2003 Honda Element
126,266 Miles
$6,500

Prescott, AZ
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2003 Honda Element
156,277 Miles
$4,996

Palatine, IL
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2003 Honda Element
160,000 Miles
$6,990

Louisville, KY
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2003 Honda Element
144,120 Miles
$6,385

Fairview Heights, IL
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2003 Honda Element
133,993 Miles
$4,987

Beavercreek, OH
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2003 Honda Element
128,696 Miles
$5,988

Austin, TX
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2003 Honda Element
196,025 Miles
$4,698

Lancaster, PA
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2003 Honda Element
188,867 Miles
$3,800

Blue Springs, MO
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2003 Honda Element
133,623 Miles
$6,997

West Chester, OH
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2003 Honda Element
113,070 Miles
$9,999

Tulalip, WA
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2003 Honda Element
42,471 Miles
$13,700

Seattle, WA
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2003 Honda Element
187,000 Miles
$4,995

El Cajon, CA
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2003 Honda Element
184,069 Miles
$3,300

Harwood, MD
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2003 Honda Element
87,202 Miles
$8,950

Lenoir City, TN
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2003 Honda Element
170,000 Miles
$6,495

Milwaukie, OR
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2003 Honda Element
204,000 Miles
$4,999

Imperial, MO
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2003 Honda Element
159,287 Miles
$7,999

Salem, OR
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2003 Honda Element
209,126 Miles
$4,000

Fort Mill , SC
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2003 Honda Element
184,791 Miles
$5,995

Fort Worth, TX
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2003 Honda Element
160,100 Miles
$5,999

Broken Arrow, OK
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2003 Honda Element Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
5.0

2003 Honda Element Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2003 Honda Element - Love this versatile workhorse

Meredith
Athens, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
As someone who is active (camping and biking), the Honda Element is versatile and gets the job done. From hauling bales of pine straw for yard work to traveling with a tandem bicycle inside, the Element never disappoints. It is easy to maneuver, and it is as other Hondas, dependable. We have hauled appliances, used the cabana/camping features in the pouring rain and stayed dry, and have hauled two mountain bikes on the inside plus our gear. Our big guy friends are always surprised when they get in the back seat. They are never cramped! On really curvy mountain roads, it can seem a bit unsteady, but I have never lost any traction. The fact that it is now 14 years old, there are features I would love to have. One of the reasons I have loved it is the wonderful sound system, and it had an... (more)
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There were ten of us ladies (all 50+) celebrating a friend's birthday at her 700-sq-ft. cabin with one bathroom in the mountains of Northeast Georgia. We camped in the Element, and it rained all weekend. We stayed dry inside using the camping gear and slept like babies. And everyone was in awe of our cool sleeping arrangements! On Saturday afternoon/evening, we drank over 12 bottles of wine. A... (more)
Pros
Versatility--seats come out or fold up. Great visibility. Comfortable. Good sound system. Honda dependability and quality.
Cons
Only OK gas mileage (not great). A/C and defrost temperament. Towing features only OK (though makes sense given the vehicle size). Road noise. No passenger arm rest. Door locks had some problems. Only four seat belts. It limits that fifth back seat passenger. It does not like the cold. It still runs, but you can just tell.

2003 Honda Element - The coolest SUV you'll ever drive

Jose
Shiloh, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
Many people treat their vehicles like pets, and if you were to adopt a Honda Element, it'd be the golden retriever of vehicles. You can always depend on it to get you out of a sticky situation. Say you want to go camping, but your wife hates the outdoors, just plunk the seats down and in 15 seconds you've got a bed with a moon roof that allows you to sleep under the stars! You can't find these guys on used car lots often, too many people want to keep them, and it's no wonder, when is the last time you saw an Element on the side of the road broken down? I'll bet it hasn't happened. The main thing that I like to remind people when they're using my vehicle is that it's shaped like a box; it's going to drive like a box on wheels. You can't expect it to fly around corners like a sport... (more)
Story
I camp in my Honda Element very frequently. It came in handy on a stretch of the Appalachian Trail between shelters. I parked on a mountain road, notified the Rangers my vehicle would be there overnight, and got dropped off on another part of the trail. That day, I hiked nine miles to my car, popped the seats down and slept with the moon roof off half under the stars and half protected from... (more)
Pros
The vehicle is the most versatile of toys, going from a place you can sleep to a place you can play in seconds. The interior is so easy to clean, just put the seats up and sweep it out. If it's sticky, grab a hose. High air intake. The seats are very easy to manipulate into any of the positions they can be in as well as simple to remove and replace. The rear seats are elevated, giving back seat riders a full view of the windshield, reducing motion sickness, and calming children.
Cons
More difficult than a compact car to control on wet/snowy roads. It drives like a box on wheels, definitely not aerodynamic. Not super comfortable for very long road trips; the seats can feet hard after a while. Cup holders are very low compared to driver's seat. No center console.

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