2011 Honda Element
88,818 Miles | Renton, WA
$18,227
Est $263/mo

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2011 Honda Element
133,479 Miles | Pleasanton, TX
$10,484
Est $151/mo

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2011 Honda Element
94,842 Miles | Fullerton, CA
$15,981
Est $230/mo

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2011 Honda Element
62,022 Miles | Fullerton, CA
$19,991
Est $288/mo

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2011 Honda Element
84,655 Miles | Ocala, FL
$15,894
Est $229/mo

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2011 Honda Element
126,317 Miles | Edmonds, WA
$15,990
Est $230/mo

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2011 Honda Element
142,583 Miles | Greenville, TX
$8,499
Est $123/mo

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2011 Honda Element
72,549 Miles | Orlando, FL
$14,795
Est $213/mo

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2011 Honda Element
104,958 Miles | Palo Alto, CA
$12,992
Est $187/mo

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2011 Honda Element
101,764 Miles | Houston, TX
$12,995
Est $187/mo

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2011 Honda Element
136,101 Miles | Madison, WI
$9,995
Est $144/mo

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2011 Honda Element
111,000 Miles | Reading, PA
$12,290
Est $177/mo

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2011 Honda Element
113,341 Miles | Manhasset, NY
$10,994
Est $158/mo

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2011 Honda Element
131,629 Miles | Anaheim, CA
$10,995
Est $158/mo

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2011 Honda Element
97,289 Miles | Winchester, VA
$14,495
Est $209/mo

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2011 Honda Element
100,100 Miles | Huntington Beach, CA
$14,884
Est $215/mo

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2011 Honda Element
95,987 Miles | New Rochelle, NY
$12,935
Est $186/mo

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2011 Honda Element
12,992 Miles | Castro Valley, CA
$17,999
Est $259/mo

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2011 Honda Element
150,069 Miles | Rutland, VT
$11,090
Est $160/mo

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2011 Honda Element
128,435 Miles | Twinsburg, OH
$9,950
Est $143/mo

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2011 Honda Element Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0

2011 Honda Element Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 Honda Element - The smallest big car

RH
Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I love this car. It's a master of storage space and it's tough. I went car shopping to specifically find the smallest car I could fit my instrument into. And with the backseats folded up I have fit an entire 5-octave marimba (broken down) into the back with enough room to spare for my dog to be there too. The best it's done was fitting two fully set up vibraphones in the back. It looked like a clown car when we unloaded. And when I was in a small fender-bender, I got a tiny dent in my rear bumper and the other car had its front corner crushed. It is a loud car though, sometimes engine noise gets really annoying, but with the auxiliary connection there are always ways to drown it out. It can also be a little slow to accelerate so watch out for short on ramps because you won't pick up as... (more)
Story
My African Drum and Dance group is based just north of Los Angeles and we had a gig just south of Los Angeles. That's a long drive so most of us carpooled. But we also had to bring our drums. So I volunteered my car to bring the drums because the other guy with the SUV could fit more people in his car. I put the back seats up and fit the four largest drums (the biggest one was almost too long)... (more)
Pros
Mega storage. Seats fold up or completely come out with ease. Low maintenance. Replaced original, 5-yr-old battery. That's it. Easy to clean. Short nose makes parking easier.
Cons
Engine noise. Slow acceleration. Rear doors can be inconvenient. Only 4 seats.

2011 Honda Element - Lots of Space

RRH
Los Angeles, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
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.

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