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
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).
I always said I'd NEVER buy a van but everything changes when you have a child. I was quite surprised at how much I like this vehicle. It's practical and spacious and even if you don't have kids it's great for hauling bulky items. It has plenty of cup holders and storage and I really enjoy driving my 2012 Touring Elite.
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.