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No. 1
23 yrs of winners
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Win a Honda e Advance

OR TAKE £30,000 CASH
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The market for small EV city cars has expanded dramatically recently, with offerings from Smart, Skoda/VW/Seat and Mini. But all those are petrol/diesel cars that have been adapted to have an EV model, which inevitably leads to compromises.

Honda has now revealed their contender, and it’s got one massive advantage from the off – it’s a ground-up EV design, and you can tell when you look at it. To start with, it’s funky – seriously funky! From the cute round headlights and taillights to the short front and rear overhangs, it has hints of retro design but looks futuristic.

The party piece of the e, though, is the interior – which is like nothing you’ve ever seen. A massive screen stretches from in front of the driver right across to the passenger, and you can configure what is seen on each screen, from satnav to CarPlay, to TV and even a moving fish tank! A big strip of wood trim is in front, and it all feels fresh and new.

Powering the e Advance is a 151bhp motor, which gives more than enough performance in a city car. Battery size is 35.5kWh, which isn’t huge but keeps weight down and allows for a WLTP range of 125 miles, so realistically, just over 100 miles in the real world.

Tech is prominent in this small car, though – the interior, for one, but there are also extra screens for the mirrors as they are cameras as standard. There’s also 100kw DC rapid charging capability and every bit of tech you could imagine for driving – auto braking, adaptive cruise, auto lights etc.

As a bonus, the e has a turning circle of just 4.3 metres thanks to the motor being at the back driving the rear wheels – that’s a third less than a London taxi!

If you want a small funky city car – the Honda E is the car for you, and you can win one here in the BOTB Competition!

  

 

Spec

Retail Price £36,920
Cash Alternative £30,000
0-62mph 8.3secs
Top Speed 90mph
Power 151bhp
Torque 315
Battery 36kWh
Range 125miles

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Retail Price £36,920
Cash Alternative £30,000
0-62mph 8.3secs
Top Speed 90mph
Power 151bhp
Torque 315
Battery 36kWh
Range 125miles

The market for small EV city cars has expanded dramatically recently, with offerings from Smart, Skoda/VW/Seat and Mini. But all those are petrol/diesel cars that have been adapted to have an EV model, which inevitably leads to compromises.

Honda has now revealed their contender, and it’s got one massive advantage from the off – it’s a ground-up EV design, and you can tell when you look at it. To start with, it’s funky – seriously funky! From the cute round headlights and taillights to the short front and rear overhangs, it has hints of retro design but looks futuristic.

The party piece of the e, though, is the interior – which is like nothing you’ve ever seen. A massive screen stretches from in front of the driver right across to the passenger, and you can configure what is seen on each screen, from satnav to CarPlay, to TV and even a moving fish tank! A big strip of wood trim is in front, and it all feels fresh and new.

Powering the e Advance is a 151bhp motor, which gives more than enough performance in a city car. Battery size is 35.5kWh, which isn’t huge but keeps weight down and allows for a WLTP range of 125 miles, so realistically, just over 100 miles in the real world.

Tech is prominent in this small car, though – the interior, for one, but there are also extra screens for the mirrors as they are cameras as standard. There’s also 100kw DC rapid charging capability and every bit of tech you could imagine for driving – auto braking, adaptive cruise, auto lights etc.

As a bonus, the e has a turning circle of just 4.3 metres thanks to the motor being at the back driving the rear wheels – that’s a third less than a London taxi!

If you want a small funky city car – the Honda E is the car for you, and you can win one here in the BOTB Competition!