Honda continues to build a great vehicle with so many features, plenty of power, and comfort necessary for those long trips. The ride is smooth and quiet but yet there's plenty of power in reserve when you need it. All the leather seats are very comfortable and actually fit an adult over 6' tall (a major selling point for me). We didn't purchase the touring because the additional features were not needed and the consensus was that there are still issues with the run-flat tires that need to be worked out. I think the parking sensors should be standard - instead I will be purchasing them from Bernardi Parts. This van has the same turning radius of my '95 accord!
Comfortable leather heated power seats. Rear entertainment system. Comfortable 2nd and 3rd row seats. Power sliding doors with power windows. Heated power mirrors. 244 Horses! Short turning radius. Plenty of storage pockets and cup holders. Rear storage well and 60/40 seat split Great safety rating.
Automatic on-off headlights. The sound system is weak and there should be a aux input (in the front) for devices that are NOT an iPod. Better MPG. Increased visibility when backing up.
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