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Honda Odyssey

Impressive acceleration, nimble handling, well-integrated driver-assistance features.

Think minivans are fading away thanks to a proliferation of crossovers? Think again. More than a half-million of these versatile family haulers roll off dealer lots each year. The Honda Odyssey was all new for 2018 and arrived sporting a more stylish exterior in the hopes of wooing buyers—and fending off the handsome and incredibly versatile Chrysler Pacifica. The cabin is roomy, quiet, and comfortable for the whole family, even those relegated to the third row. An abundance of inventive options such as an onboard vacuum, a video baby monitor, and an in-cabin intercom system accompany the expected infotainment and rear-seat-entertainment features. Honda is now offering its suite of driver-assistance technologies—including automated emergency braking and adaptive cruise control—as standard equipment on all but the base LX trim level. It all adds up to a compelling alternative to the ubiquitous crossover for moving family, friends, and cargo.

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Engine, Transmission, and Performance
Fleet-footed, efficient, and polished, the Odyssey's powertrain is a sweetheart and requires zero compromises. The standard V-6 emits a sonorous burble, but only when the driver is deep in the throttle; otherwise, nary a peep enters the cabin to disturb occupants. Two automatic transmissions are offered—a nine-speed and a 10-speed—and with either one the Odyssey's acceleration on our test track is impressive. The top-level Elite gets the 10-speed and managed a 6.6-second run from zero to 60 mph.

The Odyssey changes direction crisply, and from behind the wheel it's easy to forget you're piloting a three-row van. The steering is direct and the effort is light, but more feedback from the road would be welcome. Driving enthusiasts won't rave—it's still a minivan, after all—but the Odyssey is the best-driving minivan, and its nimbleness makes it competent in corners and easy to drive on narrow roads. Our Elite test van's ride wasn't as compliant as that of our long-term Pacifica, but its standard 19-inch wheels could be partly to blame. Our EX-L test vehicle wore 18-inch wheels and seemed better-suited to pockmarked Michigan roads. Over most road surfaces, the Odyssey displays a comfortable ride, and few passengers will complain.

Honda Odyssey Pricing and Which One to Buy
LX: $31,085
EX: $35,055
EX-L: $38,605
Touring: $45,655
Elite: $47,965
The two top trims of the Odyssey—Touring and Elite—carry high prices and come fully equipped without the need for checking multiple option boxes. The midrange EX-L is the one we'd choose, however, as it represents the best bang for the buck. As with the luxury-laden upper trims, the EX-L has plenty of standard high-tech and luxury features such as an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, leather upholstery with heat and power adjustments for the front seats, and a suite of driver-assistance features including automated emergency braking and adaptive cruise control.

Honda Odyssey

Impressive acceleration, nimble handling, well-integrated driver-assistance features.

Think minivans are fading away thanks to a proliferation of crossovers? Think again. More than a half-million of these versatile family haulers roll off dealer lots each year. The Honda Odyssey was all new for 2018 and arrived sporting a more stylish exterior in the hopes of wooing buyers—and fending off the handsome and incredibly versatile Chrysler Pacifica. The cabin is roomy, quiet, and comfortable for the whole family, even those relegated to the third row. An abundance of inventive options such as an onboard vacuum, a video baby monitor, and an in-cabin intercom system accompany the expected infotainment and rear-seat-entertainment features. Honda is now offering its suite of driver-assistance technologies—including automated emergency braking and adaptive cruise control—as standard equipment on all but the base LX trim level. It all adds up to a compelling alternative to the ubiquitous crossover for moving family, friends, and cargo.

2018-honda-odyssey-nine-speed-automatic-102.jpg
2018-honda-odyssey-nine-speed-automatic-137.jpg

Engine, Transmission, and Performance
Fleet-footed, efficient, and polished, the Odyssey's powertrain is a sweetheart and requires zero compromises. The standard V-6 emits a sonorous burble, but only when the driver is deep in the throttle; otherwise, nary a peep enters the cabin to disturb occupants. Two automatic transmissions are offered—a nine-speed and a 10-speed—and with either one the Odyssey's acceleration on our test track is impressive. The top-level Elite gets the 10-speed and managed a 6.6-second run from zero to 60 mph.

The Odyssey changes direction crisply, and from behind the wheel it's easy to forget you're piloting a three-row van. The steering is direct and the effort is light, but more feedback from the road would be welcome. Driving enthusiasts won't rave—it's still a minivan, after all—but the Odyssey is the best-driving minivan, and its nimbleness makes it competent in corners and easy to drive on narrow roads. Our Elite test van's ride wasn't as compliant as that of our long-term Pacifica, but its standard 19-inch wheels could be partly to blame. Our EX-L test vehicle wore 18-inch wheels and seemed better-suited to pockmarked Michigan roads. Over most road surfaces, the Odyssey displays a comfortable ride, and few passengers will complain.

Honda Odyssey Pricing and Which One to Buy
LX: $31,085
EX: $35,055
EX-L: $38,605
Touring: $45,655
Elite: $47,965
The two top trims of the Odyssey—Touring and Elite—carry high prices and come fully equipped without the need for checking multiple option boxes. The midrange EX-L is the one we'd choose, however, as it represents the best bang for the buck. As with the luxury-laden upper trims, the EX-L has plenty of standard high-tech and luxury features such as an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, leather upholstery with heat and power adjustments for the front seats, and a suite of driver-assistance features including automated emergency braking and adaptive cruise control.

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Melvin Wedgle

720-443-5381

Schomp Honda

1003 Plum Valley Ln,
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129

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