Renault Zoe

Renault Zoe 0-60 Times – A Performance Overview

We touched a bit on the Renault Zoe back in October when we provided an overview of service costs. Today we shift focus to performance, including Renault Zoe 0-60 times. But first, a bit of history. Renault does not directly sell any of its products in the United States. After selling its share of the American Motor Company to Chrysler in 1987, Renault decided that the American market was not the place to be. Although the company has no plans to return to the U.S. market, they haven’t abandoned us completely. You see, Renault owns around 45% of Nissan. Nissan manufactures the Leaf, which is the best selling all-electric vehicle (EV) in the United States. For the time being at least, Renault seems to be content with conquering the U.S. EV market indirectly. That being said, we here at...

Renault Zoe Service Cost: Everything You Need to Know

French automaker Renault is not on par with Ford or Toyota as a household name in the U.S. The company suspended sales of their cars in 1987 after selling its share of the American Motor Company to Chrysler. While we yanks may not have the privilege of driving one, Renault’s cars are EXTREMELY popular in Europe. Renault released the third generation of its all-electric Zoe line earlier this year. Among the upgrades from the second generation line are a 25% increase in power and a dramatic improvement in range. If you’re lucky enough to be an owner, here is everything you need to know about Renault Zoe service cost. What’s Included    Renault recommends that you service your Zoe at least once every year. Considering that I take my Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicle i...