Renault Zoe Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
5 / 5
Lease the battery and the Renault Zoe is one of the most recommendable electric cars, with low running costs and a surprisingly long range.
4.1 / 5
The Renault ZOE offers a genuine alternative to conventional superminis. It’s one of the most convincing and affordable electric cars we’ve tested.
8 / 10
Save for a few quirks the car's cabin is conventional, while the driving experience is refined and performance is acceptable.
4 / 5
The Renault ZOE is a very accomplished electric car. It has incredibly low running costs and should be a boon around town thanks to being extremely nippy and easy to park.
4 / 5
On the road the Zoe is fairly agile and nippy around town. Its 87bhp electric motor has 220Nm of pulling power, but that torque is available anywhere in the rev range which makes the car feel faster than it actually is.
8 / 10
The Zoe’s headline act is theoretical 250-mile range offered by the ZE40 model. However, if your driving consists primarily of short journeys, the entry-level model with its shorter range is a significantly cheaper option.
3.5 / 5
If you think that you can find room in your life for an EV, with all of the associated limitations and freedoms, you’ll find none better – or better priced – than the Renault Zoe.
7 / 10
Renault says this will be the world’s best-selling EV. On first appearances, we can see why.
3 / 5
The Renault ZOE makes the best case yet for electric cars as daily commuters and urban runabouts.