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    #41
    Yes it does have paddle shifters. Whew. First picture. My agent was wrong with her info . By the way that isn't me sitting on the chair. Just used it for reference. Nice car. Am seriously thinking of getting one .
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    #42
    liit yung paddle shifters niya, didn't even noticed it till i remembered your post about it. anyway get one now since people are lining up to buy one already, won't be surprised if in the next few weeks honda takes advantage of the situation and require in-house finance and all that other crap toyota pulled with the 86 and ford with the explorer.

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    #43
    The new odyssey looks ***y, my parents have the '13 version. it kinda lost some features from the previous one but also gained new ones. I noticed that it is now missing the button on the hatch to close it automatically, cargo space behind the 3rd row is a bit smaller, leg space on the second row also got a bit shorter. The new addition were the second row lcd tv(my cousin's Odyssey in the US has this, but ours didn't), captain seats and paddle shifters. With the shorter and smaller profile, it makes it the perfect family car. I actually won't mind having this as my daily drive, if only I can afford one.

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    #44
    I'm wondering whether the likes of Toyota Alphards and the Odyssey have problems when it comes to speed humps. You see, we have a huge speed hump in our village. How huge? My Sonata on stock has a 50/50 chance of sayad on the under chassis. It's fat AND tall.

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    #45
    Quote Originally Posted by jhnkvn View Post
    I'm wondering whether the likes of Toyota Alphards and the Odyssey have problems when it comes to speed humps. You see, we have a huge speed hump in our village. How huge? My Sonata on stock has a 50/50 chance of sayad on the under chassis. It's fat AND tall.
    From the pics yes. Long wheelbase + low underbelly clearance + long front overhang. Those humps should be outlawed IMO.

    *foresterx
    Not that it matters to your sis but it looks like with the stop/start system and CVT the Odyssey can get close to the claimed best FE of 14Km/L. Now I'm wishing I had a sis I could borrow it from hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhnkvn View Post
    I'm wondering whether the likes of Toyota Alphards and the Odyssey have problems when it comes to speed humps. You see, we have a huge speed hump in our village. How huge? My Sonata on stock has a 50/50 chance of sayad on the under chassis. It's fat AND tall.
    From the pics yes. Long wheelbase + low underbelly clearance + long front overhang. Those humps should be outlawed IMO.

    *foresterx
    Not that it matters to your sis but it looks like with the stop/start system and CVT the Odyssey can get close to the claimed best FE of 14Km/L. Now I'm wishing I had a sis I could borrow it from hehe.

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    #46
    Almost the perfect car except for the ground clearance. The ground clearance of Toyota Alphard is a bit higher than that of the 2015 JDM Honda Odyssey. Maybe the ground clearance can be increased by replacing the rims and tires?

    Toyota Innova is still the best option for convenience and practicality. The Toyota Alphard is a more luxurious version but for 3.2M+ it's too much. How about the Volkswagen Touran?

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    #47
    is it the fwd version or the awd?(odyssey)

    congrats to your sister

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    is it the fwd version or the awd?(odyssey)

    congrats to your sister

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    #48
    Parang ang sarap kahit ma-traffic while on the 2nd row captain seats

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    #49
    Quote Originally Posted by victorevolution View Post
    is it the fwd version or the awd?(odyssey)

    congrats to your sister

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    is it the fwd version or the awd?(odyssey)

    congrats to your sister
    front wheel drive. I think awd is only available in Japan

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    Quote Originally Posted by victorevolution View Post
    is it the fwd version or the awd?(odyssey)

    congrats to your sister

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    is it the fwd version or the awd?(odyssey)

    congrats to your sister
    front wheel drive. I think awd is only available in Japan

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    #50
    Quote Originally Posted by jhnkvn View Post
    I'm wondering whether the likes of Toyota Alphards and the Odyssey have problems when it comes to speed humps. You see, we have a huge speed hump in our village. How huge? My Sonata on stock has a 50/50 chance of sayad on the under chassis. It's fat AND tall.
    The Sonata could ground out on an anthill.

    But seriously, though... humps tall enough to scrape the underside of the Sonata typically aren't typically tall enough to cause problems for the Alphard.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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