Consumers are generally pleased with the performance of the Odyssey's V6 engine, and larger families appreciate the available eight-passenger seating arrangement.
The Liberty Limited was the most luxurious model with a four-cylinder or V6 engine, manual or automatic transmission, four-wheel drive, and leather interior.
The Liberty Renegade came with a 3.7-liter V6 engine, manual or automatic transmission, four-wheel drive, cloth seats, and many luxury features.
With its 244 hp, 3.5 liter, V6 engine and seating for seven in the LX model, and eight in the EX and Touring models, it's easy to see why.
Many Sienna models seat up to eight passengers, and you can purchase this van with a zippy V6 or an adequate four-cylinder engine.
Consumers complained about the poor fuel economy of the V6, and engineers worked to improve the fuel consumption for this model.
The Liberty Sport featured a four-cylinder or V6 engine, automatic or manual transmission, and available four-wheel drive.
The vehicle features a unibody frame and stiff suspension, as well as a powerful V6 engine and available four-wheel drive.
The turbo diesel was dropped in 1987, but the four-cylinder and V6 engines were offered throughout its production.
These vehicles usually come standard with four-cylinder engines, but many offer the option of upgrading to a V6.