2003 Honda Element
The Element is Hondas trendy compact-size SUV. Styled on the CR-V, Element revs it up a notch in size and design. Interior volume of the... Read More
The Element is Hondas trendy compact-size SUV. Styled on the CR-V, Element revs it up a notch in size and design. Interior volume of the 2003 Honda Element is 103.6 cubic-feet, seating 4 people with plenty of elbow-ease. The upbeat styling of the 2003 Honda Element, inside and out, challenges many traditional concepts of automobiles. Minimize
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51 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Jan 25, 2003
ELEMENT -ary, My Dear Honda!
Pros: fun new design, versatile, fun to drive, roomy
Cons: limited standard equipment, only seats four
Honda's kicky new design is aimed at Generation Y, but Boomers love it too. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 9, 2005
Complete list of pro's & con's for this fantastic SUV
Pros: Usable Space, easy cleaning, fun design, decent mpg, sporty handling.
Cons: Blind spots, headlights blink, seats move, cheap-feeling interior.
If you want a highly reliable, highly functional and highly flexible vehicle that wont break the bank, you cant do better than the Honda Element. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 20, 2004
Best Affordable Car on the Market
Pros: Fun! Tight turning radius. Highly practical. Turns heads. Very roomy.
Cons: Um, er, well ... it wasn't free.
It's quite simply the best affordable car on the market today. No question. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 1, 2003
Yeah, it's ugly, but then again, you're reading this review!
Pros: Fun, unique styling, functional interior, great ride, MP3 jack (EX), nice stock radio (EX)
Cons: Rear windows don't roll down, no standard remote keyless entry, side airbags are not standard
A confident, functional, and gutsy car that blows away the cookie cutter design. A gem in the rough, and a true value among dull, overpriced heaps of SUV metal. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 17, 2003
An Elementary SUV
Pros: It's a Honda. High in sport, higher in utility.
Cons: It's a Honda. Few options and color choices. Options overpriced.
An economical, inexpensive SUV that is both fun and functional. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 4, 2003
The Element is a fun-tastic vehicle!
Pros: Tons of interior space; fuel efficient and fun to drive.
Cons: No front sunroof.
I'd buy it again...I recommend a test drive! Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 25, 2003
Shake, Rattle and Roll....?
Pros: Great fun to drive. Unique styling, versatile utility. Made by Honda
Cons: Expensive accessories, a little spartan
A true utility vehicle and has great versatility. It's appearance is odd but makes sense when you get to know it, and it's fun and engaging to drive. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 26, 2003
Honda Element EX 4WD - A Fun Ride
Pros: Different Look, Roomy Back Seats, Good Price, Utility (room for junk), Mileage vs. other SUVs
Cons: Only 4 seats, Creature Comforts/Not Extras, Some Add-ons should be standard
I love mine so far - Fun to drive, Great utility & value. Not for those needing more than 4 seats or afraid to be different. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 21, 2007
Best car I've ever owned!
Pros: reliability, versatility, ease of cleaning, fuel mileage, low-emissions, cargo space, comfort, leg room.
Cons: blind spot
I would highly recommend it- it's a well-built, reliable, somewhat eco-concious, comfortable and versatile SUV. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 15, 2006
The Amazing Element!!
Pros: Versatile, Roomy/Spacious, Comfortable, Unique, Washable Interior, Controls Easy to access & FUN!
Cons: no bungee loops on passenger seat back. No inside tailgate release.
Looking for a truck that is a passenger car, that is reliable, has decent mpg, versatile and FUN!?! Get an Element! Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 19, 2003
A Great Alternative to a Bland SUV
Pros: Distinctive Styling, Great Cargo Capacity, Price, Honda Reliability!!
Cons: Seating for only 4
Besides the goofy design of rear seats and the fact that this SUV only seats 4, I recommend looking into the Honda Element. Read More at Epinions.com