Review: Honda Odyssey (2003)

Big, Chrysler Grand Voyager sized 7 seat MPV with 2-2-3 seating. 175PS 2.4 4-cylinder engine. CVT Automatic transmission with paddles.

Never officially on sale in the UK

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10 January 2003 Odyssey launched

Odyssey name applied to an MPV that looks more like a large station wagon, similar to the Grandis and Mercedes-Benz R-Class. Originally launched 2003 to complement the Stream, Stepwagon and Elysion... Read more

Honda Odyssey (2003): At A Glance

Honda's big seven-seater MPV originally introduced in 2003.

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Where can I sell my Honda Lagreat, which is a Japanese import?

I'm trying to sell a 2003 Honda Lagreat Exclusive 3.5 VTEC but can't get a valuation, even from Honda, on a trade-in. What is the best way to get my car valued and sold? This vehicle is known in the States as an Odyssey, and mine was imported brand new from Japan by a family friend who owned it for three years, and I have had it for four years. It has covered 68,000 miles and been looked after by a Honda main dealer.
You're best off selling privately or to an import specialist. UK Honda dealers wouldn't touch a car like that. Try looking on Autotrader for similar models to see what they're going for, or contact a specialist like www.car-imports-direct.com
Answered by Dan Harrison
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