2003 Honda Odyssey Ex-l Mini Passenger Van 5-door 3.5l on 2040-cars
Columbus, Ohio, United States
2003 Honda Odyssey EX-L Minivan
Model: Odyssey EX-L
Engine: 3.5L VTEC V6, 5 speed automatic transmission
Gray Leather heated seats, power seat, power windows,
power locks, power mirrors, dual power sliding doors, AM/FM, stereo,
rear A/C, air conditioning is ice-cold, defrost with rear wiper, center
row captain's chairs, roof rack, alloy wheels, 7 passenger capacity, ABS
brakes front, Automatic sliding doors, nonsmoker family.
It has been maintained well and checked recently, with oil changed
frequently. Battery and tires are in good condition. New alternator was
replaced. Everything is running great. Very clean interior as well as
the outside with no major dings or pings. There is little bit rust on the bottom of diver seat. The
back seats are foldable and removable to load big stuff. This is very
reliable nice minivan with 173,800 miles in a very good condition.
I knew it will serve next person well.
Thanks for looking!
Honda Odyssey for Sale
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Wed, 27 Mar 2013 11:30:00 EST
Here in New York, Honda is offering up a refreshed version of its well-liked Odyssey minivan, bringing with it a slew of updates including the segment's first in-car vacuum. It looks to be a neat little feature, one that families will no doubt get a lot of use out of. Kids are spill-machines, after all.
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 14:30:00 EST
On the outside, the Odyssey gets a revised front end with dark headlamp surrounds, shiny cross-bars in the grille, and an aluminum hood and bumper. We think the blacked-out grille trim looks fine on this charcoal model, but question how smart it will look on models with lighter paint tones. Out back, there are new LED taillamps, and it looks like a new wheel design will be on offer, too.
Other changes for the 2014 Odyssey include some structural reinforcements for improved safety and some new available nannies like lane-departure warning and forward collision warning. Inside, buyers will find new finishes inside the cabin, a redesigned center stack and pushbutton start. Scroll down for the full details in an official video and in Honda's press release, and have a look at new images live from the show floor in the gallery above.
Developing a new vehicle is not without its complications, we're sure, but usually things follow a fairly predictable progression: you develop a prototype, you test it, test it and test it again, then you put it into production. What you don't expect is that your prototype will burn to the ground, but that's what famously happened to the NSX which Honda engineers were testing a few months ago.
Sun, 03 Nov 2013 13:20:00 EST
Fortunately, the Acura NSX prototype is back on track, both literally and figuratively, as you can see from this latest batch of spy shots snapped at the Nürburgring. This camouflaged prototype looks pretty much the same as the last one, only, you know... less crispy. Which is to say, it looks pretty much ready to hit showrooms.
The naysayers may point out that Honda chose colder and damper weather to put the NSX back into testing - thereby mitigating the risk of another fire - but we're sure the Japanese automaker has been working hard to fix the flammability issues, whatever may have caused them, over the past few months. At least, we hope they have.
A problem reported with the Vehicle Safety Assist System has prompted Honda and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue a recall for Odyssey minivans from the 2007 and 2008 model years.
The issue revolves around a combination of parts and software that have been reported to cause the vehicle to brake hard and unexpectedly, without illuminating the brake lights. Imagine driving behind one of these vehicles when the malfunction occurs and you can easily understand how an unexpected rear-end collision could ensue.
Unfortunately, Honda won't be able to fix the problem until next spring, at which point the manufacturer will call in the 344,187 units affected into their local dealership for a fix. In the meantime, Honda will instruct owners on how to avoid the situation. For further details, see the full recall notice below.