Tested on Irish roads: Honda’s little E has a big personality
The small electric car’s charm and tech will soon distract you from its low range between charges
If you can tear your eyes away from the pictures for a moment, we can tell you that this beauty is the new Honda E. It’s the Japanese company’s first mass-production electric car and it has just gone on sale in Ireland.
Despite a price from about €30,000, the E is Honda’s smallest car sold here, but we think you’ll agree that it makes a big statement in terms of desirability...
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