What Separates Renault Zoe ZE50 R110
As as very established brand with its own set of aesthetics and identity, it was no wonder this range is all about average specs yet a lower than average price.
Being more of a CUV bigger type of a hatchback is definitely a step up in Renault EV range simply due to much improved metrics compared to other variants. A solid entry to mid level option thanks to its mediocre specs and metrics across the board simply due to the size class makes Renault Zoe ZE50 R110 look very basic compared to some other EVs.
A slightly updated version of the ZE40 variant the ZE50 mostly improves in terms of range which is pretty crucial yet considering overall average specs might be barely enough to put it into the mid level option category. Still obviously to see how exactly good it is compared to other EVs on the market and other variants of cheaper tiers, it is crucial to see specific metrics. Based on that the comparison between the Renault Zoe ZE50 R110 differences with other upcoming variants in the range just as well as other EVs come down to acceleration, the electric range, charging time and additional minor ones looking pretty major nevertheless. Based on a direct comparison to the othe variants in the range as well as other EVs, pretty slow when compared to other EVs and range variants at 11.2 seconds getting from 0 to 6o miles – staying ways below the standard on the market by some good measure yet it has a cost disadvantage over it. Unfortunately it stays above to what some other EV SUVs deliver it is in the neighbourhood of somewhat low and entry level 199 miles (real range as no EPA certification still available). This range makes it look pretty average as it improved and makes most in and out of city traveling bar the interstate possible.
Mentioning its charging capabilities this range does deliver a fairly quick result. It is capable of going from 0 to 100 in approximately 6 to 12 hours depending on the connection type.