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We tested popular minivans from Toyota and Honda to see which is better — and the winner is clear

Business Insider Logo By Matthew DeBord of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 20: <strong>The Honda Odyssey is the superior minivan.</strong><strong>But the Toyota Sienna is an aging design due for an update.</strong><strong>For many consumers, the choice between these minvans is the only one they'll make - the Chrysler Pacifica isn't in the picture.</strong><p> It's one of the longest-running competitions in the automotive world. Not Ferrari vs. Lamborghini or Ford vs. Chevy.</p><p> Nope, it's the Honda Odyssey minivan versus its fellow Japanese counterpart, the Toyota Sienna (for the record, both vehicles, popular with Americans, are made in the USA).</p><p> We've reviewed both minivans, and we put them up against the other family hauler in the market, the superb Chrysler Pacifica, the only minivan in the US market that's available as a hybrid.</p><p> Now we're going to stand back and watch as the Odyssey and the Sienna duke it out.</p>

We tested popular minivans from Toyota and Honda to see which is better — and the winner is clear

The Honda Odyssey is the superior minivan.
But the Toyota Sienna is an aging design due for an update.
For many consumers, the choice between these minivans is the only one they'll make - the Chrysler Pacifica isn't in the picture.

It's one of the longest-running competitions in the automotive world. Not Ferrari vs. Lamborghini or Ford vs. Chevy.

Nope, it's the Honda Odyssey minivan versus its fellow Japanese counterpart, the Toyota Sienna (for the record, both vehicles, popular with Americans, are made in the USA).

We've reviewed both minivans, and we put them up against the other family hauler in the market, the superb Chrysler Pacifica, the only minivan in the US market that's available as a hybrid.

Now we're going to stand back and watch as the Odyssey and the Sienna duke it out.

Research the Honda Odyssey and the Toyota Sienna on MSN Autos

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