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Renault Kangoo  2023, 21 miles, £18990 +20
Renault Kangoo £18,990
Plus VAT

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 21

Other

Renault Kangoo  2023, 142 miles, £19674 +21
Renault Kangoo £19,674

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 142

Diesel

Renault Kangoo  2023, 206 miles, £28174 +24
Renault Kangoo £28,174

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 206

Electric

Renault Kangoo  2023, 230 miles, £24348 +24
Renault Kangoo £24,348

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 230

Electric

Renault Kangoo  2023, 466 miles, £31188 +24
Renault Kangoo £31,188

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 466

Electric

Renault Kangoo  2023, 530 miles, £25080 +24
Renault Kangoo £25,080

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 530

Electric

Renault Kangoo  2023, 581 miles, £23994 +24
Renault Kangoo £23,994

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 581

Diesel

Renault Kangoo  2023, 1965 miles, £23640 +24
Renault Kangoo £23,640

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 1,965

Diesel

Renault Kangoo  2023, 3500 miles, £21588 +24
Renault Kangoo £21,588

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 3,500

Diesel

Renault Kangoo  2023, 4039 miles, £19990 +19
Renault Kangoo £19,990
Ex VAT

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 4,039

Diesel

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Why buy a used Renault Kangoo E-Tech van with Exchange and Mart?

The Renault Kangoo Z.E. was the market's original all-electric van, launched a decade ago to take the segment for compact LCVs into a brand new world. It lent its powertrain to its Renault Nissan Alliance cousin, the Nissan e-NV200, in 2014, but no other van was able to follow Renault's lead throughout the 21st century's second decade. Now, just as the opposition is - finally - catching up, the all-electric Kangoo LCV moves into its second generation, aiming to set standards that'll stay just beyond its competitors' reach. Now it's called the 'Kangoo E-Tech' and offers huge advances in both power and range. And, like the similar petrol and diesel Kangoos, it's also larger and cleverer inside too, both for cargo and passengers. The market's been impressed, awarding this Renault and its cloned Nissan Townstar and Mercedes Citan siblings an International Van of the Year award at launch. But will you be? Let's see.

About the Renault Kangoo E-Tech van

Rarely does second generation vehicle design deliver as big step forward as is evident with this all-electric Kangoo van. We struggled to recommend its Z.E. predecessor except to businesses whose deliveries would be purely urban-based. This MK2 E-Tech model though, has a powertrain able to take you further afield, so it's just as well that the larger load area allows you to carry more cargo. As with the combustion versions of this design, we're disappointed that right hand drive models don't get the clever 'Open Sesame' pillar-less sliding door that's available on the continent. But the more versatile cabin and the folding partition bulkhead provide some compensation for that. Renault's been building electric vans for much longer than its rivals. And in this case, you have to say that really shows.