After few years of pause, seems like it is time to see new Element SUV very soon. According to latest reports, that should happen with 2017 Honda Element, which means that 6 years of production cut came to an end and all fans can save money for their favorite crossover. It is very functional vehicle, with exciting features list. It fills the place in small-size crossover class, which could wake up falling segment. We hope other companies are going to launch new models any time soon, as a respond to Japanese carmaker.
2017 Honda Element redesign
The 2017 Honda Element will be ready to take up to six passengers in its comfortable interior. What is marked as a highlight, luggage area, comes enlarged, and that makes crossover perfect for longer trips, where you can stash many gear and equipment. Also, infotainment system will be renewed, since 2011 year gadgets are now too old. Designers worked a lot on seating, and Element has enough room for legs and head, while having comfortable headrests. LCD display is placed on the dashboard, where access to control of many features could be made. LED technology is expected to be used for lights, both head and tail. Front lights are larger than before, which further improve visibility.
2017 Honda Element engine
We must be a step closer to launching date to find out more and confirmed details about power source of 2017 Honda Element. According to rumors, 2.4-l four-cylinder unit will be both efficient and good performer. That means Element will burst 170 hp and 160 lb-ft of torque. More power could be expected from bigger engine, but we still don’t have confirmation from Honda. With 2.4-l unit, Element could go over 100 mph, probably closer to 110 mph. There are no estimations on the fuel economy, but be sure that this crossover is going to be one of the most economical SUVs in its class.
2017 Honda Element price
The 2017 Honda Element won’t come out before second part of next year, while earlier arrival is not likely. Price is slightly more predictable, since Honda is trying to keep up with competition by offering reasonable price, so new Element could be valued between $18,000 and $20,000.