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Old 07 May 2008, 06:26 pm
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Default 3.5 Liter engine life

Hi all,

Found a good deal on craigslist for a 2005 Honda Odyssey 3.5 VTEC.

Price is low because this gal's got close to 150k miles on it. highway miles I presume.

So my question is, how well will this engine hold up. I am aware of the Honda's transmission problems. But what do you guys think about the lifespan of Honda's 3.5 engines?


ads here (i ain't the dealer, but just an interested buyer)
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