Made on the same production lines, the Kangoo and the Kangoo Z.E. are the perfect partners for professionals. Just as reliable, just as practical and just as functional. Fully adjustable, they have a loading space that ranges from 1.3 m3 to 4.6 m3 and a 650 kg load capacity. Available in two lengths and four versions (two seat, two seat Maxi, five seat Maxi and CAB Maxi), the Kangoo Z.E. proves that there's an electric solution to suit every trade. Time to take the lead? Definitely.
With their new lower, wider bodies Kangoo Vans offer stable and safe road holding, particularly when cornering. This adds to their dynamic performance as well as driving precision and comfort. The braking system, with discs all round*, is particularly efficient.
At Renault we are working to create more affordable cars, with radically lower CO2 emissions. For the widest possible audience. Today that's our collection of 'eco2' models. eco2 indicates that the vehicle produces CO2 emissions lower than 120 g/km, it includes at least 7% recycled plastic in its plastic mass, and has been designed in such a way that 95% of the materials used could have a second life (recyclable for other use or as a source of energy). In addition, eco2 means that our factories are ISO 14001 certified.
With the Kangoo Van Z.E., driving is a very, very different affair. First, there's the………………………………….silence. The silence of a 100% electric motor, which gives instant pulling power and acceleration. Then, there's simplicity. The simplicity of an automatic gearbox, so the Kangoo Van Z.E. is a doddle to drive smoothly (as if you'd do it any other way). And because everything we've designed is to make electric the trip of tomorrow, there are two easy ways to recharge your vehicle: the Wall-Box (home recharging station) and recharging stations at your workplace, or in public areas like supermarket car parks.
Kangoo Van Z.E. is the first in Renault's range of electric vehicles. They are affordable to run – you will be able to drive up to 100 miles using a battery that costs typically £3 to charge, and a lot less using cheaper tariffs.