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2018 Honda Odyssey Vs. 2018 Toyota Sienna

By pcprogrammer

3 years ago

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    “Which one would you buy?”

    • 2018 Honday Odyssey 44 votes
    • 2018 Toyota Sienna 35 votes

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    #26 3 years ago

    Toyota all the way. Nothing but good service out of my Toyota's with mostly normal maintenance
    - 1983 Toyota SR5 4x4 pickup 22R, had 200,000 when I sold it, 1993 Toyota Deluxe 4x4 pickup 22RE, still running strong @ 305,000 - Had a '92 Previa van 260,000 miles no issues, currently, the wife has a 2007 Sienna we bought new & it has 166,000 on it now. Lots of power, decent fuel mileage, & room for pin hauling & people hauling. Never thought I would be a mini van guy, but I do like to drive it. Very few problems & those it had were cheap to fix. A web site called Siennachat.com cover all common trouble spots, with solutions. Yes, the Toyota V6's are all chain drive now.

    Hell last month I bought a new 2018 TRD Sport double cab 4x4 longbed -1,200 miles so far & looking forward to many more -- yeah, I'm a Toyota guy

    #84 3 years ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    I worked as a mechanic at a Nissan dealer and they had problems you would never see on Toyotas or Hondas. A lot of which was related to cheap thin wiring and bad connectors. Maybe they are better now, but I see no reason to buy one, when Toyotas have always served me well.
    I'm going to drive my 2001 Tacoma with 180,000 miles on it until the wheels fall off. Or my wheels fall off, whichever comes first.
    Most Toyotas that come in my shop now with very high miles have no leaks and the owners say they have never had any problems. But there are a few exceptions.

    Not to mention Toyota's stellar resale value.

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    #185 3 years ago
    Quoted from pcprogrammer:

    I got my Sienna today!
    XLE Premium

    Same color as my 2018 Tacoma TRD Sport. Nice

    #202 3 years ago
    Quoted from pcprogrammer:

    We really love the color, not silver, not black, somewhere in between!

    Yeah, I was torn between this color, or the metallic orange... but my wife said the orange would make me look like an old guy trying to look cool. I had a 1983 Toyota SR5 4x4 in the metallic grey & I liked it then, still like it now.
    The color has legs.

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