Used Renault ZOE For Sale

We currently have 10 in stock

There are 2 trims of ZOE manufactured by Renault in our current stock

Our stock of used Renault ZOE come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

Gearbox

Fuel Type

The Renault Zoe is a small electric alternative to cars like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo. The EV is ideal for the city where it has plenty of range and is exempt from paying inner-city tariffs such as the London Congestion Charge and ULEZ. Newer models have the range to go further afield, too. Inside the Zoe has decent infotainment, space for four adults at a push and a boot that’s surprisingly roomy. 

Renault has been selling the Zoe in the UK since 2013 and it’s gradually improved since then – 2018 brought more power and improved infotainment, while 2019 signalled the arrival of a bigger battery that increased the Zoe’s range up to 242 miles. Power has also steadily increased from 88hp in the early model to 135hp in the current model. 

Browse all our used Renault Zoe cars for sale – or visit your nearest Motorpoint store and take a closer look at one?

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What body styles are available on used Renault Zoe cars?

While some manufacturers make their EVs look fit for the set of a sci-fi movie, Renault wanted the Zoe to blend in. Its cheerful face could easily be mistaken for a Clio while hidden rear door handles give it a youthful three-door look. Other than that, it’s a conventional-looking five-door hatchback, only its tall body (the batteries are under the floor) and blank grille (no need for a radiator) hint that it’s electric. Inside, it’s surprisingly roomy. The flat floor means two adults can sit in the back without scrunching up their feet and there’s adequate knee and headroom. The 338-litre boot is also large, although not all models came with split/folding rear seats. 


What trim levels can you get on a Renault Zoe second-hand? 

Even when buying a used Renault Zoe, there are a variety of trim levels available – covering everything from Expression to Riviera and Venture Edition – so it pays to do your homework on the particular model year you’re looking at. 

A heavy facelift in 2019 brought an increased driving range, along with a 50kW charging capability, regenerative brakes with a braking B Mode that slows the car automatically when you take your foot off the accelerator and a new TFT digital instrument binnacle. These facelifted cars are worth hunting out. 

Having said that, all Zoes have a relatively high specification with things like a large infotainment screen, air conditioning and sat-nav coming as standard.

Newer versions of the Zoe are only available in high-end GT Line+ specification. They get sharp-looking 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels as standard, along with climate control, heated seats, front and rear parking sensors, a heated steering wheel and cruise control.


What’s the Renault Zoe’s infotainment like? 

The Renault Zoe’s infotainment has improved steadily throughout its life. Along with increased screen size, Android Auto was added in 2018, while Apple CarPlay and an upgraded Bose stereo option followed soon after that. 

Newish GT Line+ cars come as standard with a 9.3-inch centre touchscreen that has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, meaning it’s easier just to plug your phone in and use its apps and voice activation on the car’s big screen.

OEM loyalist? Then the standard system is okay, it can be a little sluggish to respond to your finger and the menus aren’t the most logically laid out, but it is at least a connected system so you get the same snazzy features – traffic avoidance, music streaming and live information – as the smartphone users.

All used Zoes for sale at Motorpoint come with safety kit including automatic emergency brakes, cruise control and two Isofix child-seat mounts in the back seats. 


How many miles does a Renault Zoe do on a full charge?

Renault Zoes are available with battery sizes ranging from 22 to 52kWh. The range you can expect varies greatly – early cars have a 130-mile official range but that’s optimistic, the latest model has a 242-mile range that should be readily achievable if you stay in town. Charging times should all be relatively quick no matter which model you choose – even the oldest versions can be charged from 0-80 per cent in 30 minutes using a public charger.


Is the Renault Zoe a reliable car?

The Renault Zoe should be more reliable than a conventionally powered rival thanks to its electric motor having fewer moving parts. You won’t need to change things like oil and coolant, plus brake disc and pad wear will be low thanks to the regenerative brakes doing most of the stopping.


Buy a used Renault Zoe at an unbeatable price from Motorpoint! 

You won’t find a better selection of Renault Zoe models and a more hassle-free buying process than at Motorpoint. Browse and buy entirely online, or find your nearest store and take a closer look.

Finance is available on every Zoe on sale at Motorpoint so if you want to break down the costs, take a gander at our personalised finance plans.