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.
This is our second Odyssey. First one was an '04 and currently has 286,000 miles. Needed a replacement so decided to go with another Ody. Honda makes a solid product. We've put on 7,000 miles since July with no issues. We expect the '13 to be just as reliable as the '04
odessey a must for 3 or more car seats
2012 Honda OdysseyAricka B - Conroe, TX02/06/2016
The Honda odessey is THE only vehicle we could find with more than one top tether hook (used to install a forward facing car seat). I currently have four different car seats installed in mine with PLENTY of room for others to sit and plenty of cargo room for a double stroller, groceries, etc.
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