ZOE Scores on the doors at end of use. Well the Zoe is sold (deposit left buyer collecting it a few days before I get the Kona) End of use scores were Time in use 10 Months Mileage from 0 to 33110 Loss from original purchase price at sale £3600 So £360 a month for 10 months at 3311 miles a month. (10.8p a mile) (No Service Costs as covered by Renault) (No Consumbables etc, still on original tyres etc) In the same time the car saved 75 Days Congestion Charge @ £11.50 a day = £862.50 75x8 Hours Parking in Westminster @ £7.35 Hour = £4410.00 22700 Work Miles @ 45p a mile = £10215.00 So although the plan was to keep it 3-4 years and run it into the ground, with the rarity of the battery owned Zoes it just made sense to sell it just before it hit a year with the minimal losses, and move on to the Kona Working on the principle there will be a lot more battery owned Zoes hitting the market now and the Kona should still be a rare and sought after car for the next 18 months or so. What I will say about the Zoe is that after the initial niggles were sorted it has exceeded all expectations, its been a reliable and good car, with range that has exceeded expectations. For anyone looking for cheap and reliable EV motoring I would 100% recommend it. Its been a stunningly cheap car to run, (Well it actually generates a profit), but the depreciation of just £3600 from OTR purchase price is great. Lets hope the Kona lives up to this, its going to be a hard act to follow.