American Honda Motor Co. Inc. sets pricing on its all-new, youth-oriented Element small cross/utility vehicle, slated to go on sale Dec. 19. The manufacturer suggested retail price on the base-level front-wheel-drive DX model is $16,100 with a manual transmission and $16,900 with a 4-speed automatic. The DX with all-wheel-drive and an automatic transmission starts at $18,300. The fully loaded EX models start at $18,650 for FWD when equipped with a manual and $19,450 with an automatic. ...
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