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Yes, the wheelchair converted Elements are a whole different thing. From what I’ve seen, they usually seem to go for $20k or more.It all depends on what it's worth to you. I recently paid ~23K for a 2010 with 25K miles on it. There was never a better car made for a wheelchair user, and my wife loves it, those two were good enough reasons for me.
Sorry, I thought you were talking about Elements like this:No, mine are not "converted", other than hand controls added (which I do myself). It's the rear half-door, and the room behind the front seat for the wheelchair to fit, that's what makes all the difference.
However some neighbors sold their 2010 element that only had 12,000 miles for $12,000.I just bought a 2007 with 63,000 miles on it for $6,000 but I knew it needed some work (rotors, exhaust pipe, sway bar) and there's still a squeak in door, so $7,000 to get it in really good condition. I also found a 2008 with 45,000 for $8,000. so I think there are Elements out there with less than 100,000 for under $10,000.