Used 2012 Renault Kangoo Z.E. Van Review & Ratings

Review & Ratings of the 2012 Renault Kangoo Z.E. Van

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The Renault Kangoo Z.E. Van is a revolutionary new model of the working man's van that has taken the market by storm. The main thing about this van is that is does not use petrol or diesel to fuel it! This innovative work van is powered 100 percent by electricity; making it the most environmentally work van on the market. This type of vehicle has been around for some time now; however it has not really exploded in popularity due to consumers being afraid that they will run out of a charge while they are out and about. This is a fairly logical concern, but rest-assured, batteries have come a long way in the past couple of years. You will be impressed to just what this van can handle, and how long it can handle doing it! Renault has always kept their eyes open on how the market changes in terms of trends and needs in vehicles, and have taken these findings into consideration and brought the Renault Kangoo Z.E. Van to the market at just the right time.

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The only downside to the Renault Kangoo Z.E. Van at the moment is that it is expensive to buy. The reason behind this is because electrically operated vehicles are still fairly new and manufacturers have yet to work out a cheaper way of building them. That being said, if you were to work out how much you would save it would probably be in your best interest to splurge on one. The price you can currently expect to pay ranges from US $26,000 to US $30,000. The more expensive end of the range of the Renault Kangoo Z.E. Van is a 5-seat van.

Unlike other electric vehicles where a battery is provided, Renault operates a little differently. Some people love their set up, others are not so impressed. Renault leases the battery to you for a monthly fee. This fee will vary depending on how many miles you travel monthly and also how long you sign up for the lease. Some feel as though Renault is simply trying to make money out of their consumers, but this is not entirely true. Due to this being a new concept, this is a great way for the manufacturer to keep an eye on these vehicles, make sure they are being cared for properly and evaluating battery life. You will have the option to charge at home with a Single Wall-Box, or at supermarket car parks.

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