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2004 Honda Element EX AWD 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 4A)
Ive had my Element for three months,
and already 10,000 miles. This vehicle
is terrific in every sense of the
word. After four Accords since 1987
and over a million miles on them I
again put my trust in them and this car
is perfect. Ive camped in in four
times been to the Indy 500, MIS races
with one more to go and its just the
best. Great fuel milage great ride and
no not the noise that I have read
about. I drive it over a hundred miles
a day to work and back on the freeway
and it doesnt skip a beat. And of
course my 17 year old has to drive it
just to "show off". Although there is
nothing wrong with her Civic. Honda
has another winner here.
The color (orange) the room and the way I can camp out in it.
2004 Honda Element DX AWD 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 5M)
I am a 60 year old woman and lOVE my
Element! We drive it to our mountain
home, 175 miles away, EVERY weekend.
The only thing I hate about it is that
there is no arm rest on the passenger
side. What nimcoompe designed it that
An armrest on the passenger side
2004 Honda Element EX Fwd 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 4A)
HONESTLY I HAVE A LOT OF THINGS TO SAY
ABOUT THIS GREAT VEHICLE, IS VERY
COMFORTABLE TO TRAVEL, VERY SPACIOUS,
AND EXCELLENT DRIVING ON HIGHWAY.
THE INTERIOR IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND BIG EVEN FOR THE REAR PASSENGERS.
PROBABLY A V6 ENGINE WOULD BE GREAT AND A WHITE COLOR. OTHER THING, IF YOU CAN MODIFY THE SEAT BELT POSITION IN THE SIT NOT IN THE DOOR AND IF THEY CAN HIGHER THE ALTITUDE FROM THE FLOOR TO THE VEHICLE
2004 Honda Element EX Fwd 4dr SUV w/Side Airbags (2.4L 4cyl 5M)
I have had my Element for ten months
now. It is the most functional vehicle
i have ever owned. there are only a
few things that can be improved upon.
The suicide doors while being
essential to the function of this
truck pose a problem for back seat
passengers. The front seatbelt must be
unbuckled and the front door opened
before the back seat passenger can
enter or exit. Also, the windows
barely open at all in the back seat.
For this reason I would recommend the
vehicle to someone who only carries
passengers occasionally. For an active
lifestyle the Element cannot be beat.
Turns on a dime. Fun to drive. No carpet. Great sound system. Big car feel.
Mount front seat belt to front door. Windows that open wider in back seat.
2004 Honda Element EX AWD 4dr SUV w/Side Airbags (2.4L 4cyl 5M)
It has a lot of power for only having
such a small engine. The room inside
is great for the passengers, but it
would be great if it was about 6
inches longer in the back. I am
suprised that their is not a hybrid
Element on the drawing board or one
with a V6.
Snappy response. Passenger room is awesome!
Six inches more room behind the back seat, and a Hybrid version that gets 35 to 40 MPG in town and 33 to 36 on the hiway!