The Honda Odyssey has been a favorite among minivans, although it competes in an increasingly competitive class. It's laudably quiet with decent fuel economy, and it stands out in terms of seating configurability and room for eight. With an appealing mix of cargo capacity, adaptability and tech options, The Odyssey is a strong option for families and all their gear.
Along with more standard features, the Odyssey now offers an optional in-van vacuuming system. A six-speed automatic transmission is now standard on all trim linesRead more »
The Odyssey EX adds a number of comforts, including push-button start and remote entry, along with an upgraded driver's seat and power sliding doors. Inside, there's an automatic climate system for each row, and the infotainment system comes with a touchscreen interface and the ability to connect music and other features from one's smartphone with the HondaLink system. Additional safety features include the proprietary LaneWatch system to reduce the likelihood of wandering.
Moving up the trim lines, the EX-L again focuses on safety thanks to forward collision and lane-departure systems, along with integrated navigation with hands-free control. However, passengers will also appreciate the addition of leather upholstery and a hard drive for music, as well as a cool box for beverages and food. Additional amenities include heated seats in the front row, a power lift gate and a moonroof, along with an optional DVD system and an added power outlet for accessories.
The base trim line of the Honda Odyssey LX is far from stripped, as the 2014 model now carries the six-speed automatic transmission that gives it good highway mileage. Safety features include an array of airbags. There is an 8-inch display for infotainment purposes as well as the rearview camera, and multiple connectivity options for phones and MP3 devices. Families will appreciate the one-step 60/40 split rear seat.
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|Build & Price|
2013 Honda Odyssey$27,902 | 8,043 mi
2012 Honda Odyssey$21,775 | 61,524 mi
2012 Honda Odyssey$22,941 | 33,690 mi
2012 Honda Odyssey$24,594 | 24,200 mi
2012 Honda Odyssey$33,997 | 15,137 mi
2011 Honda Odyssey$30,988 | 37,052 mi
2011 Honda Odyssey$32,000 | 29,150 mi
2011 Honda Odyssey$32,997 | 33,784 mi
2011 Honda Odyssey$33,810 | 32,409 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$16,745 | 24,249 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$16,995 | 38,195 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$19,982 | 42,940 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$20,095 | 63,089 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$20,797 | 30,946 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$22,919 | 26,744 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$22,988 | 43,376 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$23,500 | 47,185 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$24,488 | 30,396 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$24,988 | 31,780 mi
2010 Honda Odyssey$25,997 | 37,989 mi
2009 Honda Odyssey$17,488 | 91,560 mi
2007 Honda Odyssey$11,796 | 99,733 mi
2007 Honda Odyssey$13,746 | 79,609 mi
2006 Honda Odyssey$12,977 | 83,875 mi
2005 Honda Odyssey$8,986 | 127,141 mi
2005 Honda Odyssey$11,800 | 110,257 mi
2004 Honda Odyssey$6,488 | 144,679 mi
2001 Honda Odyssey$6,999 | 94,044 mi
High-quality fit and finish, but pricey
All-wheel drive and more, but less intuitive cabin design
More affordable, but amenities can't match those of the Odyssey
Sportier and car-like, but the Odyssey wins on cargo space