Brand New 2020 Renault Kangoo uk deals

Compare brand new 2020 Renault Kangoo prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £8300 from our dealers. Our 2020 Renault Kangoo deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Renault manufactures 15 model variants.

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Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 80 SS 5 1.5 80 118 £20211 Save £6298
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 95 SS 5 1.5 95 117 £20691 Save £6462
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 115 SS 5 1.5 115 122 £21531 Save £6739
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 115 SS 6 1.5 115 125 £23331 Save £7329
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 95 SS 6 1.5 95 122 £22491 Save £7054
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 95 SS 5 1.5 95 117 £20871 Save £6522
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 95 SS 5 1.5 95 117 £21771 Save £6818
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 115 SS 5 1.5 115 122 £22311 Save £6995
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 95 SS 6 1.5 95 122 £23571 Save £7408
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 115 SS 6 1.5 115 125 £24111 Save £7585
Manual Diesel 1.5dCi ENERGY 95 SS 5 1.5 95 117 £21951 Save £6877
Auto Electric 0.0Elec 33kWh 60 6 0.0 60 0 £33171 Save £12490
Auto Electric 0.0Elec 33kWh 60 6 0.0 60 0 £32091 Save £12071
Auto Electric 0.0Elec 33kWh 60 6 0.0 60 0 £34371 Save £12956
Auto Electric 0.0Elec 33kWh 60 5 0.0 60 0 £30291 Save £10903
Full length Renault Kangoo Z.E. van Phase II video review with market value analysis

List pricing is where most all-Electric vehicles fall down. They're usually so expensive that they only make sense with the asking figure spread out over long leases.

But refreshingly, things are different here. At first glance, asking prices ranging in the £17,000 to £19,000 bracket excluding the dreaded VAT look quite high, but that's before you take the government's Plug-in Van grant into account.

This lops a full £3,398 off the asking figure, bringing the resulting £14,000 to £16,000 asking price span to a point where there's hardly any premium at all for this Electric vehicle over its ordinary combustion-engined counterparts.

As in the standard Kangoo line-up, Z.E. 33 model buyers get a choice of two main bodystyles - the standard 4.2m long variant and, for a premium of £1,000, the bigger 4.6m-long 'Maxi' model, which can be ordered in two or five-seat form or in fully-glazed 'Crew Van Cab' form with a fold-out three-person split-folding rear bench.

Whichever Kangoo Z.E. variant you choose, bear in mind that simply buying it won't be the end of your outlay, for Renault has separated vehicle and battery ownership.

So once you've decided whether to purchase or lease this Van, you've then to take out a monthly subscription for the battery that will power it, the cost of which will be determined by the contract term you choose and your annual mileage.

This can be anything between one year and five, with annual mileage packages that are up to 4,500 miles, up to 6,000 miles, up to 7,500 miles or up to 9,000 miles pa. Depending upon the combination you choose, you're looking at a monthly fee of anything between £49 to £73 -but you'll need to talk to your dealer for specifics on that.

On top of the purchase price and the battery subscription, you'll also need to budget for a charging point, since Renault frowns upon operators using a three-pin plug supply on a regular basis, even if that were Business-practical.

The French brand works with British Gas for the installation of such a point, either at your home of place of Business and the cost will be around £800 ex vat.

The charging cable for this is of course supplied with the vehicle, but if you want a cable that will, occasionally, allow you to charge off a normal 220V home supply, then you'll need to buy a separate cable from your dealer..

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