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This is not a concept car - the new 2012 Honda Element is real and it's taking over. Swing open the Element's doors, and you'll notice something different - unobstructed space. That's because the Element was designed without conventional b-pillars to maximize efficiency and functionality for those drivers who need both. You can see this design note in the Element picture above, but we'll tell you more about it in our Element review here. With that in mind, read on for all of the latest Element information, or for information about available Element accessories in your area. Thanks!
You'll read it in every 2012 Honda Element review - the vehicle's 2.4- liter i-VTEC engine pumps out 160 horses and is second to none in the SUV class. With statistics like these, the Element SUV produces enough muscle to get you virtually anywhere you want to be. And when you need to haul some extra gear, you can count on plenty of torque and a 1,500-pound towing capacity.
Tricky terrain is no problem with available Real Time 4-wheel drive. This sophisticated system senses wheel slippage and automatically sends power to the rear wheels. What's more, the unit-body construction provides bending and twisting resistance and promotes a quiet, smooth ride, even on dirt roads. Last but not least, Honda Progressive Valve shock absorbers use low-pressure gas and heavy-duty, high-density compression bushings to smoothly absorb small vibrations and firmly control larger movements for a more comfortable ride. Thanks to technology like this, Element performance is second to none.
As you can see from the Element picture above, the Element was built to withstand the rigors of rugged, action-packed lifestyles. Its clamshell tailgate and center-opening cargo doors make for easy loading. A removable skylight comes standard with the four-wheel-drive models, for stargazing or changing wetsuits. And don't be afraid to play rough-composite body panels hold back scratches, scrapes and dings. The Element SUV is as tough on the inside as it is on the outside, with standard features such as:
Finally, with a bunch of 2012 Honda Element accessories, such as roof-mounted fog lights and gear boxes, the car offers something for everyone.
Safety is the final component to the Element experience. The car boasts strong vertical beams that form a unique and seriously tough passenger compartment. Inside, more conventional safety features include:
We hope you've enjoyed our 2012 Honda Element SUV review. As we continue to receive additional information about this new vehicle, we'll add it to our Website, so please check back frequently.