Honda E Tackles Moose Test And Slalom Well On Dry Pavement

But how would it behave in slippery conditions?

We have good reasons to be concerned with the Honda e dynamic behavior if it snows or rains. The urban EV already showed it could be tricky in slippery conditions. Its first documented accident happened in Austria when it was raining. More recently, a German reservation holder got scared of a loaner twice in a single weekend, always on wet surfaces. On dry pavement, our colleagues at found it is pretty composed.

They have recently released their traditional moose test and slalom with the Honda e, and their results are intriguing. They found out that, despite the rear-wheel drive, the urban electric car mildly understeers.