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Renault Zoe review

Category: Electric car

Section: Passenger & boot space

Renault Zoe rear seats
  • Renault Zoe front cornering
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  • Renault Zoe dashboard
  • Renault Zoe rear seats
  • Renault Zoe 2021 RHD dashboard detail
  • Renault Zoe side panning
  • Renault Zoe front studio
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  • Renault Zoe 2021 instruments
  • Renault Zoe infotainment screen
  • Renault Zoe boot
  • 2020 Renault Zoe charging
  • Renault Zoe front cornering
  • Renault Zoe rear cornering
  • Renault Zoe dashboard
  • Renault Zoe rear seats
  • Renault Zoe 2021 RHD dashboard detail
  • Renault Zoe side panning
  • Renault Zoe front studio
  • Renault Zoe rear studio
  • Renault Zoe 2021 instruments
  • Renault Zoe infotainment screen
  • Renault Zoe boot
  • 2020 Renault Zoe charging
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

There’s enough space in the front for tall adults to get comfy, although you’ll find your head closer to the ceiling than you would in a Peugeot e-208. With a convenient tray below the touchscreen to stow your phone, a couple of small cupholders and a shallow cubby for pens and other oddments above the glovebox, interior storage is adequate but not outstanding.

All models have five doors, making access to the rear seats fairly easy. Once inside, shorter adults will be more than comfortable, but taller folk will find themselves a bit squeezed for head room and, if there’s a long-legged person sitting in front, knee room, too. The Volkswagen ID.3 is roomier in the rear, although the Zoe beats the Mini Electric, Fiat 500 and Peugeot e-208 in this area.