New Renault Kangoo Z.E 33 at Brayley Renault

Renault Kangoo Z.E. 33

The new 100% electric KANGOO Z.E. van

The Renault KANGOO Z.E electric van has the practicality and load capacity of the standard Renault Kangoo with zero emissions and a range of up to 125 miles.  
Book your test drive at your local Renault van dealer in Milton Keynes today.

 

Kangoo Z.E. 33 Van

3.5m3 load space, overall length 4,282mm.

Kangoo Z.E. 33 Maxi Van

4.6m3 load space, overall length 4,666mm.

Kangoo Z.E. 33 Crew Van

3.4m3 load space, overall length 4,666mm.

Features

 

⦁ Range of partitions available: full steel bulkhead, tubular, glazed steel bulkhead, swinging mesh partition or a multi-positional mesh.

⦁ Up to 14 anchorage points in the load area.

⦁ Sliding side door.

⦁ Folding passenger seat to fit longer items.

⦁ Efficiency technologies include regenerative braking, low consumption tyres and Eco mode.

Driving range

You can recharge in just six hours and you’ll have a WLTP* range of 143 miles in one charge. With 124 miles in summer and 75 miles in winter** – that’s measured in real-world use.

Charging

A public charging station takes between six - nine hours (depending on the power available) to fully charge your Kangoo Z.E. 33. You can recharge 20 miles of driving range in 1hour.

Safety

Electronic Stability Program, traction control (ASR) and understeer control logic come as standard along with Hill Start Assist.

Starting from £23,472

Price excludes VAT

For full pricing information and further Kangoo Z.E.33 specification details.

Download the Renault Kangoo Z.E 33 Brochure

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*What is the WLTP and why the real-life range is similar to it?
Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP), this new homologation protocol gives fuel consumption and driving range results that are much closer to real-life conditions figures than the NEDC protocol. While the old NEDC test determined test values based on a theoretical driving profile, the WLTP cycle was developed using real-driving data, gathered from around the world.  WLTP therefore better represents everyday driving profiles.
**Why is the range reduced in winter?
Like all batteries, those in Z.E. vehicles are less efficient in cold weather than at warmer ambient temperatures. This means that you can expect a reduction in the range of your Renault Z.E. in the winter. Also, in winter you are more likely to use the heating, which means Kangoo Z.E. consumes more energy.