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The Honda Odyssey is a minivan with far more strengths than weaknesses. The 2015 Odyssey has a lot to offer, from the roomy, versatile interior with its easily reconfigurable seating, to its solid driving dynamics and fuel economy, to its raft of available convenience and entertainment features. It’s a roomy, practical minivan that’s family-friendly and good to drive. In 2015, Honda’s built-in vacuum cleaner was class-exclusive, and available on the top Touring Elite trim, along with rear-seat video and audio entertainment features.
The Odyssey does lack AWD, which is offered by competitors like the Toyota Sienna. In 2015, driver aids were also limited, and largely only available on top trim levels. While the Odyssey is a top pick, if driver aids or winter driving are important to you, the Odyssey may not be the right pick for you.
F 40.9"/M 40.9"/R 42.4"
F 39.7"/M 39.5"/R 38"
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Good to drive: No, it’s not a sports car. But the Honda Odyssey is more capable on the road than you might expect from a minivan. The V6 engine delivers strong and smooth acceleration, while the ride balances comfort and handling. The Odyssey has a bit of an edge when it comes to the driving experience.
Family-friendly design: The Odyssey’s versatile second row is wide enough to fit three car seats, and the center seat slides forward to keep smaller children in easy reach. The removable center console has a fold-out trash bag holder, and the Touring Elite comes with a built-in vacuum cleaner. And of course, a rear-seat DVD player is available.
Fuel-efficient: With an EPA-estimated 22 mpg combined, the 2015 Honda Odyssey is more fuel efficient than its contemporaries (although only by a slight margin).
Lacks driver aids: The 2015 Odyssey performed well in crash tests, but only has limited access to some features that may help drivers avoid crashes. The base LX and EX trims don’t get forward collision warning or lane-departure warning, and blind-spot monitoring is only included on the Touring Elite. For features like automatic emergency braking or rear cross-traffic alert, you’ll need to look at later model years.
4.7 out of 514 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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