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Latest News: Scrappage is back at Renault with up to £5000 off when you swap old for new.   With the Renault Scrappage Scheme you can save between £1000 and £5000 when you swap your old car for a new Renault. How does it work? If your vehicle was registered on or before the 31st December 2011 and you have owned it for 90 days or more, you could be eligible for our Scrappage Scheme saving towards your purchase of selected new Renault vehicles. Your new vehicle just needs to be ordered by 7th January 2019 and registered by 31st March 2019.*   Model                  Scrappage Allowance ZOE                                       £5,000 CLIO                                      £2,000 CAPTUR                                 £2,000 KADJAR                                  £3,000 KOLEOS                                  £1,000 MEGANE                                 £1,000 MEGANE SPORT TOURER     £1,000 SCENIC                                   £1,000 GRAND SCENIC                      £1,000 TWINGO                                  £1,500   > DISCOVER THE RENAULT RANGE   FIND OUT MORE AND BOOK YOUR TEST DRIVE AT MOTORVOGUE Clapham 01234 354257  Kings Lynn 01553 772644   *Scrappage offer available to private retail customers at participating dealers only, when you trade in any passenger or LCV vehicle registered by 31 December 2011. Trade in vehicle must be have been registered to the customer for at least 90 days before the order date of the new vehicle.  Alternatively, the owner of the vehicle must be able to show a direct relationship (parental, spouse or sibling) with the individual purchasing the new vehicle. Vehicles part exchanged under this scheme will be permanently destroyed. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with other national offers. Scrappage offer only available on a new Renault car when ordered by 7 January 2019 and registered by 31 March 2019. Scrappage allowance of £5000 on ZOE, £3000 on Kadjar, £2000 on Captur, £2000 on Clio, £1500 on Twingo, £1000 on Koleos, £1000 on Mégane and £1000 on Scenic.

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25th September 2018

Renault SCRAPPAGE SCHEME

Scrappage is back at Renault with up to £5000 off when you swap old for new.   With the Renault Scrappage Scheme you can save between £1000 and £5000 when you swap your old car for a new Renault. How does it work? If your vehicle was registered on or before the 31st December 2011 and you have owned it for 90 days or more, you could be eligible for our Scrappage Scheme saving towards your purchase of selected new Renault vehicles. Your new vehicle just needs to be ordered by 7th January 2019 and registered by 31st March 2019.*   Model                  Scrappage Allowance ZOE                                       £5,000 CLIO                                      £2,000 CAPTUR                                 £2,000 KADJAR                                  £3,000 KOLEOS                                  £1,000 MEGANE                                 £1,000 MEGANE SPORT TOURER     £1,000 SCENIC                                   £1,000 GRAND SCENIC                      £1,000 TWINGO                                  £1,500   > DISCOVER THE RENAULT RANGE   FIND OUT MORE AND BOOK YOUR TEST DRIVE AT MOTORVOGUE Clapham 01234 354257  Kings Lynn 01553 772644   *Scrappage offer available to private retail customers at participating dealers only, when you trade in any passenger or LCV vehicle registered by 31 December 2011. Trade in vehicle must be have been registered to the customer for at least 90 days before the order date of the new vehicle.  Alternatively, the owner of the vehicle must be able to show a direct relationship (parental, spouse or sibling) with the individual purchasing the new vehicle. Vehicles part exchanged under this scheme will be permanently destroyed. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with other national offers. Scrappage offer only available on a new Renault car when ordered by 7 January 2019 and registered by 31 March 2019. Scrappage allowance of £5000 on ZOE, £3000 on Kadjar, £2000 on Captur, £2000 on Clio, £1500 on Twingo, £1000 on Koleos, £1000 on Mégane and £1000 on Scenic.

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4th July 2018

Experience the Trill of the New Megane R.S.

The New Megane R.S has just arrived at Motorvogue This latest Renault Sport model is sure to excite drivers looking to experience the ultimate drive as the Renault MEGANE R.S. benefits from their knowledge of adapting motorsports technologies into production sports vehicles. It features a range of driving aids for any type of road and any situation.   FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE MEGANE R.S   Take a closer look and experience the MEGANE R.S at Motorvogue from £27,495 or £259 per month.

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13th May 2018

Motorvogue Kings Lynn welcome the Star Wars characters for our Charity Fundraiser

On the 13th May the Norwich Star Wars Club joined Motorvogue to celebrate the up and coming release of SOLO: A Star Wars Story. The film which has been sponsored by Renault, will be in cinemas from the 24 May, with the Renault Kadjar featuring in its promotion. Everyone had a great day as families visited us at our Motorpark in Kings Lynn to meet Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Stormtroopers, Jedi and Princess Leia, although some of the children were more than slightly scared of Darth Vader. With so many children coming along in their own Star Wars outfits, the enthusiasm for the day was adorable. We have some great pictures of the event on our facebook page, Motorvogue (King's Lynn, Norfolk). Motorvogue would very much like to thank the Norwich Star Wars Club for spending the day with us as we kindly received donations in aid of a young mother who sadly has terminal cancer. The monies raised will go towards medicines to prolong her life and give her more time with her young children. We very much appreciate the time that so many people spent with us on Sunday and we are sure that the experience was memorable for all. Your donations have been gratefully received and we hope to see you again at Motorvogue.  

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26th January 2018

Renault wins Electric Vehicle Manufacturer of the Year at Green Fleet Awards 2017

Renault wins Electric Vehicle Manufacturer of the YearRenault commended for City Car Manufacturer of the Year Renault ZOE has the longest range of any mainstream EV on sale today at 250 miles (NEDC) Renault Kangoo Van Z.E.33 recently upgraded with improved range, 170 miles (NEDC), and charging times Renault EV line-up to expand in 2018 with the addition of Master Z.E. panel van Renault is Europe’s leading EV manufacturer Renault has been awarded the title of Electric Vehicle Manufacturer of the Year at the 2017 GreenFleet awards held at a ceremony in Coventry last night. Renault was also commended in the City Car Manufacturer of the Year category.  Renault offers a range of affordable all-electric cars and vans – including the ZOE with its 250 mile (NEDC) range, the most of any mainstream electric car on sale today, and the recently-upgraded Kangoo Van Z.E.33 with a near 60 per cent improved range of 170 mile (NEDC).  Renault is Europe’s leading electric car and van manufacturer.  Every year, the GreenFleet Awards recognises organisations which have successfully adopted low emission vehicles and innovative fuel saving solutions into their fleets, along with the manufacturers and innovators of low carbon technologies. Angela Pisanu, editor of GreenFleet magazine, said; “The winner this year has had their experts come up with new battery technology that has enabled them to increase the range on their small car and van EV offering… With the capability to go for 250 miles on a single charge in the car, and 170 in the van, they are set to revolutionise the EV market with a new larger offering in 2018 too”. Vincent Tourette, Managing Director, Renault UK, said of the result: “Renault has an affordable range of all-electric cars and vans with class-leading ranges that are available, not in a few years’ time – but today. And this latest award of Electric Vehicle Manufacturer of the Year from GreenFleet is a fantastic recognition of that. Renault was a pioneer of the all-electric market and is Europe’s leading EV manufacturer.  With one in four EV sales in Europe a Renault, it’s clear that our range of affordable all-electric vehicles is resonating with buyers and we’ll be expanding our line-up with the new Master Z.E. panel van next year.” The Renault ZOE was upgraded in 2017 with the new Z.E.40 battery, increasing the ZOE’s range by 50 per cent to 250 miles (NEDC) – Renault estimates that in real-world driving conditions that this equates to around 186 miles in summer and 124 miles in extreme cold winter conditions. ZOE can charge from zero to 80 per cent full in as little as 60 minutes thanks to its patented Chameleon Charger™ that allows it to make the most of the widest range of power supplies and also keep charging times to a minimum. Renault’s Range OptimiZer technology ensures ZOE is highly efficient with its heat pump – as standard – a bi-modal braking system and Michelin ENERGY E-V tyres.  ZOE is available to purchase in two ways. Firstly, under a battery hire scheme, where ZOE pricing starts at £14,245 (OTR) after the Government Plug-in Car Grant with battery leasing from £49 per month. New for 2017 is the ‘Unlimited’ option with no mileage cap, priced at £110 per month. It is easy to purchase a used ZOE with a battery lease – the new owner simply chooses which leasing option suits their needs the best and starts monthly payments based on their lease plan. You can also buy the ZOE outright. ZOE i ‘full purchase’ models start from £18,995 (OTR) after the Government Plug-in Car Grant, giving the buyer full ownership of the car and battery and no monthly battery lease payment. ZOE is the best-selling electric vehicle in Europe and more than 4,500 ZOE have been sold since launching in the UK in 2013. ZOE is one of three models in Renault’s diverse electric vehicle range which also includes the Twizy quadricycle, the Kangoo Van Z.E. and the forthcoming Master Z.E. large panel van. The Renault Kangoo Z.E.33 was upgraded in the Autumn. With the new Z.E. 33 battery, range was increased by nearly 60 per cent to 170 miles (NEDC) – the longest range of any electric van currently available for delivery. The New Renault Kangoo Van Z.E. 33 range is priced from £14,194.67 (after Plug-in Van Grant, excluding VAT). This award from GreenFleet adds to other recent awards Renault has received for its all-electric line-up: What Car? Best Electric Car 2017 – Renault ZOEWhat Car? Best Used Green Car 2018 – Renault ZOEAutocar Game Changer 2017 – Renault ZOEParkers Eco Car of the Year 2018 – Renault ZOEPure Electric and Hybrid Cars Green Apple Champion 2017 – Renault ZOE

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24th January 2018

ALL-ELECTRIC RENAULT ZOE NAMED ?BEST ELECTRIC CAR UP TO ?20,000? FOR THE FIFTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR AT WHAT CAR? AWARDS

The all-electric Renault ZOE has added to its growing awards tally having been recognised for the fifth consecutive year by What Car? judges. The ZOE Q90 Z.E.40 Dynamique Nav was named ‘Best Electric Car for less than £20,000’ at the What Car? Awards 2018 in London this evening. The Renault ZOE, fitted with the Z.E.40 battery which was released last year, can now store almost twice as much energy than before , delivering up to 250-mile range (NEDC) whilst retaining fast charging times at an accessible price. Commenting on the decision to award the ZOE for a fifth consecutive year, Steve Huntingford, Editor, What Car? said: “The latest Renault ZOE impressed our judges because it represents a significant step towards overcoming ‘range anxiety’. The only other electric cars in the UK that are capable of travelling up to 250 miles between charges come from Tesla. But while the trendy Californian firm’s Model S costs from £64,000, our favoured ZOE can be yours for £18,595. And Renault has kept everything that was already great about the ZOE: its practicality, tidy handling and standard kit. Plus, while range is up dramatically, price isn’t. And to include many of the latest comfort and infotainment features as well as fast charging at this price makes the ZOE a truly brilliant all-rounder.” “Dynamique Nav trim is your best bet. It gets 16-inch alloys, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, auto lights and wipers and a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen with Bluetooth, sat-nav and a DAB radio. Our favoured Quick Charge (Q90) car can be charged to 80% in just 65 minutes on a 43kW fast charge,” added Huntingford. Vincent Tourette, Managing Director, Renault UK, said of the result: “Renault originally launched the all-electric ZOE in 2013. With the surge in interest in electric cars and the ever-growing number of competitors, it’s testament to the ZOE’s qualities, including its class-leading range, that it has now been recognised by What Car? for five consecutive years.” The ZOE is an all-electric, five-door supermini available in a choice of three trim levels and with two battery options. Despite its affordability, the entry level Expression Nav comes with a high level of standard specification including items such as climate control and the 7-inch touch screen R-Link 2 infotainment system with sat nav. In What Car?’s favoured trim level, Dynamique Nav, the features include hands free keycard, automatic lights and wipers and rear parking sensors. The top-of-the-range Signature Nav trim provides buyers with features including supple leather upholstery, a seven speaker BOSE® audio system, heated front seats and a rear parking camera.  With the Z.E.40 battery and R90 motor, ZOE’s range is 250 miles (NEDC) and can charge from zero to 80 per cent full in as little as 60 minutes thanks to its patented Chameleon Charger™ that allows it to make the most of the widest range of power supplies and also keep charging times to a minimum. Renault estimates the real-world range in summer is equivalent to approximately 186 miles and 124 miles in winter. Renault’s Range OptimiZer technology ensures ZOE is highly efficient with its heat pump, a bi-modal braking system and Michelin ENERGY E-V tyres.  ZOE is available to purchase in two ways. Firstly, under a battery hire scheme, where ZOE pricing starts at £14,245 (OTR) after the Government Plug-in Car Grant with battery leasing from £49 per month. There is also an ‘Unlimited’ option with no mileage cap, priced at £110 per month. You can also buy the ZOE outright. ZOE i ‘full purchase’ models start from £19,845 (OTR) after the Government Plug-in Car Grant, giving the buyer full ownership of the car and battery and no monthly battery lease payment. This What Car? award builds on ZOE’s other recent achievements that include: ‘Electric Car of the Year’ at Company Car Today Awards 2018,‘Best Small Company Car’ at Carbuyer Best Cars Awards 2018,‘’Best Eco Car’ at Parkers Awards 2018,‘Best Pure Electric and Hybrid Car’ at Green Apple Awards 2017,‘Game Changer 2017’ at Autocar Awards 2017‘Best ULEV’ at Fleet World Awards 2017ZOE is the best-selling electric vehicle in Europe and more than 6,000 ZOE have been sold since launching in the UK in 2013. ZOE is one of three models in Renault’s diverse electric vehicle range which also includes the Twizy quadricycle and the recently uprated Kangoo Van Z.E. 33 and the forthcoming Master Z.E. large panel van.

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6th December 2017

RENAULT ZOE NAMED BEST USED GREEN CAR AT WHAT CAR? USED CAR AWARDS 2018

The all-electric Renault ZOE has been recognised by What Car? judges for the second time this year having now picked up the title of ‘Best Used Green Car’ at the What Car? Used Car Awards 2018. This new accolade comes after the ZOE was named ‘Best Electric Car’ at the What Car? New Car Awards 2017 in January. The Renault ZOE was recognised by What Car?’s used car gurus for its hassle-free, user-friendly motoring as well as its practicality and spacious cabin. Since launch in the UK in 2013, Renault has almost doubled the ZOE’s range from 130 miles (NEDC) to 250 miles (NEDC) thanks to technological advancements such as an increased battery capacity and an uprated motor. Commenting on the decision to award the 100 per cent electric ZOE, Alex Robbins, Used Cars Editor, What Car?, said: “Electric cars are gaining in popularity, and the Renault ZOE is one of those we have to thank. What’s so impressive about the ZOE is just how hassle-free it is to drive. Conventional, easy-to-understand controls make it so user-friendly that it’s a doddle for anyone used to driving a normal, combustion-engined automatic to get to grips with. But it’s also practical and spacious inside, and thanks to its zippy electric drivetrain, it’s quick and easy to drive around town. Best of all, as a used buy, it’s now looking like terrific value. It truly is an electric car for the masses.” Vincent Tourette, Managing Director, Renault UK, said of the result: “For the fully electric ZOE to be recognised by What Car? judges is truly fantastic. In January, What Car? confirmed that the 2017 model year ZOE was the Best New Electric Car, whilst now it has also been named as the Best Used Green Car. This means that no matter what their budget, owners can be a part of the electric motoring revolution, safe in the knowledge that the ZOE comes well recommended. We’re delighted that What Car? has recognised the ZOE’s talents for both new and used car buyers.” The Renault ZOE is an all-electric, five-door supermini available in a choice of three trim levels and with two battery options. Despite its affordability, the entry level Expression Nav comes with a high level of standard specification including items such as climate control and the 7-inch touch screen R-Link 2 infotainment system with sat nav. In Dynamique Nav, the features include hands free keycard, automatic lights and wipers and rear parking sensors. The new top-of-the-range Signature Nav trim provides buyers with features including supple leather upholstery, a seven speaker BOSE® audio system, heated front seats and a rear parking camera.  With the new R90 motor and Z.E.40 battery, ZOE’s range is 250 miles (NEDC) – Renault estimates that in real-world driving conditions that this equates to around 186 miles in summer and 124 miles in cold winter conditions. ZOE can charge from zero to 80 per cent full in as little as 60 minutes thanks to its patented Chameleon Charger™ that allows it to make the most of the widest range of power supplies and also keep charging times to a minimum. Renault’s Range OptimiZer technology ensures ZOE is highly efficient with its heat pump, a bi-modal braking system and Michelin ENERGY E-V tyres.  ZOE is available to purchase in two ways. Firstly, under a battery hire scheme, where ZOE pricing starts at £14,245 (OTR) after the Government Plug-in Car Grant with battery leasing from £49 per month. New for 2017 is the ‘Unlimited’ option with no mileage cap, priced at £110 per month. It is easy to purchase a used ZOE with a battery lease – the new owner simply chooses which leasing option suits their needs the best and starts monthly payments based on their lease plan. You can also buy the ZOE outright. ZOE i ‘full purchase’ models start from £18,995 (OTR) after the Government Plug-in Car Grant, giving the buyer full ownership of the car and battery and no monthly battery lease payment. ZOE is the best-selling electric vehicle in Europe and more than 4,500 ZOE have been sold since launching in the UK in 2013. ZOE is one of three models in Renault’s diverse electric vehicle range which also includes the Twizy quadricycle, the Kangoo Van Z.E. and the forthcoming Master Z.E. large panel van. For further information and test drives, please contact our Renault Sales team in Bedford or King's Lynn. All information correct at time of published date. All information and/or offers are subject to amendment or withdrawal without notice.

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22nd August 2017

2017 RENAULT UK CLIO CUP TITLE WITHIN BUSHELL’S GRASP AT ROCKINGHAM

Northamptonshire’s unique ‘NASCAR’ style Rockingham circuit hosts the Renault UK Clio Cup’s latest two rounds (Sat 26/Sun 27 August) with Mike Bushell (Tunbridge Wells) in with a chance of being crowned Champion there live on ITV4. The maths are simple: if Bushell stretches his current championship lead of 98 points to 137 at Rockingham he will be the 2017 Champion. A maximum of 68 is possible from Rockingham’s ‘double-header’ (32 per win; another two per fastest lap) with only 136 available from the season’s final four races, at nearby Silverstone and then Brands Hatch in Kent… Bushell can’t win it in Rockingham’s first race but he can in the second – being held on the Sunday along with the latest rounds of the British Touring Car Championship and being broadcast live across the UK on ITV4. The title would be his second after he won it in 2014 (then, as now, with Team Pyro). Championship records also within Bushell’s sightsWinning it this early, with four races still to go, would also be quite a feat. Only one driver, Dave Newsham in 2010, has won the title so speedily before. Significantly Newsham is one of a dozen or more ex-UK Clio Cup drivers now starring in the BTCC… Furthermore arriving at Rockingham Bushell is on a roll… He’s won the last four races to make it seven out of 12 and if he adds victories in both races at Rockingham he will also equal the most consecutive wins record of six set in 2005 by Jonathan Adam (the reigning British GT Champion). So who can stop him?However eight other drivers could in theory yet pip Bushell to the crown. WDE Motorsport team-mates Paul Rivett (Epsom Downs) and Lee Pattison (Halifax) and Ciceley Motorsport’s Max Coates (Scorton) are his closest challengers while DRM’s Daniel Rowbottom (Kidderminster) and PP/Westbourne’s James Colburn (Worthing) lay in wait… WDE’s Dan Zelos (Dereham), Westbourne’s James Dorlin (Barnsley) and Pyro’s Nathan Harrison (Oxford) are the big outsiders. Pattison (twice), Coates, Dorlin and Colburn are the other race winners so far; incredibly triple Champion Rivett has still to register a win in 2017. He holds the record for most wins around Rockingham – three, along with Bushell and 2016 Champion Ant Whorton-Eales (also now in the BTCC). Adding to Pyro’s ranks are Jack McCarthy (Bromley) and Lucas Orrock (Cambridge). McCarthy is embroiled in the Graduates Trophy tussle for young, first year drivers with Harrison and Dorlin. Pyro also narrowly heads WDE in a tight teams’ battle… In the thick of it!Northampton-based JamSport hopes to get its young signing Aaron Thompson (Romford) right up the sharp end on home ground. Expect Ciceley trio Luke Reade (Dartford), Jade Edwards (Aylesbury) and Sam Osborne (Worksop), Westbourne’s Sam Randon (Derby), WDE’s Nicolas Hamilton (Welwyn Garden City) and STR’s Shawn Taylor (Norwich) all to be in the thick of it. 16-year-olds to debut/lap records under threat…Meanwhile Rockingham marks the debuts of two of the youngest drivers in championship history, 16-year-old newcomers Bradley Burns (Farnham) and Zak Fulk (Guildford) who both line up with Pyro. Making Rockingham unique is the fact it is the only anti-clockwise circuit on the calendar, its configuration 50 per cent made up of the venue’s banked oval track, the other half a twisting infield section. Its track surface is also highly abrasive and the new Michelin tyre the UK Clio Cup has switched to for 2017 could come into its own – indeed there have been new qualifying and race lap records aplenty so far this season. Where and when to watchThe Renault UK Clio Cup’s drivers will first be on track at Rockingham on the Friday (25 August) for two timed test sessions, allowing them to fine-tune their cars to the circuit’s characteristics. At 11:20 on Saturday comes the crucial half-hour timed qualifying session which will determine their starting grid positions for the two races (rounds 11 and 12 of the championship). Round 11 is also on the Saturday, at 16:10, and round 12 on Sunday, at 13:00. Both races are 14 laps in duration. As ever the event will be broadcast live on the Sunday on ITV4, from 10:45-17.30.

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