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The 2010 Honda Element gets a lot of utility out of a vehicle that's quite compact and easy to park with a van-like body, an extremely versatile interior and rear-hinged back doors that allow wide loading access.
The tall 2008 Honda Element makes the most out of a vehicle that's actually quite compact and easy to park, with a van-like body, an extremely versatile interior, and rear-hinged back doors that allow wide loading access.
If the upholstery in your Honda Odyssey isn’t in the style, color, or material you like, make a change with our custom seat covers, offered in a wide range of fabrics.
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Honda NSX. Specifically created to bring a 'New Sports eXperience' to the supercar segment, the Honda NSX challenges prevailing beliefs about supercars, just as the first generation NSX did so comprehensively over a quarter of a century ago.
The HR-V needs more soundproofing and easier to clean interior materials.The cloth door trim and seat trim (LX and EX models) seem like they may not be durable. The material covering the floor of the HR-V is neither carpet nor rugged like the flooring was in the Element.
The Honda Life was a name that was being used on various kei car/city cars produced by Honda: passenger cars, microvans, and kei trucks.The first series of the nameplate was built between 1971 and 1974, with the name being revived in 1997. The Honda Life has rarely been marketed outside Japan.
The Honda Z (marketed also as the Z600) is a two-door hatchback kei car/city car manufactured and marketed by the Honda Motor Company, from 1970 until 1974.Exports mostly ended after 1972, when the domestic market models received redesigned pillarless bodywork. Honda subsequently marketed a kei-class SUV from 1998-2003, bearing no relation to the first 'Z', but bearing the same nameplate.