Bought this new. Had a noise coming from the front strut at 10K miles. Took it to the dealership and the performed service bulletin 11-038, that fixed the problem for another 10K until the noise came back. Took it back to the dealership and they fix it again. Another 15K or so and the noise came back. Took it back to the dealership, now they found they have to change the struts. Car out of warranty, Honda made me paid for the repair, although it had been documented that this was a problem and they even had a service bulletin out. Do some research and see how many service bulletins there are. I guess 2011 wasn't a good year for Odysseys, and Honda won't stand by their products.
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I test drove a tan LX that I loved and was fun to drive.
I purchased a different one for a better price and it does not seem at all like the one I tested (yes, they were both LX's) Mine has 4K miles on it and the SVT traction sensor has gone bad.
The cheap plastic used in construction scratches/dents easily and leaves white gouges.
I can move the dashboard with my hand. The city gas mpg is more around the 12-13 mark than the 19 stated by the EPA.
I have found the controls awkward.
The van is very bumpy, the ECO light constantly goes on and off and I can feel the shifting when this happens, and it does not have very much power.
Overall, wish I had purchased the Sienna
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I had a 2008 EX model prior to this. This time, I leased the "base" model, as it was most affordable, and I didn't think I'd miss the power doors and a couple of other features. I do miss them, but not that much.
The overall appearance even on the LX model is nicer, more rugged appearance. Love the 17" wheels, even the LX model looks nicer than my old one. Brakes are noticeably better. I do like the controls on the old EX better.
Overall though, the feeling, responsiveness of this van is a step up from the old model.
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