Bought the Odyssey while stationed overseas and brought it home with high hopes and initial satisfaction. While cavernous, easy to drive, powerful and full of many great features such as power doors and dual air, reliability is becoming a concern as it reaches 80K miles. Paint has peeled twice and dealers have not been receptive to repairing the damage in our area. Left sliding door continuously needs grease to quiet the chatter. Oil changes are a bear. A/C filter changes, too. CD player died. Clock's light went dark. CD and clock are very expensive to replace. Overall, a disappointment; can't recommend it any longer and won't be buying another Honda :( This is a "Monday" car, for sure.
Power doors, easy to convert second and third row seating, dual air, powerful engine/transmission set up, easy handling.
Power tail gate; Pull out rear seat with same floor configuration; memory power driver's seat; power passenger seat. Make oil filter and air conditioning "inside" filter changes more consumer friendly.
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