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.
Good quality car
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.
2014 Honda Odyssey Is A Great Family Vehicle
2014 Honda OdysseyJoseph Lee - Ashland, VA11/21/2016
The van is spacious and the seats are comfortable. The back seat folds down flat into the well. I call it a well, but it's actually a seat storage compartment. The middle seats are removable. I usually take one middle seat out and it gives me ample space to haul things. For instance, I recently purchased some furniture and was able to place the items nicely in my van. Plus, the items you are hauling do not get wet like a pickup. The van drives like a car so it should be easy for any driver. I love the backup camera as it helps me to avoid an accident while backing. As long as you keep the oil changed and do all of your service checkups, this vehicle will keep running and last a long time.
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.