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2007 Honda Odyssey EX-L FWDReview
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Best Bang For The Buck — Drove this van from Alaska to Florida and it never hiccupped. Minimal maintenance and only had to have recalls done to the vehicle. Getting ready to do the timing belt etc in the next year or so. It is the best car we've ever owned.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Most maintenance free car we've ever owned

Cons: loud to drive, especially on concrete interstates

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2007 Honda Odyssey EX-L FWD with DVD and NavigationReview
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Maybe As Good As A Minivan Can Get —

As vans go, this one is great. It seems to have the interior space of a big gas-guzzler like a Sequoia or Suburban, but with good fuel economy. Three of the six cylinders are deactivated when you are cruising at steady speed. Even at 80 mph, the "Eco" light comes on, telling you that you are doing it with three cylinders. It can jump out into the left lane and accelerate up a mountain pass when you need it to. No problems maintaining speed even at 9,000 ft altitude. Great for camping and ski trips. Great in snow if you put some snow tires on it. The twin power sliding doors were a novelty a few years ago, but they seem essential now. I put some WeatherTec mats in it, so I'm not worried about the carpet when hauling sloppy ski gear, plants from the nursery, or bikes. This is just a really solid car, no reliability issues and very few annoying ticks. I'm over 80,000 miles with little more than the usual preventative maintenance items, oil changes, brakes and tires. The struts were replaced around 75,000 miles and the power steering pump was serviced or replaced for free on a recall. OK, I'm itching to buy a really cool looking convertible, but this thing is just far too practical to give up in exchange for a little ego boost.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Incredibly practical and reliable.  
Versatile seat configurations for hauling passengers or for hauling large items.  
The leather interior is pretty luxurious.  You forget you are in a minivan.
Sound system rocks.

Cons: There is a limit to how cool you can look in this car...  
No easy MP3 jack or USB.  (you can run RCA plugs from waaay in the back to the front though.)

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2007 Honda Odyssey Touring FWDReview
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Sporty Looking Mini Van — Great family car! Reliable, plenty of room and cargo space, good gas mileage, comfortable leather seats, entertainment system to keep the kids occupied is great! Smoothe riding, all the features you could want in a car. Sporty looking for a mini van.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Plenty of seating space and storage, all the features you could want, smoothe riding, DVD entertainment system.

Cons: Factory wheel and tire system were a problem with cost and ability to find so I changed both to aftermarket. Top quality rims and tires now.

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2007 Honda Odyssey Touring FWD with DVD and NavigationReview
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It Has Been A Great Traveling Vehicle! — Best looking of all family vans with all the ammenities. Drives like a dream and has been well maintained. Has been in for all scheduled maintenance with Honda. New tires in 2012. Fun to drive and comfortable for all passengers.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Drives like a car, but with the room of a family van.

Cons: The middle passenger seats are heavy, so it makes it harder to remove.

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2007 Honda Odyssey EX-L FWDReview
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Love My Odyssey — Excellent vehicle for families. Can seat up to 8 and still has some room for suitcases. However if you are taking a full load of people you will need a rooftop carrier to fit everybodies luggage. I love my Odyssey.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Love my Odyssey, plenty of room for passengers or gear.

Cons: Too much interior noise

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2007 Honda Odyssey EX-L FWDReview
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Awesome. — It can haul a lot of stuff and seats 8 people comfortably. Minivans is no longer for moms as 4 guys with golf bags is what I used it for in the past. If a family needs a reliable, all around automobile, then the Honda Odissey should be at the top of their list.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Is a great vehicle overall with oustanding power. This minivan has been consistently ranked as the best in the category 5 years in a row.

Cons: No drawbacks as fuel consumption is great and the vehicle is super roomy.

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2007 Honda Odyssey EX FWDReview
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I Would Do It All Over Again. — This is a great car. The interior design is outstanding. Great power on the road. There is noticeable vibration at 1500rpm. I am told by a Honda dealer it is normal when the transmission shifts between 4 - 6 cylinders. Exceptional!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Guaranteed Value!

Cons: Nothing

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2007 Honda OdysseyReview
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Buy It Or Sit In Mine. — Love the room and the dvd player!!!! Being able to take off my soccer stuff in it rocks too. Putting down the seats and getting the entire back portion of the van is fun too. Thank God for foldable seats :)

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: EvERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!

Cons: Nothing!!!

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2007 Honda Odyssey EX FWDReview
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7passengers Van= Sports Sedan — this asian Odyssey is low~ tht's why it feels like driving a sports sedan cars, doesn't feels like driving a 7 passenger's van~ is fun driving it, very sporty, it turns pretty sharp and the engine responds pretty fast toooo! I wish i can import it from Hong Kong or Japan to Canada~

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: fast, quick response, sporty

Cons: a little bit too heavy

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2007 Honda Odyssey EX FWDReview
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This Is A Great Purchase — I love that my car has some radio controls on the steering wheel. I love how much space the third row has. My van turns on a dime. My only complaint is that one of my automatic closing doors does not always close all the way and if I'm not careful I come out in the morning to a dead battery. I need to take it in to get fixed.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Reviews From Other Years

2022 Honda Odyssey Reviews

Review By Guru9B8C8V

Tons of reliability issues with this car. The quality control at Honda has gone down the drain. Update your engines and make them more reliable and figure out how to make a transmission that works. ... Read More

Review By Guru71NQW

This is our second Odyssey and I will continue to purchase them for as long as they make them. We put an entire family of 6 in one on a cross country trip, with all the luggage, and at still traveling... Read More

2021 Honda Odyssey Reviews

Review By Tseringl1

I love how it looks and spacious but it’s really hard to find the interior without leather seat and 7 seater with moonroof. That’s the only one I was looking for and still didn’t find one so I will ... Read More

Review By Becky

I love all of the options and the style. I just think it’s falling behind with leading competitors offering AWD and hybrid. Read More

2020 Honda Odyssey Reviews

Review By Meg

The 2014-2017 Honda Odyssey Touring is the best minivan ever invented. It has a screen at the top for navigation and a screen at the bottom for the radio so you dont have to toggle between the two sc... Read More

Review By Guru9DH19H

We love the layout and all of the features. It was a great deal and a great family vehicle. Read More

2019 Honda Odyssey Reviews

Review By Bebee32819

Husband has one for work. Amazing vehicle. I love it. Looking to buy one for the household now. Read More

Review By nmschrock2001

Got the 2019 Odyssey and we love it! Sleek, quiet, tons of options and plenty of power. Read More

2018 Honda Odyssey Reviews

Review By Guru9B9W8W

I would definitely go for touring model. One I tried didnt have cm radio Read More

Review By Ryan

Poor inside of car, the previous owner who was smoking. Read More

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