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Honda didn't invent the minivan (Chrysler did); but the Japanese-brand company has come close to perfecting the body style, now in its fourth generation. We can see evidence of those efforts in statistics, as the Odyssey has been the most popular minivan in the U.S. for half a dozen years. Simply put, Honda’s Odyssey continues to earn sales and accolades as one of the best large-capacity, family-and-friends people/luggage movers on the market. Rivals include the Toyota Sienna, Kia Sedona, and new-for-2017 Chrysler Pacifica (which replaced the departed Town & Country).

What's New for 2017

Honda expanded availability of an acoustic windshield to SE and EX-L trim levels. Otherwise, the 2017 Odyssey is a carryover with no significant changes. This is the last year for the current Odyssey – a redesigned model is debuting at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.

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Choosing Your Honda Odyssey

The Odyssey may still proudly wear the “minivan” description, but not much is “mini” about this still-popular model. The driver and up to seven passengers can expect plenty of personal space. Cargo capacity in back, with all three rows occupied, is a decent 38.4 cubic feet. Fold the two rear rows flat, and available volume balloons up to 148.5 cubic feet.

All Odysseys feature sliding doors on both sides. Power comes from a 3.5-liter V6 that sends 248 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque to the front wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission. The EPA estimates fuel economy for each version at 19-mpg city and 27-mpg highway (22 mpg combined).

Six carefully graduated trim levels constitute the Odyssey lineup:

LX

Honda’s base model has a Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $30,750 (destination charge included). The LX combines the essential Odyssey experience with such niceties as Bluetooth, a rearview camera, seven-speaker audio, and Honda's fully-retracting third-row Magic Seat.

EX

Sticker-priced at $33,900, the EX turns to 17-inch alloy wheels, also adding Honda’s LaneWatch blind-spot camera to the passenger mirror. Standard features also include keyless Smart Entry in an expanded comfort/convenience suite, which also features three-zone climate control and an upgraded touchscreen-controlled stereo.

SE

The SE is Honda's answer to the wishes of many parents for maximum kid-friendliness. Building on the EX, it adds a rear-seat DVD player with a single screen and headphone jacks, SiriusXM satellite radio, a 115-volt power outlet, acoustic windshield, and the HondaVAC built-in vacuum cleaner – all for $34,850.

EX-L

The EX-L takes the EX's content and adds two driver-assistance systems: Forward Collision and Lane Departure warnings. Both systems can alert drivers of potential danger, in case their attention is momentarily diverted. Honda adds leather upholstery to the front and outboard second-row seats, as well as the steering wheel. MSRP is $37,400.

The EX-L trim further branches into two additional sublevels that add specific features: EX-L with the DVD rear-seat entertainment system ($39,000) and EX-L with navigation ($39,400).

Touring

The Touring edition justifies its $43,655 price with a navigation system, as well as a memory function for mirrors and the power driver's seat, 18-inch alloy wheels, front/rear parking sensors, foglamps, and ambient lighting.

Touring Elite

Honda’s top minivan takes the Touring's luxury fittings and adds the SE's cleanup capability and upgraded back-seat entertainment, boosting the result to levels that should please even the most discerning traveling moviegoers. The rear-seat DVD player gets HDMI processing for the ultrawide (16.2-inch) high-resolution screen, audio is upgraded to a 12-speaker 650-watt system with 5.1 surround sound and an HD receiver, and HondaVAC stands ready to clean up spilled popcorn. The driver benefits from a full blind-spot monitoring system. MSRP for this cross-country-capable projection room is $46,225.

CarsDirect Tip

With half a dozen versions available, making a choice isn’t so easy. Given how typical minivan journeys include the need to keep passengers entertained on long hauls, then clean up after them upon arrival, the SE comes across as a sensible best pick for the money.

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