Yeah, true that.The only negative I've heard is, the design is dated.
Ok. Sienna out from my list too. SE Premium model w/Sport suspension that I wanted to check is not available in tri-state area (TX). Can only be 'specially' orderedThe Sienna’s platform dates from 2003. It’s crash test results are materially below the Odyssey and Pacifica. https://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/v/...mmary/minivans I took it off my list because I am not willing to trade any degree of safety for an incremental improvement in reliability.
Actually, I took it off my list because it is too ugly to ever consider owning. Toyota’s latest look has all their cars wearing big brushy mustaches, like they are in disguise or something. I find it bizarre...
I have same one (18 EXL NAV) and believe me 19 is the same.Ok. Sienna out from my list too. SE Premium model w/Sport suspension that I wanted to check is not available in tri-state area (TX). Can only be 'specially' ordered
19 Ody EXL w/NAV takes the first place. Secretly, I hoped to move away from Hondas
I really wonder if the 2020 release will make a big difference in Honda quality. So far with the 2018 and 2019 Odyssey releases, they have a piss poor track record. They would need to do a boat load of back pedaling to get the 2020s right. Add to that, they would still be under warranty obligations to the 2018 and 2019 customers - not an inexpensive fix!2020 is only few months away
Hello Hodna, i experienced same yersterday... i took a turn at good speed as no one was there, and all of sudden no life in engine or transmission ( engine rpm was still around 1800 mark). After few seconds transmission downshifted and revs upto 3000.
I think it's garbage. Shifting at 24 mph is rough as is 33 mph. No matter how I drive the car (accelerate more quickly or taking it easy, in Drive or sport mode). At higher speeds it's great but 24 and 33 mph suck.
Bought a 2019 Odyssey LX and have about 1800 miles on it. About a week ago, we started to also experience a lag and hard shift between 2nd and 3rd gear. Sometimes 3rd to 4th too.
I wish I would have stumbled on this thread a month sooner to avoid the dark road ahead of us and multiple trips to the dealership to get this fixed.
At what point can I ask for an exchange for a different vehicle? Or buy back?
I've never had to file lemon law before. Hopefully it won't get to that.
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dealer will tell you, this is normal for Honda.taking it to the dealer tomorrow where we bought it to have it checked out, plus do the door recall