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    • Alexandru Dumitrache
      Alexandru Dumitrache

      Saw one in traffic today and I fell in love. This definitely my next car!

      about 11 days ago
    • carshatter

      does this have a lip kit on it

      about 14 days ago
    • A.R.Rehman

      It looks like a 2011 way ahead of the time

      about 1 month ago
    • daosavat

      Looks like I might be the first owner on one of these in Winnipeg

      about 1 month ago
    • ali moes
      ali moes

      Where is the sunroof?

      about 2 months ago
    • Matt Wolf
      Matt Wolf

      2003? That still looks current. That was crazy ahead of it's time.

      about 3 months ago
    • Marilyn Maldonado
      Marilyn Maldonado

      My hubby just purchased this in NY and it’s cool seeing how many people are amazed to see this purple beauty driving down these Manhattan streets. We love it!

      about 3 months ago
    • Brando bee
      Brando bee In reply to Marilyn Maldonado

      How when these aren't legal in the US

      about 3 months ago
    • OsV OsV
      OsV OsV

      Look like 2016 car not 2003 designs

      about 3 months ago
    • Paul Johansson
      Paul Johansson

      In the U.S. they're a mini van too.

      about 4 months ago
    • Lucky Baldivicio
      Lucky Baldivicio

      Damn 03 odyssey? Looks more updated than honda 03 odysseys here in US.

      about 4 months ago
    • RH Albright
      RH Albright

      Hello, I have a lot of questions about the Rb1/2 importation. Please tell me what would be the best and most effective way to communicate with you about this specific vehicle. Thx. Ps... I can't help but notice that there are no response by Pacific Coast Imports on this thread.

      about 4 months ago
    • Josh

      What’s that yellow car in the background?

      about 6 months ago
    • OsV OsV
      OsV OsV In reply to Josh

      Toyota BB

      about 3 months ago
    • Saif Taweel
      Saif Taweel

      We are actively importing and registering the Honda Odyssey in Europe. We have a complete showroom dedicated to this car. If you are interested or want to get more info go to:

      about 7 months ago
    • Steven Bako
      Steven Bako

      hello, nice review 👍👍
      I’m from Indonesia, mine is 2004 version. 166k kms, it was my father’s from new, now he pass it on to me. here are my review:

      - the shifter actually ergonomic but you have to use the driver armrest, put your arm on the armrest and you you can reach your shifter easily.
      - mine has a VSA (Vehicle Stability Assist) and AFS (Adaptive FrontLight System), the headlight will move according the direction of the steering wheel and has an automatic folding backseat but doesn’t come with built in Monitor and GPS.

      after almost 15 years, major service were
      - the automatic transmission, have it repaired around 140k kms
      - Accelerator Pedal Position APP Sensor, just have to replace the sensor under the accelerator pedal on 130k kms.
      - radiator, have it changed on 120k kms
      - suspension, have it replaced on 120k kms

      overall, the car is very reliable both engine and electrical, futuristic design, even compared with current car model, fast (200ps Absolute 5speed ver., don’t take the 160ps CVT ver.), sporty and agile driving experience, feels just like driving a sedan.

      9/10 😍😍

      about 7 months ago
    • H.C Kevin Kim
      H.C Kevin Kim In reply to Steven Bako

      So its not very reliable.

      about 3 hours ago
    • DerangedSloth555

      Later generations styling wise is terrible.

      about 7 months ago
    • WickdPerfekT

      I want this vehicle in the states..

      about 7 months ago
    • 7c8f

      The new Siennas have 296 H.P. kicks ass! My 2012 has 266 which is also pretty powerful anyway!

      about 7 months ago
    • Bill Jan
      Bill Jan

      Nice car but got a heavy dose of motion sickness from watching your videos, Derek. Would be of tremendous help if you could use a gimbal for more professional looking and steadier camera shots. Unfortunately I will have to stop watching all your videos because they all make me dizzy.

      about 7 months ago
    • MR Islandtime
      MR Islandtime

      Almost thought you said RWB Odyssey! Wouldn't that be cool 😃

      about 7 months ago
    • Cuzzer55

      Wow very nice look for a Honda mini-van that’s a 2003 😳

      about 7 months ago
    • Cameron D.F Chisholm
      Cameron D.F Chisholm

      "Not sure what I meant by that.. Sounded kinda cryptic"

      about 7 months ago
    • Cameron D.F Chisholm
      Cameron D.F Chisholm

      Those gauges are awesome!

      about 7 months ago
    • mark rent
      mark rent

      One of my favourite wired looking cars, cheers

      about 7 months ago
    • Yoshii Woke
      Yoshii Woke

      best girl kyoko seems to have sold her own car......

      about 7 months ago
    • Michael Coffey
      Michael Coffey

      Very Nice :)

      about 7 months ago
    • fraservalleyimports

      Yes these are awesome, i cant wait to see one in person, the only issue i have with these and alot of other 2002 and newer cars from japan is that the navi, climate control etc is all integrated, which is cool in japan but once its imported to Canada, you cant do much with it, cant remove it, and cant really use it. so you loose the ability to have a nice stereo, or etc.

      about 7 months ago
    • Joe R
      Joe R In reply to fraservalleyimports

      fraservalleyimports I imported a late 2002 accord CM2 wagon with the integrated navi. I removed the dvdRom from its slot behind the door under the navi, and put an aftermarket head unit in its location. Unfortunately, I still needed to have the dvd hooked up in order for the backup camera to work through the original navi screen. Took some work to squirrel it away behind the dash, but end result was a decent aftermarket stereo hidden behind a stock access door, full use of the original display for climate and camera, just no gps.

      about 7 months ago
    • zeroyon223
      zeroyon223 In reply to fraservalleyimports

      The CU and CW Accord euro is the same, I've been looking at getting a CW2 wagon for a while, and all the buttons are integrated and in Japanese. I'm not sure if the Acura equivalent can have the buttons swapped over though. A lot of the nice JDM aftermarket headunits can't have the language changed either, our Impreza S-GT has an awesome fully loaded Kenwood unit that can't have the language changed at all. A bit of a pain really.

      about 7 months ago
    • King Zak
      King Zak

      Fire starts “what the fuck dad open the door” -Pacific Coast Kids

      about 7 months ago
    • FarhanAxiq

      still look pretty modern even after 15 years. The rear seat remind me of my old Honda Stream, except that it had AC vent instead of the storage

      about 7 months ago
    • undecided

      Anyone wants to drive right wheel vehicle in North America? How easy it is? This is not an Australia or UK....And what about pars? Ordering them from Japan all the time? Reasonable? Similar vehicle is priced @ USD$1680 available

      about 7 months ago
    • Bill Jan
      Bill Jan In reply to undecided

      The other reason is cost. For example, a 2004 Toyota Crown with 57k km can be landed in Vancouver Canada for less than C$5000.00. The car will last another 100k to 200k km. Name me a NA produced used vehicle that costs as little as C$5k and lasts reliably for another 100k - 200k km.

      about 19 days ago
    • Bill Jan
      Bill Jan In reply to undecided

      @undecided Nothing compares with the low low mileage of a JDM that is 15 years old or older. If you can find comparable newer cars anywhere in US or Canada that is of low low mileage (under 50k miles or approx. 70k km) and are near new conditions visually and mechanically, buy it. Otherwise, from my experience and with 99.99% certainty, you will not find one anywhere in continental NA, except in the auto wreck or the junk yards perhaps.

      about 19 days ago
    • undecided
      undecided In reply to undecided

      @FarhanAxiq Thank you for your reply! The question is - what I am gaining here? The cost is USD$1680 plus shipping to Canada probably USD$ 2500 plus registration cost (must be modified for safety) in Canada etc. This comes total to be above CAN$5500 and I can purchase newer Honda Odyssey in Canada, not 15 years old!

      about 7 months ago
    • FarhanAxiq
      FarhanAxiq In reply to undecided

      it share a lot of component from the Accord, part is a non-issue and for driving RHD in Right hand traffic, the only issue that you will came across is turning left on a junction and overtaking on a single lane road.

      about 7 months ago
    • Janitcka

      Gorgeus colour! looks like Nissan's Midnight Purple

      about 7 months ago