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Honda Odyssey
4 stars - based on 4 reviews
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Facelift - Honda Odyssey 2.4 EX 8-Seater (A)
The front end of the Honda Odyssey has been refreshed with a sleek pair of LED head lights, bold grille and bumper along with various updates inside as well.
Large, useful and versatile Japanese MPV
While some might feel that the Odyssey is getting a little old, since it has been around for quite some time with most updates being just facelifts without major changes. But this shouldn't take away from the fact that it is an excellent MPV with lots of space and versatility to offer. Unlike some other MPVs, the Odyssey's third row seats knocks down and folds neatly into the recess in the boot floor, creating a flat, useful surface. Of course when the 3rd row is used, this additional space is pretty handy as well. Driving impressions, being an NA large engine, the Odyssey although not very powerful, offers a smooth and refined drive. For a sweet Japanese MPV with lots of space, it really is quite a good deal
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Large, reliable people hauler
This new Odyssey although looks better than before, is still just a facelift. The Odyssey has remained the same for quite some time with multiple facelifts, Honda should come up with an entirely new model soon. Overall it is quite a nice drive, handles quite nicely for such a big car, but the engine feels quite strained even though it is quite a large capacity. This might be due to it being non turbo. The interior of this car is also very similar to the older pre facelift model, only the top half of the dashbaord has been updated. But it is quite spacious inside and you can fold down the last row seats to get flat floor, vbery handy.
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Good Japanese MPV for fetching family out
The big grille on this new Honda Odyssey looks very fierce, in fact the whole front looks different from last time, it is only when I saw the side profile then I noticed it is a facelift version, not a totally new car. Honda did quite a big change for this facelift, inside, the dashboard, meter and center screen has been upgraded. It has all the features you expect in new cars like Android Auto. It is very spacious inside, but if you use the third row seats, there is not much space left for cargo.
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Nothing like a Japanese MPV
If you're looking for a luxury SUV with AD backing the Odyssey is really a good choice. And this new facelift really makes it a little more unique and puts up a proper fight against the Toyota luxury MPV twins the Alphard and Vellfire.
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  Items for Honda Odyssey
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