2010 Honda Element
65,272 Miles
$15,995

Philadelphia, PA
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2004 Honda Element
159,088 Miles
$7,999

Anchorage, AK
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2006 Honda Element
124,625 Miles
$8,950

Washington, NJ
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2009 Honda Element
128,668 Miles
$12,100

Jacksonville, NC
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2011 Honda Element
76,633 Miles
$16,480

Montgomeryville, PA
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2006 Honda Element
143,920 Miles
$9,995

Fairless Hills, PA
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2011 Honda Element
79,486 Miles
$17,766

Newton, NJ
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2008 Honda Element
99,598 Miles
$10,000

Plainfield, IN
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2005 Honda Element
166,962 Miles
$6,949

Tacoma, WA
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2006 Honda Element
65,230 Miles
$9,888

North Miami, FL
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2006 Honda Element
126,422 Miles
$8,000

Tucson, AZ
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2003 Honda Element
79,202 Miles
$9,995

Huntington Station, NY
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2011 Honda Element
110,784 Miles
$14,995

Hardwick, VT
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2010 Honda Element
89,970 Miles
$14,583

Delray Beach, FL
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2008 Honda Element
155,122 Miles
$10,991

Burlington, WA
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2008 Honda Element
115,618 Miles
$11,000

Tucson, AZ
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2007 Honda Element
142,876 Miles
$10,995

Chico, CA
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2011 Honda Element
78,846 Miles
$17,990

Denville, NJ
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2006 Honda Element
135,634 Miles
$8,900

San Luis Obispo, CA
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2004 Honda Element
109,932 Miles
$9,487

Fort Collins, CO
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Honda Element Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.5
Performance
3.6
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
3.5
Maintenance
4.4

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Honda Element Owner Ratings & Reviews

2011 Honda Element - The smallest big car

Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I love this car. It's a master of storage space and it's tough. I went car shopping to specifically find the smallest car I could fit my instrument into. And with the backseats folded up I have fit an entire 5-octave marimba (broken down) into the back with enough room to spare for my dog to be there too. The best it's done was fitting two fully set up vibraphones in the back. It looked like a clown car when we unloaded. And when I was in a small fender-bender, I got a tiny dent in my rear bumper and the other car had its front corner crushed. It is a loud car though, sometimes engine noise gets really annoying, but with the auxiliary connection there are always ways to drown it out. It can also be a little slow to accelerate so watch out for short on ramps because you won't pick up as... (more)
Story
My African Drum and Dance group is based just north of Los Angeles and we had a gig just south of Los Angeles. That's a long drive so most of us carpooled. But we also had to bring our drums. So I volunteered my car to bring the drums because the other guy with the SUV could fit more people in his car. I put the back seats up and fit the four largest drums (the biggest one was almost too long)... (more)
Pros
Mega storage. Seats fold up or completely come out with ease. Low maintenance. Replaced original, 5-yr-old battery. That's it. Easy to clean. Short nose makes parking easier.
Cons
Engine noise. Slow acceleration. Rear doors can be inconvenient. Only 4 seats.

2008 Honda Element - Beautiful Box

San Diego, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I really live my 2008 Honda Element. I was lucky enough to find an SC model. This means it does not have the large plastic trim you see on most Elements. The SC also comes with nice wheels. It is classified as an SUV, but because of the design and stance, it has a more sporty look to it. In other words, it does not look like a lumbering beast on the road. The interior is durable, no leather trim here. The rear seats fold up and along the rear wall to give you a larger rear storage area. I use it to take my two full sized dogs to the vet and groomer. They can move around at ease. Gauges are very simple, no fancy electronics to worry about breaking. Shifter is up high so you know what gear you are in – and the hand break is just below. Everything is upfront for ease of use. It is small ... (more)
Story
I took the car across country from California to Illinois and back two years ago. Not one problem along the way. Until the moment I cross back into California then boom, a rock hit the window. Chip is still there. Tough window.
Pros
I guess I really just like how it looks. Mine is in a nice deep blue with really nice wheels. I just like how it looks when I walk up to it.
Cons
The interior is nothing to show off with, but I does survive a beating. I wish fuel mileage was better. If you are in the car a lot and love music, you will want a better radio.

2008 Honda Element - Best Car Ever!!!!

Dayton, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
First, it gets great gas mileage for an SUV type vehicle. My husband drives about 100 miles a day, 5 days a week, for about 8 years now, and the car is still in great shape, no rattles, no major repairs, no loud noises, and the paint still looks great. The interior is definitely kid friendly, there's enough space between the kids that they have no excuse to fight, and after 8 years of my kids, the material of the seats still looks great, too. No stains or tears! The two seats in the back fold flat, and swivel up against the wall, so if you're out and decide to make a large purchase, it'll fit. And if you know you need to haul something larger, the rear seats pop out pop out so easy a ten year old can do it. Also, all four seats fold flat, and a queen size air mattress fits on them... (more)
Story
My element is such a unique shade of green, that it's the only one in my small city. After I got it, everyone suddenly knew where I lived, because they all drive past my house, and now recognize my car sitting out front.
Pros
spacious enough inside good gas mileage paint held up well interior held up well versatility of vehicle camp in it smooth ride quiet great grip on road and handles well built to last made in the US
Cons
only has 4 seats