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2001 Honda Odyssey Ex W/navigation 1 Owner Clean Carfax New Michelins 43 Records on 2040-cars

US $4,980.00
Year:2001 Mileage:154870 Color: Taffeta White
Location:

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Auto Services in Tennessee

Valvoline Instant Oil Change ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Auto Oil & Lube, Automotive Tune Up Service
Address: 1022 Decatur Pike, Niota
Phone: (423) 745-2031

Transmission Store The ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Auto Transmission
Address: 1203 Dickerson Pike, Nashville
Phone: (615) 227-6806

Tire World Inc ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Tire Dealers
Address: 1211 Memorial Blvd, Bradyville
Phone: (615) 225-5000

The Muffler Place ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Mufflers & Exhaust Systems
Address: 441 W Main St, White-House
Phone: (615) 451-0058

Southern Customs Collision ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Body Repairing & Painting, Automobile Customizing
Address: 2114 Dayton Blvd, Red-Bank
Phone: (423) 870-0824

Pull-A-Part Knoxville ★★★★★

Automobile Parts & Supplies, Auto Body Parts, Used & Rebuilt Auto Parts
Address: 5800 Rutledge Pike, Heiskell
Phone: (865) 523-8000

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Toyota tops Consumer Reports best, worst used car values

Tue, 18 Mar 2014 17:14:00 EST

We often mock Toyota for building boring, soulless cars, but a new study by Consumer Reports suggests that regardless of whether that's true, the company has some of the best used cars on the market. In its report on used cars from 2004-2013, the Japanese automaker had 11 vehicles among its brands on the list - more than any other automaker.
CR breaks the list down by cost and vehicle size, and Toyota has at least one entry at every price point and in nearly every segment. To score a recommendation, a vehicle had to perform well in the magazine's initial tests and score above-average reliability results. It also tried to only suggest cars with electronic stability control. Of the 28 recommended vehicles, Honda/Acura had the second most mentions at six, and Ford, Hyundai and Subaru managed two each.
The Detroit brands also made it to the list, but not in a positive way. Consumer Reports compiled a list of 22 vehicles it wouldn't recommend because "they have multiple years of much-worse-than-average overall reliability." General Motors had the most unrecommended models on the list at six, but Chrysler and Ford weren't far behind, with five cars each from their brands not making the grade. The full list of recommendations is available on CR's website.

Honda CR-Z carbon-fiber prototype

Tue, 03 Dec 2013 12:01:00 EST

When Honda rolled out the CR-Z a few years ago, it hoped to bridge the gap between those who would save the planet and those who would rather burn all of its resources in a glorious cloud of tire smoke. But enthusiasts recalling the CRX of 1980s vintage balked, imploring Honda to ditch the heavy battery packs and electric motors in favor of a lighter-weight, more conventional powertrain. At this point it seems less likely that Honda would do so at one end of the market than Porsche would ditch the hybrid component of its 918 Spyder at the other. But that doesn't mean Honda isn't still cooking up ways to curb the CR-Z's weight. And it had just one such idea waiting for us when we visited its Japanese R&D center at Tochigi last week.
Nestled in between the JDM hatchbacks, powertrain test mules and new technology prototypes Honda rolled out for us sat the experimental CR-Z you see here. While it may look mostly like the hybrid sport-hatch you can pick up at your local dealer (albeit blacked out), nearly all of this prototype's bodywork has been completely replaced, as have its basic underpinnings, with carbon-fiber reinforced plastic. The exotic material is usually reserved for high-end exotics, but like BMW is democratizing its use in the new i3, so too is Honda researching ways to implement the use of carbon fiber on a mass scale. This one-of-a-kind CR-Z prototype stands, for the time being, as the embodiment of that effort.
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Analysts say Honda's growing woes in Europe not just the economy

Tue, 12 Feb 2013 14:30:00 EST

There is no denying that the European auto market is taking its lumps right now - just ask Peugeot - but Honda might be taking this downturn on the chin a little harder than some of the other Japanese automakers doing business on the continent. Automotive News Europe is reporting that things have gotten so bad for Honda that it will be cutting 800 workers from Swindon, England plant that builds the CR-V, Civic and Jazz (a.k.a. Fit). This will be the first time Honda has made such cuts in more than 20 years.
Despite an increase in output last year over 2011 (165,607 units compared to 97,459), the Swindon plant is still running well below its full capacity (250,000/year), and its 66 percent capacity is less than the expected breakeven point of industry analysts (75 to 80 percent). Unlike in the US, however, Honda's new CR-V and Civic aren't selling well, and the similarly sized Nissan Qashqai is outselling the CR-V at a rate of more than five to one. Slow CR-V sales are blamed on a relatively high price and the crossover's conservative styling. On the complete opposite side of the spectrum, the report notes that Nissan continues to experience growth at its UK operations, leading analysts to suggest that Honda can't blame the sour economy for much of its woes.