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    Carseat Crazy
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    2016 Odyssey vs 2017 Sedona?

    In our search for a new vehicle we have narrowed down our mini-van choices to these two (although still have a couple of SUV's we are considering).

    We would go with the base model of both picks so neither will have all of the extra safety features. We are a family of 4 with no plans for more kids and captains chairs in the centre row is a must - I want an aisle for easy access to the back row. I know the middle seat can come out in the 8 seater versions, but then the two remaining seats don't have an armrest on one side.

    Just interested to hear pros cons of both vehicles and which others prefer.
    DD - 1/20/06 - 58 lbs, 54", Graco AFFIX, Harmony, Graco TurboBooster
    DS - 4/19/09 - 44 lbs, 48", Graco TurboBooster

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    Re: 2016 Odyssey vs 2017 Sedona?

    I'd go with the Odyssey. It would have more flexibility overall in possible seating arrangements than the Sedona and I think it edges out just slightly ahead in safety overall.


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