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2018 - 2025 Honda Odyssey

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- 2025 Coming Soon -

As we roll into 2024, Honda has promised styling and technology updates in its upcoming 2025 Odyssey, according to a recent press release. We haven't seen any major changes to the Odyssey in several years, so this refresh will help keep the minivan on pace with the market of today. We don't expect to see any changes to the lineup, which should still contain five trim levels for the 2025 model: EX, EX-L, Sport, Touring, and Elite. With the changes being styling-based, we expect to see new headl... Read more

2011 - 2017 Honda Odyssey

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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 ... Read more

2005 - 2010 Honda Odyssey

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The Odyssey is available in four trims: LX, EX, EX-L and Touring. All trims use a 3.5-liter V6 engine mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. The EX-L and Touring trims carry the most recent version of Honda's variable cylinder management system (VCM), which allows the V6 engine to switch among three, four, and six cylinders to increase fuel efficiency. The interior features a third-row Magic Seat that folds into the floor. Maximum seating capacity for the Odyssey is eight passengers. Safety features such as side-impact and curtain airbags, four-wheel disc anti-lock brakes, traction cont... Read more

1999 - 2004 Honda Odyssey

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The Honda Odyssey is at the top of its class. It's a big van, and does everything a minivan is supposed to do exceedingly well. Nifty features such as a disappearing rear seat, a deep storage well in the floor and optional power sliding doors allow it haul to groceries home, kids to school, adults to dinner and plywood to the shop, all with equal convenience. For 2002, Odyssey will haul all those things a little faster, with 30 more horsepower than before. Amazingly, fuel efficiency has not suffered, thanks at least partly to a new five-speed automatic transmission. Backing up that newfound go... Read more

1995 - 1998 Honda Odyssey

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It seems as though the most logical way to really test drive a minivan is to load it full of people and possessions and take a long trip. Well that does make a lot of sense. But most of us don't take a cross-country trip with the family every day. Most of the time we're heading to work, heading out to do errands, heading home. It's life in the fast lane. You know the routine: Getting in. Getting out. Figuring creative new ways to slip into a parking space that can barely fit a toothpick, let alone leave enough space to open the door. And just how easy is it to merge onto a highway with traffic... Read more