I know, I know....it's a minivan, but it really does improve your quality of life. It's incredibly thoughtfully designed and intuitive. It's a fantastic car for roadtrips, and if you're a parent and need to know your vehicle will work, and will be safe it puts your mind at ease. It's notably more expensive than some of the peers in its class, but it really is a better ride. For equipment you use frequently, it makes sense to invest in what you really want, and I'm glad I did.
Great Room, Driveability, and Actually Fun
2010 Honda OdysseyDan Berry - Colorado Springs, CO09/24/2015
I bought a "high mileage" Odyssey because it's a well-made product and I needed a vehicle that was sprung softer for the back injuries I incurred while in the military.
This vehicle (EX-L model) has plush, power-operated leather seats, heated front and passenger seats, a 6-CD changer, heated mirrors, Tri-Zone climate control, HVAC controls for rear passengers, home link buttons, and a moonroof. It's literally a luxury vehicle with front-wheel drive and loads more room.
In the short time I've had it, it's been on several road trips (performed flawlessly) and it has gone to the big home improvement stores almost every weekend (never have I run out of room).
Amazing Family Minivan
2008 Honda OdysseyPeter Miller - Centreville, MD11/02/2016
My family has owned a 2008 Honda Odyssey EX for about 5 years now and the minivan is great! The cruise control has been well used and came in handy on long trips. The cargo space is amazing! So much room for all that luggage and coolers on the go. The extra seats are awesome as well, with 3 extra seats, you could fit a couple of friends you're traveling with. 5 Star Minivan!
So you’re considering a Honda Accord as your next car. It’s a good choice—the Accord is very highly-regarded in any of its available variants. Plus, it combines good gas mileage with lively performance and plenty of interior space. For those who enjoy the experience of driving, Accords are known for their firm ride, good handling, and responsive steering.