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Is this a type of vehicle that GM should make?I see many around town and it would seem to be a vehicle that is smaller(better gas mileage) yet has a roomy cargo area. I don't think that the Chevy's little hauler is quite like it and gives up cargo efficiency for snazzier lines. This car may be a transition for the soccer mom's from the bigger mini-vans.
 

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Sure, but only if it doesn't look as bad as the element. Can't for the life of me figure out why people are buying that ugly piece of crap...it's worse than the Aztek and the camry combined...
 

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The Element gets poor gas mileage for a 166hp 4cyl - I'd say it's a closet gas hog (like the Ridgeline).

20/25 for the auto and 18/23 for the manual :)eek:)
 

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Sure, but only if it doesn't look as bad as the element. Can't for the life of me figure out why people are buying that ugly piece of crap...it's worse than the Aztek and the camry combined...
Have you seen what you can do with this vehicle?
I find it as one of the best for what it does.
Better then the xB.



This is sweet. Very flexable vehicle. I can see why people like these.
 

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Not to mention quality that is FAR superior to the Aztec. They look a ton better without the Avalanche cladding. People who have them love them and we've got a few running around here with well over 100k.
 

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Have you seen what you can do with this vehicle?
I find it as one of the best for what it does.
Better then the xB.



This is sweet. Very flexable vehicle. I can see why people like these.

We have a winner. Those who buy vehicles as extensions of their egos will never understand why the Element is so popular. The ability of the vehicle, as shown by the photo, is EXACTLY why I want one of these in my driveway.
 

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People who have them love them and we've got a few running around here with well over 100k.
Over 100k :eek::eek: Records are being broken.
 

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My wife's friend has one. She loves it. It is functional.
 

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Function over form in this case folks
 

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for the fonction, I wonder if we should store one in a abandonned barn to see if the Element is still desirable after 20-25 years?

and besides if the Renault Kangoo or the Citroen Berlingo was available here, I'll chose one of them before the Element, they are a good compromise of form and function.
 

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Have you seen what you can do with this vehicle?
I find it as one of the best for what it does.
Better then the xB.



This is sweet. Very flexable vehicle. I can see why people like these.
I think the Element is cool.

It it had a Hummer tag instead of a Honda tag, I bet some folks here would like it more.

Its poor MPG is probably a function of a vast underpowered conspriacy.

It needs more torque, more gears.
 

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You guys are ignoring the boner.



You see the boner? You see the boner?
The Aztek may have been ugly but it never came with a boner.
 

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You can see the boner from virtually every angle.



Even from this rear shot with everything in the way, there it is: the all-present boner.
 

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^^ I see you have more than just a Consumer Reports obsession.
 

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You guys are ignoring the boner.



You see the boner? You see the boner?
The Aztek may have been ugly but it never came with a boner.
:lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao:
 
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