Latest Renault finance deals and offers 2020

Save on nearly-new and used Renaults across the range with these great PCP finance deals on everything from the Clio to the Koleos SUV

BuyaCar team
Jan 31, 2020

Renault has a reputation for selling brand new cars with affordable cash prices plus strong value PCP finance deals. The news gets better for nearly new car buyers, however, as low used Renault prices could get you into a far better second-hand car than you might thank for much less than you might expect.

If you were asked to name a car company at the cutting edge, Renault might not immediately spring to mind, but the French firm is surprisingly forward-thinking.

Its electric Zoe has been on sale for a number of years and the company offers a range of established tall and chunky sport utility vehicles (SUVs), which means that there are plenty of deals, whether you're looking for a great condition and strong value nearly-new car, or a low price on a used Renault.

You'll find the latest deals on some of the most popular Renaults below. Read on for all the latest nearly-new and used Renault deals available here on BuyaCar.

2020 Renault PCP offers

Renault Clio offers

The small Renault Clio has just been replaced, but the good news is that this is reflected in the price of similar-looking used models. Even if you're looking at nearly-new cars, you'll be surprised at just how inexpensive they are, getting you a better equipped or more powerful car for your money.

It means that higher-specification cars are more likely to be within reach: Dynamique Nav models include an upgraded stereo, sat-nav and a higher quality interior. Unless you mostly drive around town, hunting down a TCe turbocharged petrol model is wise, as these offer a good combination of power and fuel economy.

Renault Clio buyers' guide

Nearly new Renault Clio

BuyaCar prices from £11,589
Monthly finance from £163

Used Renault Clio

BuyaCar prices from £5,670
Monthly finance from £75

Renault Zoe offers

The Renault Zoe is the French manufacturer's small electric car and it's still showing other manufacturers the way forward, many years after it first went on sale. It's comfortable, nippy and quiet. It's well-suited for tight city streets, but can cope at motorway speeds too.

The design hasn't changed much over the years, but the technology has: early cars could just about manage 90 miles between charges; an upgrade in 2017 brought the Z.E.40 which increased the range to around 150 miles, making these the ones to go for if you want to do more than short journeys in your car.

Bear in mind that many Zoes were sold without their batteries. Purchase one of these cars and you'll have to rent the battery separately, with costs starting at around £50 per month. The flipside of leasing the batteries is that if the battery performance drops below a certain level the company should replace or refurbish them for you at no extra charge. Batteries are included with models badged with an 'i'.

Renault Zoe buyers' guide

Nearly new Renault Zoe

BuyaCar prices from £23,995
Monthly finance from £332

Used Renault Zoe

BuyaCar prices from £5,899
Monthly finance from £118

Renault Megane offers

It can be difficult to decide on which family hatchback to buy because so many are so similar. And in truth, the Renault Megane doesn't exactly stand out from the crowd, but does have a few distinctive features.

It's a bit more interesting to look at, compared with many of the competition, and also has a sophisticated design inside - particularly on higher-specification cars, such as Dynamique S Nav models, which include an 8.7-inch portrait touchscreen on the dashboard. On the road, it's smooth and quiet for a car of this size.

Renault Megane buyers' guide

Nearly new Renault Megane

BuyaCar prices from £15,999
Monthly finance from £203

Used Renault Megane

BuyaCar prices from £5,291
Monthly finance from £90

Renault Captur offers

The Renault Captur was one of the first small crossover cars that took the fight to the Nissan Juke, combining the small dimensions of the Clio with a taller driving position and larger boot. This means that there's plenty of choice when it comes to used cars, with a wide range of prices.

More recent cars, produced from mid-2017 were updated with small interior improvements and a chunkier design on the outside, which makes the car look more rugged. It's not designed to be driven off road, though. Comfort is the Captur's main focus.

The Captur was designed with practicality in mind, so the steering is light, the engines are efficient, and it absorbs harsh impacts from potholes for a comfortable ride.

Renault Captur buyers' guide

Nearly new Renault Captur

BuyaCar prices from £15,999
Monthly finance from £230

Used Renault Captur

BuyaCar prices from £5,800
Monthly finance from £84

Renault Kadjar offers

Underneath the Renault badge and the car's flowing lines, you'll find that the Kadjar shares most of its mechanical parts with the very popular Nissan Qashqai. This means that the Renault shares the Nissan's smooth ride, light steering and efficient engines, while improving on the Qashqai's weakness: space.

The Kadjar has a bigger boot and enough legroom for adults to sit comfortably in the back. As a result, the Kadjar is a savvy second-hand purchase. Especially as used prices make it very good value.

Renault Kadjar buyers' guide

Nearly new Renault Kadjar

BuyaCar prices from £19,000
Monthly finance from £265

Used Renault Kadjar

BuyaCar prices from £8,590
Monthly finance from £131

Renault Koleos offers

Renault's answer to the Volvo XC60 and BMW X3 is a big sport utility vehicle (SUV), with a high driving position, rugged styling and masses of space, particularly in the back seats.

It's pitched as a luxury car, so every car comes with mood lighting, climate control and sat-nav. Most used models will also include a panoramic sunroof: it was standard when the car went on sale in 2017, but is an option on the recent 'Iconic' specification.

The car isn't cheap when new, but sizeable new car discounts were available. The best deals, however, are available on used models, as the Koleos lost value quickly, making used and nearly-new vehicles far cheaper than rivals of a similar age.

Renault Koleos buyers' guide

Nearly new Renault Koleos
Used Renault Koleos

Renault Scenic offers

Renault's Scenic is meant to be a more practical alternative to the Megane, with a design that provides more interior space without totally sacrificing style. In reality, the Scenic isn't the most practical, though there's also a seven seat version - the Grand Scenic - available, which offers more versatility.

The Scenic has a flexible interior, with plenty of interior storage, sliding rear seats and an excellent safety score. For many, the Kadjar SUV above is even more appealing, though, blending a practical interior with attractive looks and a higher driving position, so you may want to check this out too.

Renault Scenic buyers' guide

Nearly new Renault Scenic
Used Renault Scenic


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