|05-10-2011, 06:07 AM||#1|
e36s54, F10M5, e70X5d
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Los Angeles, CA
FS: 2005 Honda Element EX 2WD (92k Miles - $10k)
2005 Element EX 2WD in Sunset Orange
MILEAGE: 92k Miles.
FUNCTIONAL CONDITION: Perfect. Runs without issue. VERY well maintained.
Incredible 20 MPG in Stop-N-Go. 22-25 MPG Hwy.
COSMETIC CONDITION: Immaculate Outside. Some scratches and scuffs on
inside from transporting and moving furniture.
I bought this car Brand New in 2005 when she had 4 Miles. I maintained and
cared for her like this car was mine, so Oil Changes every 5k Miles. Have
all maintenance paperwork. Have Title in hand. Replaced Tires at 60k miles
with 60k mile tires (600 treadwear). Replaced front brake pads at 60k miles.
Replaced rear pads at 80k miles. Replaced leaking valve cover gasket that is
due to Honda's cheap oil -- so Mobil/Castrol Synthetic from now on. Next
major service is at 110k miles (Valve Timing Adjustment). This car has been
a serious workhorse for me -- and I would not give her up, if she could tow.
No engine or any other issues with this car EVER. There are very few cars
with this amount of cargo room. The rear loading and seat removing and
interior configurations allow you to carry soooo much gear its shocking.
Most large SUVs cannot fit the size items this can, due to the low floor.
THE BAD: One small door ding and scratch on back lift gate (no
idea how it got there). One small cigarette hole burn on bottom of driver's
seat (I know exactly how it got there = Let a friend borrow it to move
furniture and he smokes), he got a perma-ban, otherwise this car has never
been smoked in, before or after that. A older lady was backing out of her
driveway at 2 mph and gently dented my driver's door. Her insurance company
replaced the door shell and all other door components were re-used. Work
was done at Marco's Auto Body and I have all documents and pics.
Washed once a month. Best cargo hauler I have ever owned. Room like a
pickup truck, Drives like a small car and MPG of a mid-size sedan = this thing
was a win in practicality.
Original MSRP was $23,500
$10,000 in Arcadia, CA
Thanks for looking
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