2012 HONDA ODYSSEY EX

Used Truck - 2012 Honda Odyssey EX in Woods Cross, Ut

Price
$23,495
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    About This 2012 Honda Odyssey EX
    Vehicle Location:
    Woods Cross, Ut
    Year:
    2012
    Make:
    Honda
    Model:
    Odyssey
    Trim:
    EX
    Price:
    $23,495 
    Condition:
    Used
    Mileage:
    3,850
    Exterior Color:
     Celestial Blue Metallic (Blue)
    Interior Color:
     Gray
    Transmission:
    Automatic
    Stock Number:
    108087
    VIN:

    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    18
    Miles Per Gallon
    Highway MPG
    27
    Combined MPG: 22
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $107.39*
    *Based on $1.89 per gallon and 15k miles per year.
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    2012 Honda Odyssey EX 3.5L V6 Van Branded Title Bluetooth Power Sliding Doors USB/Auxiliary Inputs Alloys All Power Do you want to drive the car you've always dreamt of but couldn't quite afford? Well, with AutoSource Motors you CAN. We specialize in high quality branded title vehicles, and we do it RIGHT. We hold every one of our vehicles up to the HIGHEST QUALITY STANDARDS and perform thorough inspections before offering them for sale. As the LARGEST BRANDED TITLE DEALER in the United States, we have overcome the stigma associated with branded titles and therefore have earned the FULL TRUST of two of the largest credit unions in the Western United States. Based on our quality standard and outstanding reputation, these organizations are willing to loan FULL VALUE on any of our vehicles at the best market rates, OAC. If you want a quality vehicle at an unbelievable price, come to AutoSource Motors. Give us a call at (877) 292-2962 to find more information, or visit our website at www.AutoSourceMotors.net . This vehicle is eligible for an extended warranty. Call in for information on our wide variety of flexible warranties.

    Located at AutoSource Motors in Woods Cross, Ut.  Call AutoSource Motors today at 801-292-8950 for more information about this vehicle.

    Vehicle Options:

    • Dual Pwr Sliding Doors
    • Chrome Tailgate Garnish
    • Intermittent Rear Window Wiper W/washer
    • 2-speed Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers
    • Rear Privacy Glass
    • Heat-rejecting Glass
    • Heated Pwr Mirrors
    • Halogen Headlights W/auto-on/off
    • Compact Spare Tire
    • Rear Roofline Spoiler W/integrated Brakelight
    • P235/65r17 All-season Tires
    • 17 X 7 Alloy Wheels
    • Rear Storage Well
    • Cargo Area Light
    • Front & 2nd Row Seatback Pockets
    • Front Bag Hook
    • (4) Cargo Area Bag Hooks
    • Front/2nd/3rd Row Map Lights
    • Conversation Mirror W/sunglasses Holder
    • Front Door Courtesy Lights
    • Front/2nd Row Passenger Assist Grips
    • 2nd Row Integrated Sunshades
    • Dual Illuminated Visor Vanity Mirrors
    • Coin Holder
    • Rear Seat Heater Ducts
    • Rear Window Defroster
    • 2-front & 1-rear 12v Pwr Outlets
    • (15) Cup Holders
    • Tri-zone Automatic Climate Control -inc: Humidity Control
    • Air Filtration
    • Immobilizer Theft-deterrent System
    • Homelink Universal Garage Door Opener
    • Cruise Control
    • Remote Fuel Filler Door Release
    • Security Alarm System
    • Programmable Remote Entry System
    • 2nd Row Pwr Windows W/auto-up/down
    • Programmable Pwr Door/tailgate Locks
    • Front Pwr Windows W/driver & Front Passenger Auto-up/down
    • Maintenance Minder System
    • Warning Lights -inc: Low-fuel
    • Low-oil Pressure
    • Door/tailgate Open
    • Passenger-side Airbag-off
    • Instrument Panel-mounted Shifter
    • Scrolling & Mini-line 8 Display -inc: Selector Knob
    • Instrumentation -inc: Information Display
    • Tachometer
    • Miles-to-empty
    • Outside Temp Display
    • Front/2nd/3rd Row Floor Mats
    • Tilt & Telescopic Steering Wheel -inc: Wheel-mounted Audio
    • Phone & Cruise Controls
    • Ambient Console Lighting
    • Removable Front Center Console -inc: Storage & Flip-up Trash Bag Ring
    • 3rd Row 60/40 Magic Seat -inc: One-motion Stowing Feature
    • Head Restraints
    • Wide-mode Adjustable 2nd-row Seats -inc: Multi-function Center Seat
    • Walk-in Feature
    • Armrests
    • Head Restraints
    • Front Cloth Captains Chairs -inc: 10-way Pwr Driver Seat
    • Driver Pwr Lumbar
    • Active Adjustable Head Restraints
    • 8-passenger Seating
    • Pwr Ventilated Front Disc Brakes
    • Solid Rear Disc Brakes
    • Variable Pwr Rack & Pinion Steering
    • Front Stabilizer Bar
    • 5-speed Automatic Transmission
    • Front Wheel Drive
    • Multi-link Double Wishbone Rear Suspension
    • Macpherson Strut Front Suspension
    • Battery Management System
    • Direct Ignition System
    • Active Noise Cancellation (anc)
    • Drive-by-wire Throttle System
    • 3.5l Sohc Mpfi 24-valve I-vtec V6 Engine
    • Variable Cylinder Management (vcm)
    • Active Control Engine Mount System (acm)
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
    • Child-proof Rear Door Locks
    • Lower Anchors & Tethers For Children (latch) -inc: 2nd Row Tethers Anchors & Lower Anchors In All Seating Positions
    • 3rd Row Tether Anchors In All Seating Positions & Lower Anchors In Outboard Positions
    • Dual Front Side-impact Airbags W/passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System
    • Front/2nd/3rd Row Side Curtain Airbags W/rollover Sensor
    • 3-point Seat Belts In All Seating Positions -inc: Front Automatic Tensioning System
    • Front & 2nd Row Outboard Adjustable Seatbelt Anchors
    • Dual-stage
    • Multiple-threshold Front Airbags
    • Daytime Running Lights
    • Side-impact Door Beams
    • Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ace) Body Structure
    • Vehicle Stability Assist (vsa) W/traction Control
    • Brake Assist
    • 4-wheel Anti-lock Braking System (abs) W/electronic Brake Distribution (ebd)
    • Integrated Glass Antenna
    • 229-watt Am/fm/cd Audio System -inc: Mp3/wma/aac Playback
    • 2-gb Library Memory
    • Aux Input Jack
    • Usb Audio Interface
    • Radio Data System
    • (7) Speakers W/subwoofer

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    2012 Honda Odyssey Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2012 Honda Odyssey
    Best handling and most efficient of the big vans.

     

    Introduction
    The Honda Odyssey is about function and making family life easier. It can carry a family of eight, or half a high-school soccer team, with all their coolers, balls, tents, shoes, whatever. It can tow a small trailer with a motorcycle or watercraft. It can carry 4x8 plywood flat on the floor, with 10-foot-long boards can be stacked on them, extending between the front seats when the convenient removable console is taken out. Best of all, it's loaded with conveniences designed to simplify life.

     

    The Honda Odyssey was thoroughly redesigned and re-engineered for the 2011 model year, marking a new generation of one of America's favorite multi-purpose vehicles. For 2012, the only change, besides a new color, is that the 2012 Honda Odyssey EX gets some of the fancy electronic equipment previously reserved for the Odyssey EX-L.

     

    Though still called a minivan, there is nothing mini about the modern minivan. The Honda Odyssey, Nissan Quest, Toyota Sienna, and Chrysler Town & Country are big passenger vehicles. If you need a true mini-van, you might consider a Mazda5. For many uses, and especially for carrying people, a Honda Odyssey or one of its competitors makes more sense than a full-size sport-utility or crossover. A minivan handles better, is roomier, and is more fuel-efficient than an SUV does.

     

    The Odyssey is less expensive than a luxury SUV, gets better fuel economy, and has more cargo room, with greater flexibility in how the space is configured. Unless you need four-wheel drive or you tow a big car or boat, the Odyssey should work. Odyssey's third-row seats set a new standard in legroom, with as much space as the front seats in a Cadillac Escalade or even the Odyssey itself.

     

    The Honda V6 engine leads the class in fuel economy and delivers 248 horsepower. A 5-speed automatic transmission is standard, but Touring models get a 6-speed automatic that delivers better acceleration and better fuel mileage. Honda is a leader in engine development and the Odyssey's V6 is smooth.

     

    Comfort and poise are excellent, even with six large people on board. Six airbags including three-row side curtains are standard. The Odyssey leads its class in safety ratings, with 5 Stars from NHTSA and Top Safety Pick from IIHS. Honda boasts that it's the only eight-passenger minivan to ace both tests.

     

    Odyssey's main competition is the Toyota Sienna, which offers more choices with a four-cylinder engine, a sport model and all-wheel drive available but not eight seats. The re-engineered Chrysler Town & Country is an eight-seat rival.

     

    Lineup
    All 2012 Honda Odyssey models use a 248-hp 3.5-liter V6 engine, automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. The only mechanical differences among them are wheels, tires and the number of transmission speeds.

     

    Odyssey LX ($28,225) seats seven on cloth upholstery and uses a 5-speed automatic transmission. It includes front and rear manual air conditioning, eight-way power driver's seat, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, adjustable second-row seats, 60/40-split fold-in-floor third row seats, 229-watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 five-speaker stereo system auto-off projector headlights, cruise control, reading lights for all rows, trip computer and 10 beverage holders.

     

    Odyssey EX ($31,475) has eight seats and adds power sliding side doors, three-zone automatic climate control, driver power lumbar, second-row sunshades and multi-function seats, alloy wheels, removable front center console with two more cupholders, 2GB CD library and seven speakers with subwoofer, USB port, Homelink, Bluetooth, HandsFreeLink, intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID) with 8-inch touch-screen, conversation mirror, security system, heated mirrors, wheel-mounted audio controls, auto on/off headlights, compass and outside temperature display.

     

    Odyssey EX-L ($34,875) upgrades to leather upholstery and steering wheel-wrap, power moonroof, tailgate and four-way passenger seat, heated front seats, XM radio, front cool box, and auto-dimming mirror. Options: Navigation with voice recognition, FM traffic info, multi-view rear camera and 15GB disk drive; and rear entertainment with 9-inch screen, wireless headphones/jacks and a 115-VAC outlet.

     

    Odyssey Touring ($41,180) gets 6-speed automatic transmission, 18-inch wheels, and mild aerodynamic changes like side sills and mirrors with signal repeaters. Touring also adds to EX-L driver-memory system linked to reverse-tilt mirrors, an acoustic windshield, standard navigation and rear entertainment, third-row sunshades, third-row center armrest, multi-information display, corner and backup sensor indicators, fog lamps and ambient footwell lighting. Odyssey Touring Elite ($43,675) is a Touring model with blind-spot warning system, HID headlamps, and a dual-input 16.2-inch widescreen rear entertainment system linked to a 650-watt, 12-speaker 5.1 surround sound system.

     

    Safety features on every Odyssey include frontal airbags, front side-impact airbags, three-row curtain airbags, tire pressure monitors, electronic stability control, ABS, EBD, and brake assist.

     

    Walkaround
    The Honda Odyssey got longer and wider in its 2011 revision, resulting in good aerodynamics. It's still plus or minus a couple inches of its competitors in every measure. The grille and headlamps appear to be a cross between the Honda Insight and Civic, and Toyota Sienna. Odyssey's looks are somewhat daring, but boxy minivan architecture, function and mission all conspire to limit styling. Touring models have aero rocker panels and mirrors, and larger wheels.

     

    One distinctive visual feature is the drop at the bottom of the window line, behind the sliding doors. They call it the lightning-bolt look, a bit of an exaggeration, but it does break up the monotony and improves the view from the third row.

     

    The front and rear door handles are paired in a mild recess, almost reminiscent of a Rolls-Royce with rear-hinged rear doors. The power sliding doors can be opened without having to shift to Park first, sometimes useful but not a good idea to do so, especially with kids.

     

    The roofline looks something like a tent pulled taut over a stake, similar to that of the Acura MDX, or even the Mercedes R-Class. Taillights use clear lens signals with amber bulbs for visual pop, without the expense of LED lamps. A spoiler atop the hatch is standard, and the power tailgate (EX-L and above) has pinch protection. Roof rails are a dealer accessory.

     

    Interior
    The Odyssey LX seats seven, and all other models seat eight. We found it roomier and more comfortable than any SUV including a long-wheelbase Cadillac Escalade. Only a Sprinter van offers more interior space, until you get to buses and motor homes.

     

    With all three rows of seats up, the cargo area is 38.5 cubic feet, just 7 less than the biggest SUV. With the third-row folded it grows to 93 cubic feet, and with the second row down there's a breathtaking 148.5 cubic feet. A 4x8-foot sheet of plywood will go flat on the floor, and 10-foot-long 2x4s will even fit, between the front seats when the center console is removed. The floors are lower than they are on SUVs, so loading is easy. The Lazy Susan-like cargo area under the floor carries a spacesaver spare tire.

     

    High-quality cloth upholstery is used in the LX and EX, leather in the other three models, with carpeting and soft-touch panels above the muddy foot zone. The LX doesn't feel cheap like a commercial vehicle, while the Touring model is as luxurious as the nicest Accord. The Odyssey is full of useful bins and good ideas. If you've never owned a van, the Odyssey makes you wonder how you managed without one.

     

    The dashboard, center stack and controls are conventional, and the styling is conservative. The Toyota's swooshy woodgrain interior is fancier (and it has dual gloveboxes), but the controls aren't as simple or logical as they are in the Odyssey, and that's a big thing.

     

    The major gauges are easy to see through the steering wheel, which can be tilted and telescoped. Four small displays at top center are shaded by a hood, and we could see them even wearing polarized sunglasses. Center vents frame the climate controls, including a sync button to match all the zones, while audio and navigation controls are lower. Operation of all controls is reasonably intuitive, and if you don't like buttons there's voice command.

     

    The rear climate controls are overhead, where only a kid could spill a milkshake on them.

     

    A power driver's seat is standard. Adjustable pedals are unavailable. Tall drivers might find their right leg resting sharply against the center tunnel.

     

    The Odyssey chassis uses active noise cancellation and active engine mounts to minimize vibration. A laminated windshield reduces wind noise, in the Touring. In the middle row, any noise comes from the sliding door, and in the third row it comes from the rear tires. We found it is easy to carry on a normal conversation at freeway speeds.

     

    The view out the windshield from the rear seats is very good, with tidy pillars and front headrests. Of course, if the passengers are watching a movie using the available entertainment system, the drop-down screens take away visibility both directions, but that's how it goes, it's worth it. Having six passengers in back will be more of an issue, because the center shoulder belts anchor in the roof on opposite sides. Upper models have parking sensors, multi-view rear camera and blind-spot warning, but in the rearview mirror, the driver can see through the right rear anyhow, unlike some SUVs with thick pillars.

     

    There's a whopping 40.9 inches of legroom in the second row. The seats can be moved apart so that three child seats will fit, or you can have two child seats and still be able to move the third section for back-row access. The middle section slides forward for an easier reach for front-row occupants, or creates a large center armrest, and all can be removed for cargo. One lever will fold, tilt, slide or remove the seats. We love it all.

     

    Third-row seats set a new standard in legroom, with as much space as the front seats in a Cadillac Escalade: 42.4 spectacular inches. It's three-wide for kids and two for adults, with good headrests. Like the second seat, the split-folding wayback seat can be folded into the floor with one tug.

     

    If gadgets and details make the minivan, the Odyssey does not disappoint. Besides that removable center console, you can get a six-pack coolbox under the dash, grocery hooks, 15 beverage holders, four coat hooks, a trash bag holder for passengers, and bins, cubbies and reading lights throughout. Indeed, the Odyssey is a great vehicle for six adults out on the town.

     

    On Odysseys with leather, for $1600 you can get the rear-seat entertainment system with a 16-inch widescreen that shows side-by-side images or one panorama, using 650 watts driving 12 speakers in 5.1 surround sound. So in the unlikely event anyone asks, 'Are we there yet?' you won't hear them.

     

    Driving Impression
    It's easy to see why the Honda Odyssey is called a benchmark by reviewers. When it comes to road manners, it's the most refined of its kind. When it grew in 2011, it also got tighter.

     

    The 3.5-liter V6 is smooth, quiet, and efficient. It has active cylinder management that runs on 3, 4 or 6 cylinders as needed, improving fuel efficiency.

     

    Honda Odyssey is rated 18/27 City/Highway miles per gallon by the Environmental Protection Agency. That's better than the Toyota Sienna and Nissan Quest, each EPA-rated at 19/24 mpg. The Sienna V6 has a bit more power than the Odyssey does, but it isn't as refined or as economical when cruising on the highway.

     

    The Odyssey is about equal in power to the 4.0-liter V6 in the Chrysler Town & Country, but gets better fuel mileage, even with its 5-speed automatic versus the Chrysler's 6-speed automatic. Town & Country gets an EPA-estimated 17/25 mpg. With an EPA-rated 21/28 mpg, the Mazda 5 is more fuel-efficient than the big Odyssey around town, but the Odyssey nearly matches the much smaller Mazda 5 on the Highway fuel economy rating. Kia Sedona is rated 18/25 mpg. Regular gasoline is recommended for the Honda Odyssey and the other minivans.

     

    Odyssey Touring models come with an excellent 6-speed automatic transmission. The Touring models weighs an additional 200 pounds, but thanks to its 6-speed it accelerates better and climbs hills more smoothly than do the LX and EX models. The 6-speed transmission and its aero kit helps raise the EPA fuel economy rating of the Honda Odyssey Touring to 19/28 mpg City/Highway. The transmission lacks a sport mode, but we don't think it's needed.

     

    Vans generally handle better than people expect. They are often more stable than SUVs because they're lower. Among minivans, the Odyssey is one of the best handling. The steering is light on center, and weights up nicely with cornering effort. It's direct without being quick, gives good feel for the front tires, and pulls a U-turn in 36.7 feet, way tight for a long-wheelbase minivan. The brakes also have good feel, unfazed by our downhill charges. No van is tuned for sports-car handling, but that didn't stop us from trying sports car roads and parking-lot autocross courses. That tells you something about how it would behave in an emergency maneuver.

     

    We found the Odyssey corners like a heavy, front-wheel-drive sedan: stable, predictable and secure. The electronic stability control is not invasive; on the one occasion we managed to reach the limit it gently and quietly put things back on the ideal course.

     

    The Odyssey rides like a big sedan, too, admirably soaking up bumps. The Toyota Sienna is stiffer but compared to the Odyssey feels rubbery, leaving the driver slightly less connected and passengers rolling more. Among the minivans, the Honda is the driver's car.

     

    The Odyssey doesn't offer all-wheel drive, so it's not a van for places with lots of snow. The Toyota Sienna is available with AWD.


     

    Summary
    The Honda Odyssey seats eight, has a vast cargo capacity, passenger legroom, and is chock full of storage places and good ideas for convenience. Its crash ratings are the best for any minivan. The Honda V6 is smooth and efficient, with excellent fuel economy. The 5-speed automatic works well, but the 6-speed offers better performance and fuel economy. The handling and ride are sweet. The Odyssey can be equipped for full-tilt style and fun, with a rear-seat entertainment system.

     

    G.R. Whale and Sam Moses contributed to this NewCarTestDrive.com report.

     

    Model Lineup
    Honda Odyssey LX ($28,225); EX ($31.475); EX-L ($34,875); EX-L rear entertainment ($36,475); EX-L navi ($36,875); Touring ($41,180); Touring Elite ($43,675).

     

    Assembled In
    Lincoln, Alabama.

     

    Options As Tested
    none.

     

    Model Tested
    Honda Odyssey Touring Elite ($43,675).The Honda Odyssey is considered by many to be the gold standard in minivans. It's refined design with creative storage solutions, and spirited driving dynamics make it stand-out year after year. The Odyssey is available in five trims: LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and Touring Elite. All trims use a 248-hp 3.5-liter V6 engine that features Honda's variable cylinder management system (VCM), which allows the V6 engine to switch among three, four, and six cylinders to increase fuel efficiency. The interior features a third-row Magic Seat that folds into the floor. Maximum seating capacity for the Odyssey is eight passengers. Safety features such as side-impact and curtain airbags, four-wheel disc anti-lock brakes, traction control and an electronic stability system are standard on all models. Luxury features such as leather trim, dual-zone automatic climate control, satellite radio, navigation and entertainment system are all available. Redesigned last year, the 2012 Odyssey continues with updates to the standard equipment. The EX trim is now standard with Bluetooth, USB audio interface, 8" TFT screen, and 2GB CD-Library.


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    2023 S 625 W
    Woods Cross, Ut. 84010

    Local:   801-292-8950
    Contact: Sales Manager


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