Now over 181,000 miles on the car, I think I'm qualified to call the Odyssey a piece of Junk!
The ticking sound a lot of people hear when turning the car; those are no doubt, defective CV shaft and joints.
You just won't find out until you put more miles on the car.
I took the car in at 5,000 miles because of the ticking; the dealer "lubricated" the front strut mounts?
Between 12,000 and 93,000 miles, I had six (6) front brake jobs, including 3 rotor replacements.
Turns out that quite possibly, the Dealer mechanics were not re-installing the rotors to proper specs, and they would warp in no time!
Ever since taking it to my independent shop; Zero problems (brakes).
Many other Defects!
Fairly Quiet and very, smooth ride.
Front seats very Uncomfortable for any distance driving. No room to move legs, like being wrapped in a freakin' cocoon.
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