** The Honda Element came with 2.4-liter 4-Cylinder, not a 2.5-Liter as listed in the video graphics, thank you, Julian Lorne, for pointing out this error. **

The 2003 thru 2008 Honda Element had relatively good crashworthiness and generally favorable ratings for Quality, Performance, and dependability. This generation of the Elements is powered by a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces 166 hp at 5500 rpm and 161 lb.-ft. of torque at 4000 rpm. Honda offers the Element with a choice of 5-speed manual or 5-speed automatic transmission. Those factors help make the 2003 to 2008 Honda Element a strong consideration for buyers.

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21 Comments

Julian Lorne

June 22, 2020

Its a 2.4L not a 2.5 lol

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Action Bastard

June 22, 2020

Now if they redesigned this with an optional V6 and a turbo…

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Pete Nation

June 22, 2020

I have an 04 Element, all wheel drive.
It’s been all over the US and has 320,000 on the original motor and trans.
Replaced starter, alternator, battery, radiator. Ball joints squeak but everything is running great. AC freezes you out , Hester cooks you alive!
Amazing vehicle , I’ll get 400,000 easy!

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relicsun

June 22, 2020

It’s a 2.4 not 2.5 liter engine.

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alzaraza

June 22, 2020

I've been trying to get one from some quite time ago but every one of them it's already 180k or above even the recent models have high mileage. Hope to find a reasonable one.

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Austin T.

June 22, 2020

I just inherited one. According to the VIN, it was the 17th one made. 209,xxx miles and still going strong. I have an entire extension ladder in it right now, and thanks the the way the seat fold all those different ways, I was able to fit it in there, and still close the tailgate and hatch

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sillyjo

June 22, 2020

Looking to buy one if anyone sees this comment!

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Kevin Kracht

June 22, 2020

This vehicle has the mythical K25 motor? Must be a true Unicorn.

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StraightOuttaCrofton

June 22, 2020

i had a 2006 with side airbags

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jerry caughron

June 22, 2020

Excellent analysis!

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Roger Sajak

June 22, 2020

The Honda Element is all wheel drive, not 4 wheel drive like the video stated

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StraightOuttaCrofton

June 22, 2020

best…. vehicle…. EVER (not the one shown but the Element in general – particularly the EX / EX-P)

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Mark Soldiers

June 22, 2020

I have a 2004 Honda Element. I purchased it new and it now has 200,7000 miles on the odometer. Most importantly, for the last ten years I have not had to make monthly car payments.

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raven scott

June 22, 2020

throw a boyfriend in the back, or lots of puppies

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Pete Kessler

June 22, 2020

I bought my '06 EX (5spd) brand new. Since then, I've rolled 305,000 miles. Have replaced starter, alternator, clutch (the clutch itself was like new, but a few springs on the pressure plate let go) and other sundry items. It's still a blast to drive after 12 years, still rides well on the original springs / struts, and is excellent in the snow.

My "E" is, by far, the most dependable vehicle I have ever owned. I was furious when Honda discontinued it. I would've been on my third or fourth "E" by now.

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clusterguard

June 22, 2020

a true pity the Element was discontinued.

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Liz Phoenix

June 22, 2020

What they don't tell you is that the starter is a bitch to get to lol. Still, I love mine!!

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Randy Huggins

June 22, 2020

got a 06 4wd love it been on thousands of miles of dirt in AZ NM UT and CO gonna run it until the wheels fall of

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Jim Fleming

June 22, 2020

I purchased my Element in 2004. It has been garaged the entire time and used to be my daily commuter. It currently has 241,000 miles and just gets driven on the weekends. Over the 14 years that I've had it, the radio has been upgraded 5 times. I've had many people comment on it, they say it still looks like new! Being a Honda, you do the regular maintenance and it will last for many more years…

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Hurricane Floyd

June 22, 2020

The specification are all out of whack with the engine displacement, side airbag availability and ABS availability. This is a bullshit review that has had no research done for it.

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Chris Broughton

June 22, 2020

Nope, it’s a 2.4L K24, not a 2.5l.

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