Renault Zoe crash test
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  • Renault Zoe crash test

Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test

Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test

Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test

Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test

Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test

Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test

Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test

Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test

Renault Zoe crash test
  • Renault Zoe crash test
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Renault has high hopes for the all-electric Zoe, saying that it will outsell the Nissan Leaf in Europe. Pricewise, the Zoe will be much less. Thanks to battery leasing (which alliance partner Nissan is also considering for the Leaf) of around $110 a month, the Zoe will cost roughly $21,000 (in U.S. dollars, after factoring in government incentives) in the European companies where it will be sold. Before that can happen, the car needs to be crash tested. And that's just what's happened at the com

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