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#10 2009 Honda Odyssey

The standard features of the Honda Odyssey EX include 3.5L V-6 244HP engine, 5-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS), side seat mounted airbags, curtain 1st, 2nd and 3rd row overhead airbag, airbag occupancy sensor, automatic air conditioning, 16" aluminum wheels, cruise control, ABS and driveline traction control, and a stability control.

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Finally time to upgrade the family vehicle? If you haven’t shopped minivans for a while, you might be a bit surprised. New technology and safety features add a lot of value to a minivan, but such features also lead to steep increases in price. Shopping for a used minivan is one good way to avoid some of that pain, although it’s not without its own share of potential headaches. It’s possible to avoid getting taken for a ride, though. Read the list of the top 10 used vans, do some comparison shopping in your area, and you might be on your way to scoring a good deal on your household’s next van.

When you’re shopping for one of the top 10 used minivans, do yourself a favor and don’t think about the previous owner or any of the long road trip family vacations that might have taken place in each vehicle. Imagining the wear and tear is sure to be stressful. Instead, get an idea of what models you might be interested in, and then check locally for vans that sound like they have good potential for your family. When you go to test drive each of the top used minivans, spend a lot of time looking at the condition. Since each van will be different based on how the previous owner treated and maintained it, finding a used minivan in good condition is key to ensuring you are getting a good value for your family. Just because a model has earned a place on the list of the top used vans doesn’t ensure a particular van of that model is a good buy. Used car conditions and prices vary drastically. So though the list of the top 10 used minivans is a good place to start, you’ve still got to use your common sense.