Renault Kangoo ZE 33 Electric

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The New Renault Kango Electric Van Lease ZE33
Buying an electric van has never really made any sense until now that is.
The price is just too good to pass

  • 143 mile driving range
  • Reanault fast charge. Charges 20 miles in an hour on lunch breaks
  • Zero emissions so perfect for restricted cities
  • Real life driving 123 miles summer 75 miles in a cold winter
    (need the heater on )
  • Currently grants for a free home charger and a free workplace charger
  • Zero engine noise
  • Zero emissions
  • Electric Renault Kangoo Battery rental options
  • Regenerative breaking
  • Cabin pre heating or cooling while the vehicle is on charge to help preserve battery.
  • R Link App to show you how much charge you have and the nearest charging point
  • Low consumption tyres
  • Heat pump to maintain the cabin temperature.
  • The batteries are leased separately from Renault UK so this way you have no worries about wearing them out. It makes sense enviromentally too as Cobalt is so precious and difficult to mine

The Electric Renault Kangoo is the most tried and tested of all the electric vans. France introduced some quite strict emissions laws about 6 years back and this has actually given Renault somewhat of an advantage.

The Electric Renault Kangoo Lease figures are actually working out incredibly cheap at the moment and we usually have these vans in stock .
There are 3 main models, two in terms of size and one in terms of a crew cab version.
The electric van charging is controlled is controlled and monitored via a smart phone app. Over 50,000 electric Kangoo vans have been sold since 2011. It has a payload typically of 640 KG or of course there is a crew cab version.
Information taken for Renault UK
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New Electric Vans
Electric VW Transporter T6.1
Electric Citroen Berlingo
Renault Trafic Minibus
New Citroen Dispatch Crew van
Mercedes Marco Polo
Renault Trafic Sport

Buy A Charger

Buy A Electric Van Charging Station  Its mid boggling how to make the jump from petrol and diesel to electric especially if its a work van. Make life easier for you and your  workforce by fitting a business charger at your business and getting it listed on Zap Map. This way then you will draw in business who needs a charge Business Electric Chargers For Workplace Typically £2500 – £5000  – Decide whether or not you will allow the public to access your charger. You can make money and draw in customers. Grants are sometimes available for this. We would suggest that you do get a workplace charger fitted – 22KW is what you want subject to the survey. You should currently be able to claim most of the costs back Home Electric Van Chargers typically £300 – £500 fitted  – Clearly you cant allow the public into your home, yet still grants are sometimes available for this. Currently only the Berlingo qualifies for this but it should change over 2020. There is nothing to stop you having a workplace charger and a home charger and in fact it makes sense. – Go for a 7KW Unit its the most you can have at home. Electric Charger Relativity

  • House charger 3KW
  • Home charging unit 7 KW
  • Workplace charger 22KW
  • Rapid Charger 45 KW
  • Petrol Station Charger 150 KW

Electric Van Info

Electric Van Information
Electric vans are here and but in short supply. Many features are the same for all electric vehicles, and electric vans for sale.
They are all using technology created by third parties. Everyone has heard of Elon Musk and Tesla but there are actually very few players in
electric vans. The limiting factors are the cobalt and Lithium that is required for the battery packs.

Electric Van Range

  • 82 – 150 miles this depends on the temperature
    Citroen offer 200 and 300 KM ranges on theirs
  • Using equipment such as the radio, heaters, wipers uses energy and reduces range
    Things like aircon will futher reduce the range so after say 24 months a realistic range of 50 miles
    is pheasible using aircon on a hot day and if van isnt fully charged
  • As time goes on like any battery capacity is reduced so after say 5 years at 10,000 miles per annum
    the batteries could be at 50% of origional capacity. They are not too different to an iPhone battery
    but prices on electric van batteries will fall over the next 10 years as recycling gets better and more efficient

Electric Van Charging Points

  • Join a club online so you can charge via the growing network of rapid chargers at Motorways, Cities and shops.
    Full charge in as little as an hour. Have a look at Zap Map
    to find your nearest and fastest charging station
  • Get a home charger from as little as £150 but these are slow. It can take 15-20 hours to charge an electric battery from a mains adaptor
  • Let Swiss Vans finance a Rapid charger at your work and office and give people a reason to visit your business if you cant get a grant.
    Currently in 2020 there are plenty of grants.

The Good Points

  • You can go where other plumbers, heating engineers, couriers and builders fear to tread. The diesel free zones.
  • More and more charging stations are being added every day and its a matter of time before these where on Satnav WAZW, Google Maps etc
  • Cadmium/ Cobalt/ Lithium  is super rare, and electric vans have no engines to wear out. Real engines anyway. So the values are held. The batteries need changing after say 1000 cycles but the costs of battery replacement fall by 20% per year

The Future

  • Its logical to assume that in 5 years times when you sell your second hand electric van there will be various upgrades even for your used vehicle.
    Software that runs the batteries
    The batteries themselves. The replacements are likely to be cheaper faster and stronger than these.
  • The charging stations. You will see advances on mobile chargers and multi story chargers. Possibly even robotic chargers within the next 10 years