Geneva 2011: Renault Kangoo Maxi Z.E.

Renault has come to the 2011 Geneva Motor Show with several interesting offerings. This Renault debut may not have received much attention, but the Kangoo Maxi Z.E. is an important vehicle nonetheless. The Kangoo Maxi Z.E. is an electric version of the Kangoo Max and its goal is to make plug-in vehicles mainstream, even though the likes of Toyota and Ford are making that already happen.

The car is a basic utility vehicle that can hold up to five passengers and has a carrying capacity of 4.6 square meters. All options for the Z.E. are the same as what you can expect to see on the standard models. The price of the Z.E., pre-subsidy, stands at $29,135. The standard Kangoo Z.E., conversely, starts at just underneath the price of the EV, although this does not include the cost of the battery. The Maxi Z.E. will be up for ordering in the beginning March.

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