If the article is correct, it comes in three trims:
Zoe Expression £13,650 after grant
Standard tomtom with touchscreen
Zoe Dynamique Intens £14,750 after grant
Standard tomtom with touchscreen, rear colour camera, dark interior pack
Zoe Dynamic Zen £14,750 after grant
Standard tomtom with touchscreen, light interior pack, active scent diffuser, ioniser and toxicity sensor
The battery hire pricing is shown in the article as being £70-103pcm.
The Renault site is currently showing the Zoe available to order for spring 2013 with a £49 deposit
With a bit of looking the other models are there.
Expression has wheel trims, climate, no skyroof, cruise, ISOFIX, Dynamique adds alloys, better stereo and more kit.
Why did they go with such daft names? Why follow the petrol/diesel models naming?
An ioniser? scent diffuser?
It does frustrate me that Renault do not take more time to think about how the car will be perceived-by lumping the girly ioniser nonsense pack into the light interior (which suits the car) they will put half of the market off.
Daft names, daft trim packaging? Not impressed so far. Come on Renault marketing, the car is original-don’t lump it with s**t Clio/Megane trim level names and don’t force people who want the light trim to have some daft nonsense instead of the reversing camera.
Make it appeal to car drivers not eco-warriors-they should be making the car seem an easy switch-over from petrol or diesel, not baffling buyers with “take care packages”.
Christ on a bike, it annoys me.