Longer-range Renault Zoe to cost from £22,345
01 November 2016
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Renault has confirmed that its Zoe electric vehicle featuring a larger battery will cost from £22,345.
Due on UK roads from January, the larger battery will enable the model to travel up to 250 miles between charges - 100 more than the existing model, which continues to be priced from £18,495.
The Zoe is also eligible for the Government's £4,500 Plug-in Car Grant, which reduces the cost further.
Prices listed above exclude monthly battery lease options, which costs between £49-£110 depending on versions and mileage limits.
Three trim levels will be offered: Expression, Dynamique Nav and the new top-of-the-range Signature Nav.
Entry-level models are equipped with a seven-inch touchscreen satnav and media system, climate control, cruise control and electric heated mirrors as standard.
Dynamique Nav adds rear parking sensors, leather detailing, electrically adjustable door mirrors and a one-year subscription to the ZE (zero-emissions) app, which allows customers to remotely charge or schedule charges from a smartphone or computer.
The top-of-the-range model, meanwhile, features leather seats, a Bose sound system and alloy wheels specific to the trim level.