Yes. Lots of room, comfortable ride and reliable on the road.
Smooth Ride for a Van
2009 Honda OdysseyPurplelady - La Quintal, CA10/21/2011
I purchased this vehicle because (Honda Odyssey '09) my sister has the same model car and I was pleased with its comfort and versatility (being able to adjust amount of storage space inside the van):)
I felt that I got just the car that I wanted because of the extra features that came with it; i.e. GPS, sunroof, DVD player, XM satellite radio, etc.
Its ride is smooth as the Lincoln Towncar that I had before buying this van. That's because its frame is similar to a luxury sedan.
I would highly recommend this type of van if you like a smooth ride, available options, and versatility of use.
2009 Honda OdysseyAnchorUp - , 04/30/2013
We went to go see a VW Routan (the boys were loving the double overhead screen, but instead end up getting an 09 Odyssey, and it was meant to be. It just so happen that there was one available at that time at a very reasonable price with low mileage (21K). The ride is pretty much incomparable to the other vans I had and test drived before as far as smoothness and precision. We are definitely enjoying the space and comfort (leather) with heated and adjustable seats. The rear camera that is viewable in your front mirror -how awesome is that. We are loving it and was very happy to go with the Odyssey even if the price was a little more than the Routan. It was definitely well worth it. As far as the salesman, he was very pleasant to deal with and was upfront and honest about the deal that we got into.
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.