2010 Honda Element
102,503 Miles
$10,947

Hammond, LA
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2007 Honda Element
103,924 Miles
$8,490

Pittsburgh, PA
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2010 Honda Element
87,227 Miles
$14,000

Lawrence, MA
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2004 Honda Element
119,770 Miles
$8,995

Tucson, AZ
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2011 Honda Element
184,788 Miles
$7,995

Collinsville, IL
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2011 Honda Element
127,801 Miles
$9,995

San Antonio, TX
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2008 Honda Element
150,878 Miles
$9,971

Northumberland, PA
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2009 Honda Element
113,731 Miles
$13,395

Beaverton, OR
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2009 Honda Element
150,897 Miles
$10,995

Lee's Summit, MO
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2006 Honda Element
135,634 Miles
$9,600

San Luis Obispo, CA
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2005 Honda Element
166,962 Miles
$8,949

Tacoma, WA
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2006 Honda Element
100,984 Miles
$8,649

Santa Fe, NM
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2011 Honda Element
110,784 Miles
$14,995

Hardwick, VT
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2004 Honda Element
180,085 Miles
$6,772

Aberdeen, WA
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2006 Honda Element
73,531 Miles
$12,990

Reading, PA
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2010 Honda Element
60,180 Miles
$16,900

Tucson, AZ
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2007 Honda Element
111,088 Miles
$9,544

Phoenix, AZ
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Honda Element Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.5
Performance
3.6
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.6
Maintenance
4.4

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Honda Element Owner Ratings & Reviews

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

1993 Honda Element - Lots of Space

Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
Overall, the Honda Element EX is a great vehicle. I never had any issues with getting around on various terrains thanks to the auto 4WD. The body style was strange looking at first, but I learned to love it once I realized how much space it has on the inside. The legroom in the backseat is insane, the seats are comfortable and I love how high up the vehicle sits. The interior features aren't super fancy, it's a utility vehicle after all and not really meant for luxury. Gas mileage ranged from about 22 to 27 for me, most of the time hovering around 23-24. This is not as good as I would expect for a 4 cylinder and there are many other vehicles of this age that get better mpg. As far as mechanical aspects and other things like that, this is not a quiet car. There are air leaks arou... (more)
Story
Moving across the united states in this was fun. All my stuff in one trip.
Pros
Lots of room in interior Unique body style Sunroof lifts up Back seats lift up Lots of cup holders Easy clean interior seats and floor
Cons
Low MPG Windshield replacements common Poor seat belt design Noisy ride High roll over risk Air bag recalls

2005 Honda Element - They don't make em like this no more

Lake Oswego, Oregon
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
What strikes me off the bat is just how functional to a tee the interior is. You can see someone spent a lot of time making everything work ergonomically and according to human needs, yet with simplicity and a high quality build to boot. One downside to the functionality is the back seat doors. They are awkward and Jeep-like, and make getting in the back seat easier through the front seat sometimes. Overall the car just has a great feel to drive, like springy acceleration for such a large and boxy vehicle. And mechanically we haven't had any problem with the car, though it isn't that old yet.
Story
I swear you could tip over backwards going up some hills in this car, I've had nightmare about it
Pros
In addition to the above, the handling of the cube as I call it is just impeccable. It's spacious interior is unique AND I'd have to say the Element's number one feature is the composite floors (not carpet). That keeps the car clean when every car with carpet floors frankly becomes disgusting after a while. That and the synthetic material on the seats really tie the interior together in form and function and speak to the design of this car.
Cons
Regretfully I had a couple of big problems with the driving of this vehicle. I've noticed that in the automatic, when the gears shift you tend to lose slight control of the vehicle, especially when turning and accelerating at the same time. Secondly I do not like the anti-lock braking system and think they made me unable to stop one time when I could have otherwise stopped, on somewhat wet roads going about 30 MPH.