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1998 Honda Odyssey

condition: excellent
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
paint color: silver
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: mini-van

For sale is my 1998 Honda Odyssey. This is the last year of the first generation models (made '95-'98) that are more like a wagon than a van. All four doors swing open with power windows. It's also a four-cylinder instead of a six-cylinder like the later incarnations of the Odyssey. It's a 2.3l VTEC engine, so it makes great power, but I only put gas in it once a month. Best of both worlds. Also, fun fact, it's built on an Accord chassis, so it handles more like a car than a van as well.

Automatic transmission. Power windows and locks. Cruise control. Heat and A/C both work very hot/very cold. Has a separate controller and fan for heat/A/C in the rear of the van. Factory roof-rack. After-market alloy rims with tires in great shape, the front are only a few months old. AM/FM/CD player with remote. Professionally installed wind/rain guards over the windows. Professionally installed trailer hitch. Professionally installed 3M window tint to match factory specs.

Seats SEVEN people with third-row seating. Rear seats fold into the floor, and the middle row folds up against the back of the front seats. This opens up a huge amount of cargo space when you need it. The middle row also has fold up armrests, can slide forward and backward for leg-room like the front seats, and they recline. Cup-holders throughout. The front dash has THREE glove boxes, and a fourth smaller compartment next to the steering wheel.

Incredibly well maintained for it's age, I'm sad to see it go. It's a high-milage car, but in it's current condition I'd expect it to go for years and years. 241K on the odometer now. Most of the milage is highway. It's been my daily-driver for the past few years. It was very well maintained by the previous owners, and I've done the necessary work on it while I've had it. I replaced the timing belt/water pump when I first got it. Filters and fluids on a regular basis. Last year I put a new catalytic converter and o2 sensors in to pass inspection. It's completely ready to go as-is. However, like any high-milage Honda, it loses a small amount of oil over time, so I put in a little splash every few gas fill ups.

I got a deal on a newer smaller car, and I can't afford to keep both, so it's got to go. I cleaned it up and got it all pretty for it's next home. I hope that you enjoy this unique and often overlooked car as much as I have. Call or text Jon at n!n3-0n3, Zer0. $ix-0ne-n!ne.Z3r0.thre3.s!x.zer0 or reply to the ad by email. Either way works. Thanks for looking!

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