Honda Odyssey is a popular vehicle in the minivan segment. This year the look is getting some change, its features are also getting upgraded and the price tag is also increased. It’s starting MSRP is $ 32,910 for the base models i.e. LX and the highest is $ 48,940 for Elite. It will be available in five different trims i.e. LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, and Elite.
The new black chrome grille and front fascia have been changed that is making it sleeker than earlier models. LED headlights are standard on all trims. The Interior is not much changed, the rear seat reminder is standard now and magic slide rear seats are available that flat fold and give more cargo space. A child viewing system is also available.
The EX trim has changed in its interior now the seats have been changed and tri-color mats added. EX-L trim starts from $39,580 and has contrast stitching on the seats and power lumbar support for the front passenger seat. Touring and Elite are upper trims that starts from $43,620 have new black accents on the dash, door, and front door handles. Touring comes standard with 19-inch wheels and Elite with 19-inch gray wheels.
Safety Features of Honda Odyssey are also upgraded, the more advanced radar system is here which includes forward collision, pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, stop and go. A new electronic brake is also configured which will make it’s driving smoother.
There are no changes in engine and transmission; it will continue to 3.5 Litre V6 paired with 10-speed automatic transmission generating 280 horsepower and 262 LB-FT of torque. Its estimated EPA is 22 MPG combined that is less than its rivals. Also, Front-wheel drive continues. The new Honda Odyssey will go on sale from August 3 with a starting spice of $ 32,910, including $ 1,120 destination fees.