Reeeaaally?Darkhamr said:In the poll I really wanted to choose ugly, but you associated that with the Aztek and nothing will ever be that bad so....lol
Well I guess I'm blind! :lolsolsticeman said:Reeeaaally?
Are you blind, or do you actually think the Honda Element and the Scion are beautiful vehicles? :lol :lol :lol
I have friends that own an Aztek, and are actually proud of the fact that since the intro of the Element, they no longer drive the ugliest vehicle in history. :smile
The exact same thing as happened to me, a neighbor bought an Element, and I thought it was u-g-l-y, but after seeing it everyday it grew on me. And being given a ride is all you need to fall in love. I was at the park the other day, and there is a huge speed bump in the street. The luxury cars would go “clump, clump” as they crossed. Heck you have to expect the sound of tires hitting the bump. Sport cars would make any number of noises, tires, suspensions popping and creaking, etc. But an Element would not make a sound. It was such an unexpected and remarkable non-noise that not only I noticed, but I heard others in the park mention it.Darkhamr said:My buddy bought a black element and while I thought it sinfully ugly at first, once I saw it in the parking lot everyday....
The Velite is a much better design IMO than the Bengal. The reference to the Sky works good! The Velite is to the Bengal, what the new Sky is to the original. Much better. At least in my opinion.brentil said:Unfortunately the Bangel suffers from the same problem as the orignal Sky to me. It looks like it was influenced by the old Sky concept, and that was influenced by the Miata. It just doesn't do much for me.