The well-designed Honda Element is a compact SUV that provides utility in addition to spacious comfort. With its distinctive look and practical uses, owners will note that any edition of this vehicle functions well in cities and is great for trips.
With its unique utility style, the Honda Element was introduced as an SUV that can compete for a younger crowd. It's differentiated by its passenger accessibility and high customizability. With all-wheel drive (AWD), the vehicle is prepared for any occasion. Honda's reputation for reliability ensures that 2011 models, the last version, will remain durable and usable for years to come.
With its smooth four-cylinder engine and coordinated handling, the Honda Element will be well-appreciated for its small size for a compact crossover SUV. Its all-wheel drive fits perfectly for driving in cities and weekend trips to the beach, and its roominess for the driver and passenger ensures a comfortable driving experience all-around.
The Element will be valuable to any car buyer with its functional interior and handling in addition to Honda's reputation of reliability. That said, newer models will come with more power and features, so it may be more valuable to look at more recent editions.
The Honda Element remains distinctive and practical for urban driving with a generous cargo capacity. With rear doors that pivot backward, the rear seats are configurable and roomy to suit all comfort needs and driver utility. The cargo area is lined with hard plastic instead of carpeting, and the rear seats can be folded flat and flipped up to give drivers more storage space if necessary.