My wife and I considered the Honda Odyssey and the Toyota Sienna, but liked the overall looks and reputation of Honda. The one option we both wanted, living up here in the frozen north, are heated seats. At first we only wanted the EX model, but had to purchase the EX-L to get the heated seat option, along with the other options that came with the EX-L. This cost us over $3000.00 extra, all because we wanted heated seats. After buying the Honda, taking it home and reading into the owners manual, discovered that only the drivers seat was fully heated, not the passenger seat, which is only heated on the seat portion. Honda should have had this information on their brochures.
Good ride, roomy interior and resale value. Spare tire stored inside the car. A solid, good looking vehicle.
A "compass". Switches for heated seats should be up higher on the instrument panel. Instrument panel should be better lighted. Did I mention a compass?
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