Renault's new electric Fluence Z.E will cost from £17,850 when it goes on sale next year
29 June 2011

The electric Renault Fluence Z.E will cost from £17,850 (including the government’s £5000 Plug-In Car Grant), making it the “UK’s most affordable electric car.”

Customers will also pay £75 per month on battery leasing, when the car is launched next year.

The entry-level ‘Prime Time’ Fluence Z.E gets 16-inch alloys, climate control, cruise control, ecoMeter and sat-nav, as well as charging sockets on both front wings.

Power for the Fluence Z.E comes courtesy of a 94bhp/167lb ft of torque electric motor, with a claimed range of 115 miles, “depending on driving and road conditions,” according to Renault.

The electric Renault Fluence Z.E is available to reserve online now for £20.

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