Renault’s Zoe electric vehicle (EV) has claimed the title of Auto Trader’s fastest-selling used car 2019 after claiming the top two places in its monthly ranking of vehicles delivering a speedy sale.
Renault has stopped offering the new Zoe with a battery lease option after the car was awarded class-leading residual values by Cap.
Auto Trader has said that the Renault Zoe’s dominance of its fastest selling used car rankings for November demonstrates car buyers’ growing appetite for electric vehicles (EV).
Renault has revealed the new third-generation Zoe EV, which has a new battery and new electric motor to deliver a 242-mile zero-emissions range.
The diesel-powered version of Mitsubishi’s Outlander SUV was the fastest-selling used car on Auto Trader during August – taking an average of just 17 days to leave forecourts.
The 2016 Renault Zoe (electric automatic) was on average the UK’s fastest selling used vehicle in July.
The growing cost of public charge points combined with low residual values could leave EV owners out of pocket, according to What Car?
The 2018 Renault Zoe will be priced from £18,420 and offer a 186-mile real-world range when it hits showrooms in the summer.
Just one in 100 car buyers are actively looking at new electric vehicles despite the Chancellor’s diesel demonization, according to What Car?
Motors.co.uk, has launched a new electric vehicle hub in response to “growing customer demand” for alternative fuel vehicles.
Renault has revealed the pricing and specification of its new long-range Zoe EV hatchback – claiming a potential pure-electric range of 250 miles.
A pure-electric Renault Zoe with a range of 250 miles will go on sale it the UK in November.
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