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Watth:
Hey, I recently got a Renault Zoé (For those playing at home, it's a 2017 41 kW.h Q90). For the moment, it's great ! Mostly charging at home (slow 2.2 kW) or on public chargers (22 kW).

coppice:

--- Quote from: Watth on July 16, 2021, 12:45:15 pm ---Hey, I recently got a Renault Zoé (For those playing at home, it's a 2017 41 kW.h Q90). For the moment, it's great ! Mostly charging at home (slow 2.2 kW) or on public chargers (22 kW).

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I looked inside one of those for the first time last week. Its surprisingly roomy length wise, but uncomfortably narrow. Has it been designed that narrow to keep it's drag down, because another 100mm to 150mm of width would make it a much more comfortable car.

richard.cs:
I hadn't thought the Zoe particularly narrow, feels pretty much the same as any other modern car of that general style to me (i.e. kinda wide compared to the 90s/early 2000s cars I grew up with).

joule:
my experience has been great

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I love that it's easy to fix and i can put my e trike in it

jh15:
What needs to be fixed all the time?

zip tied license plate hehe. In my first year of driving,  I got pulled over in mt parent;s car for wired on, not bolted plate, a shock hanging in the breeze (a mechanic friend had replaced them days before.

Not sure if in my state, I could have zip tied a plate to my Tesla S. Biggest repair, Tesla did it in my driveway was the front bracket fell off on the highway after a local shop repainted the bumper after a valet parker bashed it up.
     What needs fixing on your electric?
4 years, out of warranty now. Let the fun begin. (wallet quivering).

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