2011 Honda Element Values

Select a 2011 Honda Element trim level

2011 model year changes

Honda drops the Element SC model for 2011. Royal Blue Pearl paint is no longer available; neither is the factory navigation.

Competitive comparison

Practical cargo utility; updated stylish exterior; easy-access interior and controls

Special features for 2011

Based on the CR-V platform, the versatile 2010 Honda Element is well-suited for people who carry gear for outdoor activities as well as dog-owners. Its compact overall dimensions, good maneuverability and tall driving position make it a great urban vehicle. With plenty of standard safety equipment and a low base price, the Element makes a good value proposition.
Well-identified for its box-like shape since introduction in late 2002 as a 2003 model year vehicle, the Honda Element enters 2011 with the same capabilities for cargo hauling and adventure traveling. Offered in the LX, EX and racier SC trim levels, the 2011 Honda Element presents maximum cargo room of 74.6 cubic feet or spacious seating for 4 passengers. Entering through the vehicle's unique side entrance doors, all 2011 Elements are equipped with power windows and locks, air conditioning, urethane-coated cabin floor as well as electronic stability control. 2011 Honda Element EX models adds overhead storage as well as a 270-watt, 7-speaker stereo system with MP3 playback and XM Radio. Dropped by 0.7 inches in ground clearance, the 2011 Element SC model unique items also includes 18-inch alloy wheels. Good for 166 horsepower to either front-wheel or four-wheel drive configurations, a 2.4 liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine paired with a five-speed automatic supplies minimum average fuel economy of 21 miles per gallon.