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2010 Honda Element Colors

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Honda Element

Motor vehicle

Motor vehicle

Honda Element (YH1/2)
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ManufacturerHonda
ProductionDecember 2002 – April 2011
Model years2003–2011
AssemblyUnited States: East Liberty, Ohio (ELAP)
DesignerJohn Andrew Frye (2000)[1]
ClassCompact crossover SUV
Body style5-door SUV
Layout
Related
Engine
  • 2.4 L K24A4I4 (2003–2006)
  • 2.4 L K24A8 I4 (2007–2011)
Transmission
  • 5-speed manual (2003-2009)
  • 4-speed automatic (2003-2006)
  • 5-speed automatic (2007-2011)
Wheelbase2,576 mm (101.4 in)
Length
  • 4,300 mm (169.3 in) (2003–2008)
  • 4,315 mm (169.9 in) (2009–2011)
Width1,829 mm (72.0 in) (2003–2008)
Height
  • 1,788 mm (70.4 in)
  • 1,765 mm (69.5 in) (SC)
Curb weight1,510–1,652 kg (3,330–3,641 lb) [2][3]
SuccessorHonda HR-V (second generation)

The Honda Element is a compact crossover SUV manufactured by Honda and marketed in North America over a single generation for model years 2003-2011 — noted for its boxy exterior styling with bi-parting side doors and its boxy, flexible interior layout.

Manufactured in East Liberty, Ohio, the Element used a modified second generation CR-Vplatform with front-wheel or all-wheel drive. By late 2010, shortly before its discontinuation, production had totaled approximately 325,000.[4]

Overview[edit]

The Element followed a concept called Model X which was developed by a core group of Honda R&D engineers in 1998 and debuted at the 2001 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Model X was designed as an activity-oriented vehicle combining features of a pickup truck and a sport utility vehicle,[5] and its styling was inspired by a lifeguard station, its roofline arched to evoke the curve of a surfboard. [6]

Noted for its four bi-parting side doors that open to provide a clear aperature of 55.5 inches,[6] the structure of the Element eliminates the B-pillars by reinforcing and enlarging the side sills, floor and roof cross members, and providing five bulkheads per side. The rear door structure have a reinforced vertical beam and, when closed, connect to the body side sill via a hook and catch system, effectively creating a B-pillar. The rear-hinged rear side doors can open only after the forward doors.[6]

The production Element debuted at the 2002 New York International Auto Show[7] with an interior featuring TPO-coated textured urethane flooring; stain-resistant fabric; individually reclining and removable rear seats that stow.

The 2.4 Litre K Engine, an i-VTEC four-cylinder engine produces 166 hp (124 kW) at 5800 rpm and 162 lb⋅ft (220 N⋅m) of torque at 4000 rpm in 2007-2011 model years and 156 hp (116 kW) at 5500 rpm and 160 lb⋅ft (217 N⋅m) of torque at 4500 rpm in 2003-2006 model years.[8][9] Drive is either front-wheel drive or optionally, all wheel drive — via a hydraulically actuated on demand system that engages with front wheel slippage, marketed as "Real Time 4WD". The Element has a towing capacity of 680 kg, or 1500 lbs and a gross weight of 4450 lbs (2018 kg).[10]

In 2007, the Element won the Dogcars.com "Dog Car of the Year" award because of its "versatile cargo space, easy-clean flooring, crate-friendly rear design and optional 4 wheel drive."[11] and in 2010 it won the "Small SUV" category as a "Top Safety Pick" in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Annual Awards.[12]

With projected first year sales of 50,000,[13] the Element sold 67,478 units in 2003 in the US.[14] In 2010, just over 14,000 were sold,[4]

Model year changes[edit]

2007–2008 Honda Element EX
2007–2008 Honda Element SC

2003: The 2003 Element was launched with two trim levels — DX and EX. All-wheel drive models came with a large rear moonroof. All trim levels came with a 156hp 2.4L K24A4 engine shared with the 7th generation North American Honda Accord. Production and sales began in December 2002. Side airbags became an option later in the model year on the EX models.

2004: A mid-range LX trim level between the DX and the premium EX trim levels. Keyless entry was made standard on EX models.[15]

2005: The LX model featured revised front seats with a passenger seat armrest. The DX model was eliminated. XM satellite radio and MP3 capabilities were added as standard features in the audio system for the EX model. A 5 speed manual transmission was standard. The charcoal gray plastic tone was darkened and a navy blue was offered with the Satin Silver Metallic paint. Hub Caps on the LX were changed to cover the entire wheel.[16] Fuel economy was officially 19 miles per US gallon (12.4 l/100 km) City, 23 miles per US gallon (10.2 l/100 km) Highway; 20 miles per US gallon (11.8 l/100 km) Combined[17]

2006: A fully painted version called the EX-P became available for an extra US$500. It came with a 5-speed manual transmission or an optional 4-speed automatic transmission.

2007: The 2007 Element received a mild refresh, which included 10 hp increase to 166 hp, along with a 5-speed automatic transmission replacing the 4-speed automatic transmission. The front seat belts shoulder mounting location was relocated to the front seat backs rather than the rear doors allowing rear-seat occupants to exit the vehicle without a front occupant having to unbuckle. Side airbags became standard, as did electronic stability control. The plastic latticework grille was replaced by silver-colored slats. A new trim level called the SC was offered with a different front bumper and grille, lowered suspension and 18-inch alloy wheels, projector headlamps, "tribal print" seat fabric, center console, and carpeted floors in the seating areas. Unlike the other trim packages, the SC had a non-removable center console and was unavailable with all-wheel drive.

2008: The only change from the 2007 Element was the addition of the color Royal Blue Pearl for the SC trim.[18]

2009: New color combinations for the dashboard became available.[19] For 2009, the Honda Element received an optional navigation system, outside temperature display and minor exterior revisions. The hood and grill were redesigned, the front fenders were now all metal rather than painted composite material,[19] and the wheel arches were squared off.[19] The rear moon-roof was no longer available for 2009-2011. 2009 was the last year of availability for the 5-speed manual transmission, it was available on AWD EX and FWD SC trims.

2010: For 2010, Honda Element offered LX, EX, EX with Navigation, and SC trim levels. All trim levels featured a 5-speed automatic transmissions.[20]

2011: For 2011, the option of a navigation system and the sporty SC trim level have been dropped. The Royal Blue Pearl color was also eliminated. Honda discontinued the Element in early 2011.[21]

Customers[edit]

According to a survey in 2003, 67% of buyers were over 35, 38% were women, and the median age was 42.[22]

Advertising and marketing[edit]

Gil the Crab[edit]

After a summer break, Honda returned to its "Element and Friends" ad campaign, using one of its characters, the crab, given the name Gil.[23] The most popular character from the ads with his "I Pinch!" catch phrase, Gil had a myspace page[24] to chronicle Gil's trouble with the law. In order to tap into social networking sites, which began to play larger roles in ad campaigns in the mid-2000s, Gil was to maintain a blog and promote an online petition to save his job.[25] and endorse Gil paraphernalia through a website. This led up to the launch of the new commercial dubbed Element TV, which premiered 28 September 2006, and rolled out with the new Honda Element SC which went on sale that same day.[citation needed]

Element and Friends - version 2.0[edit]

In the fall of 2006, the Element and Friends website, now defunct, was re-launched with the introduction of the new Element SC trim. The previous version had the driving game using the Element EX-P (now simply called the EX) in a desert, snow topped mountains, forests, and a beach. They now renamed that area "above ground". A new second option from the main page allows you to select the Element SC to go "underground" in an urbanesque environment featuring a drive-in, central park with a basketball court, a seedy mainstreet, and project housing. The six new SC friends include a rat, mole, hamster, pigeon, roach, and a dog. The drive-in serves as the venue to view the TV spots that feature only the rat, mole, pigeon, and hamster. The format remains the same with new mini-games, but both maps now include a tunnel to venture above or below the surface, through the mountain and building respectively. Changes to the above ground include the removal of the previous TV spots from the website and a link on the beach to Gil's Myspace page.

RPA,[26] the company which created the Element and friends website, won the "Best in Show"[27] from MIXX Awards for the microsite. They revealed that visitors average 15 minutes on the site. The TV campaign was created by Adam Lowrey and Chuck Blackwell (currently at RPA) and the digital and social campaign was created by Luis Ramirez and J. Barbush, Currently at Cast Iron LA. The microsite was built in flash and created by David Howard (RPA) and Chris Pierantozzi (currently at Saatchi).

Dog-friendly Concept[edit]

In 2007, the Honda Element won the Dogcars.com's "Dog Car of the Year" award. Honda chose to follow up on that with a concept vehicle unveiled in 2009 New York Auto Show specifically designed for canine transportation.[19] It included a pet restraint system, an extendable cargo area load-in ramp, a 12V DC rear ventilation fan, second-row seat covers with a simple beige dog-outline pattern design to match the bed cover fabric, all-season rubber floor mats with a toy bone pattern,[28] a fan, and "Dog Friendly" exterior pawprint emblems. A spill-resistant water bowl, also included, could be placed into a nook in the corner of the pet bed.[19]

The second row pet restraint system was a small net crate suitable for cats or small dogs, which could be belted into place. It strapped directly to the lower portion of the seat and the captive animal could not see out the windows, unlike the pet "booster seats" sold by pet-supply vendors specifically designed to allow small dogs to see through the windows and sniff the incoming airflow. The pet bed is a thick cushion for the whole of the rear cargo area. The cargo area pet restraint system consists of netting on the sides and the top of the dog bed, as well as a zip-up fourth side to be secured after the dog is loaded.

The package was dealer-installed and retailed for $1,000.[29]

References[edit]

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  4. ^ ab"Honda announces end of Element production". Autoblog. 3 December 2010. Retrieved 4 December 2010.
  5. ^"Honda to build Model X Concept". Conceptcarz. 2002-01-03. Retrieved 2010-08-22.
  6. ^ abcGary S. Vasilash (December 18, 2018). "Continental, Element & B-pillars". Automotive Design & Production.
  7. ^"2002 New York International Auto Show in New York - Evolution of the Automobile". PBS LearningMedia.
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  10. ^"Honda Element Curb Weight by Years and Trims". autotk.com.
  11. ^"Honda Element Wins First-ever DogCar of the Year Award". PRWeb. 11 December 2010. Retrieved 4 December 2010.
  12. ^"TOP SAFETY PICKs 2010". Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Retrieved 4 December 2010.
  13. ^"Honda Adds New "Element" To Lineup" (Press release). Honda Motor. 2002-03-27. Archived from the original on 2011-07-15. Retrieved 2010-08-22.
  14. ^Nate Martinez (2009-12-14). "Honda to build Second-Generation Element". Motor Trend. Retrieved 2010-08-22.
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  21. ^"No More Element: Honda Says 2011 Will Be Last Model Year for the Boxy Vehicle". MotorTrend. December 4, 2010.
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  23. ^Honda Creates Web Buzz for Ad Character, Aug 28, 2006, Ad Week.
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  25. ^"Save the Crab". Archived from the original on 2003-12-10.
  26. ^"RPA". RPA. Retrieved 2010-12-04.
  27. ^Press Release: RPA Celebrates Three MIXX Awards Wins and Two Creative Media Awards, September 29, 2006.
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  29. ^[1] Honda's dog-friendly Element is aimed at pets -- and their owners

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Element Tuner Transformation Custom GaugeElement Red Lighting
Element Custom Tuner Transformation Gauges Shown2007-2010 Honda Element standard face colors are black, white or silver. The standard lighting color is stock white or upgrade to a custom lighting color tint and choose from an array of lighting color options. When you choose a lighting color tint, the accent line is the same color as the lighting color choice. 2003-2006 Honda Element gauges are silver with pearl colored accents. The pearl color options are: red, sapphire blue, light blue, dark blue, gold, lime green & magenta. The standard lighting colors are red, light blue, green, and yellow. For custom designs call 1-866-943-8641. Prices listed are for the gauge face only - cluster is not included.

2007-2010 Honda Element Gauge Face - mph - Stock Lighting Color - $99.00 USD

2007-2010 Element Gauge FaceBlack Face with Blue Accent Line Shown - Accent Line will light the color you choose, the rest of the numbers and markings will light up like stock. Example, a blue accent line will light up blue, the rest of the numbers and markings will light up like stock. Upgrade to a Pearl Color Finish or Carbon Fiber Design for an additional $15.00 - click here for options!

2007-2010 Honda Element Gauge Face - mph - Custom Lighting Color - $109.00 USD

2007-2010 Element Gauge FaceBlack Face with Blue Accent Line Shown - When choosing a custom lighting color, the Accent Line will be the same color as the lighting color you choose. Example, if you choose a blue lighting color, the accent line will be blue, if you choose a red lighting color, the accent line will be red. You can also choose no accent line. Upgrade to a Pearl Color Finish or Carbon Fiber Design for an additional $15.00 - click here for options!

2003-2006 Honda Element Gauge Face - mph $129.00 USD

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Gauge Cluster Not Included. Silver & Pearl Red with and without Logo Shown

SC Logo SC Logo

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My Text is your personal logo up to 10 characters. Quotation marks are not printed. If you choose the My Text logo, enter your text in the text box. The font will be the same font that is used in the gauge face layout. The color will be the same color as the numbers and markings on the gauge face.

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Honda Element Colors

Honda Element Colors Overview

Spanning its lifetime the Honda Element has had a total of 26 exterior colors including Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver], Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver] and Atomic Blue Metallic [Blue].

Spanning its lifetime the Honda Element has had a total of 10 interior colors including Black w/Gray Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Black], Black w/Gray Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Black] and Gray w/Blue Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

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2011 Honda Element Colors

Exterior Colors

The 2011 Honda Element comes with exterior colors of Crystal Black Pearl [Black], Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver] and Polished Metal Metallic [Gray].

Crystal Black Pearl [Black]

Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver]

Polished Metal Metallic [Gray]

Interior Colors

The 2011 Honda Element comes with an interior color of either Titanium w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray] or Gray w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

Titanium w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

Gray w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

2010 Honda Element Colors

Exterior Colors

The 2010 Honda Element comes in various exterior colors including Royal Blue Pearl [Blue], Tango Red Pearl [Red] and Omni Blue Pearl [Blue].

Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver]

Crystal Black Pearl [Black]

Polished Metal Metallic [Gray]

Citrus Fire Metallic [Orange]

Interior Colors

The 2010 Honda Element comes with an interior color of either Titanium w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray] or Gray w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

Titanium w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

Gray w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

2009 Honda Element Colors

Exterior Colors

The 2009 Honda Element comes in various exterior colors including Royal Blue Pearl [Blue], Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver] and Tango Red Pearl [Red].

Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver]

Crystal Black Pearl [Black]

Citrus Fire Metallic [Orange]

Polished Metal Metallic [Gray]

Interior Colors

The 2009 Honda Element comes with an interior color of either Titanium w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray] or Gray w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

Titanium w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

Gray w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

2008 Honda Element Colors

Exterior Colors

The 2008 Honda Element comes in various exterior colors including Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black], Atomic Blue Metallic [Blue] and Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver].

Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black]

Atomic Blue Metallic [Blue]

Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver]

Tangerine Metallic [Orange]

Galaxy Gray Metallic [Gray]

Interior Colors

The 2008 Honda Element comes with an interior color of either Titanium/Black w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray] or Gray/Black w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

Titanium/Black w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

Gray/Black w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

2007 Honda Element Colors

Exterior Colors

The 2007 Honda Element comes in various exterior colors including Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver], Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black] and Atomic Blue Metallic [Blue].

Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver]

Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black]

Atomic Blue Metallic [Blue]

Tangerine Metallic [Orange]

Galaxy Gray Metallic [Gray]

Interior Colors

The 2007 Honda Element comes with an interior color of either Titanium/Black w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray] or Gray/Black w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

Titanium/Black w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

Gray/Black w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

2006 Honda Element Colors

Exterior Colors

The 2006 Honda Element comes in various exterior colors including Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver], Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black] and Rallye Red [Red].

Alabaster Silver Metallic [Silver]

Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black]

Atomic Blue Metallic [Blue]

Interior Colors

The 2006 Honda Element comes with an interior color of either Black w/Gray Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Black] or Gray w/Blue Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

Black w/Gray Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Black]

Gray w/Blue Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

2005 Honda Element Colors

Exterior Colors

The 2005 Honda Element comes in various exterior colors including Magnesium Metallic [Gray], Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black] and Satin Silver Metallic [Silver].

Magnesium Metallic [Gray]

Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black]

Satin Silver Metallic [Silver]

Sunset Orange Pearl [Orange]

Galapagos Green Metallic [Green]

Interior Colors

The 2005 Honda Element comes with the interior colors of Black w/Gray Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Black], Gray w/Blue Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray] and Gray w/Green Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

Black w/Gray Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Black]

Gray w/Blue Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

Gray w/Green Accent w/Premium Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

2004 Honda Element Colors

Exterior Colors

The 2004 Honda Element comes with exterior colors of Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black], Fiji Blue Pearl [Blue] and Satin Silver Metallic [Silver].

Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black]

Satin Silver Metallic [Silver]

Interior Colors

The 2004 Honda Element comes with an interior color of either Black w/Gray Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Black] or Gray w/Blue Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

Black w/Gray Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Black]

Gray w/Blue Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

2003 Honda Element Colors

Exterior Colors

The 2003 Honda Element comes with exterior colors of Eternal Blue Pearl [Blue], Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black] and Satin Silver Metallic [Silver].

Eternal Blue Pearl [Blue]

Nighthawk Black Pearl [Black]

Satin Silver Metallic [Silver]

Interior Colors

The 2003 Honda Element comes with an interior color of either Black w/Gray Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Black] or Gray w/Blue Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Gray].

Black w/Gray Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Black]

Gray w/Blue Accent w/Cloth Seat Trim [Gray]

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Honda element colors 2010

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