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7.0
/ 10
On Green
BASE INVOICE
$19,388
BASE MSRP
$20,825
On Green
While the 2011 Honda Element isn't one of the greener picks on the market, it's very lean and efficient considering what it can carry.
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20 mpg city, 25 highway with front-wheel drive, 19/24 with all-wheel drive
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somewhat lackluster by current four-cylinder compact crossover standards
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With the automatic transmission, the 2011 Honda Element comes with EPA ratings of 19 mpg city, 24 highway with all-wheel drive, or 20/25 with front-wheel drive.

Real-world results have tended to be toward the high end of those figures—provided you don't cruise at too high of a speed as the Element's brick-like shape isn't so wind-cheating. But in The Car Connection's last weeklong driving experience with the Element, over 250 miles of mostly highway driving, we managed 25 mpg.

Conclusion

While the 2011 Honda Element isn't one of the greener picks on the market, it's very lean and efficient considering what it can carry.

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