Pre-Owned 2022 HondaOdyssey Touring Minivan/Van

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      Exterior Color
      Black
      Interior Color
      Black
      Odometer
      8677
      Fuel Economy
      19/28 MPG City/Hwy
      Transmission
      10-Speed Automatic
      Drivetrain
      FWD
      Engine
      3.5L V6 SOHC i-VTEC 24V
      VIN
      5FNRL6H88NB028925
      Stock Number
      BC092124
      Honda Odyssey
      • CARFAX 1-Owner Good Value Badge

      Detailed Specifications

      • Max seating capacity: 8
      • Fuel tank capacity: 19
      • Horsepower: 280

      Dealer Notes

      SHOP FROM HOME PURCHASE YOUR VEHICLE 100% FROM HOME - FREE DELIVERY UP TO 300 MILES - CALL US FOR DETAILS

      We can do everything over the phone and deliver to your door free of charge.

      Call us now at 912-209-0652 or text 912-381-8335. Lifetime Powertrain Warranty. See Dealer for Details.

      2022 Honda Touring

      19/28 City/Highway MPG

      Clean CARFAX. CARFAX One-Owner.

      LEATHER, REAR VIEW BACK UP CAMERA, NAVIGATION SYSTEM, POWER SUNROOF/MOONROOF, HEATED SEATS, COOLED SEATS, BLUETOOTH AUDIO, REMOTE START, PUSH BUTTON START, SATELLITE RADIO, POWER LIFTGATE, DVD REAR ENTERTAINMENT, PREMIUM AUDIO, STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS, PREMIUM WHEELS.

      KBB.com Consumer Reviews

      Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
      Overall3.6Out of 5
      • Creaking at slow speeds

        By Rob on Sunday, November 01, 2020

        1.0
        There is so much about this van that's easy to love. However, we've had multiple vans that creak at slow speeds (backing up or moving forward when the car is moving relatively slowly. Our first 2020 van, we returned and the dealership replaced with a second 2020 van. This van creaked also after about 700-1,000 miles. There was not a fix for either and Honda wanted to "figure out" the problem. We were also given a loaner van, when the second was to be repaired and it creaked too! So, be aware, that Honda has a problem with some or all of their new 2020 odysseys.
      • Overall maintenance nightmare

        By Supernat on Sunday, October 25, 2020

        3.0
        We purchased new from dealer and have had problems with this car from day 1. We're stuck with it, because the value is far less than what we owe on the loan. There are so many electrical issues, I can't begin to describe them all. Most recently, every warning and alarm in the car would come on in startup (brakes failed, engine failed, anti skid out, power steering failed, all of them) every time it rains. When the car started shaking and reducing speed to 30 mph max, I had it towed in to find out fuel injectors needed to be replaced (this car is 2 years old!) and was told the alarms were probably from the toll tag position on the windshield (what??) Luckily, the manufacturer warranty ran out 200 miles before this, and Honda wouldn't cover a penny of it. Today, the passenger side sliding door just stopped mid way, no beeping, no backing up, just stopped. My wife says "oh that's odd, it's usually the driver side that won't close." she's just so used to the problem, even though we've taken it in 2 times for this already, that she's numb to it now. At a light, stopping engages the idle stop which shuts off the engine, a setting that impossibly must be disabled everytime you start the car. During this, we get a idle engine critical failure alarm when letting off the brake, which jolts the car forward a bit as the engine starts then stalls then starts again. The entertainment system that was supposed to have all these great apps available with the monthly Hotspot service has been completely abandoned, the few that are actually there don't function. The audio settings never save. It's like the manufacturer literally has never heard of memory, nothing in the car stays saved on next startup. Oh, the collision available system blares at us in the rain at every stop light that we're hitting something in the front right corner. If I could dump this car, I would never look back. Honda has really let us down on this one.
      • Love this van

        By Bob on Wednesday, October 18, 2017

        5.0
        I purchased this 2018 elite odyssey van in late May and I love it. I had been waiting for the 2018 to go on sale for months so I could decide between it, Honda pilot to the Toyota highlander. Boy am I glad I waited. The other vehicles were very nice but the odyssey had so much more room for passengers, golf clubs and luggage on long trips. The ride is great, very quite and handles like a upscale car. My fuel milage has been a combined 23.9 MPG for 6000 miles. Im a senior and the safety features on this Elite makes it a pleasure to drive. My favorite features are the forward collision and blind spot. My only negative is that it takes a while to figure out the infotainment system.

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