2008 Honda Element
178,172 Miles
$5,555

Glendale Heights, IL
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2008 Honda Element
122,172 Miles
$11,600

Eugene, OR
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2003 Honda Element
108,317 Miles
$7,995

Kahului, HI
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2010 Honda Element
84,215 Miles
$14,988

Lighthouse Point, FL
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2007 Honda Element
166,272 Miles
$5,999

Springfield, OH
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2004 Honda Element
167,278 Miles
$6,700

Casper, WY
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2003 Honda Element
175,104 Miles
$6,995

Reno, NV
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2010 Honda Element
94,300 Miles
$15,500

Denver, CO
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2007 Honda Element
78,703 Miles
$12,991

Clarksville, TN
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2007 Honda Element
119,421 Miles
$11,795

Marysville, WA
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2011 Honda Element
95,024 Miles
$13,988

Moncks Corner, SC
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2003 Honda Element
221,633 Miles
$3,999

Lynnwood, WA
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2011 Honda Element
93,612 Miles
$19,995

Marysville, WA
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2008 Honda Element
93,607 Miles
$11,704

Plainfield, CT
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2011 Honda Element
118,490 Miles
$16,991

San Fernando, CA
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2008 Honda Element
95,135 Miles
$8,988

Lighthouse Point, FL
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2004 Honda Element
143,486 Miles
$10,500

Albany, NH
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2004 Honda Element
145,732 Miles
$7,487

Puyallup, WA
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2005 Honda Element
123,325 Miles
$8,900

Hailey, ID
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2011 Honda Element
94,579 Miles
$16,997

Vineland, NJ
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Honda Element Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.6
43 Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.6
Performance
3.4
Style
3.8
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.8
Reliability
4.5

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2008 Honda Element - Wish I Could Buy Elements For Live

Kate
Burke, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
This is the second Honda vehicle I have ever owned and I could not ask for a more reliable and fun-to-drive car. I'd been wanting an Element for years, and finally buying one more than lived up to my expectations. The best experience I had was in relation to its 4-wheel drive. I've never driven a car that handles so well in bad weather.
Story
When caught in a horrible and sudden freak blizzard, I was able to safely get home when cars around me kept stopping and getting stranded. It handles beautifully in all weather, and as long as I'm careful on turns, I feel incredibly safe in it.
Pros
I love the ability to configure the car's interior in many ways. The way the seats fold to the side mean I can haul thousands of books around easily on what is essentially a flatbed. The car holds so much in any configuration. The car has held up to a lot of use and driving and is still as hearty and fun as the day I bought it. The moon roof is a joy, as is the ability to lay the seats flat and camp out in the car; I look forward to driving the entire Blue Ridge Parkway in it next year or the year after! I also like its flooring and how easy it is to clean.
Cons
I wish I'd held out for a less built-out model than the LX so I would have had more options to customize it. Also, there is a blind spot that took some getting used to. It only seats 4 people, so sometimes there are limitations when I need to drive family, friends, or coworkers. Parts of the car are not magnetic, which is kind of a drag when I have car magnets to apply. These are pretty minor complaints, however. The biggest complaint I have is that they discontinued Elements and won't make them any more! I wish Honda would; they'd have had an Element buyer for life!

2003 Honda Element - The best car I have ever owned

Eric
Woodstock, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
This car has 243 000 miles. It is extremely reliable. There is a timing chain so you never have to worry about changing the timing belt. Room space is better than any other cars I have seen for the passengers in the back seats. All my passengers always comment on that! Once the seats are folded, trunk space if enormous. The rear side doors open outward from the front, which allowed me to load large canvas that would not have gone through the trunk. The floors are very easy to wash.
Story
I can get the inside of the car muddy and then clean it very easily. But do NOT hose the inside down as some people thought they could. You would damage it.
Pros
Extremely reliable! At 243 000 the only issue I have had where with the locks (read cons). Cheap fix! Lot of room space. Engine sized well (166hp / 2.4L) for the weight of the car and it is definitely punchy and fun to drive. Good on snow even with only 2WD. (The next one I'll buy will be an Element 4WD).
Cons
Locks all had problems: glove box. Door and ignition. It all happened around 200 000 miles. Changed them all once and it is as new. OK on gas, about 21 mpg city / rural area. Better on Highway.

2005 Honda Element - Modified toaster.

Element Owner
Worcester, Massachusetts
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
In 2005, we purchased a Honda Element so it could be modified to accommodate a wheelchair user. A company in Michigan had developed an accessible solution with the Element that works very well. The base car cost about $20k and the modifications added a whopping $17k on to the total cost. The Element is like a big box (we call it our "toaster") and it has suicide doors (the back doors open backwards). The two doors opening wide gives room for a ramp that the wheelchair user can ride up to get inside the car. Also, the floor is lowered so the wheelchair rider looks out the windshield, rather than sitting up high, unable to see out. We have found the Element to be incredibly reliable. It's got about 130,000 miles on it and has had 2 things go wrong with it. The cable from the gear shifter... (more)
Story
Speaking of snow-worthiness, one time we got caught in more snow than expected coming home from a shopping trip. We live in a very hilly city. Taking a non-hilly way home, the road was blocked off due to an accident. Only way to get home? Take a detour into a steep uphill and then a steep downhill. I was a white-knuckle driver, but the car handled it like a champ. Maybe I'm just a bit paranoid... (more)
Pros
Reliability - A+. Gas mileage - 22 mpg, which isn't bad for driving a big box down the highway. With mods, can take my wife anywhere we want to go.
Cons
Handling in wind and rain. Watch out on the highway when it's windy - this thing has a mind of its own! The ride isn't all that comfortable - more truck-like than SUV or car-like.

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