2011 Honda Element SC Review

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The all-new 2011 Honda Element SC was first introduced for model year 2003, and has since blazed the trail for a boxy brotherhood that now includes the Scion xB, Nissan Cube, and Ford Flex. You shouldn't expect for this next generation Element to being offering a V6 engine. The car is equipped with a four-cylinder with more horsepower than before, better fuel economy, and the choice between front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.

Since the Element came out in 2003, demand has steadily declined each year since. Partly, this is due to an aging novelty act. The 2011 SC has kept its Swiss-army-knife versatility of seats that fold, stow, or remove to create everything from a double bed mini camper to a two seat delivery van. It again also offers USB iPod connectivity, a navigation system, and a woofer-thumping audio system. Element has always teamed long front doors with narrow rear doors. The Element SC is still one great car to choose.

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