2023 Honda Odyssey: Preview, Pricing, Photos, Release Date

Alex Bernstein
Managing Editor - May 11, 2022

Model Preview

Once speculated to be getting a redesign, Honda has announced that the 2023 Odyssey will mostly be a carryover model. The redesign may be coming for the 2024 model year, but the changes for 2023 are the removal of the LX trim and the addition of a new Sport trim. As it has been one of the best-selling minivans since 2010, Honda hopes the new Sport trim will help continue a legacy of the Odyssey being a standard-setting, ultimate family-friendly vehicle.

The new Sport trim is also where things change visually for the Odyssey. The brand wanted to go for a unique and sportier look and has given the exterior darkened taillights, Berlina Black 19-inch wheels, and a glossy black finish to the grille, door mirrors, headlight and taillight trims, B- and C- pillars, and fog light surrounds. It’s also available in colors like the Platinum White Pearl, Sonic Gray Pearl, Radiant Red, and Crystal Black Pearl.

On the inside, the 2023 Odyssey Sport trim features black leather with red contrast stitching on the steering wheel and upholstery. The headliner and roof pillars are also black and red ambient lighting illuminates the dash, footwells for the driver and passenger, and the door handles and door pockets in the front. The Odyssey’s third-row seats fold into the floor and the second-row seats are Magic Slide and fold nearly flat to further improve cargo room.

For tech, this trim has many of the same features as the EX-L trim, including an eight-way power-adjustable front seat, power tailgate, and one-touch power moonroof with tilt. Further tech includes an eight-inch touchscreen and smartphone integration, a seven-speaker audio system, HD radio, and HondaLink technology.

Every Odyssey model comes with a V6 engine that has a 10-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. This powertrain delivers 280 horsepower, 262 lb-ft of torque, and has an EPA-estimated rating of 19/28/22 mpg. Though the powertrain is a carryover, several safety features are not. The 2023 Odyssey debuts the new Honda Service Pass, which covers select maintenance costs for 2 years or 24,000 miles. These include oil changes, tire rotations, filter changes, and multi-point inspections. All 2023 Odysseys come standard with the full Honda Sensing suite which includes adaptive cruise control, pedestrian emergency braking, rear seat reminder, and low-speed follow. A CabinWatch viewing system is also available.

Pricing & Release Date

Honda has announced that the new Odyssey will be made available at dealerships starting on May 23rd. The minivan is exclusively going to be made at the automaker’s plant in Lincoln, Alabama, alongside other models like the Pilot, Passport, and Ridgeline. The Odyssey’s engine will also be made in Alabama.

As the Odyssey has gotten rid of the LX trim, the base level trim is now the EX. Because of this, the starting price has gone up to $37,340 (without destination) and goes up to $49,470. As mentioned above, the brand is attempting to help consumers balance out costs using the Honda Service Pass to cover select maintenance services for eligible models during the plan’s active term.

The 2023 Honda Odyssey will compete against the Chrysler Pacifica, Kia Carnival, and Toyota Sienna.

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