Getting firsthand information from an actual car owner is one sure way to get an idea of car performance once it leaves the lot. Autobytel features real consumer reviews that give the unbiased experience of a car.
Pros: vision of the road-- extra horsepowerabsolutely no problems-- love the power of the engine---
Pros: power tail lift
Cons: electronicsThis is my second Kia Sedona. Although I have been pleased with it overall it has been plaqued by various electrical issues.
Pros: All the automatic features
Cons: Run flat tiresmost dependable and ecomomical vehicle for its large capacity
Pros: heated seats
Cons: No automatic headlightsGreat for parents with kids; car seats 7 people.
Better than Honda
Cons: 235/60 17 tires are pricey85,000 miles and going great! EX trim, fully loaded. No problems, good mpg, very good acceleration, roomy, best audio system available in a minivan, smooth ride with sporty handling.
Best Van Yet
Pros: Entire Interior and all Within
Cons: Had to Wait to Get ItI have owned several Vans to date and up until now this Honda Odyssey 2011 is without question the top of the line. I have owned a VW Campmobile for over 32 years and it was difficult to see it sold. I also owned a 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan which was a nice vehicle but neither can compare to the Honda Odyssey. I looked at all the other new 2011 Vans on the market and the quality and styling of the Honda wins hands down. So the real test is how it drives and rides in comparison. My best advice to you is don't... that is (Do Not) drive one because you will have subjected yourself to the WANT factor. Your done,finished,fineee,kaput...ya gotta have it! It is a dream to drive. I purchased the EX-L model and Honda's new color...Celestial Blue. It is pretty! I have already planned several trips and can't wait to get behind the wheel. My wife, has several new cars to drive and has not said anything about driving it although there are hints..well, that just isn't going to happen. If she wants one.. I will buy one for her own use. That pretty much sums it up what I think. Visit your local Honda Dealer and see what you think. You will not be disappointed.