I am the not so proud owner of a 1999 Honda Odyssey. At 176,000 miles we are looking at our third transmission. At $4000 a pop this is really a no brainer. Very frustrating to say the least. We have put a fairly good amount of money into the care, repair and maintenance of the van and expected more from Honda. I am wishing we had gotten rid of it after the first transmission went bad at 75,000 miles and gotten a Toyota. We also drive a Camry with over 186,000 miles and have never had a transmission problem. Comfort is nice but I'd really like reliability and the ability to drive a vehicle long term without these repeated major repairs - like I though a Honda would provide.
Comfort and roominess.
Transmission. ERG valve. Sliding doors. American Honda & Dealership Customer Service. Admit this is a lemon.
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