With a Renault Zoe lease deal, you can drive away a brand-new car for a fixed amount of time, similar to ‘hiring’ the vehicle. At the end of the contract, which is usually around 2-5 years, you return the car to us and are free to choose another newer model to lease or look elsewhere.
You don’t need to worry about the car depreciating in value either, as you’re not the owner. The overall leasing process is made quick and easy too, taking all of the hassles out of choosing your next car.
Benefits Of Renault Zoe Leasing
The Renault Zoe is one of the best small electric cars to lease. Pretty looks and a well-made, high-quality interior are major plus points, and the Zoe is fun to drive as well as efficient. There is also a large boot and a big battery, resulting in an affordable electric vehicle which has more driving range on a single charge than most. For a full rundown of all of its features head to our in-depth Zoe review.
Why Choose A Renault Electric Car Lease?
Choosing a Renault electric car lease is a wise choice if you’re looking to reduce your motoring costs. Electric cars are cheaper to run than petrol or diesel cars and they’re often less expensive to maintain, as fewer moving parts mean there’s less to go wrong.
Electric cars have zero emissions, so they have a reduced impact on the environment. This can also help you save money, as the reduced emissions mean you qualify for free road tax.
With your Renault electric car lease, you’ll make it easier to upgrade to the latest technology, which is ever-changing in EVs (electric vehicles). Contracts usually last between two and five years and once yours is up, you can simply return your car and start looking for your next model.
If you’re still looking around for a new motor, don’t forget to check out all our latest electric car lease deals for even more choice.
Renault Zoe Range
One of the more efficient electric cars on sale, the Zoe comes with a choice of two motors depending on the trim. The 110hp R110 motor is good for between 239 and 245 miles of range on official economy tests, while the more powerful 135hp R135 can cover around 239 miles. All Zoes come with the same 52kWh lithium-ion battery.
These distances will vary with driving style, as well as traffic and weather conditions. Interior electrical power consumers, such as the air conditioning, can also have an impact on range, but the Zoe combats this with very good regenerative braking and pre-conditioning systems. An Eco mode limits engine performance and the strength of the air conditioning to maximise the available driving range.