2011 Honda Odyssey Long Term Road Test


2011 Honda Odyssey vs. 2011 Toyota Sienna: Neck and Neck in Sales

June 08, 2011

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As far as the 2011 Odyssey and Sienna are concerned, buyers don't seem to have a clear preference. Year to date (YTD), Honda's sold 45,734 units of the Odyssey, while Toyota's moved 45,678 units of the Sienna.

When it comes to sales growth year-over-year, though, there's no doubt about who's out in front. The Sienna's YTD sales are up by an impressive 35.4 percent year-over-year, while the Odyssey's sales are up by just 5.6 percent. So the Sienna runs away with the "Most Improved" title.

Of course, both Honda and Toyota are still wrestling with the after-effects of Japan's March earthquake and tsunami.

Both models were redesigned for 2011, and thus far, the Sienna's upgrade seems to be having more impact than the Odyssey's when it comes to attracting new buyers to the brand.

Warren Clarke, Automotive Content Editor

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The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2011 Honda Odyssey in VA is:

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