The lone ranger: Renault Zoe 40 review

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Plus of course you can now lope along for an hour enjoying yourself and still have 100 miles left in the battery to get home again, or to reach wherever it was you were supposed to be going.

There’s also an Eco mode button to eke out an extra 10% in range, and an efficient heat-pump heating system comes as standard. Heated seats are an option.

As a result of all of the above, it’s now much more enjoyable to drive the Zoe along a wintery country road without fear that you’ll visit the hedgerow, and also much more comfortable to guide the car through the urban slog of a traffic jam.

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