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Honda Element: End of Production ANNOUNCED

Since its launch, there are nine, the cube-shaped vehicle has a bold look answered the needs of a diversified clientele

Honda puts an end to the production of an iconoclastic model, the Element, innovative and functional crossover vehicle utility which made its market entry there nine years. Present at the origin in conceptual form - either as the X model of Honda - the Salon International North American Auto Show, Detroit in 2001, the Element virtually created a new category alone utility vehicles and immediately became the vehicle of choice for small businesses, outdoor enthusiasts and pet owners. At the end of the long life cycle of the Element, consumers seeking a functional vehicle have recently set their sights on other Honda models such as the CR-V crossover utility versatile and comfortable.

"The Element defied popular trends in matters of design with its format utility downright functional," stated Jerry Chenkin, Executive Vice President of Honda Canada Inc. "The cubic shape of the new vehicle has become connected, and the owners of Element appreciate its unique style and versatility. "

With its completely new design, the Honda Element s? Ready to conquer a new territory on his arrival on the market during the 2003 model year. The vehicle is distinguished by its multi-functional storage space, innovative design and versatile of its seats, its durable and resistant interior, fuel efficiency and outstanding value. Significant improvements have been made to the element over the years, the 2007 model has been provided in particular with increased power and new safety features.

Recently, the Element has reached new heights in matters of design with the Element SC model year 2007 team of more than 10 new features: a sport suspension and a lower level; the 18-inch wheels (element that was part for the first time the characteristics of a series of vehicle division of Honda); a robust exterior accents to personalize with aerodynamic grille; a beam headlights; bumpers painted unique; an exclusive interior with a carpeted floor provided (first and second rows); a center console with storage unit; black trim; and exclusive fabrics that blend with the interior trim.

Over 17,000 Element were sold in Canada since the launch of the model in December 2002.

Honda will sell the 2011 model Element in the United States. In Canada, the manufacturer will end the sale of the model and conduct the flow of stock 2010 models.

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