures right:-

You pay £121.82 on your first payment, then 23 monthly payments of £22.82, and then after 2 years you can either walk away or pay £8171.77 to keep it, as that last figure is the GFV?

If so, you can pay (average) £26.95 per month (plus battery rental) and then just walk away after 2 years. £100 a month (inc £75 battery rental) plus 5 or 6p per mile in charging (if you do it all at home) sounds canny enough to me.

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monkeyhanger75

Just to confirm, if I understand your figures right:-You pay £121.82 on … Just to confirm, if I understand your figures right:-You pay £121.82 on your first payment, then 23 monthly payments of £22.82, and then after 2 years you can either walk away or pay £8171.77 to keep it, as that last figure is the GFV? If so, you can pay (average) £26.95 per month (plus battery rental) and then just walk away after 2 years. £100 a month (inc £75 battery rental) plus 5 or 6p per mile in charging (if you do it all at home) sounds canny enough to me.



Spot on thats correct My total costs over 24 months will be £2,567.68 plus insurance and electricity at home.

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ChrisGUK

sounds good, just made an enquiry, is that for the rapid charge?



Just standard Nav Model

Looks like around £120 pm all in if you take £87pm battery option - 9,000m on 24m plan and allow few pounds for electric costs, so around £2880 over the 24m and then either pay balance and continue battery hire or hand keys back. Its an interesting option, if only you can overcome the range anxiety and get used to planning your journey around charging locations!

Ideal second car. Great find. I didn't think anything would beat that deal by DSG Renault a couple of weeks back.

Have a read of the Forum at SpeakEV.com for info on how existing owners have found their Zoes to be.

Nissan leaf any day for a small family , good deal though op

Yes agree the leaf is a much better car. I have done 35000 in mine in 2 years, its a superb car with none of the design or quality problems of the Zoe.

Seems Like a very good deal

veralum

I looked at these when they first came out, Renault and Nissan same … I looked at these when they first came out, Renault and Nissan same company so this has Nissan Leaf mechanics, tall drivers won't fit as seat raised by battery or gubbins underneath.Best selling electric car in Europe apparently



I'm 6'7" and fit in our LEAF fine with a couple of inches of headroom to spare!

g8ryj

Even when you factor in the £75 per month battery hire, this is still … Even when you factor in the £75 per month battery hire, this is still very cheap


From £75.

The car that you can't sell after you buy it due to never actually owning the whole car (battery). Any lease would have be transferred to the new buyer and no Car Dealer would accept that at £75, so the only option is to resell back to Renault who will give you nothing for it. I used to work for a well known car buying service and this is a car we couldn't actually offer to buy.

Yes I understand this is PCP so you will never own it anyway, but food for thought for anyone looking to buy rather than lease.

List price 20k? Baaaahahahaha

Disgusting looking model!? :-/

neilwhite

Had a Finance quote from Drive the deal on this.£0 deposit 1 x £121.8223x … Had a Finance quote from Drive the deal on this.£0 deposit 1 x £121.8223x £22.821 x £8,171.77 Based on 7,500 miles per year. These figures are plus battery rental of £80.00 per month. So total £ 102.82 per month This also includes free homepoint charger insatlled by british gas. Mine arrives in September.



On the website did you select 'Order Car' or 'Finance Car'? I selected Finance, filled out the details on Friday and I've heard nothing. I was avoiding posting this on here until I'd got my order in

I thought the price would be good, but that's stonking!
Edited by: "satchef1" 26th May 2015

So what's the bhp?

jbecker

There's another post from a couple of weeks ago listing the monthly … There's another post from a couple of weeks ago listing the monthly charges. I've just signed up to a similar deal which works out at just under £160 inc vat per month for 10k miles over two years with no deposit. This includes installation of a charging point at your home (only home) subject to you having a private drive.




where where wher???

how much is a charging point on its own? does this work out cheaper than installing your own charging point then getting a car for 3 years? test drove one of these and the leaf, I much preferred the leaf but at this price its tempting to bite!

Makes perfect sense if you need to drive a car into the congestion zone. If I was one of the poor people that had to do this, I would have bought an electric food mixer on wheels asap too. Otherwise much better out there.

benjammin316

So what's the bhp?



23 Duracells.

neilwhite

Had a Finance quote from Drive the deal on this.£0 deposit 1 x £121.8223x … Had a Finance quote from Drive the deal on this.£0 deposit 1 x £121.8223x £22.821 x £8,171.77 Based on 7,500 miles per year. These figures are plus battery rental of £80.00 per month. So total £ 102.82 per month This also includes free homepoint charger insatlled by british gas. Mine arrives in September.




So doing very quick maths. Your incurring £26 a month of interest but only pay off £23. Hence why the final payment is more than the advertised purchase price!

So with a £550 deposit would it be free per month & just cost the battery lease????
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