2008 Honda Odyssey
82,784 Miles
$15,998

Palmdale, CA
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2008 Honda Odyssey
102,760 Miles
$13,599

Plano, TX
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2008 Honda Odyssey
116,286 Miles
$10,599

Baton Rouge, LA
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2008 Honda Odyssey
102,180 Miles
$13,599

Irvine, CA
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2008 Honda Odyssey
55,130 Miles
$16,998

Jacksonville, FL
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2008 Honda Odyssey
96,033 Miles
$13,998

Maple Shade Twp, NJ
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2008 Honda Odyssey
124,991 Miles
$9,948

Longmont, CO
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2008 Honda Odyssey
153,000 Miles
$12,995

Schaumburg, IL
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2008 Honda Odyssey
174,843 Miles
$6,747

Weiser, ID
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2008 Honda Odyssey
214,645 Miles
$4,000

Cold Spring, MN
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2008 Honda Odyssey
154,049 Miles
$9,222

Concord, NC
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2008 Honda Odyssey
183,200 Miles
$13,500

Chesapeake, VA
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2008 Honda Odyssey
192,529 Miles
$5,600

Lebanon, OH
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2008 Honda Odyssey
114,300 Miles
$5,995

Lawton, OK
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2008 Honda Odyssey
76,737 Miles
$13,000

Bremerton, WA
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2008 Honda Odyssey
94,415 Miles
$8,499

Rockaway, NJ
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2008 Honda Odyssey
118,789 Miles
$9,900

Santa Monica, CA
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2008 Honda Odyssey
153,603 Miles
$8,505

Tracy, CA
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2008 Honda Odyssey
106,324 Miles
$9,999

Burien, WA
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2008 Honda Odyssey
109,520 Miles
$9,999

Burien, WA
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2008 Honda Odyssey Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.5
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
4.5

2008 Honda Odyssey Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Honda Odyssey - Eight Years and I Still Love My Odyssey

JVS
Pittsford, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I've owned my Honda Odyssey for 8 years, and I still won't trade it in. I love the thought put into the design and its simple, classic lines. When entering from the side I can push a button on my key fob and the doors slide open. This is a BIG asset when carrying a child, a dog, or groceries! And when picking up my kid's friends, I can push a button and a door opens allowing them access. Everyone has good leg room, and as an added bonus, the center section are bucket seats! The back bench folds down into the floor, which is handy when we travel, go skiing, or when I pick up flowers for spring planting. And I love that the center aisle middle seat can be taken out when I need to load extra long items such as fence posts, and recently shelving. The Odyssey also carries more bags o... (more)
Story
In May I went to a particularly soggy horse show. Rather than sitting in the rain, I backed my Honda Odyssey so that it faced the show ring, and it became my mini shelter! I was able to take pictures, dry off my daughter, have picnic and at the end of the day, had a dry bottom for the drive home!
Pros
My favorite features is, first and foremost, the safety. I need to know my family is safe in my car. Second has to be the versatility. I run a small horse barn, plus I have kids. In my Odyssey I can pick up supplies for my business, then the kids and there's plenty of room. I LOVE the Service Dept at Honda, who always take care of any issues quickly. The stereo is excellent!
Cons
I wish a better towing package was available. I would like to be able to pull a basic two horse trailer. (That would make it my DREAM vehicle!... along with many other horse owners who take their kids and horses to shows on the weekend, or go camping with their horses). The tires seem to wear a bit quicker than I would like and I think could be improved.

2008 Honda Odyssey - Spacious and solid

Mathew
Connellsville, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
4.0
The vehicle was purchased to accommodate a growing family. We "upgraded" from a much smaller minivan. The price tag for these vans used is a bit steep, but when you look at the lack of mechanical problems and the average life of the vehicle, it is certainly worth spend a few thousand extra. The trim package was the selling point -- heated leather seats, DVD system with aux inputs, wireless and wired headphone jacks, rear view camera, eight-person seating with removable third seat in the middle, multi-zone A/C controls, power sliding doors, multiple point pass through in the middle. Many, many benefits to the van. It sounds and runs like a car, handles very well for a van. The visibility is a little bit shoddy in it, but the back-up camera helps when needed. Overall, the van has been a ... (more)
Story
Every time we get in the van, it's a new story to tell. Our big story is going to come this summer when we finally have a reliable and comfortable vehicle to take with us on vacation. Our kids are looking forward to living in the luxury with their DVD player and (maybe) hooking up a game system with the AV plugs and power outlet in the third row.
Pros
The trim package -- heated seats, DVD, back-up camera, etc. Handling is more like a car than a van. Runs quiet. Power doors. Power windows.
Cons
Sight lines are not great -- sometimes requires the camera rather than it being a nice added benefit. "Normal" van gas mileage 18-20 mpg.

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