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The Honda Odyssey does its best to prove that a practical, family-friendly minivan can be nice for the driver and not just the passengers. The Odyssey offers lots of room in its comfortable second and third rows, and easy access with sliding rear doors on both sides of the vehicle. It also features a V6 engine with surprisingly brisk acceleration and fuel economy that can match the current Oddysey.
The 2013 Odyssey doesn’t offer much modern tech beyond Bluetooth® phone connectivity and a USB audio interface, but they’re standard across the range. A rearview camera is also standard for 2014. Higher trim levels have a lot of comfort and convenience features, from a built-in cooler box to retractable sunshades, power rear doors, and a rear-seat DVD entertainment system. The top-tier Touring and Touring Elite models also get an upgraded transmission that allows for both better acceleration and better fuel economy than lower trims.
F 40.9"/M 40.9"/R 42.4"
F 39.7"/M 38.8"/R 38"
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Good to drive: It’s not the fastest minivan in the segment, but the V6 is responsive and, especially in the Touring and Touring Elite trims, smooth. The suspension makes for a comfortable ride, while crisp handling and responsive steering make the Odyssey more satisfying from the driver’s seat.
Family-friendly design: The wide second row can fit three car seats, and the center seat can slide forward to put kids within easier reach from the front seat. The removable center console includes a trash bag holder, and of course, higher trims come equipped with a DVD player and 16-inch rear seat screen that can display two sources at once.
Fuel-efficient: Coming in with an EPA-estimated 22 mpg combined for Touring and Touring Elite trims, the 2013 Honda Odyssey has a slight advantage over other 8-passenger minivans of a similar age.
Lower trims lack features: We’re not just talking about the DVD player. Higher trim levels certainly have a lot more niceties, like a mirror to keep an eye on your passengers or a power liftgate to make trunk access easier. But lower trim levels (LX, EX, and EX-L) also come with a transmission that’s down a gear compared to Touring and Touring Elite models. That means poorer fuel economy, slower acceleration, and more noticeable shifts.
4.8 out of 512 customer reviews
RepairPal gave the Honda Odyssey an overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks Honda Odyssey 9th out of 15 among Minivans.View RepairPal's full rating of the Honda Odyssey
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