As America anxiously awaits a new Honda Odyssey minivan the Japanese automaker has relented to offering some incentives to raise its market share in the U.S. This news comes among heavy competition from the likes of rebate friendly Nissan and Mazda along with an aggressive Volkswagen that has gone to zero percent financing for the first time. So until that new Odyssey arrives, folks will have to settle for a good deal on an Accord.
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