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Renault Zoe review – the best value for money EV in 2020!

Need help buying your next car? Click and my team and I will help you choose your ideal car at a fair price – from Mat Watson!
This is the new Renault Zoe!

Renault’s updated the Zoe to give it some new tech, tweak the design, and more importantly, they’ve fitted a new battery and motor to give it better range!

Of course, we’re not short on choice when it comes to the small EV market, with competition like the Peugeot e208 and MINI Electric already standing out from the crowd. So does the new Zoe have what it takes to go one better and become the must-have small EV of 2020?

Check out Mat’s latest review to find out!

00:00 Intro
00:35 Price
01:10 Exterior Design
03:02 Battery & Motor
03:55 0 – 60mph
04:35 Interior Design
06:16 Back Seats
07:29 Boot
08:38 Practicality
10:02 Five Annoying Things
11:51 Five Good Things
13:09 Town Driving
16:00 Motorway Driving
16:58 Twisty Road Driving
17:42 Trims
18:33 Infotainment
19:49 Verdict

Renault Zoe Specifications – GT Line Trim:
Battery – 52kWh
Range – 245 miles
Top Speed – 87mph
Acceleration – 9.5 seconds
Power – 135hp

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  • carwow
    September 10, 2020

    So would you choose the new Zoe over the Peugeot e208 or MINI Electric?!

  • E K
    September 19, 2020

    Uncomfortable seating, large impractical boot, weird door handles, unsafe seat belt latching, and unresponsive steering for over £580 per kWh.

  • Aiden Bagshaw
    September 20, 2020

    Not only am I not in the market to buy a new car, I don’t even live in a part of the world where this car is for sale. So why did I watch this?

  • Nigel Weir
    September 20, 2020

    Another crap review , more interested in making stupid comments

  • Nigel Weir
    September 20, 2020

    This review is total crap , must have been sponsored by vw , Audi , seat , oh yes vw group

  • OLgoods
    September 21, 2020

    30k? For this? Huh?

  • Steven Yoo
    September 21, 2020

    the problem with renault's center screens is that it's way too far from any elbow rest and you end up trying to use it with your arms fully extended without any support. slightest shakes make aiming your finger an immensely annoying task.

  • hsm_presents
    September 21, 2020

    £1000 extra for circa 2009 50kW charging. This is 2020 today 150kW needs to be entry level charging.

  • Tim Rogers
    September 21, 2020

    It's a Renault. No thanks.

  • JIN Khan
    September 22, 2020

    now MATT understand tht why automobile makers add fake vents in their cars…!!!

  • Bogdan
    September 25, 2020

    I'm more interested into your electric scooter, 😁where can i buy one from and how it called so i can have a look online?

  • Sulia
    September 25, 2020

    Wtf.. a sticker in the door?? 🤣😂🤣

  • Mono Vision Fobia
    September 25, 2020

    In snowy conditions charging point in front is sheit. Some manufactures underestimate how dangerous it is driving through the winter reversing to away ice clogging chargepoint.

  • Rajat Patel
    September 26, 2020

    U didn't removed the plastic cover from screen cleaner cloth so that explains why it didn't work😅

  • jayna reynolds
    September 27, 2020

    Musk just announced his newest electric car will cost only $25,000.00!

  • tugan bolatlı
    September 27, 2020

    I'm Just thinking have you ever give a verdict about avoiding a car, you Just allways give a verdict of shortlisting…

  • Parvez Ahmed Jalil
    September 30, 2020

    Shows how the ICE manufacturers are unable to compete on price when it comes to battery tech and costs.. Hence they have to cut corners on quality elsewhere to lower costs.. E. g crap interior and seats 😂

  • Kevan Crossin
    September 30, 2020

    Add 10k and get entry level cyber truck not an electric wheel barrow.

  • Simon Swan
    September 30, 2020

    Lots of comments say it expensive for a cheap car and it is in a way. But you can't compare it to other 30k petrol cars. Its not 30k really. Grant and CARWOW make 22k and of that about 8k is the battery (approx price per Kw is £160 x 50kw battery) So the rest of the car is £14k ish. Now you can buy a BRAND NEW renault petrol engine (Megane) for less than £1500, although not retail from your Renault dealer. So is any Megane available for £15k? Nope. Batteries are VERY expensive so until that is sorted electric cars will cost alot more than the equivalent ICE car, its just the way it is. I think the Zoe is a nice if slighlty bland and unadventurous looking car. It could just be a petrol hatchback. But electric hatches with a 200 mile range kind of cost this much. The sum is simple Smaller battery = cheaper but less range.

  • Shane Blackburn
    October 4, 2020

    26 fucking grand

  • Florian J
    October 7, 2020

    This interior is one of the cheapest I've ever seen and this car costs in Germany at least 31.000€! That's rubbish

  • William Correia
    October 7, 2020

    I would only buy this car if I had a specific purpose for it such as living in central London where I could benefit every bloody day from its £30k cost. For everyone else in this country it just looks like a Renault kinder egg style cheap finishing car with Mercedes price

  • It needs 150 kW DC charging, no EV should take over 30mins to rapid charge to 80%. Plus it looks really girly.

  • The Rusted Pixel
    October 11, 2020

    Ok, car reviewers, stop complaining about fake exhausts already! Here's a car without any and it looks like it's wearing a huge nappy. Give me fake exhausts any day. Even on an electric! Just don't give my car a nappy.

  • Ken Neely
    October 11, 2020

    Oh Mr. Mat. You so funny.

  • Mark Dickson
    October 12, 2020

    I thought I really liked this vehicle and may be good for my mother. Hell no, those seats and no armrests, the boot, in fact the entire car looks like too many corners cut to reach its price which may have been ok a few years ago but much better quality on offer for similar money now.

  • thats not the cheapest electric car

  • fadzlen kadir
    October 15, 2020

    Matt and Yianni drag race in these cars…

  • Osquar
    October 16, 2020

    So if you live in a flat you're screwed.

  • Frazing
    October 17, 2020

    Matt у тебя крутой канал. Нам не хватает твоего британского акцента.

  • Dan Chatka
    October 17, 2020

    Seems like a good car for the money, and for narrow streets.

  • Con Chalmers
    October 17, 2020

    Best value for money? Are you aware of MG?

  • ThePuffin77
    October 18, 2020

    Those 15" alloy wheels look suspiciously like steel wheels with hub caps.

  • Ankur Mehrotra
    October 19, 2020

    This was my favorite rental car until a few months ago when it decided to simply stop on a highway, with errors which made no sense. Maybe the new model is nicer but it feels like a cheaper car inside for that price. Usually I am not a fan of Matt's cribbing about plasticiky bits, but here he is spot on!

    The good part, when it runs its very easy to handle, very quiet (duh!) and its probably a good city car. On motorway, I felt it struggles. It is an entry level car and at that its very good.

  • Andrew Gardner
    October 19, 2020

    I can loads of small component sharing with other Renault brands like Dacia etc

  • Matthew Pitt
    October 19, 2020

    Nobody ever charges from 0-100%. More realistic rapid charge timing would be how long it takes from 20-80% which is what you'd do on a roadtrip. It's probably about 40mins so a lunch stop at a service station.

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