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Crowning a winner in this test would be much more difficult if there weren’t such a large disparity in range and practicality between the two.

The Renault is slightly more expensive, but it’s hard to argue with its larger boot, better rear-seat access and much more practical range. The MINI is more fun to drive and has brand cachet on its side, but it’s best reserved for those who don’t need their electric car to do much more than a week’s worth of inner-city commuting or shopping on a single charge…

Note: The Mini Electric is marketed as the Mini Cooper SE in some markets.

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