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Used 2010 Honda Odyssey EX-L with Bluetooth for Sale

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$12,499* 124K miles
CarMax Frederick
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
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Location: CarMax Frederick in Frederick, Maryland 21704
Description: Used 2010 Honda Odyssey EX-L for sale - $12,499, 124,765 miles with Leather Seats, Power Sliding Door(s), Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Satellite Radio Ready, DVD Video System, Rear View Camera
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4.529 reviews) Amazing performance. Comfortable. Reliable. Spacious.

Reviews for 2010 Honda Odyssey

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(36 reviews)

The Great American Minivan

Even though my husband hesitated to purchase a minivan as we currently have only one child, we couldn't pass up the deal on the 2010 Odyssey. Like many couples, we compared the Toyota Sienna with the Odyssey. We actually rented a 2011 Sienna to travel out of town with friends for a weekend. While the Sienna is certainly nice (and I love that it comes with an AWD option), the handling just doesn't compare to the Odyssey. The interior of the Sienna felt massive (not in a good way) and we always felt top-heavy when rounding corners. The Odyssey handles very well and, even though the van is a large vehicle, we certainly don't feel like we're barreling down the highway in a massive van. As my husband constantly says, it's the nicest car we've ever owned (we splurged for the dvd, navigation, and back-up camera package) just happens to be a minivan!

- Soccer Mom, 2010 Honda Odyssey

Best van ever!!

As a mom of 7 kids, I have had 5 minivans over the years. The Honda Odessey is the best!!! It handles like a car, is easy to park & make u-turns. It's easy to get into the 3rd seat. I also have aging parents that I take places and its easy for them to get in and out of. Its so easy to fold down the back sests. I absolutely love that when I put groceries in the back that they dont fall out when I open the back hatch like previous vans I've owned. I love the bells and whistles on my EX-L. There is only one thing I wish it had is automatic lights.

- Debby, 2010 Honda Odyssey

2100 v 2000 Honda Odyssey

We had a 2000 Odyssey with 140,000 miles which we passed along to a child with two young children of his own. My wife's requested another Odyssey even though all of our children have left the nest, since she likes the cargo carrying capacity of it and its dependability (our other car is a 2006 BMW which is more of a garage queen than a reliable daily driver). We just returned from a 1500 mile trip to NC mountains. The Odyssey performed admirably. The transmission was smooth even when driving up and down mountain roads. The suspension made it fun to drive on the back, curvy two-laners. External wind noise was minimal at highway speeds. It had plenty of power to merge into and keep up with the flow of traffic on I-95. The front/back A/C is sufficient to keep up with our FL summers. The newer 2010 Odyssey is significantly quieter and smoother than our 2000 (we live in an area with brick streets), and the rear seat stowage more sophisticated and flexible. Cupholders abound, the leather seats seem sufficiently sturdy to take daily abuse (the 2000 had cloth which also held up well) and we've gotten accustomed to the dash-mounted automatic tranny shifter. And I get to have a car to run to a nursery and load dirty stuff into the back, pick up guests and their luggage, and even transport the occasional wheelchair or motorized scooter. We've have owned several Mercedes, Audi A8, BMW 330ci, Q45 Infinity, and the Honda is not those cars, but it sure does what it intends to do well all of the time.

- OrlandoTom, 2010 Honda Odyssey

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.