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New RENAULT KADJAR Hatchback SAVE 34% 1.3 TCE Iconic 5dr - £15,448 @ New Car Discount
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This is alot of car for just over 15k and now has a 5 year warranty for peace of mind motoring. 34% Off list price...on a new RENAULT KADJAR 1.3 TCE Iconic 5dr petrol - manual 1… Read more
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BRUCE226

If you get Renault finance direct they do,you can even sort it from their mobile app.And you still get to keep the free services and keep the deposit contribution.They wouldn't give me the contribution when offering them cash so took finance and settled within the first month, cost of about £20 ish.

Dave898

You can settle PCP finance at any time. You just ask for a settlement figure.

thewolf8u

If they let you

mikeyw1

Often get a better deal for taking finance than paying cash, for that reason. can then always settle up the finance.

BRUCE226

Very brave, think you will be pleasantly surprised, let us know what your opinions are when you get it.

Renault Zoe Hatchback 100KW i GT Line R135 50KWh battery 5dr Auto Dep £1163.82, 23mx£193.97, final £1,212.82, 8000mpa, £5674.13 Leasing.com
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Looks to be £100 cheaper than the last time this came up: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/renault-zoe-hatchback-100kw-i-gt-line-r135-50kwh-5dr-auto-24-months-1611-plus-23-179-80… Read more
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The3dge

Both of you make a fantastic case... My only issue is when something goes wrong now a days there's are not many good, honest and reliable garage...i was looted of my hard earned Money by Vauxhall dealership..shocking who can you trust these days.. I agree it's crazy to spend 35k on new car, but again Im dreaded to drive an old unreliable car specially with potential of 1000's on recurring repair bills and waste of time. So finally I found a sweet spot n buy 3 year old car with low mileage this get best of both worlds...

MOJOoo7

This is great for u 60miles daily commute with free electric, fantastic. I really want to go EV with the Zoe 135 or the e Niro if I can afford but my overall situation doesn't make it viable atm. Once that changed, it will be reviewed.

mailmikey

Has this gone up? Can't see the above mentioned deal anymore, closest I can get to (6+23 @8kmpa) is £229.79?

mailmikey

Do you get the home wall charging kit with this? Or do you have to fork out separately for that?

MrMoonX

These are great little cars, we have two now, the new ZE50 was delivered last week, it’s great! For the last 4 years I’ve been paying nothing a month for a 60 mile daily commute due to free chargers at the car park near work, I also get free parking! It’s great for the environment, EVs are faster and feel nicer to drive than any ICE If you’re on the fence about EVs go test drive one, I was the same 4 years ago and now I’m hooked

Renault Zoe 100KW i GT Line R135 50KWh 5dr Auto £271.35p/month = £6512.40 over 2 years at Leasing.com
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Renault Zoe 100KW i GT Line R135 50KWh 5dr Auto 1+23 = £271.35p/month = £6512.40 over 2 years 10k Miles 10.89p/mile excess charge No processing fee 8-12 week delivery Range of c… Read more
Jonsmyname

I received my Zoe from leasing.com on the order I made earlier this year.. £179pm with £1611 deposit for 8k miles and it is a fabulous little car. It is our 2nd Zoe after owning a 22kw and due to poor depreciation before + new tech, leasing seemed a sensible option.

MOJOoo7

Have never driven an EV but I'm sure I will absolutely the torque. Don't like engine noise so will love the silence from that. Current hybrid only doing half the job I want, it's noisy revvy engine and lack of torque. But it's the best compromise for now until I move and do more mileage.

CampGareth

Gov.uk says they will at the start of 2026, in the meantime someone that drives in every day would save £25k. If it's not a factor for you that makes things simpler though, pure mileage calculations.

MOJOoo7

I'm about 3.5miles away from CC and don't venture with the car there. People who live in the zone pay like a small percentage fee. My car is 75mg co2 and used to be free cc. The govt will do cc to electric vehicles in the future i am sure of it.

techsearchuk

I've had electric cars (three leafs) for over 6 years now. I first got one due to it being exceptionally cheap - 6 years ago it was circa £170 a month with no deposit. I've stuck with electric not just due the fuel savings but also because I really like how they drive. I'm happy to pay a premium for how smooth I find them and the torque/acceleration.

RENAULT KADJAR Hatchback £18,788 save including first reg fee, road tax, warranty at New-Car-Discount.com
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RENAULT KADJAR Hatchback SAVE 30% 1.3 TCE GT Line 5dr Our buy price is all inclusive! £18,788 including first reg fee, road tax, warranty, and any selected factory added options. … Read more
BKji

No worries but thanks for the post. I am tired.

brettytopbanana

Anyone who is complaining about this has either never owned one or has been unlucky. I had one for three years and it never skipped a beat. Lots of daily motorway miles, loads of kit and comfortable. Same innards as a qashqai I believe. I couldn’t recommend one enough

Blahblahblahlol

Not powerful enough for yorkshire hills too weak will drink lots of fuel...

monkeyhanger75

I had this as a courtesy car to go do an audit down south. Scary at 70mph with the amount of sway on the suspension. Felt like it was going to tip over.

ggfergy

It didn't say that this morning and it's been corrected.

Renault Clio 1.0 TCe 100 RS Line 5dr 2 year Lease £4819.24 @ Leasing.com
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Admin fee £49 1 + 23 5k per annum £198.76 1 + 23 8k per annum £206.41 1 + 23 10k per annum £214.34 Range of metallic colours available Diamond Black, Valencia Orange, Glacier Wh… Read more
shininghero

Probably not the a very reliable or fun car to own for 2 years at this price. Some may say it’s got warranty etc, but being stranded on the roadside or having electronic issues worries me a lot. I still can’t get over the whole “never buy a Renault ever again” sentiment after my 41k miles (FRSH) 5 year old Scenic blew up

hopper_papa_roac

One of the worst cars I have ever had front brakes went, back brakes went, wish I was kidding the exhaust fell off after a year. The car was as much use as Anne Frank's drumkit, a friend bought one a year later against my advise and had issues with the stereo freezing or not coming on at all.

cactusbrandy

Against RSP as a percentage for a 2 year deal, this is looking steep imo.

Renault Kadjar 1.3 TCe 140 S Edition 5Dr Manual (£224.45pm - 1+35 + £118.80 admin fee [equiv. £227.75pm]) 8k miles per year - Vertu Motors
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Renault Kadjar 1.3 TCe 140 S Edition 5Dr Manual Includes metallic paint and is in stock. The S Edition’s RRP is £25,500
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Ferengi

£17283.69 from http://www.360vehicleleasing.co.uk/outright-purchase-cars/renault/kadjar-4x4/13-tce-140-s-edition-5dr-manual-start-stop-248153 though I would imagine Metallic paint is extra.

jpr353

Sorry I’d stopped watching the comments. Pre-Reg here: I just found a great car on Auto Trader: https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/202003228679884

dkj255

I think PCP only makes sense if you absolutely must have a new car every few years and don't drive very much. Or if a PCP deal gives you a big discount on the purchase price and you pay it off/cancel within a few days of taking it out, though the trade are becoming wise to this so check the small print on new agreements! I can see why it's attractive to the trade: it guarantees them a steady stream of low-mileage fully-serviced and usually excellent condition vehicles for them to sell as approved used, plus the initial sale profit, and traps the buyer into a cycle of having to trade-up to a newer car (thus repeating the charade) or being stung by final payments in excess of the vehicle's present value if they try to leave the circus. There's a reason the trade are pushing PCP so hard, even for used cars now - and it ain't for your benefit. They are good at spinning it that way though!

gingerwarrior13

This lease is 3 years...

Ouzoherb

So 2 of these leases (4 years driving? ) equates to roughly purchasing a prereg car with delivery miles. I know which I think is the best deal. Mind you I would get a Honda civic prereg for less as a far better car imo.

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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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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 … Read more
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BigStart

Dam nice deal

Spies

How good of a deal is this actually for a business, we currently have an aging diesel astravan coming up to 80k miles.

qprfanbideford

Here is a video showing the costs of running a Nissan EV van compared to the equivalent Nissan diesel van. This is for 100,000 miles over 5 years with a real life example. Interesting!

xlxaiwa55xlx

How young do you think millennials are?

Sociable7

One ugly car

Nissan Leaf 110kwh N-Connecta 40kwh 24 months Personal Leasing £223/m + £2008 initial, 10k miles - Total £7,365 @ Select Car Leasing
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Nissan Leaf 110kwh N-Connecta 40kwh 24 months Personal Leasing £223/m + £2008 initial, 10k miles - Total £7,365 @ Select Car Leasing
Arrangement/processing fee: £195.00 + VAT * Free for NHS Workers. Total cost including arrangement fee is £7560 Includes road fund licence. 24 + 5,000 Miles profile available fro… Read more
edwardo1973

I’m the same as you, however, taking your old banger to a local authority testing centre reduces risk of failure massively. Mine passed with some advisories last time round. Always does!

daniellndn

I understand however some aren't familiar. I am personally not a fan of leasing however my parents are. My budget is buying second hand and praying during its MOT each year. If I remember, Nissan leaf did once offer 1 month free "test drives" when they were new. Availability was very scarce though.

ranandg

Not worth £2K deposit,.....Good deal withouth the deposit.....!

dangermoose5

Yes, I have done similar, but it isn't a very accurate predictor. I guess for buyers who can access the money, the answer is it is better to buy 2nd hand unless you wanted a 2020 model.

James_Sugar

19k odd... were they available for 20k or 21k though?

Renault Kadjar 1.3 TCE 140 GT Line / 48 M Lease / 8K MPA / INSURANCE Incl £299.94 + £1799.64 Deposit +£198 Fee Total £16,080.72 @ NVC
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Renault Kadjar 1.3 TCE 140 GT Line / 48 M Lease / 8K MPA / INSURANCE Incl £299.94 + £1799.64 Deposit +£198 Fee Total £16,080.72 @ NVC
Here is a Super Red Hot 4 Year Car Lease Deal Complete Care Includes Fully Maintened & Servicing + Mot Includes Fully Comprehensive Insurance Cost 1 x Deposit = £1799.64 Cos… Read more
LGEARING

So its 4k per year and all you've to do is put petrol in. Seems logical for some but bot for me. My Kadjar is 4k for 2 years lease another £700 for own Insurance, £100 own service and that's it so £4800.

markymark34

Wow. This is one of the rare occasions where someone can say 'do you own it at the end of the lease period?' and the answer really should be yes!

delfinostar

Finally I found the worst lease deal ever been posted!!! Congrats bro

Evo141n

(lol) (lol) (lol)

fossman

I've bought three french cars from new, two of them (Renault Clio and Citroen C2) developed numerous faults after two years and resulted in me having to part exchange them and the third (Citroen C1) was built by Toyota so was fine.

Renault Zoe- 24 months Personal Car Leasing contract £188/m + £1695 initial, 8000 miles - Total Cost £6,019 @ Select Car Leasing
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Renault Zoe- 24 months Personal Car Leasing contract £188/m + £1695 initial, 8000 miles - Total Cost £6,019 @ Select Car Leasing
Arrangement/processing fee: £195.00 + VAT * Free for NHS Workers. Total cost including arrangement fee is £6,253 Includes road fund licence. 24 + 5,000 Miles profile available f… Read more
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mazimo

Is Yaris hybrid free for London congestion charge? For me that's a £12 a day difference if not...

garbageguy

My new Zoe 50 arrives next week, trading in my 40.

Foxy

It makes sense NOW for Company car users. ZERO benefit in Kind tax for the current tax year. Enough said..

Foxy

Not if they're looking for a company car they won't. Four words. No company car tax.

MOJOoo7

Great find! Ordering about 15 for family, friends and my pet fishes! <3

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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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 … Read more
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Pompey_JT

Most of the older Zoe's have a battery lease monthly cost on top (about £6x a month or something depending on mileage - essentially you can see it like an insurance/warranty on the battery). But as others have said they have stopped now so not something you need to worry about in new Zoe leases or purchases

mazimo

excuse my ignorance but what does that mean? Are there additional fees? (confused)

loofer

The best deal I can see at te moment for the GT R135 over 2 years is £6,150 and £6,450 for 8k & 10k miles respectively. All with Electric Auto and not huge difference in cost when you vary initial payment.

ladymarmalade

We didn't end up going for it, I remember it was direct with Renault Finance, unsure who were supplying the cars. Did you get a decent deal from them eventually? My son is still keen in a zoe lease so we do check what is available regularly.

ladymarmalade

Renault Megane RS 280 cup lease deal (factory order) - 1× 23 £248.59 + Admin fee £198 = £6164.16 @ gateway2lease
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Renault Megane RS 280 cup lease deal (factory order) - 1× 23 £248.59 + Admin fee £198 = £6164.16 @ gateway2lease
£6,164.16£7,62619%gateway2lease Deals
Think this is a decent lease deal for a hot hatch. Personal prices 1× 23 @ £248.59 = £5966.16 Admin fee = £198 Total = £6164.16 Please note this is a factory order. Given C… Read more
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gossyjamin

They had the deal for a month not forever (lol)

Donaris30

This is the reply I've got after inquiring. Seems like gross pressure selling. Completely put me off

boostii

Teleport me back 30 yrs and give me a Renault 5 Turbo 8)

Brotherhoodof_Biking

Didn’t even think Renault were still going!

billyboyjones

I've got my jamjar bottoms on now. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. (y)

Renault Zoe Hatchback 100KW i GT Line R135 50KWh 5dr Auto 24 months. £1611 plus 23 * £179. 8000mpa - £5728 Leasing.com
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Renault Zoe Hatchback 100KW i GT Line R135 50KWh 5dr Auto 24 months. £1611 plus 23 * £179. 8000mpa - £5728 Leasing.com
High spec with a reasonable annual mileage. List price of over £32000
John.Mason

Completly agree, just cannot see it working in practice. It's like hydrogen, sounds like a great idea but not so much when you dig into the detail.

Driving_range_sm

It all depends how much electricity your likely to put into your ev during off peak times. As far as I know, Uswitch doesn’t search for your best deal based on you telling it you will be consuming 10kw (Home use) during the day and 20kw during the night (ev use) So your left searching for what’s best for you and your ev yourself.

BiGfactHunt

Depends what region you are in. I’m in norweb so 10.46p kWh is the cheapest. Well it was 4 weeks ago when I put the switch request in. I don’t pay a penalty if I change supplier so I can move if a cheaper deal comes along. I just checked my deal on Uswitch to be on the safe side and got this so I’m doing something right :{

tyflux

You didn't try very hard for the leccy tariff. Ours is 8p over night and weekend. Octopus even less for a smaller window.

lumsdot

You hit the nail on the head. You cant compare a manual to an automatic. Its like comparing a black and white tv to a colour tv.

Extended Formula Renault Thrill £99 @ Red Letter Days
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Extended Formula Renault Thrill £99 @ Red Letter Days
Overview An unmissable chance for motoring fans to unleash their inner Lewis Hamiltons, driving a Formula Renault 2000 is truly unforgettable. Weighing just 490kg in all its carbon… Read more
Derek_Fortescue_Shatwell

An unmissable chance for motoring fans to unleash their inner Romain Grosjean, more like.

royaltee

Worth £350? Was it ever this price?

Codelas

Cmon people at least give credit that someone spent time on posting this deals instead of complaining that they should be in one

bodley59

;( ;( Spaaaam🐑🐑🐑🐑

Bear.Bargains

You've posted some decent deals here but collating these in one post would go down better.

New RENAULT KADJAR SUV SAVE 34% 1.3 TCE Iconic 5dr £14,995 @ New Car Discount
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New RENAULT KADJAR SUV SAVE 34% 1.3 TCE Iconic 5dr £14,995 @ New Car Discount
£14,995£23,01835%New-Car-Discount.com Deals
This is alot of car for sub 15k 34% Off list price...on a new RENAULT KADJAR 1.3 TCE Iconic 5dr petrol - manual 140bhp all for £14995 - including first reg fee, road tax & wa… Read more
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brienglish

Great deal, great price, but if you bought a Qashqai you'd be helping someone in Sunderland keep their job. I think the Qashqai styling is much better.

silentsource

Q to all - has anyone got any experience dealing with this company when purchasing any car? how does it work if you run into issues once it arrives?

apple.picker

I disagree.

Burgmeister

That That's right. They have never let me down. The rear lock not unlocking on the remote is hardly letting me down. The resistor pack was fixed by myself for £7 and, again, it didn't let me down - I could still drive anywhere I needed to. Clutch is wear and tear. All manual cars will need a new clutch at some point and, as it turns out, it was replaced once it started to slip so, again, I could still drive it without any major difficulty. Of course, if a resistor pack failing, a clutch wearing out or a remote door lock not working is your idea of being let down then you will not look at it the same way that I do

slimjimjim80

Happy to oblige (y)

Renault Zoe Hatchback - EV - 80KW I Play R110 50KWh 5dr Auto - £5,891 24 months / 8K pa @ What Car? Leasing
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Renault Zoe Hatchback - EV - 80KW I Play R110 50KWh 5dr Auto - £5,891 24 months / 8K pa @ What Car? Leasing
Good two year / 8k lease deal for a Renault Zoe. The Renault Zoe is great value, decent to drive and has a long range between charges. Small electric cars don't get any better.… Read more
villageidiotdan

Try it again and you'd lose your shirt. It was a once in a lifetime adjustment to the EV market, my brother had the same.

Belogical

The recent Kia Xceed 2 deal was best I have seen for a while just over £3.5k for 2 years based on 5k per annum but only 4.2p per mile excess!! Think that has finished now. New BMW 520 deal is decent that is on here too

Dwh8611

Wow. Well found. Please let me know if find any more bargains like that (y)

Belogical

Well done you!! Buying a car with zero depreciation is better than a lease! ....but hardly a regular occurrence. Whether to lease or buy is a simple calculation of expected depreciation.

cbflazaro1

Those cars, maybe. I bought my brand new zoe ze40 with battery ownership + extras + home charger + loan interest for a total of 19k, now a year later, I not only saved 2k of fuel, I could sell my car used for about the same I paid for it. Better than any lease

Renault Clio 0.9 TCE 90 Play 5dr Pre Reg £9,995 @ Evans Halshaw
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Renault Clio 0.9 TCE 90 Play 5dr Pre Reg £9,995 @ Evans Halshaw
£9,995£14,75032%Evans Halshaw Deals
I personally think this is a better car deal than the previous Peugeot 208 deal I posted a few weeks BACK as this a bit roomier & has the remainder of 5 year warranty. Renaul… Read more
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npnw1

I think your right. I spotted the additional supplement for three years. In principle best buying a 2016 car with £20 tax for life..

johnandyson

There's no real £5k saving as no one would pay list on this model. A year old example is £8k from a main dealer. Factor in the new model will be on the used market with a longer warranty then and another year of depreciation, I'd be surprised if you'd get offered much more than £5-5.5k on trade at two years old. Much better to lease if you don't want to keep it long-term.

rizla01

I wonder what the value of a 2 yr old version of the same model might be worth. Strikes me the 5k saving would take care of most of the 1st yrs devaluation.

Pokora

From which year is the fiesta?

PistolPete67

I've not got a chance to look it up, but I can't see any reason why the road tax would drop to £20 a year after 5 years. I reckon the £145 annual tax will be for the lifetime of the car.

RENAULT CAPTUR Hatchback 0.9 TCE 90 Iconic 5dr - £11,899 @ New Car Discount
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RENAULT CAPTUR Hatchback 0.9 TCE 90 Iconic 5dr - £11,899 @ New Car Discount
Always good to see another new car hit the sub £12k level. Fairly basic spec but has the all important climate control. Specs: Body Glass Electric rear windows Extra tint… Read more
billyboyjones

Good Sir, would you have any information or input in connection to the Renault Kadjar? I'm also ex trade and my wife and I have always had Talbot/Peugeot & now Peugeot/Citroen cars since the 80's. We've been to look at a 2019 2008 GT line recently but even compared to her 208 it felt very cramped. I think this has much to do with the raised seat frames. I was also spilling into her side of the motor. We both decided it was not ideal for her. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Antoine. (y)

DiscoDeeJay

I just bought my daughter one of these last month as her first car and was very surprised at how nippy it was, when I took it for a test drive. Easily the equivalent of the performance that a 1.6 was producing a few years ago.

Robo

Qashqai built approx 2000 cars a day over the last 14 years, assume you think they are stashed somewhere. Primera was no where near that number, it actually was a disaster in terms of sales globally. If Qashqai didn’t come along Nissan uk would have closed. But it looks like you have made your mind up, so believe what you want, enjoy.

1475369

They've got the handbrake still on chap. Tell them before setting off to release it and they should get a comfortable 40mpg. If the problem persists, check rear view mirror. If they can see a caravan or trailer full of bricks, this could also be impacting fuel efficiency.

kwl147

Dunno about the primera being a poor selling car. Saw a lot of them then and now even. Lot of old ones still doing their job. Customer satisfaction and selling in huge numbers aren't the same thing. The depreciation on them are absolutely terrible. Over priced and problematic. I'd love to see how they've sold so many, assuming they're not considering cars sold to dealerships as part of that.

Renault Zoe Elec Auto 52kWh Lease 245 miles range - £6,627.63 (Deposit - £1,771.23 + £330 fee + 23 months at £196.80, 8k M pa) @ Leasehub
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Renault Zoe Elec Auto 52kWh Lease 245 miles range - £6,627.63 (Deposit - £1,771.23 + £330 fee + 23 months at £196.80, 8k M pa) @ Leasehub
£6,627.63
Extremely good deal for a car that isn't even out yet (deliveries start in March, I believe). Includes battery so no battery lease required. If you're looking for an electric car … Read more
cbflazaro1

would be far far cheaper to buy new for 21-23k with battery included and selling it used after 2 years for 18-19k (easily)

SFconvert

Great post, can't see why Renault don't supply you with a 3pin granny charger, that's daft, they aren't that expensive and incredibly useful if going to stay with friends etc.

SFconvert

Exactly this, I've just gone with Symbio energy at under 11p per kWh at all times, then I can charge when I want ( or just use the slow charger as haven't got a charge point installed yet)! Also I didn't realise you also needed to fork out £199 on a smart cable, whatever that is..

Met-Cast

The motor does not require any idling, it simply turns off when stopped and turns on when you accelerate. So you'd use little charge while stationary - only what you use for heating, music etc. so you can just sit in the car for hours also or days - I do this when I'm playing around with the sat nav settings and I don't feel worried about draining the 12v or guilty about polluting the air and wasting fuel. Whereas a petrol car uses fuel just to keep the engine idle and wastes 70-80% of the energy as heat https://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/atv-ev.shtml

Shahavez_Kiani

This is a good question, does anyone know if these cars use charge when you're in stationary traffic?

Renault Captur Iconic £153 p/m NO DEPOSIT @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£5538.60 total)
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Renault Captur Iconic £153 p/m NO DEPOSIT @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£5538.60 total)
Not my cup of tea but seems a decent spec for the price - we've had loads of cars from Mad Sheep over the years for work and personal. £153 p/m over 3 years for 6000 miles or £164… Read more
JLH86

which the better car this or the kia xceed in terms of boot size and set for a family

Nate187

Is the new Captur available yet? It looks much better inside and out, the mrs is wanting one.

MOJOoo7

You can just replace with a used equivalent premium tyres. No need to buy new. This is useful info for anyone took out a lease of 2-3 years. I did a 3 years lease once and done 30k miles, did not have to replace one tyre as rotated wheels front to back. Front had about 4mm left and back was a bit more when rotation was done.

Vomit

My local audi will price match on tyres, may be worth asking if yours do too.

Bristle.Hound

90 bhp 899cc turbo 3 cylinder mated to a 5 speed manual gearbox

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