Honda Element 0-60 times

Out of all performance specs, nothing but Honda Element 0-60 times can better speak about the vehicle's temper. While horsepower and torque blow smoke in the eyes, Element zero to sixty specs and average time to run a quarter mile are pretty straightforward metrics allowing to compare against its competitors.

Very often there is no chance of doing Element 0-to-60 test personally and making conclusions from the experience of the other drivers is the last thing you want.

Conducting a trustworthy test drive requires following a strict methodology that is intended to eliminate the inconsistent circumstances like weather, tires, surface, engine temperature. It is always better to leave it for professionals.


2011 Honda Element 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
LX 4dr 4x4,166 hp

8.4 sec

16.2 @ 82 mph
EX 4dr 4x4,166 hp

8.4 sec

16.2 @ 82 mph
LX 4dr Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9.4 sec

17.1 @ 84 mph
EX 4dr Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9.4 sec

17.1 @ 84 mph

2010 Honda Element 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
LX 4dr 4x4,166 hp

8.4 sec

16.2 @ 82 mph
EX 4dr 4x4,166 hp

8.4 sec

16.2 @ 82 mph
SC 4dr Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9.1 sec

16.6 @ 85 mph
LX 4dr Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9.4 sec

17.1 @ 84 mph
EX 4dr Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9.4 sec

17.1 @ 84 mph
SC 4dr Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9.4 sec

17.1 @ 84 mph
EX 4dr 4x4,166 hp

9.5 sec

16.9 @ 83 mph

2009 Honda Element 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
LX 4x4,166 hp

8.5 sec

16.2 @ 82 mph
SC Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9.1 sec

16.7 @ 85 mph
EX 4x4,166 hp

9.3 sec

16.7 @ 83 mph
LX Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9.5 sec

17.1 @ 84 mph
EX Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9.5 sec

17.1 @ 84 mph

2008 Honda Element 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
LX Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9 sec

16.6 @ 86 mph
EX Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9 sec

16.6 @ 86 mph
SC Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9 sec

16.6 @ 86 mph
LX 4x4,166 hp

9.3 sec

16.7 @ 83 mph
EX 4x4,166 hp

9.3 sec

16.7 @ 83 mph

2007 Honda Element 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
LX Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9 sec

16.6 @ 86 mph
EX Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9 sec

16.6 @ 86 mph
SC Front-wheel Drive,166 hp

9 sec

16.6 @ 86 mph
LX 4x4,166 hp

9.3 sec

16.7 @ 83 mph
EX 4x4,166 hp

9.3 sec

16.7 @ 83 mph


Honda Element 0-60 mph acceleration across years

Year of a Model0-60 times1/4 mile times
2011

8.4 - 9.4 sec

16.2 @ 84 - 17.1 @ 82 mph
2010

8.4 - 9.5 sec

16.2 @ 85 - 17.1 @ 82 mph
2009

8.5 - 9.5 sec

16.2 @ 85 - 17.1 @ 82 mph
2008

9 - 9.3 sec

16.6 @ 86 - 16.7 @ 83 mph
2007

9 - 9.3 sec

16.6 @ 86 - 16.7 @ 83 mph
2006

9.2 - 9.6 sec

16.8 @ 85 - 16.9 @ 82 mph
2005

9.2 - 9.5 sec

16.7 @ 85 - 16.8 @ 83 mph
2004

9.1 - 9.4 sec

16.7 @ 86 - 16.8 @ 83 mph
2003

8.6 - 9.4 sec

16.2 @ 86 - 16.8 @ 82 mph

Even following a nine-year generational run, the Honda Element wear utility stays a standout amongst the most unmistakable and helpful shapes out and about. It's generally short — regularly 7 inches shorter than Honda's own Civic — and shockingly tall. It stands at 70 inches high.  Be that as it may, the Honda Element has a level of adaptability that sets it apart from numerous other wagons and conservative SUVs.

   What we really want to know is, what is it packing?  The 0-60 time isn’t much to brag about, coming in at a mere 10 seconds for the quick sprint.  Though it’s not setting any records any time soon, it is impressive for 2.4 liter-four-cylinder engine that pushes out 166 horsepower that has to push 3,500 pounds of car.  The five-speed automatic transmission gives this car a nice bit of acceleration and a noticeably smoother ride. As far as aerodynamics go, forget about it. This car is shaped almost like a box, so it’s pushing around a lot of air to get where it’s going

While the look of the Honda Element's outside may not be for everybody, the frame and the capacity of the inside make an agreeable mix of solace and reasonableness. As the Kelley Blue Book puts it, "the Element's inside is dissimilar to whatever else out and about"- - and as indicated by most reviews read by TheCarConnection.com, that is by all accounts the point. Kelley Blue Book reports that "the Element's unique idea, truth be told, was touted as a 'moving apartment.'

In any case, The Auto Channel says that, in the Element, Honda has given us an "open, available, and simple to clean inside," with the SC trim recognized from the base trims with "exceptional texture on the seats, copper-hued bezels around the instruments and shifter with some outside hues, copper-illuminated instruments, and 'piano dark' inside trim."

Cars.com, however, discovers "little to like in lodge quality and ergonomics" of the 2008 Honda Element, grumbling that despite the fact that the 2007 refresh "gave it new checks and focus controls," the dash still "has a mechanical seriousness to it," with "upright facings and hard, dimpled plastics [that] feel excessively chilly and trucklike."

ConsumerGuide is somewhat more positive, finding that on the Element, Honda has made "straightforward, helpful atmosphere and sound controls"; in any case, they include that the "hooded measures are difficult to find in some light conditions, and are incompletely darkened for tall drivers by guiding wheel."

All in all, the Honda Element is a solidly built car that offers a comfortable experience on the road.  I wouldn’t take it to the drag strip, but would definitely take a cruise with the kids in the back.



Honda Element specs