The power sliding doors are the whole reason I'm thinking about a mini van.I drive a Pontiac Montana, not sure of the exact year but it's about 6ish years old.
I picked it because I was able to get it for $1500.
It's nice. Make sure to look for ones with power sliding doors if you can afford it. I LOVE my power doors. Love them. It's so nice to just hit the button on my remote entry when my hands are full of kids and have the doors open on their own. I really like my power lift gate too.
For what we wanted to spend I picked a newer model domestic vs an older model foreign. If I was able to spend whatever I wanted, I would pick the Honda hands down. My BFF has an '07 and it's wonderful!
EVERYTHING! (in my lowest deepest voice )What is the Touring one? Does it do something the other don't do?
yes, yes, i know.How many kids do you have?
:yeahthat:7 seater, I like the Ody.
8 seater, I like the Sienna. That last seat is a lot bigger and actually useful on the Sienna.
A friend of mine is driving your car.(I will gladly trade it in for a Subaru WRX STi, Blue with gold rims :drool: when the kids are out of carseats however )
No, most, if not all of them have side curtain airbags for all 3 rows now. SIenna and Odyssey prolly were one of the earliest to have it for all 3 rows.I may be wrong, but aren't the Sienna and the Odyssey still the only minivans to have side-curtain airbags for all 3 rows? That, along with resale, was one of the reasons we chose those 2 vans.
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