New Zoe Arrives

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Renault Ireland tells Motorhub: “The 100% electric New Renault ZOE Z.E. 50 has arrived in Irish dealerships with an extended range of 395km, greater performance, a completely redesigned interior, a fresh new exterior look and the most flexible charging on the market, priced from €26,990 including SEAI grant.

Renault Brand Ambassador and broadcaster Doireann Garrihy was on hand to announce the arrival of New ZOE on Irish shores.

Renault goes on to say: “Priced from €26,990 with three generous trim levels, the third generation New ZOE is the most affordable electric car in Ireland with 395km range – saving customers €9,000 versus other long-range electric cars. ZOE has been the best-selling electric car in Europe since its launch. Customers can now take exclusive test drives at Renault’s network of 27 dealerships around Ireland, giving customers the chance to get into New ZOE and experience it for themselves. There are three trim levels available with New ZOE – starting with entry-level Play, Iconic and GT Line.”

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