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New customer incentives for Renault Zoe

Renault Zoe

Renault is hoping to  spark more interest in its Zoe electric car with a series of retail-focused customer and marketing initiatives.

Renault has launched a new battery hire option for lower mileage retail customers. Available with all new Zoe orders, from £45 per month, when taken over a three-year term, based on 3,000 miles per year, it offers a more cost-effective alternative tailored to those doing shorter journeys on a regular basis.

The new package sees the Zoe Dynamique available, until March 31, on Renault Selections PCP from £189 per month, with a deposit of £1,720, including a £1,000 customer deposit contribution.

That’s on top of its Renault 4+ package which includes four years/100,000 miles warranty, roadside assistance and routine servicing (four years/48,000 miles).

From this month, Renault is also offering Selections 500. The new customer loyalty incentive, which includes Zoe, guarantees £500 as a part-exchange bonus towards a new Renault model at the end of a customer’s finance contract.

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  • PetrolHead - 31/01/2014 10:22

    Sadly, not many will be sold by leasing companies, when most are not selling their product due to their battery policy. Renault is the only one in the market place not selling the battery when buying the vehicle. It's a good idea for retail (battery rental) but for fleet is not and many of the big leasing companies are not quoting at all on any Renault EV product. Shame really since the Zoe is a great car.

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