2008 Honda Element
151,870 Miles
$9,300

Olathe, KS
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2008 Honda Element
101,510 Miles
$11,130

Fremont, CA
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2008 Honda Element
111,711 Miles
$12,397

Brooklyn Center, MN
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2008 Honda Element
156,803 Miles
$8,344

Riverhead, NY
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2008 Honda Element
136,045 Miles
$10,788

Renton, WA
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2008 Honda Element
128,772 Miles
$8,990

Miami, FL
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2008 Honda Element
101,118 Miles
$9,500

Cranston, RI
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2008 Honda Element
154,620 Miles
$8,288

Grand Rapids, MI
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2008 Honda Element
144,472 Miles
$7,495

Hyannis, MA
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2008 Honda Element
167,781 Miles
$6,990

North Andover, MA
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2008 Honda Element
210,910 Miles
$8,995

Montrose, CO
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2008 Honda Element
97,276 Miles
$9,118

Indianapolis, IN
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2008 Honda Element
108,971 Miles
$11,900

Simi Valley, CA
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2008 Honda Element
170,931 Miles
$7,700

Bartlesville, OK
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2008 Honda Element
105,584 Miles
$10,000

Williamsville, NY
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2008 Honda Element
137,776 Miles
$9,949

Longmont, CO
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2008 Honda Element
134,005 Miles
$9,000

Tulsa, OK
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2008 Honda Element
104,000 Miles
$9,900

Apalachin, NY
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2008 Honda Element
97,287 Miles
$12,299

Green Bay, WI
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2008 Honda Element Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0

2008 Honda Element Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Honda Element - A Sturdy, Fun Vehicle

JL
Casas Adobes, Arizona
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
I like the sturdiness of my Honda Element. It seems to perform well in the hot climate I live in. It has high safety ratings, and that's one of the reasons I bought it. It's easy to take care of, since the interior is plastic and can technically be hosed off if necessary. This is basically a small SUV, but I was able to purchase it at half the cost of a regular sized SUV. I'm able to haul a lot of equipment in my Element, and have even been able to fit a sofa in the back end with no problems. I like the stadium seating in the front of the vehicle-it's nice to be perched up high and have plenty of leg room. I've gotten a lot of compliments on how cute my car is for being an SUV. It's so spacious on the inside, yet it's compact enough that I can fit into even the smallest parking spots. ... (more)
Story
My favorite memory involves going to a flea market and finding a piece of furniture I wanted to buy. I realized I'd have to haul it home myself, and wondered if the Element would have enough room for it. I was able to take the back seats out and the piece of furniture fit perfectly, with room to spare! I felt so independent.
Pros
I like that I can remove the back seats to create more space. I also like that I can turn the seats into beds. I enjoy being able to wipe out the interior of my car because it is just plastic. I like being up high on the road in this vehicle-it makes me feel safe. I like that this car is essentially an SUV, yet half the cost. I enjoy knowing this car has lots of room, yet it doesn't take up a lot of space in a parking lot. The car is fairly simple to maintain. It is a no-nonsense car. I like knowing my car is able to haul a trailer if necessary. It is also able to seat about four people ve... (more)
Cons
Replacing the tires on the Element can get expensive. The car doesn't get wonderful gas mileage either. The interior cabin of the car is utilitarian, so it doesn't feel very fancy on the inside at all. I have had trouble keeping my rear plastic bumper on, and feel it should have been designed better. The interior is fairly wide open, so if you purchase groceries you'll need some sort of rig to keep all the bags in place, otherwise they will roll around everywhere. Also, the doors on the Element are very big and heavy. They swing out rather quickly, and if you're not careful you might knock... (more)

2008 Honda Element - Beautiful Box

Phillip C
San Diego, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
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.

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