If you are interested in electric vehicles, Honda E is an option you shouldn’t ignore. What consumers expect from an EV, latest tech, comfortable drive, great mileage, this car has got them all. It’s well-made, well-designed, and well-equipped, plus it’s cute.
It has a WLTP cruising range of 124 miles and you should know that your view about this vehicle would almost depend on what you think about this range. This number has a direct effect on who will buy this EV and how it will be utilized. This factor controls its sale appeal, even more than the car’s price, which starts from £26,023 for a simple version and £30,045 for an upgraded version.
Honda knows that this stat would be the dominant factor, so it describes it as an urban runabout. This means its range is enough for the motorist’s commute. If you want more range, you should better buy something else.
Even though it has a small battery, it has one benefit, it charges quickly. If you put it on the rapid charges for half an hour, it can lift it from 21% to 79%. If you are using a home charger, it can take around 4 to 5 hours to charge completely from depletion.
It’s a small car, the company itself says so, it’s just 3.8 meters long and with its 35.4kWh battery, it weighs 1513kg. If the company were to add a big battery, it would add 19cm to the length and 149kg to the weight. It would have a different character and price. This is the reason why companies have not preferred small EVS.
The driving experience is pretty good. When on the road, it provides the best features of the small cars and electric cars to make the drive enjoyable. It’s not a sports car, but it’s really good in the confined areas. It can easily pass through small traffic spaces and fits easily into the tight parking spots, plus there is an automatic parking system. It’s good on both narrow roads and open roads.
Honda introduced this car as a competition against bigger cars, and it certainly competes with them in some aspects. It’s a good car to drive in urban areas and rural areas.