Vans are for more than just soccer practice and carrying the kids to school. In this review Ryan takes a look at the latest from Honda and how vans fit into a wider universe of uses. Plus, we test the improved semi-autonomous features.

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    • Lady Wolf
      Lady Wolf

      TOYOTA SIENNA IS THE BEST !
      I bought a new 2010 Honda Odyssey, and a new 2010 Toyota Sienna, for my USPS Mail routes ..
      370 miles a day each ..
      Both vans were serviced by the dealerships I bought them from ..
      Both vans were serviced at the required mileage, including the transmissions ..
      The Honda Odyssey engine went out at 267,516 miles ..
      The Toyota Sienna has 359,987 miles, and still going strong !
      I have bought 3 other Toyota Sienna vans for my other routes ..
      I'm a Toyota buyer for life !!

      about 5 days ago
    • Jags
      Jags

      My choice would be Toyota for reliability and not for Extra useless features

      about 10 days ago
    • William Anderson
      William Anderson

      Sorry that ZF 9 speed is a turnoff. The Honda 10 speed is too new to trust

      about 17 days ago
    • Ptguy0618
      Ptguy0618

      Odyssey protec
      Odyssey attac
      But most importantly
      Odyssey got vtec

      about 1 month ago
    • kuty patooty
      kuty patooty

      I want a honda. Minivan so bad. But my husband says minivans are for soccer moms.

      about 2 months ago
    • HmongGuitarPlayer
      HmongGuitarPlayer

      You can text and drive when you are not actually driving loop hole for the courtroom to sort out.

      about 2 months ago
    • TheGomezIndustries
      TheGomezIndustries

      Why Honda still uses primitive timing belts in their engines.

      about 2 months ago
    • Brandon West
      Brandon West In reply to TheGomezIndustries

      @TheGomezIndustries You wouldn't hear a complaint out of me if timing belts went the way of the dinosaur.

      about 2 months ago
    • TheGomezIndustries
      TheGomezIndustries In reply to TheGomezIndustries

      Brandon West
      I just hate timing belts. A $45,000 car should have at least a more durable chain instead of a belt.

      about 2 months ago
    • Brandon West
      Brandon West In reply to TheGomezIndustries

      Weren't you saying the same thing on a different Odyssey review video? 😝

      about 2 months ago
    • Jotyking Stgt
      Jotyking Stgt

      Not touching gas not touching throttle 😂😂😂

      about 5 months ago
    • Frank Howard
      Frank Howard

      0:11. "But if you need lots of space...you can always get a large crossover." I disagree. Even a large crossover doesn't provide the space that a minivan provides, especially in the third row.

      about 6 months ago
    • Brandon West
      Brandon West In reply to Frank Howard

      It's precisely why we traded ours in for an Ody. Not to mention, with more than 2 kids, even a three row SUV is less than practical and you get darn near zero cargo space with the third row in use.

      about 2 months ago
    • Cherry Blick
      Cherry Blick

      When looking for a vehicle for a family, it’s important to put practicality and safety over looks and speed. A small, speedy car is not a practical or safe car for most families. A small vehicle can’t hold as many things or people. In a sports car you’re more likely to speed, just because you can, which puts you, the people in the car, and other people in danger. If you don’t care about the safety and practicality of your car when buying it for your family, you will look like an asshole to countless people, most likely even the people in your car.

      about 6 months ago
    • Miffer Ellis
      Miffer Ellis

      Look at the guy in the van 4.45

      about 6 months ago
    • Brandon West
      Brandon West In reply to Miffer Ellis

      I noticed that too. He was like "Is that dude driving with no hands!?" 😂

      about 2 months ago
    • L2Cotton
      L2Cotton

      Looks like the old Station Wagons

      about 6 months ago
    • Highway Cruiser
      Highway Cruiser

      this can't keep up with Pacifica

      about 9 months ago
    • Don porsi leagofeo
      Don porsi leagofeo

      I got problems with my , dvd , gps , after the system update .

      about 9 months ago
    • Anthony Michilot
      Anthony Michilot

      It's funny yet sad that no one talks about the Kia Sedona.

      about 9 months ago
    • IP Freely
      IP Freely

      Put a piece of plywood or a piece of drywall in the back of an odyssey oh wait you can’t do that you can with the Toyota pull a boat pull it up a steep boat ramp all-wheel-drive better have a Toyota the odyssey does it have all wheel drive bottom line Toyota is more versatile

      about 10 months ago
    • mark luis
      mark luis

      I miss the rocker vans

      about 10 months ago
    • TheMass33
      TheMass33

      At 4:49 the AC guy is like “WTF!” Kinda voodoo shit is he doing? No hands? Lol

      about 10 months ago
    • yaspeer shaik
      yaspeer shaik

      Where is the extra tyre. If tyre was panchared how we can change tyre and where is the tool kit inside car.

      about 10 months ago
    • Melinda Shorten
      Melinda Shorten In reply to yaspeer shaik

      yaspeer shaik extra tire is located in the second row in a floor compartment. So maybe the tool kit is there as well (but not sure about the tool kit).

      about 9 months ago
    • Tim Alma
      Tim Alma

      Nice job man
      Love from Saudi Arabia

      about 11 months ago
    • Chris Christian
      Chris Christian

      The one serious drawback of a van is if you keep it long enough to ever have to do work under the hood it's a nightmare

      about 11 months ago
    • eddie pan
      eddie pan

      Unreliable transmission is my issue with this car I have family and friends owning this car and are afraid to drive long distance

      about 11 months ago
    • Sally Dela cruz
      Sally Dela cruz

      I prefer Kia Carnival 2.2 diesel...

      about 11 months ago
    • ghavri naumi
      ghavri naumi

      Ultimate is GOD.
      ubiquitous is GOD.
      Mother Nature is GOD.

      about 11 months ago
    • Raghu Reddy
      Raghu Reddy

      Cross overs and SUVs r'nt good as Mini vans in function of moving people

      about 1 year ago
    • Leonardo Costa
      Leonardo Costa

      Correction: it has 8 seats

      about 1 year ago
    • SC EM
      SC EM

      What has put Honda above all others is a couple of things. Obvious pride in making a quality product. Obvious ability to listen to their customers. Enough humility to actually learn from flaws/mistakes, and address those issues. And the obvious understanding of what causes most businesses to fail: They don’t allow the temptation to cut corners (Greed) undermine the quality of their products. Try to save a penny, and you usually end up losing a dime over time. (Yes, I just made that up) In a word,...Excellence. Keep on keeping it simple Honda. “If it’s not broken, keep on leaving it alone.” More complexity = more problems, and less control. Thanks for understanding that better than the others.

      about 1 year ago
    • classybitch8888
      classybitch8888

      Sorry but this vans power was awful. The pickup is so slow even in the touring

      about 1 year ago
    • classybitch8888
      classybitch8888 In reply to classybitch8888

      Definitely go with the Sienna

      about 1 year ago
    • Lee Thao
      Lee Thao

      Too many colors don't match

      about 1 year ago
    • NeuKids
      NeuKids

      Hey Odyssey 2018 owners, does it really do land keep assist LKAS for 30 to 40 seconds ? I have CRV 2017 and although love its ACC w low speed follow, it does LKAS only for 8 to 10 seconds at a time please lemme know

      about 1 year ago