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2011 Honda Odyssey OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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CN
CN
Mill Creek, Washington
4.0
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Minivans are not just for families! This Honda Odyssey feels more like a sports car than mom-mobile. The streamlined design allows for more height clearance while not sacrificing comfort or cargo room. The entertainment system is well appointed and reaches everywhere. It can go from cargo mode to full passengers in less than 15min. This is a very versatile vehicle and highly recommended.
Shawn
Shawn
Mechanicsville, Virginia
5.0
Reliable and spacious
I was undecided between the Honda Odyssey and the Toyota Sienna. I decided on the Honda Odyssey mostly because I was able to get more for my money. The back-up camera uses a large screen in the center of the dash which I love. It's much larger than the Toyota's back-up camera screen. I do not have navigation in my car which I really wish I did have, however I was told it's all set up if I ever want to add it. The captain's chairs in the back lean back very far and are extremely comfortable. There is lots of leg for all of the rows of seats. My boyfriend is 6'4" and says he has more room in it than any other car he's been in. I have heated seats which is a huge plus for me. I love that they turn off when I turn the car off, and the button has to be pushed for them to turn back on. I had a Subaru that you turned a dial to turn the heated seats on but then you had to remember to turn the dial off or they would automatically turn back on with the car. The Odyssey is not as wide as the Sienna which makes it easier to park. I don't feel like I am too big for the road or the parking spaces. A oil light comes on if you go beyond 6,000 miles between oil changes and gives you a % of life left. I like that reminder for getting my oil changed.