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Honda E Leasing

The Honda E looks like a concept car – a showpiece never destined to see the light of day. But no, this is an electric hatchback you can lease today. This dinky, futuristic city car is never going to replace your diesel-powered family wheels but it is a useful 2nd car, perfectly suited to nipping around town, popping to the shops and even a bit of commuting. In that role, it’s almost flawless.
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Top 3 Features

Retro design.

High-tech cabin.

Punchy electric powertrain.

  • The E’s boot is on the small side but it’s more spacious than some city cars. The 171-litre boot is more than big enough for shopping, school bags or other items, but it won’t work for a family holiday in Cornwall. Although the SEAT Mii Electric has more room in the boot, the same could be said of that car, so the E isn’t missing much. In fact, compared to the petrol-powered Toyota Aygo and Peugeot 108, it’s quite spacious.

    It’s the same story inside. The E isn’t massive – the external dimensions see to that – but there’s enough room to seat 4 people. There’s loads of room up front and the rear space is adequate for adults. Kids will have bags of space to stretch out in.

  • With no petrol engine and no tailpipe emissions, the E is going to be cheap to run. Charge the batteries overnight from a domestic charger and you can take advantage of cheaper rates. But the 137-mile maximum range means long journeys are less appealing, with charging stops necessary along the way. And charging away from home is a slightly more expensive business.

    If you can fill up with electrons at home, though, the E will cover everything you need for a normal weekday, and probably a little more besides. You might find you only need to charge every other day if you live near your local amenities.

    If you’re a company-car driver, the news is even better. The electric powertrain means you’ll spend very little on tax. Single-figure benefit-in-kind tax rates are the preserve of electric vehicles and the E conforms to that. If you live near work and own another car, you could save a fortune on tax by switching to a Honda E.

Models Available

E Hatchback

The E is only available in 5-door hatchback guise.

Trim Levels

As standard, the E comes with the digital door mirrors, a rear-view camera and 12.3-inch dual touchscreens. You also get 16-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and heated front seats, as well as satellite navigation, 4 USB sockets, and the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity systems.Trim Levels Available: Standard, Advance

The Honda E Vs Competitors

There are fewer small electric cars around than you might expect, so the Honda E’s rivals are few in number. But the quality makes up for the lack of quantity. Alternatives include the Skoda Citigo iV, SEAT Mii Electric or Volkswagen E-Up – all of which are effectively the same brilliant car underneath. Then there’s the MINI Electric, which is slightly larger than the E, and the more practical Renault Zoe, Peugeot E-208 and Vauxhall Corsa-E. And the latest contender is the Fiat 500 Electric, which boasts retro looks and a longer range than most of its rivals.
  • Honda has a great reputation for reliability, so don’t expect too many problems with the E. The powertrain is quite simple, so that shouldn’t cause trouble, and the build quality is good. If the number of electrical gizmos worries you, rest assured there’s a 3-year warranty.

  • Thanks to the E’s rear-drive layout, the boot only measures 171 litres – much less than you’ll get in a Mii Electric or a Corsa-E. But it’s still plenty for shopping or school bags. And if you fold the rear seats down, it grows to a much roomier 861 litres.

  • When you lease a Honda E, you get a choice of just 2 different versions. The entry-level ‘standard’ car misses out on some of the Advance model’s creature comforts, and the more upmarket car is also more powerful.

  • Yes. Parking sensors are standard on all models, while the ‘standard’ car comes with a reversing camera. Upgrading to the Advance version gets you the ‘multi-view’ camera system.

  • A small boot means the E isn’t the most spacious city car you can lease. The Mii Electric and VW E-Up have bigger boots. But the E is roomy enough for all your luggage and it’ll carry 4 people in relative comfort. Compact dimensions and impressive manoeuvrability also make it handy in town.

  • The E’s looks and high-tech underpinnings have raised huge amounts of interest. If you’re after a small 2nd car with green credentials and low running costs, this retro hatchback should be on your shortlist.

  • Leasing a Honda E with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. Not only will you get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, there’s also no hidden fees, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! What are you waiting for? Find your New Lease Of Life today!

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