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   The Honda Element is a five door crossover vehicle. The boxy Element offers spacious accommodations and a lot of cargo space. The Element is powered by a 166-horsepower four-cylinder engine, which most reviewers said feels plenty powerful for daily driving.  The Element has a standard 2.4 liter cylinder engine that produces 160 horsepower. The Element engine is strong enough for a 1,500 pound tow rating. A five speed manual transmission and front wheel drive are standard. A four speed automatic and all wheel drive are optional


The Element comes standard with water-resistant front-seat fabric and a four-speaker CD stereo. First off the suicide doors make it super easy to load things. The unique design of the rear seats made the interior unbelievably flexible. The seats could be folded completely flat, meaning you could use one as a sort of couch when parked. The rear seats were also designed to swing up and out of the way, giving you an absurd amount of floor space for cargo. Tshey also included a ventilation fan for the rear.


       Honda Element's engine is competent, but not exuberant. The SUV's sole powerplant is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder that makes 166 horsepower. Honda's variable valve timing, called i-VTEC, is intended to reduce vehicle emissions and increase engine efficiency and gas mile. Honda's i-VTEC technology seems to work well. The front-wheel drive 2009 Element should achieve 20/25 mpg city/highway with an automatic transmission and 18/23 city/highway with a manual. The all-wheel drive model rates at 19/24 city/highway with the automatic and 18/23 city/highway with a manual. Test drivers give backhanded compliments to the Element's chassis. The consensus seems to show the SUV rides well but is sometimes hurt by its distinctively boxy design.

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