Looking to go fully electric? If you live in the urban jungle or just need a small hatchback, the Renault Zoe is a competitively-priced choice. It was launched in 2013, so there are plenty of inexpensive used buys on the market. While not as well-specced or modern, earlier models are well worth considering. From 2020, Renault significantly improved the range of the Zoe to class-leading levels, so keep that in mind if buying used and you’re planning on traveling long distances.
Visit the Renault Zoe model page to explore available vehicles and learn more.
What we think about the Renault Zoe
A fully-electric, small hatchback with this range is something of a game-changer – and it’s cheap to run, too.
Low running costs
Long range on newer cars
Not cheap to buy
Earlier cars had shorter range
Looks may be too understated for some
The Zoe comes in three trim levels: Play, Iconic and GT Line. Whichever trim level you choose, you’ll get a sleek, stylish car with an ultra-modern, swish interior that feels futuristic, even in earlier cars. The feature set is good but slightly better in some rivals.
Our verdict of the Renault Zoe
4.5 / 5 Gumtree rating
The Renault Zoe will appeal to a market as far-reaching as its excellent range. If you want a small EV, it should definitely be on your shortlist.