That rang a bell for me. The Honda dealer here uses a couple of brand new Nissan vans for parts hauling because the Odyssey's redesign made it impractical for actually hauling stuff. I bet the Nissan dealer just down the road loves the free advertising.Here the Honda dealer uses a Mercedes van.
It looks like Toyota might have a fairly decent copy of the Element in the works called the U-Squared. We covered it in another thread. Keep in mind that the Toyota version looks more like the original Element prototype than the finished Element does so they'd probably have some changes in theirs too. (assuming they ever build it)Certainly would be nice if Honda would produce a new vehicle similar to the E. Probably the most useful vehicle (for my purpose) that I've ever owned.
These are pictures of the nbox concept. The nbox is already in production in Japan.
I don't think it's even legal to drive on the roads here. Some idiot tried to sound important by claiming it was the next Element attempt and then it keeps popping up every so because of interweb "journalists" who like to spread gossip instead of checking their facts.Really? With those 12" wheels I thought for sure it would be a hit here.
drive that mini me out the back like knight rider lolThree feet shorter than our Elements, one foot narrower, 57 horsepower. How could that not be successful here? Oh, 68 mpg, guess we couldn't complain about the mileage anymore. I might look at importing one and carrying it in the back instead of the donut.
It does prove one thing. If Honda or Toyota ever started building a decent Element replacement, there'd be a line of people eagerly waiting to buy one.Again with this.
Threads merged. See above.
You were saying?It does prove one thing. If Honda or Toyota ever started building a decent Element replacement, there'd be a line of people eagerly waiting to buy one.