2015 Honda Odyssey
19,593 Miles
$32,995

Missoula, MT
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2014 Honda Odyssey
24,619 Miles
$28,771

Centennial, CO
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2013 Honda Odyssey
42,654 Miles
$25,556

Conshohocken, PA
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2014 Honda Odyssey
51,603 Miles
$23,977

Conshohocken, PA
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2012 Honda Odyssey
89,097 Miles
$16,500

Jenkintown, PA
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2013 Honda Odyssey
86,995 Miles
$17,990

Riviera Beach, FL
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2014 Honda Odyssey
39,863 Miles
$18,946

Orland Park, IL
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2014 Honda Odyssey
51,125 Miles
$23,995

Downey, CA
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2014 Honda Odyssey
26,874 Miles
$29,995

Downey, CA
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2014 Honda Odyssey
22,989 Miles
$28,992

Albuquerque, NM
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2007 Honda Odyssey
143,803 Miles
$9,991

Olive Branch, MS
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2015 Honda Odyssey
50,000 Miles
$20,541

Manchester, NH
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2014 Honda Odyssey
65,502 Miles
$18,960

Manchester, NH
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2016 Honda Odyssey
22,139 Miles
$29,577

Manchester, NH
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2014 Honda Odyssey
42,807 Miles
$21,437

Manchester, NH
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2015 Honda Odyssey
20,118 Miles
$24,794

Orland Park, IL
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2014 Honda Odyssey
32,514 Miles
$29,917

Jacksonville, FL
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2015 Honda Odyssey
15,639 Miles
$26,550

Greenwood, IN
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2015 Honda Odyssey
38,683 Miles
$23,500

Irving, TX
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2014 Honda Odyssey
56,764 Miles
$19,980

Bradley, IL
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Honda Odyssey Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.9
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
3.5
Maintenance
4.4

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Honda Odyssey Owner Ratings & Reviews

2003 Honda Odyssey - A decent minivan with some problems

Anaconda-Deer Lodge County, Montana
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
3.0
My Honda Odyssey is a decent minivan that runs pretty well. But it does have some problems, like we had to replace the entire ignition because the key stopped working, which is apparently a problem a lot of the older Odysseys experience. And my sister had to replace the transmission in it early on after they bought it (we purchased it from her). Also, it doesn't have much get up and go and it jerks when I try to accelerate. The suspension is a bit soft, as well. All in all, it's been pretty reliable but not the best vehicle I've ever owned.
Story
There are a lot of minivans in our small town that look sort of like ours, especially the greenish color. So one day I came out of the bank and, without looking, climbed into the green minivan sitting in front of it. The driver of the van stared at me in surprise, since it was a total stranger. I'd gotten into the wrong car, because our van was sitting right behind it. My roommate, who was dri... (more)
Pros
It is fairly reliable, and the ride is pretty comfortable. The gas mileage is decent, though not great because it's a minivan. It corners fairly well for such a big vehicle. And of course it has tons of room to store and carry things in the back. That's really useful because we're remodeling our house, and being able to carry a ton of lumber and drywall and such is great.
Cons
The transmission having to be replaced, and the keylock ignition having to be replaced, were the worst cons. But there is also the fact that it has little acceleration and jerks and starts whenever I turn it on. The braking isn't that great, either. Also, the suspension is rather soft. And the doors are hard to get open when you pull them open by hand.

2011 Honda Odyssey - Safe, reliable family vehicle

Brambleton, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
The 2011 Honda Odyssey is a fantastic family vehicle that drives like a dream. On road trips the car is silent on the highway allowing the driver to enjoy the BOSE sound system included in this van. The gas mileage is above average for such a large vehicle. The adjustable leather seating accommodates drivers of all sizes with ease. This van has three rows and the ability to extend the trunk size by folding down the last row so you can carry large and long objects if needed. The middle row console is removable to allow easy access to the back. The sleek body design transcends a typical van look into something desirable for the driver. The van has quick pick up with a 6-cylinder engine that accelerates quickly for the driver. True to the Honda brand, the van is extremely reliable and asi... (more)
Story
We take our van to Florida every summer on a multi-state road trip and it has never let us down with performance or comfort. We never have to worry about break downs or computer errors happening during our trips.
Pros
The side doors open and close with a simple button push by the driver making car pool a snap at the school with the children. The last row seats are easy to fold down or put back up to accommodate those extra shopping trips with bulky items. Although the van is large it's easy to maneuver for parking and on the road, and the brakes work well if you need to stop quickly.
Cons
The navigation is tricky to use and does not provide real-time traffic updates. It can only be updated with new roads and maps by ordering a CD from the dealership which is inconvenient. The dashboard drawer allows items to fall behind it and you aren't able to remove the drawer to retrieve any lost objects.

2003 Honda Odyssey - I never thought id drive or like a minivan until I got this one

Yuma, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I own a 2003 Honda Odyssey. The con at the current moment is the transmission seems to be going out so my dad who's a mechanic thank goodness is fixing it. A few of the cons are: it has old style cup holders that don't fit the new huge cups we fat Americans now use. I have spilled many drinks. The gas mileage isn't that great either but considering how big it is, it makes sense that it doesn't. The pros are it has automatic doors which are awesome for getting my kids in and out of it. It also has heated seats so when we are in Utah for the winter it warms up quickly. The ac has always been great which we need because we live in Yuma Arizona. It has always had a smooth drive and I love it. I also like how the seats are arranged so in the middle section they are apart so my kids don't fi... (more)
Story
We drove all the way from Yuma to Utah and made tons of pit stops and had a great trip. The car had great ac when we needed it then changed to heated seats once it got cold.
Pros
Automatic doors, big trunk size, arrangement of the seats, ac, heated seats, fast acceleration, wide angle viewing of the road.
Cons
The automatic doors can sometimes get jammed, transmission went bad, terrible cup holders, not great on gas.