I've had three Honda's now. A 2004 Civic that I still own and is running strong, a 2005 CR-V that ran great, and now this POS 2013 Honda Odyssey. Talk about a turn around. I'm not sure if we just got a dud, or Honda's QA team took a break. The build quality is less than stellar. Since having the car for less than a year, the front side window lining has rotted off, various knobs and plastic pieces having decided to fall off, the back bumper has warped out of place for some reason, and the front bumper is warping on the passenger side (we live in AZ). I took it through a car was once, and big mistake! No trouble with my other vehicles, but the cheap chrome plastic crap on the front snapped off it after taking it through once. The back wiper also took a hit and had to be bent back into place. The underside looks all rusted now too, and does not appear to be holding up well. I just feel like the build quality is really poor on this as compared to my other Honda experiences. I absolutely love my 2004 civic, and would by another one if I could. That think feels like a tank, whereas this Odyssey feels like it may explode if I fart on it. On top of all this, I now have a check fuel cap error. After researching, this sounds like a common issue for Honda? Maybe not, but I tried a new gas cap and new purge valve solenoid, and no luck. It sucks that it only has 51,000 miles and already has this many issues. Would definitely NOT purchase another. I'm now questioning if I'll even bother with Honda in the future.