The Honda Odyssey touring is comfort, is equipped. Has Michelin pax system tires.
I own a 2008 Honda Odyssey touring. It is very comfortable and spacious for a family. Features: The features in my vehicle include FM/am radio, CD player with a CD player changer, captain chairs in the second row, capacity for 7 passengers, spacious trunk, entertainment system, sunroof, all leather seats, 16 cup holders, electric windows, electric sliding side doors with sensors, driver's and front passenger's seats have heaters, and GPS guidance with a large screen. The tires are special, they have the Michelin pax system. Reliability: This vehicle is very reliable and have had no major repairs, only those that are needed with wear such as battery and alternator change. Performance: It gives me about 18 miles per gallon in the city. It drives smoothly and performs good. Problems: The biggest problem that I have encountered with my the vehicle are the tires. They are specialty made and not found anywhere other than the dealership. When the time came to change the tires, I was unable to find anyone that had them except the Honda dealer and they are very pricey since they have to be Michelin pax system. Because of this, I decided to change the tires but the wheels are also a special size, they are metric and no tire would fit them. I found out many other owners have changed the wheels to conventional sizes. After a lot of researching, I found the closest match for the wheels and tires. My next huddle was to find someone to do it. I called every place I found but got the same answer, because it had the pax system, they wouldn't touch it and referred me back to the Honda dealership. I was finally able to find a tire place that removed the wheels that I had and changed it to a conventional size to be able to use regular tires.