I agree, it's a very subjective thing, and in my case, I'm the opposite of you. I disliked the Ody's appearance when I first saw it, but I see so many around here I've gotten to like it quite a bit, despite the odd side styling. The new Sienna, OTOH, is an abomination in the styling department. I know styling should be somewhat irrelevant on minivan, but still...USA said:But when I imagine that I'd have to look at the side of this 2011 Ody for the next 10 years, while the 2011 Sienna looks so much better, I went back to the Sienna again. I know that this is very subjective, this is just me.
I wonder the same too. And not just about Honda. Chrysler/Dodge, Ford and GM minivans too! Are transmissions that complicated?I looked up transmission problems with oddessy , and read for days ,, Cannot believe it spans from like 2000 to current model , with a strong co , I'm puzzled why this was not handled after one year
http://www.siennachat.com/forum/89-general-discussion/207537-did-i-make-mistake.htmlI wonder the same too. And not just about Honda. Chrysler/Dodge, Ford and GM minivans too! Are transmissions that complicated?
Well, NO! Not in this case. You simply refuse to accept the fact that defective component do exist. There will always be a few defective engines, transmissions, alternators, compressors, etc... There is simply no chance to ensure that each and every component produced is perfect. Not even in the Lexus world. Hence the warranty!http://www.siennachat.com/forum/89-general-discussion/207537-did-i-make-mistake.html
Well it looks like Toyota even makes a bad transmission.