I always want it to have an Odyssey but i think i would like to wake up and dream or think again, it has a lot space but is very hard to get in the back seat , my kids has to step in the front seat to get in back seat or i have to open the trunk.My Honda has less then 35,000 miles and it make more sounds then my nissan quest with 149,000 so i am NOT very happy about my decision .
I have really enjoyed this vehicle. It drives nicely and is easy for me to get my four young children in and out of it. The only drawbacks to this car are that we have had a slight problem geting one door to unlock, the doors are kind of hard for the kids to open (my oldest is seven), and it is hard to see how fast you are going (the steering wheel covers it up).
Good quality car
2006 Honda OdysseyJessica C - Fitchburg, MA07/28/2016
I've only had the car for 5 months. I love it so far. It has everything I could ask for in a van. The only issue has been one of the sliding passenger doors isn't working properly. It tries to close but then opens back up. It maybe a sensor or some machinaly? Either way I have a warranty on it and am hoping it's covered. Other then that issue its been an awesome van. I've traveled a bunch in it and it rides well, there's plenty of room for my kids and all their friends and the gas mileage is ok.
With crossovers and SUVs attempting to steal the spotlight these days, minivans had to step up their game to remain competitive in the family-mover market. Both the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna rose to the occasion by offering an ideal combination of performance, comfort, and features modern drivers want.
Vehicles with third-row seating have plenty of features for nearly every type of driver. For families that need a great family-friendly vehicle, SUVs, crossovers, and minivans with third-row seats give passengers roomy interiors and still have enough power to haul plenty of vacation equipment or moving supplies.