|EPA Est. MPG||22|
|Drive Train||Front Wheel Drive|
|Passenger Volume||198.7 cu ft|
|Curb Weight||4471 lbs|
JOSH SADLIER: We're here with the all new 2018 fifth-generation Honda Odyssey. Thing is, we already liked the previous Odyssey. It was one of our favorite minivans. So the question we're trying to answer today is, is this new fifth-generation version all it's stacked up to be?A couple things about the new Odyssey. You'll notice that it's really not much of a minivan anymore. So when the Odyssey came out in 1995-- that was the first generation-- it was about 187 inches long. This guy is about 202 inches long. It's a 15-inch difference. So clearly, minivans aren't so mini anymore. You buy this thing, you're basically driving the bus.Up front, there's just a few changes here and there, a little more bright work, a little more chrome, headlights are different. But it's more of a reskin than a redesign, you might say.Walking around to the side, however, you start to see a few notable differences. For one thing, there's what BMW used to call flame surfacing down the side panels. This used to be all smooth. Now you have this line here that creates a carved out effect. Kind of looks cool. It adds a little visual interest.Back here, there used to be a line, a groove, where the door would slide out. They've done away with that. It's a cleaner look now. And then final thing I would point out is that there's this floating glass effect. It used to be metal all the way down.So at least in terms of the exterior of the vehicle, there's a lot of overlap with the fourth generation. As we move to the interior of the vehicle, you'll start to see where the fifth generation really stands out.One more thing while we're out here, so there's a new feature for the Odyssey's power liftgate. It's a hands-free access feature. So with the key fob in my pocket, if I approach the vehicle, wave my foot under the bumper, the liftgate will open automatically if my arms are full, or whatever the case may be. So let's try it out. Voila.And you can see that the liftgate has not opened as wide as you might expect. That's another new feature for the power liftgate. It's a height adjustable feature. So if you have something in your garage that would impact the door if it opened all the way, you could lower the height of it so that that won't happen when you open liftgate.That feature is available on the EX-L and above. It's actually standard on the EX-L and above. However, the hands-free access feature is only on the Touring and Elite. So keep that in mind if you want both features on the same vehicle.Out here on the road in the 2018 Honda Odyssey, we're dealing with an all new transmission for Honda. It's a 10-speed automatic of Honda's own design. And that comes standard in the Elite trim level, which is what I'm driving right now.Under the hood, there's still a 3.5 liter V6, same as the previous Odyssey. But this engine is a little bit different and has direct fuel injection, for example. The previous engine did not. That ends up giving you 32 additional horsepower.So this new engine makes an even 280 horsepower, whereas the previous Odyssey had 248 horsepower. Doesn't sound like that much of a difference. We tested both vehicles at our test track.Turns out that the 2018 Odyssey goes zero to 60 about half a second faster. It's a seven and a half second car versus eight seconds or so for the outgoing Odyssey. So not a huge difference, but a difference that you might feel, especially if you're a more aggressive driver.In terms of fuel economy, surprisingly, hasn't really changed. The 2018 Odyssey gets 19 MPG city, 28 on the highway. And the outgoing Odyssey got 19 city and 27 highway.So despite the 10-speed transmission, which replaces the 6-speed in the previous Odyssey, and despite the direct fuel injection on the engine, which tends to give you a little better fuel economy, in terms of EPA ratings at least, it really hasn't moved the needle. If you're looking for a fuel economy bump relative to what the Honda Odyssey was doing previously, you might be in for a bit of a disappointment. One more point about transmissions, not every Odyssey comes with that 10-speed automatic. In fact, most Odysseys sold are probably going to be equipped with a 9-speed automatic, which is made by ZF. It's not made by Honda. It's a third-part supplier.Something to keep in mind, the 9-speed is a transmission we've experienced in multiple models over the past year or two. Mixed results, a mixed bag in terms of shift quality, may be degrading over time. We've had our issues with it. We've written about it. If you check forums online, I think you'll find similar feedback from owners, at least with the early applications of that transmission.Now could be that more recently, ZF is working out the kinks with its auto maker partners. It's something to keep an eye on. Things might get better over time.But it is certainly worth noting that if you go with one of the lower trim levels, including the EX, which we've been recommending, and it's one of our favorites, a value-packed option for the 2018 Odyssey, you're going to have that 9-speed transmission. So something to add to your research agenda as you're deciding which Odyssey to buy.One thing you'll read about in the literature from Honda is that the structure is more rigid this time around. It's a stiffer Odyssey than ever. I have no reason to doubt that, but it's not something that I would have guessed based on the driving experience.It's fine, but you can still feel it quivering a little bit over rippled pavement. You get the sense that it's a big vehicle. It goes back a number of feet. The newfound rigidity has not done away with the sense that you're still driving a limousine here. It's a big thing.And the other thing I would point out is that although Honda's taken measures to reduce road noise in the Odyssey, including adding some noise-canceling properties to the glass, some acoustic glass on the side in this Elite trim level, still some notable road noise comes through. And that's a Honda trait through time that's been a stubborn one.Otherwise, the Odyssey drives very well. We've considered it to be probably the best driving minivan you can buy for many years now. For 2018, they did change the suspension a bit. Got a new rear suspension set up, aimed at making it handle even better.To be honest, it already handled quite well. And I think that people generally aren't buying minivans for the handling experience. But if you get into this car and start driving around, you're going to notice that it feels more responsive than most vans, especially something of this size. The steering is light, but it's precise.I would say the 2018 Odyssey continues to be an excellent driving minivan. But if you're just looking for an excellent driving minivan, you could get an older Odyssey and save some cash. So making a decision to buy a new generation Odyssey is going to come down to a lot more than just the way it drives.Inside the Odyssey is where you really see the differences come out relative to the previous generation. Honda's really revolutionized the layout in here. You've got that single-screen layout.There's also a push-button transmission layout, which will take some getting used to, in a good way, in my opinion. I think this is kind of cool, quickly becomes second nature. You press a button to go in drive. There's this toggle switch to pull down and put it into reverse. I'm a fan of that. You've got a stitching here on the dash. You've got this imitation metal insert here. In general, the materials, the look and feel, the flow of all the panels, it looks like a modern, up-to-date vehicle in here, more in line with Honda's other recent offerings, like the Pilot, like the Civic, the CR-V. There's a family resemblance in here that the previous Odyssey just didn't have.So probably the most difficult thing about buying a 2018 Odyssey, or any Odyssey of this generation, is going to be figuring out what trim level or version of the vehicle is right for you. We do have some opinions about that.We'll start with the base LX trim level. That's the one that makes the headlines in the advertising. Honda will say, this Odyssey starts at $29,990, or whatever the case may be. Our advice is to skip the LX. Don't look back. Don't think twice. It's really a stripped-down model.In fact, I can point out a difference right here between the LX and every other Odyssey. You don't get this pretty eight-inch touch screen. You get a dumbed down, five-inch version of it. It really is what we call a price leader in the industry, the LX.I mean, you want to skip that and at least go up to the EX, which only costs $4,000 more and gives you countless additional features, power sliding doors, for example, a bunch of new safety features that you don't get on the LX, like adaptive cruise control, automatic braking, forward collision alert, stuff like that, keeping you in your lane. The EX is definitely a worthwhile upgrade. Again, really wouldn't even consider the base LX as an option for the 2018 Odyssey.In terms of what comes after the EX, then you start to get into personal preference, how many luxuries you want in your vehicle. Maybe you want these ventilated leather seats like what you'd get on the top of the line Elite. Maybe you can do without them. Another example is this new rear cabin monitoring system. It's got two features that make it up. The first one is called CabinTalk. And what it is is basically an intercom system that lets you cut in if someone's listening on the headphones back there.You got a kid with a video game or whatever. You pull it up on the touchscreen. It's called CabinTalk. You unmute yourself. It says mic is on.And I don't know if you could hear that. But it sounds like I am the pilot on a plane or something like that. It's a little weird. But you can see how it would be effective, especially in that scenario where you got kids back there with the headphones on, oblivious to whatever's happening.You don't have to yell and scream and wave your arms. You just hit this. It cuts right through. You have your conversation. Then you move on. It's pretty cool. That comes standard with any Odyssey that has the rear entertainment system specified.Then there's that second feature I mentioned. It's called CabinWatch. This, you need to step up to the Touring trim level or the top-of-the-line Elite, as this vehicle is, to get it. But check this out. It's pretty cool.So here's a fish-eye view of the rear cabin. And I can pinch and zoom, like with a smartphone, and see what's really going on back there in the second row. I can zoom and then slide to the third row.I don't know if you want to be doing this while you're driving necessarily, but certainly if you have your co-parent up front. And they could do the zooming for you. It's another neat way to stay involved with what's going on in the rear cabin.So overall, you're standing outside the Odyssey. You might think to yourself, I don't really see the big deal about this new fifth generation. Once you're sitting in the driver's seat, you see what it's all about.Here in the second row of the Odyssey, it's no great surprise that there's plenty of room even for myself. I'm 6' 1". My legs are kind of gangly. As you can see, I could use a little more support under the thigh, perhaps. My knees are pointing up a little bit. But for the most part, I mean, there's plenty of headroom, plenty of foot room underneath the driver's seat in front of me.You see the perfectly flat floor down here. In A lot of crossovers, you get that drive line hump that gets in the way, especially for the middle passenger. Doesn't get any better than this if you want to carry passengers on a regular basis.And really the big story for 2018 is not the passenger space. That's been a constant with minivans for a while. It's the Magic Slide middle seat.So what happens is, you remove this seat manually, pick it up, take it out of the vehicle. And then the seats themselves are able to slide laterally, as well as back and forth. But check this out. With this seat now slid over to the middle of the vehicle, there's an aisle here. I can just hop right in. How cool is that?All right, so I'm in the third row now. As you can see, I've got my knees in the middle here. They're not even touching the seat back in front of me, which is really remarkable for a third row seat in any vehicle. This is where minivans really shine. The Odyssey is awesome in this way.Overall, we're really impressed with the new Odyssey, especially on the inside. There's a lot of new features that the previous generation didn't offer. So if you're looking for the latest and greatest when it comes to minivans, arguably the 2018 Odyssey is where it's at.Keep in mind though that the previous generation Odyssey is quite similar underneath. So if you want to save a little money, still get that great resale value that Honda brings, certainly worth consideration.For more information on the new Odyssey, go to edmunds.com. And for more videos like this one, hit subscribe.
With a huge and flexible interior, exceptional comfort and a long list of features, the 2018 Honda Odyssey is a do-it-all machine. This popular American family hauler comes in six trim levels to choose from, so there's an Odyssey for just about every budget.
Honda keeps its pricing strategy simple for the Odyssey. Each model increases the level of standard equipment at staggered pricing intervals, and there are only a couple of options. The LX, for example, kicks off the Odyssey's value proposition, bundling must-have features such as Bluetooth connectivity and a rearview camera with nice extras, including touchscreen infotainment and power front seats. A V6 engine producing 280 horsepower is standard, as is a nine-speed automatic transmission.
The EX marks a big step in feature content. You get eight-passenger seating (the LX seats only seven), power-sliding rear doors, improved infotainment and smartphone integration, and a host of advanced driver safety aids, including forward collision warning and mitigation. For the EX-L, Honda adds leather seating, a power liftgate and a few other features. You can additionally get the EX-L with a navigation system and a rear entertainment system.
Topping off the 2018 Odyssey lineup are the Touring and Elite. The Touring has all of the above, plus parking sensors, a 10-speed automatic transmission, LED headlights, automatic engine stop-start, an integrated vacuum cleaner, a rear-cabin camera monitoring system and an onboard 4G LTE connection. On the Elite, you also get 19-inch wheels, ventilated front seats, an 11-speaker premium audio system and a wireless phone charger.
From a value standpoint, we think the EX is the way to go. The LX is cheaper, but paying more for the EX is going to be entirely reasonable considering the extra features it has. If you want leather, you'll need to get the EX-L, but at that point we think you might as well start looking at the Touring or Elite. Of course, now pricing is entering luxury sedan territory, but it's a similar story for rival minivans. If you think a 2018 Honda Odyssey is in your future, use all of Edmunds resources to help you find the perfect one. 2018 honda odyssey first drive
Lego isn't likely to ever sell a toy kit of the 2018 Honda Odyssey. Unlike, say, the Batmobile, the Odyssey doesn't have machine guns or flame-shooting rocket propulsion, and it's unlikely to ever be featured in a Hollywood blockbuster movie. But if Lego Batman had kids, he'd undoubtedly appreciate having a Lego Odyssey on hand for the times he had to schlep his grubby bat pups to school. (Naturally, his Odyssey would be painted black, or very, very dark gray.)
The redesigned 2018 Honda Odyssey is an evolution of the prior-generation Odyssey, which Honda sold for the 2011 to 2017 model years. Essentially, Honda made everything a little bit better on the new van. It boasts more versatile seating, more power, sharper handling, sleeker styling, and plenty of new convenience and technology features.
Key to the appeal of the 2018 Odyssey is its new second-row seat design. As before, the setup is essentially two outboard seats with a removable center seat. Both seats still tilt or slide forward, but the big change for 2018 is a significantly greater range of sideways adjustment. By using an easy-to-grab release handle at the base of the seat, you can push either of the seats toward the center of the van (assuming the center seat is removed), creating enough space to allow step-through access to the third row. More importantly, this can be done even if there are child seats installed on either side of the second row.
You can also adjust the second-row seats in other new ways, such as: 1) push one outboard seat inward and then slide it forward to create a very wide walk-through to the third row; 2) slide the seats together and forward, making it easier for the front passengers to reach back to the rear passengers; 3) slide them outward to create a wider second-row center walkthrough and/or a more effective neutral zone between your warring kids.
Another feature our gadget-loving Caped Crusader would dig is the rear-seating video surveillance camera. Honda has installed a wide-angle video camera in the headliner above the second row that displays an image in the center touchscreen display. With it, you can easily see what Bruce Junior is up to. Sleeping? Playing games on his tablet? Picking his nose like a public works dig project? The big eye in the sky is watching. You can zoom in the camera's view by using a smartphonelike pinching motion on the touchscreen to get a specific view of a seat occupant, and it's worlds better than using a rearview mirror. We also like how the camera is positioned far enough back to see babies in rear-facing safety seats. Oh, and it has night-vision capability, too.
Should you feel the need to communicate to your rear passengers without yelling, you can use the Odyssey's new cabin intercom system. It picks up your voice from the Bluetooth microphone and broadcasts it through the rear speakers (plus the optional entertainment system's headphones, if they are being used). If your kids are being exceptionally snotty, we recommend yelling and using the intercom at the same time for full cathartic release.
We have considered the Odyssey the best-driving minivan for some time. While no box on wheels is going to be truly sporty, the Odyssey has traditionally given its driver a sense of road through the steering and relatively taut suspension tuning. For the 2018 Odyssey, Honda developed a more sophisticated steering system and rear suspension. Along with a significantly stiffer body structure (compared to last year's van), the changes are meant to improve the Odyssey's precision and handling ability when going around turns. While we haven't had a chance to fully test the new van yet, our initial impression is favorable. From the driver's seat, the new Odyssey has an almost sedanlike feel to it and gives you confidence in its abilities should you need to make a sudden turn or lane change.
Powering the Odyssey is a revised 3.5-liter V6. It now produces 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque, up from 248 hp and 250 lb-ft in last year's van. That power is put to the ground through one of two new automatic transmissions. There's a nine-speed automatic transmission for most Odysseys or, on the upper Odyssey trim levels, a new 10-speed automatic transmission. Having more gears in a minivan than a Porsche 911 might seem like overkill, and maybe it is. But compared to the previous six-speed automatic, these new transmissions help bring incremental improvements to the Odyssey's acceleration and fuel economy.
We estimate the Odyssey will zip to 60 mph in 7 seconds or less. If that proves true, the Odyssey would be the quickest van in its class. And from an efficiency standpoint, the extra horsepower is largely a bonus as estimated fuel economy is effectively the same as last year. Honda expects the 2018 Odyssey to get 22 mpg combined (19 city/28 highway) regardless of transmission. For the 10-speed auto, Honda adds an automatic engine stop-start feature that turns off the engine at stoplights to help you save gas. With it on, the engine restart seemed a little rough to us at times, but thankfully you can turn the system off if you don't like it.
While there's no measurable fuel economy benefit to the 10-speed automatic, we like the way it moves through the gears. Though we have yet to drive a 2018 Odyssey with the nine-speed, we've driven the related Honda Pilot with the same transmission and found its shifting to be slow and clunky at times. The 10-speed auto in the Odyssey doesn't have any obvious shifting quirks. It downshifts quickly when you need it to and doesn't race up to the highest gear just for the sake of fuel economy.
That 10-speed also keeps the engine rpm low for cruising. Honda points out the V6 is only turning at 1,560 rpm at 70 mph, compared to 1,960 rpm with last year's six-speed van, a difference that helps make it impressively quiet at highway speeds. The new van has been engineered for improved sound reduction, including new sealing and noise-reducing foam for the body structure and active noise cancellation technology for all Odyssey trim levels. The Elite trim level also gets an extra dose of sound-insulating materials. We've only driven the Elite at rather sedate speeds, but in that configuration the Odyssey is luxury-sedan quiet. It's easy to talk to your rear passengers and helps keep you relaxed for long trips at highway speeds.
The twin-screen setup of before is gone. In its place is a singular 8-inch center display screen that runs on an entirely new software system. It boasts modern graphics and fonts (the prior system was looking dated) and is impressively quick to respond to your finger touches and slides. It has app icons like a smartphone does, and you can customize their location to your liking. There's also a shortcut bar at the top for three of your favorites. Although some of the virtual buttons are small and hard to press while on the move, we like how this new Honda infotainment system works overall. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration are both new this year.
Below the screen is Honda's latest push-button transmission shifter, plus a new climate control layout. Pleasingly, Honda has introduced physical buttons for commonly used features, such as the heated/ventilated seating and the main front and rear climate control menu. Other new tech goodies include wireless device charging, an independent 4G LTE connection for data streaming (via AT&T, subscription-based) and a new CabinControl smartphone app that allows rear passengers to operate certain functions, such as the climate controls and the entertainment system.
In addition to all of its various improvements, the Odyssey is still great at being a minivan. The 2018 model's exterior dimensions are pretty much unchanged compared to last year, so it still seats up to eight passengers and has power-sliding doors on every version except the base trim level. There is plenty of room for hauling groceries, baby strollers and the like. Honda says the Odyssey can hold up to 155.8 cubic feet of cargo behind the first row, which is about 7 cubic feet more than before. That's enough room to fit two sheets of 4-by-8-foot plywood inside with a closed liftgate, but you have to completely remove the second-row seats to open up that space.
Other subtle improvements help out with the van's versatility. The power liftgate not only opens quicker than before and has a slightly wider opening, it offers hands-free operation and a programmable height feature. Although the third-row seat does not have power operation, the seats are lightweight, and you'll always be quicker doing it yourself compared to using a power-operated seat. And, yes, the Odyssey still has an available built-in vacuum cleaner mounted in the cargo area.
The 2018 Honda Odyssey comes in six trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L, EX-L Nav & Res, Touring and Elite. The LX is decently equipped, but the EX and above are what you'll want to consider if you can afford it. Essentially, the EX gets you truly useful features such as the power-sliding rear doors, keyless ignition and entry, sliding second-row seats, the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, heated seats and a bunch of driver safety aids, including blind-spot monitoring, frontal collision mitigation, and lane departure warning and intervention. The EX-L gets you leather upholstery, and the Nav & Res version includes navigation and a rear entertainment system. On the high end, the Touring and Elite include the 10-speed automatic and some additional convenience features, including the vacuum and rear-seating camera.
If the Odyssey isn't to your liking, there are other choices, of course. We do like the Chrysler Pacifica quite a bit, and it's still the best van for easily converting the cabin for hauling a lot of cargo. Kia's Sedona is in the mix, too, and maintains its appeal thanks to its crossoverlike styling and straightforward cabin design.
Overall, the 2018 Odyssey strikes us as the best pick for shoppers with young children or big families. The sliding second-row seats are truly useful, and the rear-seat camera system will give new parents some welcome peace of mind. And if you like to drive, the Odyssey's improved handling could very well make it the van to get as well.
Put it all together and you've probably got the minivan that Lego Batman would want to own, too.
2018 Honda Odyssey Overview
The 2018 Honda Odyssey is offered in the following submodels: Minivan. Available styles include EX-L 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A), EX-L w/Navigation and Rear Entertainment System 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A), and EX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A). Odyssey models are available with a 0-liter gas engine, with output up to 0 hp, depending on engine type. The 2018 Odyssey comes with front wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 9-speed shiftable automatic. The 2018 Odyssey comes with a 3 yr./ 36000 mi. basic warranty, a 3 yr./ 36000 mi. roadside warranty, and a 5 yr./ 60000 mi. powertrain warranty.
What should I pay for a new 2018 Honda Odyssey?
2018 Honda Odyssey Elite 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 10A)
The 2018 Honda Odyssey Elite 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 10A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $47645. The average price paid for a new 2018 Honda Odyssey Elite 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 10A) is trending $4194 below the manufacturer's MSRP.
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2018 Honda Odyssey EX-L 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
The 2018 Honda Odyssey EX-L 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $38335. The average price paid for a new 2018 Honda Odyssey EX-L 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) is trending $4383 below the manufacturer's MSRP.
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2018 Honda Odyssey EX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
The 2018 Honda Odyssey EX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $34835. The average price paid for a new 2018 Honda Odyssey EX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) is trending $3330.2 below the manufacturer's MSRP.
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2018 Honda Odyssey Touring 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 10A)
The 2018 Honda Odyssey Touring 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 10A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $45485. The average price paid for a new 2018 Honda Odyssey Touring 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 10A) is trending $4327 below the manufacturer's MSRP.
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2018 Honda Odyssey EX-L w/Navigation and Rear Entertainment System 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
The 2018 Honda Odyssey EX-L w/Navigation and Rear Entertainment System 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $40335. The average price paid for a new 2018 Honda Odyssey EX-L w/Navigation and Rear Entertainment System 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) is trending $3614 below the manufacturer's MSRP.
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2018 Honda Odyssey LX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
The 2018 Honda Odyssey LX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $30965. The average price paid for a new 2018 Honda Odyssey LX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) is trending $3020.1 below the manufacturer's MSRP.
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2018 Honda Odyssey EX-L 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
The 2018 Honda Odyssey EX-L 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $38335. The average price paid for a new 2018 Honda Odyssey EX-L 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) is trending $3469 below the manufacturer's MSRP.
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2018 Honda Odyssey EX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
The 2018 Honda Odyssey EX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $34835. The average price paid for a new 2018 Honda Odyssey EX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A) is trending $2969 below the manufacturer's MSRP.
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2018 Honda Odyssey features & specs
|Fuel Type||regular unleaded||regular unleaded||regular unleaded|
|Basic Warranty||3 yr./ 36000 mi.||3 yr./ 36000 mi.||3 yr./ 36000 mi.|
|Base Engine Type||gas||gas||gas|
|Base Engine Size||3.5 l||3.5 l||3.5 l|
|Transmission||9-speed shiftable automatic||9-speed shiftable automatic||9-speed shiftable automatic|
|Drivetrain||front wheel drive||front wheel drive||front wheel drive|
|Horsepower||280 hp @ 6000 rpm||280 hp @ 6000 rpm||280 hp @ 6000 rpm|
Is the 2018 Honda Odyssey a good car?
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What do people think of the 2018 Honda Odyssey?
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Elite 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 10A)
We waited over 7 months to finally purchase a Honda Touring 2018. Went to dealership and it only had an Elite in stock. So, we finally got around to test driving it. Here are the results: Pros - Magic Seat (awesome!), performance - good, brakes - good, navigation system - good (thought there would be a glare; however, it was minimal), cabin watch - good, remote engine start (thank god) - great! Cons - OMG, they screwed up the Air Conditioning. The front seat is okay. However, I would feel very sorry for anyone sitting in the third row. It just blows air (and not even cold). Also, the vent is on the bottom side. If anyone push the seat back, it gets partially cover. Forget the person sitting in the middle - no air at all. And, the second seat is almost the same. Unbelievable mistake. We live in Las Vegas and it can get up to 115 degrees during the summer. I sat in the car for 20 minutes, had the fan blowing high with the AC set to the lowest setting, and still, it was uncomfortable in the back seats. I even got the sales guy to finally admit that he was not comfortable with it. This is not acceptable in Las Vegas. As a result, we decided to hold off on this purchase. Hopefully, they have this fix in 2019. Unreal!!
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Is the 2018 Honda Odyssey safe?
The 2018 Honda Odyssey earned a 5-star overall safety rating from NHTSA and "GOOD" ratings from the IIHS in the following caregories: Side Impact Test, Roof Strength Test, Rear Crash Protection/Head Restraint, IIHS Small Overlap Front Test Results, Moderate Overlap Front Test Results, and a JD POWER overall quality rating of 3.0 out of 5. Among Edmunds' many tools and resources for finding your perfect car are detailed safety ratings and analysis from NHTSA, IIHS, and JD Power, including overall ratings, frontal barrier crash ratings, side impact tests and crash ratings, rollover test results, roof strength tests, rear crash protection and head restraint ratings, side barrier ratings, combined side barrier and pole ratings, and more.
2018 honda odyssey EX-L 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A), 9-speed shiftable automatic, regular unleaded
22 combined MPG
19 city MPG/28 highway MPG
2018 honda odyssey EX-L w/Navigation and Rear Entertainment System 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A), 9-speed shiftable automatic, regular unleaded
22 combined MPG
19 city MPG/28 highway MPG
2018 honda odyssey EX 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 9A), 9-speed shiftable automatic, regular unleaded
22 combined MPG
19 city MPG/28 highway MPG
What options are available on the 2018 Honda Odyssey?
Available Honda Odyssey 2018 Submodel Types: Minivan
Available Honda Odyssey 2018 Trims: EX-L, Touring, EX, Elite, LX, EX-L w/Navigation and Rear Entertainment System, Touring Elite, SE, EX-L w/Rear Entertainment, EX-L w/Navigation
Exterior Colors: Modern Steel Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, White Diamond Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Obsidian Blue Pearl, Alabaster Silver Metallic, Pacific Pewter Metallic, Deep Scarlet Pearl, Smoky Topaz Metallic, Silver Pearl Metallic, Dark Cherry Pearl, Forest Mist Metallic, Midnight Blue Pearl, Polished Metal Metallic, Ocean Mist Metallic, Taffeta White, Nimbus Gray Metallic, Bali Blue Pearl, Celestial Blue Metallic, Nighthawk Black Pearl, Slate Green Metallic, Mocha Metallic, Desert Rock Metallic, Starlight Silver Metallic, Redrock Pearl, Baltic Blue Pearl, Dark Cherry Pearl II, Sterling Gray Metallic, Mesa Beige Metallic, Havasu Blue Metallic, Sage Brush Pearl, Sandstone Metallic, Starlight Silver, Crystal Blue Metallic, Granite Green Metallic, Mesa Beige
Interior Colors: Gray leather, Gray cloth, Beige leather, Mocha leather, Truffle leather, Ivory cloth, Beige cloth, Truffle cloth, Gray, Ivory, Mocha cloth, Black leather, Quartz, Olive cloth, Black, Olive
Popular Features: Fold Flat Rear Seats, Rear Bench Seats, Third-row seating, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Power Driver Seat, Stability Control, Auto Climate Control, Alarm, Multi-Zone Climate Control, Tire Pressure Warning, Aux Audio Inputs, Heated seats, Leather Seats, Sunroof/Moonroof, Trip Computer, Bluetooth, Back-up camera, USB Inputs, 3500lb Towing Capacity, Power Liftgate/Trunk, Lane Departure Warning, Keyless Entry/Start, Rear Entertainment System, Blind Spot Monitoring, Navigation, 2500lb Towing Capacity, Adaptive Cruise Control, Apple Carplay/Android Auto, Pre-collision safety system, Remote Start, 2nd Row Bucket Seats, Parking sensors, Upgraded Headlights, Mobile Internet, Post-collision safety system, Cooled Seats, Electronic Folding Mirrors
Engine/Mechanics: 6, 4 cylinders
Fuel Types: regular unleaded, premium unleaded (required)
Drivetrains: front wheel drive
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