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Danc12

Looking at Honda Oddesy and Toyota Sienna. Open to other minivans. Had a Nissan Quest for 10 years that is ready for the bone yard now.
Home mechanic for minor repairs not needing access by mechanical auto lifts.
Reasonable price and widely available auto parts and user support knowledge.
reliable construction of major mechanical in engine and powertrain

Priorities: Fuel economy / Reliability & durability / Safety & braking

Need minimum of 8 seats

Will consider both new and used cars
Maximum mileage: 60000
Maximum age: 6 years

Maximum price: US $ 22000

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Response from LectroFuel

3:25 am March 30, 2021

I think you'd be best off with the 2004-2020 Sienna because of the superior reliability. The V6 has been around forever, so it is proven. If you want AWD, that is also available in the Sienna. The Odyssey seems like it either has engine or transmission problems for every generation.

But honestly, none of the minivans will really be hard to DIY. I think the Dodge GC and T&C with the Pentastar V6 are also pretty easy to fix, and the price of entry is cheaper than the Japanese options. They aren't as high quality though.

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