Renault announces 66-plate offers: £1,500 off a Twingo and 0% finance

Renault announces 66-plate offers: £1,500 off a Twingo and 0% finance

Renault has announced a series of offers aimed at tempting those considering a 66-plate car this September – including £1,500 off the list price of a new Twingo.

That saving is available across the Twingo range – meaning you can buy an entry-level SCe 70 Expression for £7,995, or a Colour Run special edition for £8,995. With a panoramic fabric roof plus any compatible ‘Exterior Touch Pack’ and ‘Interior Style Pack’ fitted as standard, the Colour Run already slashes £800 off the list price of a Twingo Play specced with the same equipment.

Following in the footsteps of Ford and MG, if you purchase a Clio, Captur, Kadjar or Megane through the company’s three-year Selections PCP package, you can save £500 following a test drive. This offer is on top of all existing offers, and runs from 22 August to 26 September – provided the car is registered by the end of September.

Renault announces 66-plate offers: £1,500 off a Twingo and 0% finance

In addition to that £500, Renault is also offering a £2,000 deposit contribution to Clio models. This means you can buy a Clio Play 1.2 for £159 a month over three years following a reasonable £947 deposit.

If you’re ready to switch to an electric car, the quirky Renault Zoe is available on a two-year Selections PCP deal for £189 a month, following a deposit of £1,499. Crucially, this includes the cost of leasing the battery – something that usually starts at £45 per month. You’ll also get a free 7kW wall-box for home charging.

Renault is also offering a deposit contribution towards the new Renault Megane when purchased through its PCP scheme. Adding the £500 test drive offer to a £1,750 manufacturer contribution means you can drive a new Megane from £219 a month following a customer deposit of £1,330.

Visit Renault’s website to find out more about these tempting deals – and check out the MR deals section to find out which other dealers you should be visiting.

Web editor at MotoringResearch.com. Drives a 1983 Austin Metro. Tweet me @MR_AndrewBrady.

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