2006 Honda Element

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$17,750 - $21,525
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Engine Engine 2.4LI-4
MPG MPG 21 City / 25 Hwy
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2006 Element Overview

The Honda Element is a versatile box on wheels, combining unique and practical features with utilitarian chic.

Honda designed the Element for young adventurers who need to haul wet or messy gear, but with the security of an enclosed cargo area.The Element combines those practical considerations with car-like performance and economy.

Its durable, scratch-resistant interior is a big part of the charm here.The seats are designed to get wet and the back seats can be easily removed, serving up a huge cargo area.Loading and unloading gear curbside is aided by the Element's low step-in height.These features also make the Element a good dog car.Canines can easily walk in through one of the side doors, the interior is dog friendly, and there's not much to damage or stain.

In spite of its utilitarian appearance, the Element drives more like a car than a truck, and it's built with components from the Honda Civic.

Honda introduced the Element as a 2003 model and there haven't been a lot of changes since, but the 2006 Element features a host of equipment changes and adds a new trim level called the EX-P.
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2006 Element Overview

The Honda Element is a versatile box on wheels, combining unique and practical features with utilitarian chic.

Honda designed the Element for young adventurers who need to haul wet or messy gear, but with the security of an enclosed cargo area.The Element combines those practical considerations with car-like performance and economy.

Its durable, scratch-resistant interior is a big part of the charm here.The seats are designed to get wet and the back seats can be easily removed, serving up a huge cargo area.Loading and unloading gear curbside is aided by the Element's low step-in height.These features also make the Element a good dog car.Canines can easily walk in through one of the side doors, the interior is dog friendly, and there's not much to damage or stain.

In spite of its utilitarian appearance, the Element drives more like a car than a truck, and it's built with components from the Honda Civic.

Honda introduced the Element as a 2003 model and there haven't been a lot of changes since, but the 2006 Element features a host of equipment changes and adds a new trim level called the EX-P.Hide Full Review