The lone ranger: Renault Zoe 40 review

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It will probably be a lot less fun trying to work out all of the various Zoe configurations, which are enough to make your brain whimper.

For starters, you can’t pair the new, bigger battery with the most basic trim level, called Expression. Entry level cars must still make do with just 22kWh and the reduced range that comes with it. If you want the ZE 40 battery you must opt for the better equipped Dynamique or Signature trim levels.

In effect this hike in trim level has amplified the cost gap between the small and large battery. Opting for 41kWh over 22kWh will cost at least £4,450 extra if you buy the Zoe outright, or £3,490 if you decide to lease the battery.

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