We love our new Odyssey. It has plenty of pickup, and delivers close to 20 MPG in regular driving, meaning some town, some freeway. All freeway we're getting close to 25mpg. I think the people getting 13 or whatever have a lead foot or do a lot of stop and go. So far no defects except for a carpet stain that we found after buying it. The dealer cleaned it up, and I think a mechanic probably did it or something. This engine really pushes hard above 3000 revs, and it sounds wonderful doing it. The Sienna felt like a barge next to this, and the Caravan and Chrysler both seemed too "plastic" or something. The Honda fit us great.
3-Zone temperature control, 8th seat, good-sounding 3.5 engine, 6CD, dashboard and gauges
Not a big fan of the wheel design, but on a van, who cares right? I wish the keyless entry worked from farther away, even though it isnt bad now.
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