The Honda Odyssey had a few quirks when it debuted in 1995. It was, for instance, a minivan with conventional rear doors rather than sliding doors. The doors didn’t last after a 1999 redesign, but a popular third-row seat that folds into the floor has survived into the Odyssey’s fourth generation.
Thanks to a winning blend of drivability, reliability, spaciousness and design, the Odyssey has long been a top minivan choice. And with five trim levels to choose from, families can find the right fit for their needs and budget.