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    • Everyman Driver
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      about 3 days ago
    • myownruin187

      Sold my 05 Cadillac Escalade and got a Honda Odyssey and we love it, such a great mini van saved me a lot of money in gas and maintenance, the wifey only drives to school and store and the accessional doctor visit with my rascals, that‚Äôs it so one full tank lasts me almost 3 weeks, I highly recommend this van.. ūüĎćūüŹĽ thanks guys great review. Cheers!

      about 1 month ago
    • Megan A.
      Megan A.

      I love the jagged angle, I want it to look different :)

      about 10 months ago
    • texasjesus23

      Alex you Complain 2 much.. vans awsome

      about 1 year ago
    • Keerthi Kodancha
      Keerthi Kodancha

      honda odyssey

      about 1 year ago
    • Insite Gaming
      Insite Gaming

      Alex complains too much. I have zero complaints for this minivan.

      about 1 year ago
    • Wilson Pal
      Wilson Pal

      the question is who is going to be the mother lol. good review

      about 1 year ago
    • Erwin Besmonte
      Erwin Besmonte

      Our 2014 Honda Odyssey doesn’t have a keyhole.

      about 1 year ago

      I LOVE IT !!!!!

      about 1 year ago

      Dodge ???? Hahahaha..

      about 1 year ago
    • orcamistress101

      I'm a mom of 2 toddlers in carseats and we are done having kids. Previously, I drove a '99 Ford Explorer 2 door that seats 4 (now my husband's car). I loved that car, but 2 doors and carseats? Don't do it! My back was killing me. Especially while I was pregnant with my son and getting my daughter in and out. I love my 08 Odyssey EXL purchased in the beginning of March. I really, really love the external styling of the fourth generation Odyssey, but it seems I am in the minority lol. To each their own. When I'm ready to buy a new car, I love my minivan enough that I don't think I'm going to move out of the segment any time soon. Mostly likely another Odyssey for me in a few years! :D

      about 2 years ago
    • hmichaelr1

      We purchased an '02 Odyssey when we had 3 teenagers. Now they've grown up and moved on and (200,000 miles later) it's about time to replace the old girl. I keep looking at other options but nothing can rival the comfort, utility and reliability of our Odyssey. Fabulous vehicle! I've pretty much decided to buy another one, even though it's just the two of us most of the time.

      about 2 years ago
    • couchkamote

      hey, wendell bray

      about 2 years ago
    • Anthony Perez
      Anthony Perez

      you missed a lot of features.

      about 3 years ago
    • Dragon Slayer
      Dragon Slayer In reply to Anthony Perez

      Anthony Perez ya like the nos botton

      about 1 year ago
    • SAVAGESHOT 6666
      SAVAGESHOT 6666

      I am planning to get a new car,we have a choice of either a toyota sienna or a honda Odyssey,wich one do you think is better?

      about 3 years ago
    • glencannondr

      i watch your videos from time to time.  I think your solo format works best, not to take away from Alex.  He is competent.  With both of you it just seems crowded.  Anyway keep up the good work.

      about 4 years ago
    • Rocoto727

      4x4 ? 

      about 4 years ago
    • Irfan

      pretty late comment but here are the problems:
      1. Bluetooth Media 3 second delay , Bluetooth over phone call work great but on media player 3 second delay , honda knew and don't want to fix / internet is full of this problem but Honda does not care .
      2.19MPG local , basically 17MPG in city ( local) after 3 or 4 years dorped to 13MPG .
      3. the body structure inside the floor is not flat its has curves all over inside body its not   flat floor. plastic all over inside , decareful u can break any thing.
      5. two in dash screen one for different display and one uses for as a multimedia keypad , honda want keep eyes on your road instead of your cell phone and the keypad screen is so low down that when u want to change some thing you completely take off your eyes over road .
      6.staring wheel have sharp edges . carpet floor mats
      i m done

      about 4 years ago
    • Suryaddy Mohammad
      Suryaddy Mohammad

      Its nice to review on its development and new technology honda

      about 4 years ago
    • Lily Darcey
      Lily Darcey

      Just traded in our Honda 2004 Element for this model Odyssey. Only had our Element for 10 years and it was nickel and diming us due to all sorts of engine trouble after we reached roughly 80,000 miles. Honda specialists could never figure out what was going on with the engine, and chronic oil leak they could never fix. I hope these troubles will not be the case with this Honda Odyssey van. One expects Honda to be a reputable car,  and last for more than 10 years, so we will keep out fingers crossed with the Odyssey.  At just over 100,000 miles, the Element already needed a new engine, as we were told by Honda specialists, despite we maintained the car very well. The vinyl on the seats was also cracking.
      We initially bought the Honda Element, because our Great Dane could fit inside with plenty of head room, and we did not have to take out the seats. We just put the seats to the side and used the entire back of the Element as a cargo space. We had liked the Rubbermaid interior, as one could just about hose out the inside. We just bought a 2013 Odyssey Touring Elite used, with only 8000 miles on it. The car was well maintained and looks new. What we like about this Odyssey is the cargo space in the very back is big enough for our Great Dane with plenty of standing and turning room for him, and our pug fits too. We are actually able to have the front passenger seats still in place for other human passengers, unlike the Honda Element, where we were only able to have the driver and passenger seat, due to the pony (Great Dane) taking up the entire back of the Element. Love the leather seats. The Odyssey comes in handy even for those of us who do not have children, but have giant breed dogs. Plenty of room for luggage, and camping equipment too. Never say this car is only worth while or gets optimal use if one has kids.

      about 4 years ago
    • Umair Osman
      Umair Osman In reply to Lily Darcey

      +Lily Darcey Gotta give it to 'ya. Even after all the problems you mentioned with your earlier Honda, you still traded it for ANOTHER Honda.

      about 3 years ago
    • Nayomi Poturaj
      Nayomi Poturaj

      I buyed 1 olready

      about 4 years ago
    • Arjun Weerasinghe
      Arjun Weerasinghe

      @2:42 I believe that mini car belt is meant for the middle seat; the buckle and that clip pull down to create a 3-point seatbelt.

      about 5 years ago
    • Lucas Lawson
      Lucas Lawson In reply to Arjun Weerasinghe

      I actually paused the video to read the comments to try and see if anyone else was thinking that as well.

      about 1 year ago
    • Sheila LaShay
      Sheila LaShay

      I like to ride in them with someone else driving. Would never buy one, or any minivan. 

      about 5 years ago
    • T O
      T O

      i should have wait for 2014 i should get a lot of feature

      about 5 years ago
    • BeautybyBrianaXO

      You forgot that the Odyssey come with a vacuum.... the only minivan that comes with a vacuum...

      about 5 years ago
    • TARS
      TARS In reply to BeautybyBrianaXO

      That comes only with the 2014 version honda odyssey

      about 5 years ago
    • Noel Gonzalez
      Noel Gonzalez

      The Nissan Quest runs circles around this Odyssey and I don't understand why it's not said more often. Quest is better looking, outside AND inside, with elegant contrasting seat piping on leather seats and a much more user friendly dash layout with a pushbutton start (it's 2013-14, who uses keys anymore?). It isn't a depressing gray like the Odyssey is inside. The Quest can "only" haul seven passengers - one less than the Honda but you don't have to find a place to store those second row seats when you want a flat floor. Honda wins in interior cargo space but loses that deep well behind the 3rd row when the seats are down; the Nissan does not. It can have a flat floor while still granting you complete access to the rear storage area and has a removable center console in the 2nd row. Nissan has the dual moon roof they so badly miss in the Honda in this video. Sound system on the Nissan? Bose. Cup holders? 14. Quest is taller... better headroom. We bought a 2013 Quest a few weeks ago and have no regrets - Nissan needs to step up advertising!

      about 5 years ago
    • Paige Mansfield
      Paige Mansfield In reply to Noel Gonzalez

      Noel Gonzalez Well, the Nissan Quest has the worst crash test ratings ever. Odyssey is top safety pick plus. Look up IIHS

      about 1 year ago
    • wiibaron

      Is there any minivan that doesn't offer fob opening side doors? The back seat isn't powered? At 44k?  Not much room in the third row for that third adult you said would fit at the start of the video, not even enough for a 10 year old. And that door gash is so 1995.

      about 5 years ago
    • Amin Ur Rehman
      Amin Ur Rehman

      its my dream car.

      about 5 years ago
    • Aleem Mims
      Aleem Mims In reply to Amin Ur Rehman

      You should seek some serious help if this is your dream car.

      about 4 years ago
    • MusicforMe123

      This is one of the best reviews of the 2013 Honda Odyssey on Youtube.

      about 5 years ago
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      about 5 years ago