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2005 Honda ElementReview
Marianne writes:
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They are discontinued so to fix them will be a problem and they got way way over priced for the years n mileages.

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johnnie writes:
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Nice suv however it was manuel transmission. I needed a automatic

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James writes:
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Love the way the car look also MDX and the Honda CRV

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kapkar61 writes:
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The solidness of the Element is substantial. It takes on hills and hairpin turns in all weather for my commute and doesnt miss a beat. Love the ease of back seats placement to on sides or easy removal. The cargo space is essential to me so big cudos.

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lashon writes:
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Car is in excellent shape! Hope to buy another one soon!

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Roger writes:
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This is just what Im looking for, however, the price needs to be significantly lower.

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2005 Honda Element EX AWDReview
Jackofl writes:
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Versitile — Upgraded from a Civic to this car. Great all around car. Can stop on the fly at garage sales and pick up furniture. Seats fold up toward the window or you can take them completed out. Great car to drive.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Reliable and excellent cargo capacity.
my friends loved the rear stadium seats

Cons: Steering was a bit tight.  Not too much power.

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2005 Honda Element EXReview
Roderick writes:
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Flexible, Unique, Reliable, Spacious, Easy To Clean — Like utility and ease of holding things. Floor board is flat and seats lift up off the floor for storage. easy to drop a seat for third person when needed or fourth person. Lots of storage under rear seats and in center console. Lot of storage pockets. Wet proof seats. Can wash out the floor as there is no carpet. Easy to clean.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: utility

Cons: rear camber tends to be off and must add camber kit to fix it at $400 installed, mine has this now.

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My Element — This is an entry suv kind of Honda. It does what I need it for, which is some hauling and space. I like the style a lot and reliability has been much better than my previous xb. Handling and gas economy is also a plus.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Good all around.

Cons: Stereo could be better.

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Truly An All-purpose, Simple Utility Vehicle — Folding the rear seats up takes 5 seconds. Once folded up, there's a wealth of space, and it's FLAT. I've put so much in this vehicle: bicycles (without removing seats or front wheels), snow blower, full-size refrigerator, 4x10 sheets of drywall, concrete mixer, 7' Christmas tree, 20 bags of ready -mix concrete... list keeps going and going.

Pros: Tons of cargo space. Lots of utility. Easy to clean. Fenders won't ever rust. Maintenance cost is super, super low & reliability extremely high.

Cons: MPG isn't stellar. It's a little weak in power.

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Reviews From Other Years

2011 Honda Element Reviews

Review By Steven

Utilitarian features: rubber flooring, fold up or removable rear seats, rear area can hold almost anything! Plus I love the boxy design and suicide doors! Wish Honda would start making it again! Read More

Review By Guru9D97MX

Exceptional , no comparison ,there’s no other car that has that too Read More

2010 Honda Element Reviews

Review By Guru9CX5KW

Except for being under-powered, Element is great car. Most for sale have 150,000 miles or more on them. This one is priced more like a Porsche than a Honda. Read More

Review By ggogan

I like the washable floor -camping option - 4w drive Read More

2009 Honda Element Reviews

Love This Car And Will Never Get Rid Of It! By chrlewis75

Very versitle and can do everything that I need with it. Lots of room on the inside and easy to clean because there are no carpets. Perfect for those who have pets. Rear seats can be removed and yo... Read More

Element By Zach

i love that it was standard. the quality was awesome. the performance was speechless and the car was over all great. the cost of the owner ship was $200. this car was fun to drive this car is AWE... Read More

2008 Honda Element Reviews

Review By Justin

Facts were right overall. The details of body damage was great. Read More

Review By Guru9BW3T9

There is body damage on all four sides of the car. When I mentioned that to the salesperson, she said she couldn’t see it. The car is way overpriced for needing significant bodywork . Read More

2007 Honda Element Reviews

Review By lynne0825

What it is missing is me Driving it home and where ever I want to go. Read More

Review By brian

great over all car, but sometimes it is over rated or people that own them are asking unreasonable values on them.. Read More

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