This Fiesta-sized supermini is one of the most affordable ways into electric motoring. It offers similar running costs to a diesel-powered Renault Clio, and that's before you consider Congestion Charge savings, or the fact that it's company car-tax free.
The Zoe's attributes don't stop at affordability. It's a great small car, with room for four and luggage, a suitably bright interior, and big-car standard equipment, including sat-nav.
It's even fun to drive, with the zesty initial acceleration and outstanding refinement of electric propulsion, as well as a comfortable ride.
Those with an electric-car-suitable lifestyle will be more than satisfied with its vital statistics. Renault claims a real-world range of 90 miles for the car, while it will take around four hours for a full charge from the free wall-mounted home charger. It's just a shame that you can't plug it into a three-pin domestic socket.
Prices listed are after government grant
|Claimed range||130 miles|