2011 Honda Element
Review, Prices, Comparisons, Pictures
The 2011 Honda Element comes in two trim levels. Both trim levels comes with a choice between a 5-speed manual transmission and an automatic transmission, and a choice of either front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. The trim levels are:
- Power windows and door locks
- Heater ducts for rear seats
- Air conditioning with micron filtration
- AM/FM 120 watt audio system with four speakers and CD player
EX (LX features, plus)
- 16" alloy wheels
- Anti-lock brakes
- Cruise control
- Power mirrors
- Waterproof front and rear seats
- 270 watt audio system with seven speakers (with a subwoofer), including both an MP3 Auxiliary jack and the capability to add XM Radio
Each of the rear seats in all models can be folded up or removed in so many various ways that you'll lose count of the possible configurations (it's 64).
Standard on all models of the 2011 Honda Element is a urethane-coated waterproof floor throughout, both front and back, that resists scratches and dirt, provides for easy loading of cargo, and is quickly cleanable. Also standard are the rear doors and the clamgate rear tailgate, all of which open wide to accept cargo. All models have a towing capacity of 1500 pounds.
4WD models have a large removable rear skylight that can be stored inside the vehicle.
Always known as a pet-friendly vehicle, you can get a Dog Friendly Element accessory package for the 2011 Honda Element.
The 2011 Honda Element is an affordable option for those drivers looking for a utility vehicle with both flexible seating arrangements and cargo space, at a reasonable price. Adding on the option for four-wheel drive makes this vehicle an even better choice.