Q: How many miles can I travel with a full battery?
The WLTP-rated range is stated as up to 136 miles.
Q: How can I keep track of the battery levels and range?
You can keep track of battery levels and range on your Infotainment System display.
Q: Does the battery take very long to fully charge?
Using the fast charge, the battery can boost to 80% capacity in just 30 minutes.
Q: What happens, what would I do if the battery runs out whilst I am driving?
As with petrol or diesel-powered cars, you will come to a stop. However, new electric car owners tend to be more conscious of their range – often referred to as "range anxiety". Although, knowing that your electric car travels up to 136 miles between charges should alleviate any fears. Additionally, electric cars do have a gauge, to provide you with audible and visual warnings of low range.
Q: Does the Honda e charge while driving including braking?
Yes, the Honda e has 3 levels of brake regeneration. This can be configured as you drive to change the characteristics of the car. The greater the brake re-gen, the more power is re-captured and recovered by the Honda e.
Q: How much does it cost for charging?
Home charging will approximately cost £3.64 for a full charge. Charging at public stations and charging points – such as supermarkets or car parks – will often be free for the duration of your stay. Rapid charging points can be found at motorway service stations and generally cost around £6.50 for a 30-minute charge.
Q: Are all chargers the same?
No, there are several charging solutions available. The Honda e will cater for all current and planned charging solutions available.
Q: Which Charger will I need?
The Honda e features a range of charging cables to connect to the various charging solutions available.
Q: Where can I find charging point locations in my country?
There are several online sites which provide interactive maps of the UK and show the charging points across the country. Some providers also operate an app.
Q: How much will it cost for charging at public charging points?
The cost to charge at a public charging point may depend on; borough, charger type and supplier. Most suppliers will either charge a monthly subscription to cover a specific amount of charge, or charge per charging event at a cost per kWh used.