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    2019 Honda Odyssey OVERVIEW

    The 2019 Honda Odyssey steps into a long tradition of reliable people-movers. It carries the torch with style, plenty of comfort, and enough versatility for buyers of all types.

    What's New for 2019

    After a full redesign in 2018, the Odyssey returns mostly unchanged for 2019. Honda’s suite of safety technology has been repackaged into Honda Sensing, but it still only comes on the EX trim and above. Prices rise slightly for the new model year.

    Honda Odyssey

    Choosing Your Honda Odyssey

    All Honda Odyssey’s retain the same engine as last year: a 3.5-liter V6 producing 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. That’s plenty of oomph to accelerate the Odyssey and its cargo, but it’s not the most efficient powertrain, good for an EPA-estimated 19 miles per gallon city, 28 mpg highway, and 22 mpg combined. The engine is paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission on all except the top two trims, which get a 10-speed. All Odysseys are front-wheel drive.

    True to form, the Odyssey still excels at what minivans do best: storage. The minivan seats eight and max capacity is a cavernous 155.8 cubic feet, with plenty of nooks and crannies for drinks, phones, and snacks. The second row is removable, though it’s not easy to do so.

    The Odyssey has a wide range of features depending on trim, but some premium goodies come standard on all models. These include a rearview camera, push-button start, remote entry, programmable locks, and ambient lighting. The rest of the Odyssey’s family-friendly features are distributed across five trims: LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, and Elite.

    LX

    The Odyssey LX is the Spartan of the lineup, presumably to keep its MSRP down to $31,085 (prices include the $995 destination charge). The doors aren’t powered (neither is the tailgate), seats are cloth-only, and the infotainment screen is a basic five-inch LCD. Eighteen-inch alloy wheels are standard, though 19-inchers are a $3,008 option.

    There isn’t too much choice available in the options either. Other than a few cosmetic and cargo upgrades, the only substantial addition is a back-up sensor for $500.

    EX

    Upgrading to an Odyssey EX raises the starting price to $35,055, but adds back many of Honda’s best features. Among them is the Honda Sensing suite of safety technology, which includes automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, automatic high beams, blind-spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control. The EX also gets more color choices, heated side mirrors, heated front seats, power doors, auto lock, fog lights, and tri-zone automatic climate control. Connectivity also gets a major boost, with an eight-inch touchscreen for media (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible). Also added is Honda’s Magic Slide seating system, which allows easy reconfiguration in the second row.

    Option-wise, the EX doesn’t open up anything too special. The backup sensor is still an option, and the only other notable addition is an auto-dimming rearview mirror for $316.

    EX-L

    The EX-L starts from $38,605 and starts to add true luxury features. Leather-trimmed seats are standard, as are the auto-dimming rearview mirror, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a HomeLink remote system. The tailgate is powered, and the roof gets a power moonroof, while the windshield is acoustic glass.

    The big-name options are the navigation system and the rear entertainment system, which boasts a 10.2-inch screen with a variety of streaming and media options. Both options are $1,000. By bundling the two, buyers can upgrade to the EX-L Navi/RES trim, which costs exactly $2,000 more than the regular EX-L but also includes Honda’s CabinTalk intercom system. Other option additions are a kick sensor for the tailgate ($280) and wireless phone charging ($265).

    Touring

    The Odyssey Touring, which starts at $45,655, gets a couple major upgrades over the EX-L, the first of which is the 10-speed transmission. The Touring also gets stop-start technology, parking sensors, LED headlights, a mobile hotspot, and a built-in vacuum. Also included is Honda’s CabinWatch camera system, which allows adults to keep an eye on rear-seat horseplay from the dash. Navigation, the rear entertainment system, and the kick sensor are standard, and other standalone options remain the same.

    Elite

    The Odyssey Elite starts at $47,965 but features all the luxury Honda can manage. This means rain-sensing wipers, acoustic glass around the cabin, power-folding side mirrors, a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats, a premium sound system, wireless charging, and 19-inch rims.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Honda has lots of tech toys up its sleeve, but the EX hits the sweet spot. It has enough features to please most owners, plus the security of safety tech and practical goodies like the sliding second row. With the money you save, you can buy all the loudspeakers you need to replace the intercom system.

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