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
I recommend this because it has all the space I need in a vehicle for my family. I specifically chose this van because of that reason also, it is the touring edition. I chose the Touring because I loved my Pilot and I travel all of the time which saved me from long trips with the DVD player. After that my kids had gotten bigger and so I went with this specific Odyssey so that we could still travel with no hassles and the kids love watching movies on trips :)
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.
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.