$A49990+ (estimated base price)
The Renault Zoe has been pulled from the Australian auto market, with French car maker citing lack of EV-supportive government policies.
|EV Type||BEV||Charging Plugs (AC)||Type 2|
|BEV Range (km)||400||Charging Plugs (DC)|
|Real World Range (km)||300||Max Charge Rate (kW, AC/DC)||20/-|
|Battery Size (kWh)||41||Tow Rating (kg)
|Max. Power (kW)||66||Max. Torque (Nm)||225|
Reviews & Road Trips
- From Perth to Esperance in three different (non-Tesla) electric cars - West Australian AEVA members initiate a "Plasmaball Run" challenge to get to Esperance as quick as they can by electric car, using whatever charging means they can.
- How this Renault Zoe EV drives home-based Queensland business - Medical supplies business owner Paul Williams explains how his new EV, and his 8.5kW solar system, works for him.
- November EV sales in Europe: More than one in four is a plug-in EV! - One in four car sales in Europe are now plug-in EVs thanks to good policies, not head-in-the-sand partisan campaigns.
- Renault Zoe and Dacia Spring fall flat in latest safety tests - Europe's cheapest electric car, the Dacia Spring, and latest-generation Renault Zoe score miserably in latest Euro safety ratings.
- Which EV can travel the furthest on a single unit of energy? - Tesla says its vehicles are known to have the highest energy efficiency of any EV built to date. Is that true? And which EVs are rated the most efficient in Australia?
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