At a Glance
|Pricing||$20,825 - $24,185|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
|Fuel Economy||19-20 (city), 24-25 (highway)|
The uniquely styled Element was originally pitched as a type of backpack for young active males. Many buyers have found that the Element offers sensible all-wheel-drive utility for suburban duty. The orginal matte-finish composite fenders are no longer offered. The interior features spill-proof surfaces. The doors provide good access to the back, but are tricky to operate in parking spaces. Only 2 passengers can sit in the rear seat, but they will enjoy almost limousine-like leg room.
The SC model has been dropped.
The 2011 Honda Element SUV stands ready for adventure with its wide-opening side cargo doors, a wipe-down utility floor and a multitude of seating configurations that range from lounge mode to maximum cargo mode. The purposeful interior offers a low load-in floor with flat surfaces along with a tall interior ideal for hauling many types of gear. The interior provides seating for four people along with a cargo area that quickly adapts to large items with...Read.
|Element LX||2.4l I4 (166-bhp)||A5||FWD||20/25/22||$20,825|
|Element LX||2.4l I4 (166-bhp)||A5||AWD||19/24/21||$22,075|
|Element EX||2.4l I4 (166-bhp)||A5||FWD||20/25/22||$22,935|
|Element EX||2.4l I4 (166-bhp)||A5||AWD||19/24/21||$24,185|