2011 Honda Odyssey User Reviews
EX-L w/ Navigation System shown
- $19,096 - $30,851
- No trim specified for this review
- Quiet, Smooth ride, good visibility. Low step in height.
- Price, Color, fit and finish, bland. MPG
Purchased As Not Purchased
Test drove the Odyssey and Sienna on the same day. Was surprised how quiet the Honda was compared to the Toyota. Second row seats are easier to move than the Sienna's, but the third row was more difficult to fold flat. No place to store the middle seat like in the Toyota. The steering was almost too loose on the Honda and the interior was very bland and did not have the fit and finish that I expected from Honda. The Toyota seemed more refined. The vehicle height was lower on the Honda and much easier to get a toddler in and out of. Disappointed that the variable cylinder engine didn't perform better. Could have been a deal maker if it got better MPG. None of the 'affordable' trim levels had the cooling bin (which is just cool air from the AC that is used to cool drinks, according to the sales guy). Also didn't like the color options. What is it with dealers and drab colors this year? Don't think I'll be buying one of these. Nice van, but a bit pricey for what you get.
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