If you’re in the market for an excellent large electric van, then the Renault Master ZE could be for you.
It’s a sound choice for firms and drivers wanting emissions-free access to a growing number of city centres looking to bring in congestion charges.
The van features a new generation of battery and an efficient motor to deliver a range of 74 miles in real world driving conditions.
Also, an important feature for those considering an all-electric van is the recharging time which for the Master ZE will take six hours from empty to being fully charge.
Various tailor-made solutions available for Renault Master ZE buyers
And, under the Renault Pro+ scheme, there are a number of made to measure conversions and various tailor-made solutions available for Renault Master ZE buyers.
Renault says their van is an ideal workhorse for those who are increasingly looking at environmental issues and there’s no doubt growing numbers of blue-chip clients are wanting their suppliers to have green credentials – and prove it.
The van’s maximum speed is 62 mph though with the eco-mode activated, the top speed is limited to 50 mph.
There’s no need to worry about the actual vehicle range since an internet-connected computer or smartphone will tell drivers how far they are able to travel.
Interesting chapter for one of the bestselling large vans in Europe
This is an interesting chapter for one of the bestselling large vans in Europe; Renault have shifted more than 475,000 units since its launch in 2010. It’s currently third in the bestseller charts.
Among the kit will be reversing radar and a reversing camera with a screen that’s built into the rearview mirror.
There’s a wide range of comfort and refinement and large storage components.
Opt for one of the top end models and there’s TomTom satnav with voice commands along with range management and an impressive multimedia centre.
Order books for the Renault Master ZE open in autumn this year
The order books for the all-electric Renault Master ZE open in autumn this year with deliveries starting a few weeks later. There’s no indication of the prices and full spec levels yet.