2009 Honda Element

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The 2009 Honda Element is updated with new exterior styling and a refreshed interior. Changes include a new grille, new bumpers, restyled front fenders that are now metal rather than composite material, new hood design, squared wheel arches, new ...
The 2009 Honda Element is updated with new exterior styling and a refreshed interior. Changes include a new grille, new bumpers, restyled front fenders that are now metal rather than composite material, new hood design, squared wheel arches, new headlights and new taillights. Inside the changes include brighter color schemes with titanium-look trim, new fabric patterns, updated switches and new instrument graphics. A new low center console is standard on Element LX while the EX adds a new convertible center console with a removable cooler/storage box. Both EX and SC include a modular 3-compartment overhead console based on the Railport Vehicle Personalization System. Available new features for EX and SC include the Honda Satellite-linked Navigation System with Voice Activation and a rearview camera and USB digital media connectivity.
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Quick Facts
  • Engine: 166 horsepower
  • Seating: 4 passengers
  • Driving Range: 286 - 398 miles
  • Drive: All-Wheel Drive; Front-Wheel Drive
  • Cargo Capacity: 25.1 cu. ft.
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  • Styling9.7
  • Performance9.5
  • Interior8.9
  • Quality9.9
  • Recommendation9.7
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  • Styling10
  • Performance10
  • Interior7.0
  • Quality9.0
  • Recommendation10
Element vs Grand Cherokee by Hyundai! Ok, why not give it a try. on 09/02/2009. Trim: 2009 Honda Element LX 2WD 5-Spd AT, Owned less than 1 year.
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Pros: All my neighbors noticed it and next door even want to buy exactly the same color and package. Need to say more. :) Great for out doorsy nephews, and snail-slow Grandma. Hahahaa
Cons: Not as comfortable as my previous cars but hey Element cost 1/2 of those in comparison. I bought a $32 cooler in Walmart as my center elbow rest. Navigation is great for me but not with the cost, my Laptop would do the same with 14" screen, besides it's distracting and confusing Grandma.
Overall review: I was torn between Scion Xb and Element for years and finally I took President Obama's offer and turned in my clunker '98 Grand Cherokee SE 4x4 for Element. Though not as powerful, can't swim in deep water, nor able to run on I-95 during Katrina as the Jeep GC, Element feels secured, a bit spacier, and lighter some how. 5 speed transmission can be a bit noisy along with road noise but it does have a good pick up at red light. Xb has the same road noise and feels the same to me during test drive. It is the height and better view on road that draws me towards Element. Don't under estimate Jeep, I traded in with 172,982 miles with 16-17mpg, very quiet and smooth engine/transmission till its last day, never repair. My last Japan 40%/60% USA made Civic did not do the same. So I hope Element would do well.
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