Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2007 Honda Element.

Don't see your color listed? Call 1-888-710-5192 - We probably have it.

Select the color for your 2007 Honda Element below by clicking on any item in the corresponding row. After the color is selected, just click the "choose your color" button to see the products we offer with that color!

Make Note: The color code can be located in the driver side door jamb. Click here for Honda paint code location chart and paint code image example.

Chip Color Code(s) Color Description
B529P Fiji Blue Pearl
B537M Atomic Blue Metallic
B92P Nighthawk Black Pearl
GY25M Kiwi Green Metallic/Kiwi Metallic
NH700M Alabaster Silver Metallic
NH701M Galaxy Gray Metallic
R513 Rallye Red
R525P Tango Red Pearl
YR528M Shoreline Mist Metallic
YR563M Tangerine Mist Metallic
YR569M Root Beer Metallic

Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2007 Honda Accord, Accord Coupe, Accord Hybrid, Civic, Civic Coupe, Civic Hybrid, CR-V, Fit, Insight, Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline, or S2000?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 2007 Honda Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Honda Touch Up Paint

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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:

Christopher R, owner of a 2006 Honda S2000 from Louisville, KY

A perfect match! I can't believe how much I saved by doing my repair myself. I was worried that there would be a demarcation line between the old and the new, but the aerosol paint blends perfectly. It looks like it never happened. Thank you for such an amazing product. It's good to know that if I have a minor scratch, that I can use your product to maintain my car.

Eric H, owner of a 2006 Honda Ridgeline from Bay Area, CA

I busted my passenger side mirror because a parking garage pole jumped out at me. That's my story and I'm sticking to it. I thought long and hard of what to do - go to a body shop and have them do everything, replace the mirror glass or leave it as is. After doing some research and looking at the videos on the website, it seemed like painting a replacement part was something I could handle. I purchased a replacement mirror and then purchased all of the prep and finishing materials from automotivetouchup.com. I took my time to make sure I was doing things right. I didn't have a spray booth so I just sprayed out in the open over several wind-free days, which was not ideal but worked surprisingly well. The mirror turned out great and the paint matches well. It's good to know that real professional materials we're used in this repair, that its virtually undetectable and I've got the ability (and pride) of doing it myself.

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