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    2007 Honda ElementReview
    lynne0825 writes:
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    What it is missing is me Driving it home and where ever I want to go.

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

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    Deloise writes:
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    This is a reliable car never lets u down.Im waiting on the 2021 to come out Im buying another one

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    Guru6GGB3 writes:
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    Vehicle is reliable and very spacious; AWD package allows towing for outdoor activates. Honda supports urban living and DIY maintenance opportunities

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    2007 Honda Element EX AWDReview
    Dave writes:
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    Our 2nd Element...says A Lot. — This is our 2nd Element...love the toaster. Roomy. Great for hauling stuff including your bike that fits standing up inside. Great for car camping as you can get a full size air mattress back there. Honda brakes are always suspect to me. These were replaced by the dealer at 34K miles. Well see how they fare. Fuel mileage is okay. We average about 22mpg with our other Element. Power is average. Youre not going to pass a lot of people at the stoplight. The TPMS light is a pain in the rear end if you use your own set of winter wheels and tires. UPDATE. The rear calipers were sticking and basically wore out the pads. I ordered new rotors, ceramic pads and calipers online and had a mechanic install them. Excellent now.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: This is our 2nd Element...love the toaster. Roomy. Great for hauling stuff including your bike that fits standing up inside. Great for car camping as you can get a full size air mattress back there.

    Cons: Honda brakes are always suspect to me. These were replaced by the dealer at 34K miles. Well see how they fare. Fuel mileage is okay. We average about 22mpg with our other Element. Power is average.

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    2007 Honda Element SCReview
    Steve writes:
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    Rootbeer Metallic — Great for the road, 4cyl I-Vtec, 07 model unique in its class. The first SC to be produced. It should have been called a Limited. Cargo space, space and more space! Rear seats are removable like most Elements, Fabric easy to clean, Bucket seating and Shuttle window views all around. Great for the road, not so much off road. Hold their market value well. We regret selling our SC.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: the 2007 Element SC was about street custom (sc) unlike the prior year models. The headlamps also featured the halo halogen, and 2007 SC is the only Element year to carry that style of headlamps. The interior upholstery was customized, with some sort of tribal pattern. The gauges, and the Shifter were positioned the same as our 2003 EX-P. It still comes with lots, lots of interior space. Rear seats level horizontally, which our kids  liked to lay flat, on long trips.

    Cons: Seats a family of 4, comfortably.(only) (SC) is not all terrain, tires wheels for the road. comes in FWD only. no AWD option.

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    2007 Honda Element EXReview
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    Great Reliable Car For Active Lifestyle — I've had this car for seven years and it still has lots of life left in it. The Element is super reliable and is capable of performing just about any task you ask it to do. Great car for a young active lifestyle and can anything that young children can dish out.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Cute, fun, and versatile. The Honda Element is not a fancy car, but can do just about anything a young active person could want to do. Great for commuting or going camping on the weekend, its feisty four cylinder engine produces surprising acceleration and performs well on suburban streets as well as the highway. The Element handles great, has a small wheelbase and is very responsive to the driver.
    A generous backseat with fold up seats offers a surprising amount of cargo area when needed.
    SInce its a Honda, reliability is off the charts. Not one mechanical issue with the car in over 7 years.

    Cons: Interior is not fancy, rubber floor is very practical for an active lifestyle but isn't very stylish. Seats are firm and not over comfortable for long road trips over five or more hours.

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    2007 Honda Element SCReview
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    Do It! You Won't Regret It! Ever! — This is the Swiss Army knife of the small SUV's. The SC suspension & cab upgrade were well worth it. Seperates it from the normal looking Elements! Handles like a Civic, enough engine to get you anywhere in a hurry! Rowing thru the gears on the 5sp can get you into or out of trouble in a flash. I upgraded the brakes with and crossdrilled and slotted EBC's & Eibachs made this epic! The awesomeness of the transformer back seats can't be matched. Two 6 footers, 200lb'ers sit in the back no problems. It puts the FUN in functional! If the SC came in AWD I'd keep it forever!

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: I've had a lot a cars. Sports cars, Classics, so far it ranks the highest.  Most usable fun car you can own!

    Cons: A pillars are huge & wind noise gets ugly high in 5th gear!  Not so great in the snow.

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    2007 Honda Element SCReview
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    Good Utility Vehicle — lots of room inside with a small exterior size. Fits 4 large people comfortably and is very dependable. Lives up to what you would expect from a Honda as far as build quality, fit and feel as well as drive quality

    Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

    Pros: Decent gas mileage, good compromise between a car and a truck, holds a lot of stuff, great interior room

    Cons: rides a little firm

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    2007 Honda Element EX AWDReview
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    My Box On Wheels For All The Outdoor Gear Schnard — A great, reliable vehicle for hauling around all of my sports paraphernalia (bikes, skis, fishing poles, ...) that gets great mileage. She does feel a bit tippy at times, but sure-footed in the snow and rain. People think that I have my head hanging out the window when talking on the mobile:)

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Great fuel economy, incredible cargo capacity for bikes, skis, etc.

    Cons: A bit noisy inside due to all the plastic.

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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

    2006 Honda Element Reviews

    Review By B

    Easy and versatile great gas mileage unique fun good for short trips and long trips to bucket seats moonroof usually surround windows 2 downsides there’s a blindside spot and when it’s windy the c... Read More

    Review By Guru9T18SH

    piece of plastic by the front mirror was coming off , torn driver seat , misc. stains Read More

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