With the option of leasing its battery separately, the Renault Zoe looks temptingly priced against the army of small electric cars due to hit the market soon, such as the Honda E and Mini Electric. These models are expected to offer a considerably shorter range, too. Updated with a big boost in performance and an improved interior, the latest Zoe remains a strong electric car contender.get the best price
Trim: Dynamique Nav
Well equipped with 16in alloy wheels, keyless entry and go, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, rear parking sensors, a DAB radio and sat-nav. We'd recommend adding a reversing camera and heated front seats, both of which are reasonably priced options.
Performance is surprisingly nippy around town, but above 40mph the Q90's acceleration quickly starts to tail off, whereas the more powerful R110 will get you up to 70mph noticeably more swiftly. Given that the later is cheaper to buy, it's where our money would go.