Used 2010 Honda Odyssey LX for Sale
Reviews for 2010 Honda Odyssey
Great van for a growing family!
We bought the LX model, because we weren't interested in power sliding doors, automatic climate control, or any other options that would be expensive to fix in the future. The manual sliding doors operate very smoothly/easily, my wife and I have never regretted not getting an EX. The stock CD player sounds great, and it has a factory AUX port to play an iPod (although we haven't tried it yet). The van is super comfortable, the space between the two captains chairs is big enough for me (5'11", 190lbs) to easily get in the 3rd row if necessary, and the 3rd row has a ton of legroom. The space behind the 3rd row is cavernous, we bought 10 large bags of mulch from Lowe's, and they all fit in the space that the 3rd row folds into... amazing. The 3rd row cavity also has grocery bag hooks, which are great when loading a few bags that may spill over (canned goods especially) so you don't have to hunt down your items after you get home. There are more storage spots then I can keep track of, we've had the van for over a month and we're still learning neat things about it. The gas mileage is about what you'd expect, it's a van, not a Prius (we average in the high teens, with about a 50/50 mix of highway/city driving). The engine has more than enough power to put you back in your seat if you want (gas mileage be-damned!) and you'll never feel nervous about merging onto a 70mph interstate. The handling is car like, very easy to park, and I have yet to regret not getting parking sensors (knock on wood).
Good Value, Exceeded Expectations
We have had our Odyssey for a little over a month now and have been very pleased with our purchase. We purchased the EX-L model. The vehicle is spacious enough to accomodate our two children and their bulky car seats and still have more than enough room on the third row for three adults to sit if needed. The interior seems to be very tight (no rattles) and all the features well-designed (controls, cupholders, etc.). Our other vehicle is a 2008 Toyota Highlander, which I've always thought handled well for an SUV. The Odyssey, however, outhandles the Highlander in both turning and stopping. I attribute this to the Odyssey's lower frame. The smaller wheels lead to feeling the bumps a little more than our SUV on the open road, but the difference isn't a gamechanger. The power-sliding, side doors are a must for families with kids (esp. if you have a child in a carrier. No more trying to put your kid in the back seat while trying to keep your door from dingin the care next to you. Parking lots are not nearly the hassle they used to be. I had hoped for a little better gas mileage in the city (currently getting around 18 mi/gal). However, this matches what our Highlander gets and the additional storage space for strollers, groceries, and incidentals far exceeds that of our SUV. These are just a few of the reasons we love our Odyssey. If you are on the fence about whether to buy an SUV or an Odyssey, go with the Odyssey. You won't be sorry.
Great value for price
Fully loaded priced at value
This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.