2008 Honda Element
79,022 Miles
$13,500

Toms River, NJ
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2005 Honda Element
145,444 Miles
$7,995

Kahului, HI
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2011 Honda Element
65,476 Miles
$24,990

Bend, OR
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2004 Honda Element
165,517 Miles
$7,995

Kahului, HI
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2007 Honda Element
174,607 Miles
$8,289

Ocala, FL
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2010 Honda Element
102,503 Miles
$10,947

Hammond, LA
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2009 Honda Element
90,906 Miles
$10,897

Midland, TX
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2010 Honda Element
90,465 Miles
$16,480

Eugene, OR
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2006 Honda Element
119,249 Miles
$10,410

Colorado Springs, CO
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2008 Honda Element
119,107 Miles
$10,200

Joliet, IL
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2010 Honda Element
87,227 Miles
$13,400

Lawrence, MA
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2011 Honda Element
17,116 Miles
$19,043

Brooklyn, NY
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2009 Honda Element
113,731 Miles
$13,995

Beaverton, OR
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2010 Honda Element
136,310 Miles
$10,033

Maryville, TN
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2011 Honda Element
126,929 Miles
$10,994

San Antonio, TX
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2003 Honda Element
154,817 Miles
$6,750

Bellevue, NE
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2010 Honda Element
51,831 Miles
$16,799

Hickory, NC
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2011 Honda Element
64,331 Miles
$15,472

Norman, OK
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2009 Honda Element
116,574 Miles
$8,334

Jacksonville, FL
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2011 Honda Element
184,788 Miles
$9,900

Collinsville, IL
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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

2003 Honda Element - Not Pretty But Reliable

Canyon, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 2.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
I have owned my 2003 Honda Element since I drove it off the lot in 2003. I have driven it through college years and carrying my two children now on multiple trips. While the body of the car would never win any style points, the functionality and versatility of the car are exceptional. The ability to take the back seats out and have an enclosed cargo bed is great, especially when moving or picking up furniture. The seats are made of a vinyl material that is easy to clean and maintain when they get dirty. The floorboards are plastic, thus also making it easy to clean. It has had a couple of transmission problems over the years, but this is to be expected when the car is used as much as we do. I also like to do maintenance and service myself on cars, and parts are relatively inexpensive f... (more)
Pros
Easy to maintain and clean Parts are inexpensive
Cons
Repairs can be time consuming and require advanced mechanical knowledge. 4 Cylinder engine can leave you lacking power.

2011 Honda Element - Lots of Space

Los Angeles, California
Overall
5.0
Value 5.0
Performance 4.0
Style 3.0
Comfort 3.0
Fuel Economy 3.0
Maintenance 5.0
I have never had any mechanical issues with this car. It always lets me know when there's a problem before it goes critical and there is always ample time to fix it. I particularly like the automatic notice when my oil life is down to 15%. It lets me plan accordingly and go over both the mileage and time suggestions for an oil change without putting my car's health at risk.
Story
A friend and I had a gig where we each needed a vibraphone. And I said that I was fairly certain they could both fit in my car and we should go together. With the seats completely out, they both fit with about 1/4" to spare. When we got there they said it looked like a clown car since we just kept pulling massive instruments out of the back.
Pros
The back seats fold up against the sides creating a very large space for hauling. They also easily come completely out for even more square footage. I fit two vibraphones in the back. I fit a 5-octave marimba (broken down) in the back. I fit seven African drums in the back. This car hauls all of my stuff without being a massive, clunky truck and that's why I love it.
Cons
Honestly the only negative thing I can even think to write is that because of its height, it can be a target for thieves. My neighbor once scared off a fellow who was under my car trying to pull some expensive part off of it. But that's it.

2012 Honda Element - I am happy with my Honda Element

Portland, Oregon
Overall
4.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 4.0
Comfort 3.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 4.0
I am happy with my Honda Element. I think the styling is modern and clean and I like they way it handles. The gas mileage is pretty good and I have not had any problems with any of the drive train or accessories. The price was acceptable for what it is, it isn't a high end vehicle and it feels a bit plasticy and cheap, but not to the point where it is going to fall apart. I would recommend it to someone looking for an economical vehicle that they can have a bit of extra storage in the back and be good for city driving. I would buy it again if looking for a similar vehicle.
Story
Not really.
Pros
I like the way it handles and the way it looks. The price was acceptable and the car is good if you need to drive in the city, but would like to have a bit more room to transport stuff from time to time. I like the gas mileage that it gets.
Cons
The car feels like a cheaper car. It isn't made to be high end and the comfort level isn't the highest. It would be great if it had a bit more pickup, but I guess that is a trade off for the size and mileage. I also don't like the way the wiper controls work.