This sounds like a bulk delivery for Captain Sensible. Four small cars with low emissions and fuel consumption. However, being sensible doesn’t have to be boring, and these four aim to show that small can be funky, or classy or nippy – but never boring. How well do they succeed? We have four different engine sizes, including two-, three- and four-cylinder units and some hybrid power thrown in. Clearly, manufacturers are trying an array of variables to provide a clean, powerful enough engine for a small car. The Honda kicks off with a four-pot engine but brings in a small electric motor to spice things up. There’s also a CVT transmission so be prepared for screaming revs when you put your foot down, not instantly accompanied by any great increase in speed. It handles reasonably well and is decently balanced, but the steering can go all vague and leave you wondering what’s going on. The four-pot diesel in the Mini is more straightforward, with a flexible powerplant which is aided by relatively low weight in the rest of the car. It’s quite a nippy car, and it’s really enjoyable to throw around some country lanes. You can actually get some… Read full this story
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