I had a really hard time picking a winner here, but I think that Honda’s Masterbuilt Electric smoker is the best-performing electric car of the bunch, and it’s a lot of fun to drive.
And it’s pretty cheap at $19,000.
But let’s be honest, there’s so much to consider when it comes to how much you can save on a car.
The Masterbuilt EV has a lot going for it: it’s the only electric car that’s compatible with Honda’s COVID-19 testing protocols, which make it the first electric car to have its emissions monitored.
But what if you don’t have any COVID tests or COVID testing equipment?
Or if you’re planning on using a gas-powered electric car?
In the Masterbuilt, it’s possible to choose from two different engines, but Honda says that you can choose between either of the two different EV engines by clicking on the option in the dashboard, “Select an engine.”
When you do, the Masterbuild will choose between the two engines and it’ll take the first one.
If you choose to stick with the first, you’ll get the best performance and lowest cost.
Honda says the EV engine will run about 50 miles on a charge, and the EV battery will last around 2,500 miles on the same charge.
I was impressed with how much fun I had with the Master Built, and I can’t wait to see what Honda comes up with for its EV line in the future.