2004 Honda Odyssey Overview


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Avg. Price: $6,643
Avg. Price: $6,250
Avg. Price: $7,099
Avg. Price: $6,410
EX-L w/ Nav
Avg. Price: $7,333
Avg. Price: $5,925

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Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 17 reviews

Respect The Van! Respect It! by Charlie
 — We bought it new at Koons Honda of Manassas in Manassas, VA when i was in ninth grade, and I describe it as the best damn car ever. It has every available option except the leather seats and navigatio... Read More
Nice Interior, Performace Could Be A Bit Better by Karissa
 — This is actually my parents car, but since I live with them, I put it under Own. Anyway, I like the features in this car. It has the electric sliding doors, and rear temperature controls. It also has ... Read More
Great For A Family... Has A Good 200k Miles Left In Her.d by Fr.
 — I never liked the cupholders. They have these flimsy pleather things in them, which don't work very well. It also has a rather strange locking mechanism for the sliding doors. They have never worke... Read More

2004 Honda Odyssey Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 17 reviews

2004 Honda Odyssey

The 2004 Honda Odyssey is the same minivan design as it has been for years.  The newest thing in store for consumers is that Toyota and Nissan (for the first time) have provided real competition with mid-size SUVs.  You may wish to consider that fact when negotiating price.  

The V-6, 3.5-liter engine has more powerful with 240-hp.  All 2004 Odyssey models have electronic traction control via ABS with their (EBD) Electronic Braking Distribution system.  The option of a navigation system OR an entertainment system comes only with leather seat models.  Drivers really enjoy the looks of the Odyssey minivan with the sleek, attractive design.  The fact that the 4-wheel independent suspension makes driving smoother, also appeals to many user reviewers.  It has excellent fuel efficiency, low emissions, and with the back seat folded down, 146-cubic feet of cargo space.

Owner reviews are pretty high for the 2004 Honda Odyssey.  Now with standard side airbags, this vehicle has been awarded 5-stars in all crash test results.  However, the Odyssey review indicates no curtain side airbags - that are available with the competition.  This minivan comfortably seats seven people, and is probably going to add new features in order to keep its reputation as the best mid-size SUV on the road.


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Honda Odyssey Questions


Cost For Labor Only Replacing Spark Plugs 2004 Odyssey?

labor only for replacing plugs in 3.5 engine

14 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 weeks ago)

Drive Side Sliding Door Does Not Latch Completely

Hi, My 2004 Odyssey driver side sliding door closes but does not latch completely, if I push in at the rear center of the door, door will close and the door open light does not come on. After I push...

21,499 views with 17 answers (last answer 4 weeks ago)

Driver Side Sliding Door Lock Malfunction - Will Not Unlock,except Manually...

using remote or dash unlock button, drivers sliding door makes some noises, but wont unlock. it tries, gives up, then beeps and stops all together. if u move the lock manually, all else works with no ...

125 views with no answers yet

We Have A 2004 Honda Odyssey That Is Due To Go In For 90,ooo Mile Service A...

We have a 2004 Honda Odyssey that is due to go in for 90,000 mile service and was told it would be over $1100 because the water pump needs to be changes at this interval. Can you tell me why this is n...

2,329 views with 4 answers (last answer about a month ago)
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Passenger Side Sliding Door Works Until To Latching Phase..

Closing the door from the switch it closes up to within 3/4 of an inch and stops. I have to manually shove it to close completely. I smelled a kind of electrical essence and as I continued to try an...

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