2006 Honda Element Handicapped-Equipped

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Honda
  • Model: Element
  • SubModel: EX-P
  • Type: Sport Utility
  • Trim: EX-P
  • Year: 2006
  • Mileage: 38,478
  • VIN: 5J6YH18746L000216
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 4 Cylinder Engine 2.4L/144
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: --
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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2006 Honda Element EX-P Description

2006 Honda Element
Hand controls for the accelerator and brake pedals
Hydraulic passenger side doors and passenger-side power lift ramp
Estimated more than $25,000 invested in conversion
One-owner vehicle with only 38,500 miles
4L inline i-VTEC four-cylinder engine
Four-speed automatic transmission
Four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock, airbags, air-conditioning, cruise control, keyless entry
Tango Red Pearl exterior and black interior with gray accents
Have Father Time and Mother Nature combined to make driving a chore instead a pursuit you used to enjoy? MotoeXotica Classic Cars may have a solution for you in this one-owner, handicapped-equipped 2006 Honda Element, that is fully wheelchair accessible with the flip of a switch!
The Tango Red Pearl exterior is in excellent shape, as are the wagon's glass panels, which are clear and crack-free. The wagon's lights are also clear and intact. The wagon rolls on Kelly radials, size P215/70R15 at all four corners and wrapped around factory aluminum wheels, all of which look great. The wagon's body panels are solid and straight, including the bumpers, the engine bay is extremely tidy and the cargo bay looks fantastic.
Driver assist features on this Element include driver, passenger and front side air bags, power steering, four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock, air-conditioning, cruise control, rear window defroster, power locks, power mirrors, power windows, tilt steering column, intermittent wipers, privacy glass and more.
Inside, the black interior with its gray accents looks great. The driver's bucket seat and rear seats are in very good order. To make the vehicle handicap-accessible, the front passenger seat has been removed, the passenger side doors operate hydraulically, there's a power lift ramp on the passenger side and there are hand controls for the accelerator and brake pedals. The wheelchair resides in the passenger area allowing you easy access to the driver seat and still room for passengers!
In addition, the headliner, instrument panel and four-spoke steering wheel are all in very good order. The mirror glass and shifter are in good shape and rounding out the interior is a factory AM/FM stereo with CD player.
The Honda Element was a compact crossover based on a modified CR-V platform, manufactured in East Liberty, Ohio and offered in front-wheel and all-wheel drive formats in the United States and Canada from model years 2003 through 2011.
The Element followed a concept vehicle called Model X, developed by a core group of Honda R&D engineers in 1998 and debuted at the 2001 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Model X was designed to be an activity-oriented vehicle combining features of a pickup truck and a sport utility vehicle.
The floor is made of easily cleanable TPO coated textured urethane; the fabric is stain resistant; the individual rear seats recline, fold up, and are removable. The rear clamshell tailgate arrangement is large, and the vehicle is tall, allowing tall loads.
The rear side doors open outward from the front but are not referred to as suicide doors: they cannot be opened if the conventional front doors are not open. To accommodate elimination of the B-pillars, which provides unobstructed access for side loading through the 2006 model year, limited by the front seat design from 2007 onward, the Element features a chassis with reinforced joints, strengthened lower side sills, larger cross members, enlarged rocker panels, and five bulkheads per side.
The compact SUV features a 2.4-liter K Engine, an i-VTEC four-cylinder engine producing and front-wheel drive or an optional all-wheel drive system — a hydraulically actuated system that operates only when front wheel slippage occurs, marketed as "Real Time" all wheel drive. The Element had a towing capacity 1,500 lbs.
With projected first year sales of 50,000, the Element sold 67,478 units in 2003 in the U.S. By 2010, just over 14,000 were sold, and by December 2010, shortly before its discontinuation, it had sold a total of more than 325,000 units.
In 2007, the Element won the "Dog Car of the Year" award because of its "versatile cargo space, easy-clean flooring, crate-friendly rear design and optional all-wheel drive." and in 2010, it won the "Small SUV" category as a "Top Safety Pick" in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Annual Awards.
Competition to this Honda in 2006 included Ford's Escape, Honda's CR-V, Hyundai's Tucson, Jeep's Wrangler, Kia's Sportage, Land Rover's Freelander, Mazda's Tribute,
This SUV is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 38,478 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, original owner actual mileage title, showing only 13 miles at purchase date of 7//2006. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
VIN: 5J6YH18746L000216
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