Initial Rental: 6 Months (£1379.94 exc VAT)
Contract Term: 48 Months
Annual Mileage: 10,000 Miles
Initial Rental: 6 Months (£1665.93 inc VAT)
Contract Term: 48 Months
Annual Mileage: 10,000 Miles
|24 months||10000 miles/year||£189.99 exc VAT||£1139.94 exc VAT|
|36 months||10000 miles/year||£229.99 exc VAT||£1379.94 exc VAT|
|48 months||10000 miles/year||£229.99 exc VAT||£1379.94 exc VAT|
|24 months||10000 miles/year||£227.98 inc VAT||£1367.93 inc VAT|
|36 months||10000 miles/year||£275.98 inc VAT||£1655.93 inc VAT|
|48 months||10000 miles/year||£275.98 inc VAT||£1655.93 inc VAT|
Another key pioneer in the electric car world, and one which needs recognition, is the Renault Zoe. A super-mini/city car, the Zoe has been in worldwide production for just over 7 years (with the original idea dating back to 2009); this is some considerable time longer than the newer product coming to the markets during 2020! A positive strategic alliance with Nissan (and Mitsubishi) has enabled Renault to grow a genuine electric offering with both this and its Kangoo (a small commercial vehicle).
Are electric cars cheap enough? One of the main barriers to entry is the initial cost price of an EV, not taking into account any Government grants. While there are a number of executive salon and luxury SUVs in the electric car market, Renault have created a mass-market option which is affordable for personal and business leasing customers alike. To further benefit customers, Renault updated their Zoe and Kangoo models in 2019, with 2020 being the crucial release year for their new EVs.
So can you enjoy an electric life with the Renault Zoe (as they state)? The latest revision has seen significant changes to both the aesthetics of the vehicle (interior and exterior) plus some great battery improvements. One of the main critiques of the Zoe was that it fell short of the combustion competitors – the VW Polo, Ford Fiesta, Nissan Micra. Why would a customer pay more for a less attractive small car with less specification and a limited range? With the new Zoe, customers now have modern car which looks great (like the ever-popular Clio) plus a usable electric range.
The lithium-ion battery has a 52kWh usable capacity and a comprehensive warranty of 8 years or 100,000 miles. So how far will the new Zoe go? With a WLTP range of nearly 240 miles, you can probably expect real world driving of just over 230 miles in Summer with a reduced mileage of around 150 in the colder winter times. Charging times will depend on what you are plugging into; a 7kW charge point will take just over 9 hours for 0-100% with a faster 22kW AC charge point doing the same in around 3 hours. Performance-wise, you can enjoy the 80 or 100kW options. The former will offer 109ps and 0-62 times of 11.4 seconds (with an 84mph top speed) whereas the latter increases power to 135ps and reduces 0-62 times to 9.5 seconds (with an 87mph top speed). Add the “Rapid Charge” option to your Zoe and you can utilise the quicker DC charging. Via the CCS fastcharge port you can achieve 0-80% in just over one hour using a 50kW unit.
The eCar Lease team form part of a leading family business with over 50 years of automotive experience. With CarLease UK, VanLease UK and Schoolminibus Leasing UK supporting the team, we have a solution for every personal or business leasing customer. Quality and customer service is crucial to everything we do; not only are we consistently ranked highly on Trustpilot but our business has received awards for customer service and green fleet innovations. Unlike many of our competitors, we don’t operate a call-centre approach to customer management. From making an enquiry on your EV right through to delivery you will in the capable hands of a dedicated team of EV specialists. This team will manage your contract throughout the lifetime of the sale and beyond. Our aftersales care is second to none.
We appreciate that leasing an electric car, particularly for the first time, will involve a considered approach and you may have a number of questions you need answers to. If your queries on vehicle options, fuel types, charging and range cannot be answered through our electric car guide just speak to one our team who will be happy to help. If you are a local Manchester or Liverpool customer please feel free to visit our team. Based in Leigh, just off the A580 (East Lancashire Road) we are accessible to all of our Northwest customers. As part of going the extra-mile, our onsite ChargePoint CP4323-UK Dual Port Wall Mount 22kW capable charging station is available for our customers to demo along with our small fleet of electric vehicles including the Model 3 Tesla, VW e-Golf and the Hyundai Ioniq. With free 1 hour test-drives available (subject to your driving licence) you can be rest assured that your electric vehicle will meet your needs and requirements
Providing our customers with a safe and secure leasing experience is paramount. Not only are we proud leasing broker members of the BVRLA and Leasing Broker Federation but we are also authorised and regulated by the financial conduct authority (the FCA). Our customers will be introduced to some of the leading finance and leasing companies including LeasePlan, Lex, Hitachi, Alphabet, Santander, ALD and Arval. This provides our customers with access to the benefits offered by some of the leading electric car leasing deals in the UK.
With a range of financial products including contact hire, finance lease and personal contract purchase, whether you are looking to buy or lease your new EV we can assist you or your fleet.
The eCarLease UK team are experts in electric car and van leasing. As part of the CarLease UK group of companies (carlease.uk.com) we have over 50 years experience in selling and leasing new vehicles to happy customers.
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