Available new from: June 2015  -  November 2016

Renault Zoe Hatchback (12 on)

Performance

Power86 bhp
Top Speed84 mph
0-60 mph13.1 secs
Torque220 Nm, 162 ft-lb
Electric rangeN/a
CO2 Emissions0 g/km
Euro Emissions Standard-
Miles Per Tank-
Battery size 22 kWh
Battery warranty Unlimited
Example times to recharge battery
To recharge from 0-100% takes 9 hours at a charge rate of 3 kW
To recharge from 0-100% takes 4 hours at a charge rate of 7 kW
To recharge from 0-80% takes 1 hour at a charge rate of 22 kW
To recharge from 0-80% takes 0 hours 30 minutes at a charge rate of 43 kW

Note: A standard household socket can charge at around 3kW; to access higher-power (faster) charging times requires the installation of a home fast-charger or use of a public charge point.

Charging coupler / connector Type 2

Costs

Lease this car new from £206 per month
Additional cost to lease battery? Yes
Energy consumption N/a
Insurance group17
Annual road tax£0
Monthly company car tax cost (Basic Rate)£56 - £56
Monthly company car tax cost (Higher Rate)£111 - £111

Dimensions

Fuel Capacity-
Weight1468kg
Length4084mm
Width1945mm
Height1562mm
Wheelbase2588mm
Turning Circle10m

Equipment list & trim options

Cabin & Luggage

Doors5
Seats5
Luggage Capacity338 litres
Unbraked Towing Weight-
Braked Towing Weight-

Engine

Engine Size-
Cylinders-
Valves-
Fuel TypeElectric
TransmissionAutomatic
Gearbox1 Speed Auto
DrivetrainRear wheel drive

Safety ratings

Euro NCAP Rating – 5 stars

The Renault Zoe Hatchback was tested by Euro NCAP in 2013 and was awarded a 5 star overall rating. This overall rating is calculated from the following individual ratings:

5 star rating
Test 2013
Individual safety ratings
Adult Occupant: 89%
Child Occupant: 80%
Vulnerable Road Users: 66%
Safety Assist: 85%

Euro NCAP provides motoring consumers with a realistic and independent assessment of the safety performance of some of the most popular cars sold in Europe. The safety ratings are determined from a series of vehicle tests, designed and carried out by Euro NCAP. These tests represent, in a simplified way, important real life accident scenarios that could result in injured or killed car occupants or other road users.