Renault Zoe Van review

Category: Car-based van

Section: Passenger & boot space

Renault Zoe Van rear cargo space
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  • Renault Zoe Van interior
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  • Renault Zoe Van front action
  • Renault Zoe Van side view
  • Renault Zoe Van interior
  • Renault Zoe Van rear cargo space
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What Car?’s Zoe Van deals

Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Converting the Renault Zoe into a van hasn’t required any particularly sophisticated engineering. The rear seats have been removed and a part-mesh, part-solid bulkhead has been installed to separate the occupants from the loadspace.

The rear windows are covered over with a plastic film to comply with legislation that requires them to be made unusable, while a flat floor has been created to get the loadspace nearly level with the boot lip. The plastic film windows, plus a regular rear windscreen, won’t keep prying eyes from scrutinising the contents of your loadspace for long, so a covered section towards the front keeps your bits out of sight, while the parcel shelf covers the rear.