Know why we like minivans? Because we know families and readers like you actually need them – larger vehicles with sliding doors. Not full-size SUVs with third-rows that drop down for extra cargo. That doesn’t help anyone. Especially the kids…sitting in the third-row.
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Today, Honda unveiled their all-new Odyssey — a world debut at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. The new 2018 Odyssey promises to be a sleeker, more sophisticated family carrier than the out-going model. Main features include advanced connectivity and entertainment with new Display Audio, CabinWatch, CabinTalk & streaming video with 4G LTE Wi-Fi. Plus, a second-row seat dubbed New Magic Slide. With a name like that, we can only assume it’ll help families out, offering reconfigurable, optimal passenger comfort, people- and cargo-hauling flexibility, and easy access to third-row seating – even when one or two rear-facing child seats are placed in the second row.
The new 2018 Odyssey also gets the new 10-speed transmission joining the current DI V6 powertrain lineup with a 3.5L i-VTEC V6. This list of features goes on, as you’d expect from a new-age minivan.
The 2018 Honda Odyssey hits dealerships this Spring 2017.
Learn more – 2018 Honda Odyssey