This is a spacious minivan that could fit an entire family of 7, or some friends, or for UBER . The inside in so sound proofed that you feel so comfortable in it. The cargo space is just amazing. The last row of seats are easily removable and you can even have a 4x8 plywood boards in it. Also, it is not that high and it could fit in most of underground parking spaces. I have owned 3 other minivans (Ford Freestar, Kia Sedona, and Honday Odyssey). This one, by far, is the best invested money in a car.
I love this car!
2015 Honda OdysseyKaren W - Livermore, CA10/24/2016
My family wanted an SUV to replace our 2003 odyssey. I really loved that car, but my family convinced me to upgrade and get the newest safety features available. The main reasons why I chose the 2015 Odyssey over SUVs - Less expensive, better gas mileage, and more comfortable! And I can get in and out of the Odyssey so much easier than a huge SUV!
I got the touring so it has the DVD player, etc, which is cool, but my teens mostly play on their phones or iPads. It also has navigation, but it's a bit of a pain to use. You can't enter an address/destination while the car is in drive- great for driver safety but inconvenient for the passenger. Much quicker to plug my phone into the USB slot and use my favorite navigation app. Great car overall
Had vehicle for 30 months @ 68,000 miles. Things gone bad around 36,000 miles during the warranty period and then right after.
What is the problems?
@ 10 miles: CD/DVD (RES) restarts when the ignition switch is turned OFF/ON. 10,000 miles: Front suspension creaking sounds in the front while turning. 10,000 miles: Wind noise from the front driver and passenger door(s). 15,000 miles: Auto sliding doors problems, sling door(s) jam/stuck and leaking fluids. 40,000 miles: Battery is dead. 45,000 miles: Replaced rear shock absorbers. 65,000 miles: Driver "outer: & passenger side "inner" CV Boot leaks. Leaks "NOT" because they have holes in them. It leaks because CV Boot clamps overtime become loose, a loose CV Boot clamps would "NOT" stay tight
With crossovers and SUVs attempting to steal the spotlight these days, minivans had to step up their game to remain competitive in the family-mover market. Both the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna rose to the occasion by offering an ideal combination of performance, comfort, and features modern drivers want.
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.