Renault Zoe Van review

Category: Small Van

Section: Interior

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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

The Renault Zoe Van’s interior is smart and modern, with plenty of leather and chrome finishes; the large 7in screen in the dash deals with the infotainment side of things, while a 10in screen ahead of the driver forms the digital instrument cluster. By any van standards it’s high-tech and very sophisticated.

It is not, however, as practical as most vans. Being a very small car, there is of course almost no storage, except for the central cubby hole, a small shelf above the glovebox and very narrow door bins. It’s also really compact, so big drivers struggle to get comfortable, especially as the seating position is high, and there’s limited travel in the seat front-to-back.

Two trim levels are available, Business and Business+, with the entry-level vehicles getting air-conditioning, automatic lights and wipers, and keyless entry and start. Integration for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is also included, along with the 7in central touchscreen and the 10in digital cluster. Steel wheels are about the only item that stand out as being a bit ordinary on what is an otherwise very high specification.

Business+ models get satellite-navigation, wireless phone charging and rear-parking sensors with a reversing camera. There’s also 16in alloys and assistance systems including lane departure warning and traffic sign recognition. It’s certainly the most luxurious trim level of any small van, and the upgrade cost is surprisingly modest – in the region of £1000.

Autonomous Emergency Braking is the only option available, which for what will presumably be a city-based vehicle will be worth considering.

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