Our Renault electric car lease options
Renault is a French car manufacturer that has been around since 1899. Renault is a top-selling car brand producing quality budget-friendly vehicles and it is no different when it comes to their electric vehicles. The brand has over a decade of experience in the area and more than 15% of all 100%-electric vehicles sold in Europe in 2020 were manufactured by Renault. The award-winning Renault Zoe is a popular electric vehicle lease choice due to its impressive real-world range and value for money. However, this is not the only all-electric vehicle Renault have released with numerous all-electric and hybrid models available. DriveElectric can offer competitive all-electric Renault lease deals for personal and business customers. View our Renault electric car lease offers below:
The Fully Charged Show took a trip to Paris to look at the Renault Zoe Z.E.50 when at the time (2019) the Renault Zoe had reached 120,000 sales since 2012, it’s one of the most popular electric cars in Europe and in it’s third generation. The Z.E.50 has had a mild facelift and tech-lift, it still looks like a Zoe, the lights are one of the most notable changes. The front badge pops open at the touch of a button to reveal the charging port (Type 2 and CCS), which is handy for nosing up to your home / public charging point, no need to remember which side of the car to plug in on. There’s even a false floor in the boot to hide your charging cables (and bags for life) under! Two of the biggest changes inside this Zoe are the digital dashboard and the portrait style tablet interface pioneered by Tesla and clearly beginning to be adopted by mainstream manufactureres too. Watch the video to find out more.
The family hatchback car segment might not be rocketing in growth quite as fast as SUV models generally, but there are some style beacons to be found within the electric hatchback world with some cult icons emerging; the Nissan LEAF, BMW i3 and Honda-e are all examples of this and were built from the ground up as electric cars. There are new hatchback options becoming available too like Volkswagen’s ID.3 for example. It’s the first car from the ID range, VW’s first electric only line, with no petrol or diesel variants available.View all hatchbacks
As well as the positive difference you can make to the environment by going electric, a big part of the attraction is the savings you can make on fuel. Over 90% of EV charging is done at home, as this is usually the most cost-effective way to do so. The average cost to charge electric car batteries from empty to full at home depends on your electricity tariff and the vehicle you own.
Whether you want to know the cost to charge a Tesla, a Hyundai or something else, all you need to do to work out how much a full charge is, is multiply the cost of electricity by the size of your car’s battery. This is measured in kilowatt hours (kWh). Read on for more information and some handy tips to maximise your EV’s potential.Read more
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