The World's Cleanest 2003 Honda Odyssey Has An Amazing 246,000 Miles On It
Automotive superlatives like "World's Fastest" or "World's Most Expensive" constantly change hands and the titles go to whatever chassis Bugatti sticks a 16-cylinder engine in or a car that Enzo Ferrari may have looked at once in the 1950s. But "World's Cleanest 2003 Honda Odyssey" is a record that is not often disputed among carmakers.
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#1 Oct 1, 2017
I wonder how many transmissions and hydraulic engine mounts it has gone through. Other then that and having features like DRL removed for the US market, a decent car. From a really truly awful company.
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