2006 Honda Element
128,808 Miles
$7,851

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2006 Honda Element
178,460 Miles
$6,695

Santa Rosa, CA
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2006 Honda Element
240,680 Miles
$5,990

Abilene, TX
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2006 Honda Element
113,849 Miles
$8,999

Mansfield, TX
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2006 Honda Element
208,470 Miles
$5,882

Palm Beach Gardens, FL
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2006 Honda Element
199,837 Miles
$7,000

Sevierville, TN
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2006 Honda Element
115,693 Miles
$8,495

Bozeman, MT
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2006 Honda Element
137,616 Miles
$5,988

Kearney, NE
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2006 Honda Element
169,089 Miles
$7,990

National City, CA
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2006 Honda Element
144,013 Miles
$6,998

South Burlington, VT
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2006 Honda Element
145,963 Miles
$7,982

York, PA
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2006 Honda Element
194,458 Miles
$8,494

Greensboro, NC
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2006 Honda Element
102,007 Miles
$11,888

Escondido, CA
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2006 Honda Element
173,960 Miles
$5,800

Fairfield, OH
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2006 Honda Element
136,583 Miles
$8,695

Los Angeles, CA
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2006 Honda Element
169,794 Miles
$5,987

Mansfield, OH
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2006 Honda Element
156,083 Miles
$7,250

Frankfort, KY
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2006 Honda Element
137,914 Miles
$9,595

Anaheim, CA
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2006 Honda Element
159,154 Miles
$5,990

Fairview, NJ
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160,808 Miles
$8,495

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2006 Honda Element Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
2.0
Style
2.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0

2006 Honda Element Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Honda Element - I love my toaster!

Sarah
Royal Palm Beach, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
This is a very well-built little SUV. I have had to do only routine maintenance, change the oil, filters, tires, etc. This little four-cylinder car gets 22 miles to the gallon which is good, since it's basically a rolling box. It's very utilitarian but does have XM Radio, which is nice on trips. I find it very comfortable to drive and easy to get in and out of.
Story
Look for a car that fits your lifestyle. It's nice to have utility when you like the outdoors and not have to worry about tracking sand and dirt into the vehicle. But, it's also nice to have a few luxury features - like the CD player and satellite radio.
Pros
I love my Honda Element for hauling dogs, boxes, and my Ikea purchases. The back seats fold up along the back windows leaving you with lots of floor space for hauling. Or you can even remove the seats! I especially like that I can fit a full-size dog crate in the back, since I do Big Dog Rescue. It's very easy to clean, as it has no carpet. You can even hose it out. It is a little difficult to get the drain plug out, as you have to remove the spare tire first. Then you can remove the plug. Putting it back in requires two people, one under the car and the other to put the plug into the spa... (more)
Cons
My husband hates my car, he says riding in it with the short wheel base is torture. You definitely feel every bump, and if you go over a speed hump too fast, you are airborne! I do have to agree that the passenger seat could be more comfortable. It's a squeeze if you have long legs. The other thing that I don't like is that it's noisy on the road, since there is no carpet to muffle sounds. Also, riding in the back seat can be bumpy.

2006 Honda Element - Amazingly Versatile Vehicle!

BH
Eagan, Minnesota
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
My Honda Element has been an amazingly versatile vehicle. It is great for city and highway driving. I have used it for camping trips, cross country trips and basic trips around town. The fold up back seats give the Element surprisingly large cargo capacity. It really is bigger on the inside! I am always amazed at how much I can fit inside. The Element handles great in rain and snow. I have been in some heavy Minnesota snow without ever getting stuck.
Story
One of my favorite memories with the Element was our first family camping trip. Thanks to the cargo capacity and the front and rear power outlets we were able to bring all the things we wanted and have power. It also served as a great second tent for extra campers.
Pros
Here is a brief rundown of some of my favorite Element features. The incredible storage capacity both inside and on the roof, the clamshell back hatch is really convenient for tailgating or drive in movies. Another great feature is the lack of a "B" pillar. It makes side loading a breeze. Passengers often remark about how the back seats allow a great view of the road. The Element is large enough to feel solid and safe yet still small enough to maneuver easily in parking lots and other tight spaces.
Cons
Like all things in life nothing is perfect. The Element only has seat belts for four people. Sometimes it would be really helpful to seat five people. Another thing that I don't really like about this SUV is the factory sound system. I think it could have a little more punch! I also have a love/hate relationship with the "suicide" door. It can be a little annoying when dealing with passengers.

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