RE: Fluence Experience
64 registered on the road in the UK makes for a very rare car in the UK. I reckon 50% were Renault cars, dealer demos, fleet cars etc and some have come on the market with very few miles indeed. But wherher to buy?
If you can cope with a summer range of 70+ miles, more like 50 in winter, or are prepared to hunt out a working and car-free chargepoint and a 5 to 8 hour time to charge; if you can cope with no parts being available except by special order from France - thay arrive by tortoise; if you can cope with Renault, the dealer network most of which is not allowed to service the cars and, like Renault itself seems to not know how the cars work or how to make them do so......
If you like a fascinating and rewarding car experience, the joy of doing something for the environment, and are prepared for the challenge of dealing with Renault, go for it. Just remember, they are NOT user sericeable. And unlike the original Leaf running costs are not almost zero as there's the monthly battery lease to pay.
I dread to think what component and repair costs will be out of warranty so you'd better be getting it at the right price. There's a select few of us who think it's all been worthwhile.