The Honda Odyssey is a refined compact, efficient minivan that comes with a variety of options for options. Families will enjoy the large interior, the available safety technology and clever storage areas. The higher versions of the Odyssey include glitzy features such as heated steering wheels as well as the built-in vacuum cleaner the in-car audio system and an entertainment system for the rear. Honda’s novel 3rd-row Magic Seat folds away.
Incredibly technological and functional The 2020 Honda Odyssey should be at the top of every family’s test-drive lists. The available safety technologies can provide assurance, while the large cabin will to keep everyone comfortable.
Trims and Pricing
Honda Odyssey Honda Odyssey comes in six models: LX, EX and EX-L. EX-L comes with Navigation, Rear Entertainment System, Touring and Elite.
From around $31,000, the LX includes exterior features such as the auto-off of halogen headlights, taillights with integrated LED lighting bars, remote keys for entry as well as 18-inch wheels made of alloy. Inside, the LX has seating for seven people, folding third-row seats, an 8-way driver’s seat with power, four-way power front passenger’s seat with automatic climate control, doors that are programmable with push-button ignition, maps lights, a locked cabinet, conversation mirror the front window that has auto-up/down function and a seven-speaker audio system, a 5-inch color display, Bluetooth, a USB port and two power outlets of 12V.
The EX raises the MSRP by approximately $35,000, and includes a variety of options. They include, among others, Honda Sensing Technologies such as collision mitigation braking as well as road departure mitigation adaptive cruise control and lane-keep assistance and forward collision warning. It also comes with blind-spot monitoring as well as a cross-traffic monitor and auto high beams. Odyssey EX comes with Odyssey EX also gets eight seats with an Magic Slide second-row, 12-way driver’s seat and heated front seats. It also comes with tri-zone climate control and a high-resolution 8-inch display, HondaLink, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration, HD Radio, satellite radio, and exterior features such as power sliding doors and the proximity keysless access.
For about $38,000, the EX-L trim comes with all of these, along with the HomeLink Remote System, auto-dimming rearview mirror leather seats in the first as well as the 2nd row, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with a sunroof, rear mirrors that can be set to memory, and a programmable tailgate.
The EX-L equipped with Navigation and Rear Entertainment System is priced at about $40,500, and includes navigation as well as a rear seat Bluray entertainment system featuring the 10.2-inch widescreen.
The Touring model adds features like LED headlights, front and rear sensors for parking as well as inside-car Internet (requires an annual subscription) and an inside-cabin vacuum cleaner for just $45,000.
The most expensive Elite begins at $47,500and comes with exterior features such as power-folding side mirrors as well as 19-inch wheels. The models come with a wireless charger for smartphones as well as heated/ventilated seats in the front as well as a premium 11-speaker audio system.
Engine and Performance
Honda Odyssey is a 2020 model. Honda Odyssey is powered by an 3.5-liter V6 engine that generates 262 lbs-feet of torque. It’s connected to a 10-speed auto transmission, and front-wheel drive. The Odyssey can haul up to 3,500 pounds.
The EPA estimates that the Odyssey should achieve 19 mpg in the city and 28 on the highway.
The interior is extremely spacious. The three rows are all comfortable enough for adults of full size. The cabin is well-designed and has high-end surfaces, a keen eye for details, and inventive cargo compartments. The included vacuum cleaner can save the day if children or pets cause the mess.
When both seats in the rear are folded or removed The Odyssey’s cargo capacity increases to more than 140 cubic yards. This makes it a fantastic option to transport big objects.