CHICAGO – American Honda Motor Co. Inc. says despite slow sales, and buyers that are older than the 20-somethings originally targeted, the Element utility vehicle is holding its own in Honda's U.S. lineup. Element sales this year are down 8.3% at 38,095 units vs. like-2004. Honda Element “We're doing between about 4,000 and 5,300 a month,” Dan Bonawitz, vice president-auto operations, tells Ward's at a media event here. “We said our goal was 50,000-60,000 (units annually), so we're ...
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