The van performs decently, but has had reliability issues. Within the first 2 years of owning it the following parts were replaced: tire pressure monitor, power steering reservoir, front engine mount and torque converter. Now it is being recalled for brake problems. Also, this is the first vehicle I have owned where I have not been able to consistently reach or exceed the EPA fuel economy rating.
I actually really like the styling.
Improve the reliability and get rid of Honda dealer and Honda customer service arrogance.
If this was a lemon there were many others out there: power steering, torque converter, brake problems, and engine mounts were all commonly reported problems on the Odyssey. Wait until your transmission dies prematurely, a major complaint that has not been addressed by Honda , leaving many owners enfuriated.
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