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Honda Honda E

  • tickAwesome looks
  • tickImpressive connectivity
  • tickEasy to park

Honda Honda E Hatchback (2020 - )

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but, please, look at this car. How could you not love it? While other brands have tempted electric car buyers with a glimpse of the future, Honda has tugged at heart strings with a vibrant, quirky nod to the Swinging 60s. The small battery means low range but short charging time. Read our long-term review to find out what the Honda E is actually like to live with!
Our verdict

Is the Honda Honda E a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Honda Honda E running costs

Fuel consumption, insurance, residuals and tax.

Honda Honda E safety

Driver aids, airbags and alerts.

Honda Honda E features

Driver technology, media and styling.

Honda Honda E reliability

Warranty, servicing, durability and build quality.

Honda Honda E interior

Space, materials, boot size and comfort.

Honda Honda E performance

Power, handling, fuel and range.

Our expert review

See what our expert review team say about this car

No ‘road tax’ for 2020, no congestion charge, no Benefit In Kind tax for fleet users, low insurance, and, Parkers reckons, £1 will get you 24 miles if you’re charging at home, which is a darn sight cheaper than fuelling it for 24 miles using petrol or diesel. Go for an electric-car tariff and you could recharge for as little as £3.

However, it does cost a lot of money to buy, which is the same tale for all electric cars. Bought outright (and depending on which of the two trims you go for) the Honda E will cost you between £27,000 and £30,000, or about £300-£350 on a monthly finance deal, subject to deposit and terms.

But the Honda E won’t cost you as much as competitors such as the Peugeot e-208 or Vauxhall Corsa-e, both of which are about £1,000 more. Which is weird because Hondas are normally far more expensive than Peugeots. The answer is probably lies with the Honda’s range which, at 137 miles, lags far behind the 200 miles of the other two. Arguably you do get possibly the best looking and most fun electric car out there, so swings and roundabouts.

Oh, and handy hint: go for the smaller wheel size. They may not look as good, but you’ll squeeze an extra 10 to 12 miles out of every charge.

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