Bought the van in '02 to replace a 91
Pathfinder. Has proven to be very
comfortable on long trips with to small
kids. Gas mileage is what you would
expect for a 6 cyl. Have kept it
serviced every 5000 miles at the
dealer. Had initial problem with the
power sliding doors not working. Right
at 36000 and the rear seat will not
pull out. Only taken it out 3-4
times. Dealership had to order part.
Also, the passenger power window
doesn't go down all the time. Overall,
wished I could have afforded the
Odessey, but this has been ok. Wife
likes it for taking the kids around
town. Don't get the optional center
console; waste of space and no space.
Dual power sliding doors
Extend the bumper to bumper warranty.
If Hyundai can do it, Toyota should be
able to and not worry if their quality
is so good.
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