Used 2012 Renault Fluence Z.E. Sedan Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2012 Renault Fluence Z.E. Sedan

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 Pros The electric battery can be changed while traveling at a Better Place battery exchange place. Typical electric cars require recharging and changing the battery is not really an option. Being able to change the battery while traveling allows families to go further than with other electric cars and makes the driving range limitless.

 Pros Driving expenses become a fixed price because drivers pay the same amount every month for the ability to change batteries, which means no more worrying about not having time to charge or the ever changing price of gasoline.

 Pros The Fluence Z.E. maintains its family car stance by keeping the interior spacious and comfortable enough for any trip. The features are maintained from the previous model to give buyers everything that they have come to know while adding more value.

 Pros There are consistent safety features that allow passengers to focus on the enjoyment of the ride. These features are both inside and outside the car and have been recalibrated to work better with the electric car instead of the petrol.

 Pros Excellent road handling is provided with various stability features. Although this version is lighter overall, necessary modifications were made to ensure that the road handling was not affected by the changes.

 Pros The exterior style of the Renault Fluence Z.E. Sedan provides a distinct look that is instantly recognizable. This has been done without adding too many unnecessary frills or taking away from the distinct style that is all Fluence.

 Cons If drivers choose to charge the battery instead of switching it out, a standard charge takes between six and eight hours. Although there are faster ways to get a complete charge, this tends to take valuable time unless it is done at night or during work hours.