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Designed and built in the United States, the five available models consist of the Honda Odyssey LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and Touring Elite, with each providing a unique combination of features, value, luxury and in-vehicle entertainment technology. Changes for 2012 include the addition of select features to the Odyssey EX that were previously exclusive to the Odyssey EX-L. For 2012, the Odyssey EX now includes Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®, the intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID) with an 8-inch TFT screen, a 2-GB CD Library and a USB Audio Interface
The Honda Odyssey Concept is projected to depart from conventional minivan styling with its low and wide stance. This concept introduces a sleek and distinctive exterior styling direction for the next generation of minivan and an enhanced interior accommodating space for people as well as payload. The basic dimensions of Honda Odyssey Concept is 202.8 inches long, 78.5 inches wide, and 68.3 inches high, with a Wheelbase sized at 118.1 inches. The Odyssey’s profile, which is designed in aggressive body-to-wheel proportions, is highlighted by a “lightning-bolt” beltline
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The all-new 2011 Honda Odyssey comes with a 3.5-liter i-VTEC™ V-6 engine with three-mode Variable Cylinder Management™ and Preliminary estimated fuel economy, Odyssey Touring Elite (City/Highway): 19/28 miles per gallon. For the exterior, Honda Odyssey Touring Elite comes with a HID front headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, 12.6-inch ventilated front disc brakes, Power side mirrors with integrated turn indicators and Power tailgate. Features of the 2011 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite interior includes: AM/FM/XM/CD Premium Audio System with 12 Speakers, Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ with Voice Activation, Ultra-Wide Rear Entertainment System (RES) with split-screen capability, External HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) input, 150-watt AC power outlet, Media tray with integrated beverage holder, Removable 1st row center console with hidden storage, New cool box in lower center stack (keeps items cool when vehicle is running), Leather-trimmed seating with heated front seats, Memory-linked 10-way power driver’s seat, LATCH child seat anchors in five seating positions, including three positions in the second row to accommodate three child seats simultaneously, Two captain’s chairs in the second row provide adult comfort with center seat folded down, One-strap stowable 3rd Row Magic Seat®, Second- and third-row passenger window sunshades, 15 beverage holders and Trash bag ring
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Designed and built in the United States, the five available models consist of the Honda Odyssey LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and , with each providing a unique combination of features, value, luxury and in-vehicle entertainment technology. Changes for 2012 include the addition of select features to the Odyssey EX that were previously exclusive to the Odyssey EX-L. For 2012, the Odyssey EX now includes Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®, the intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID) with an 8-inch TFT screen, a 2-GB CD Library and a USB Audio Interface
The all-new 2011 Honda Odyssey seeks to redefine the concept of the minivan with its aggressive stance and sporty "lightning-bolt" beltline. The lightning bolt not only provides an exclusive appearance, but also adds increased visibility for third-row passengers. New interior features add more convenience for families, while available entertainment technology introduces high-definition connectivity and split-screen viewing. Currently the best-selling minivan in the U.S., the all-new 2011 Honda Odyssey is set to go on sale in the fall of 2010
The Honda Odyssey Concept, on display at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show, introduces a sleek and distinctive exterior styling direction for the next generation of the industry's best-selling minivan, set to debut this fall, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced today. The Honda Odyssey Concept dramatically departs from conventional minivan styling with its low and wide stance, highlighted by a "lightning-bolt" beltline that further distinguishes the vehicle's profile. Compared to the 2009 , the Concept's slightly lower roofline (-1
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced the sales in Japan of the all-new Honda Odyssey starting October 17th, 2008. The fully remodeled Odyssey features a low-floor and low center-of-gravity package that enables a low profile roofline and performance beyond ordinary minivans together with a spacious cabin. The new Honda Odyssey is also equipped with advanced safety technologies, including the new Multi-view Camera. Designed around the concept of emotive quality that will move all who experience it, the new fourth generation Honda Odyssey provides an advanced fusion of the human/machine interface, a liberated feeling for all occupants, and a distinctive presence
The significantly-updated-for-2008 Honda Odyssey minivan receives new exterior styling along with a more fuel-efficient version of the available Variable Cylinder Management™ (VCM®) i-VTEC V-6 engine. Exterior styling focuses on a bolder, six-sided grille design and a front bumper fascia with crisp lines that add to the vehicle's dynamic and premium appearance. "The Odyssey is the king of the Honda lineup when it comes to moving the maximum number of people in maximum comfort," said Dick Colliver, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Co
In 2003, the Accord underwent another major redesign. This time, Honda decided to create two different cars that would bear the Accord name in different markets. The car known as the Accord in the US and Asian markets is based on the JDM Honda Inspire. Meanwhile the Japanese and European markets received a smaller, sportier Accord. This car was later released in the US as the Acura TSX. Larger than ever, the Accord is given a new level of refinement with chrome interior accents and higher grade materials
In 2003, the Accord underwent another major redesign. This time, Honda decided to create two different cars that would bear the Accord name in different markets. The car known as the Accord in the US and Asian markets is based on the JDM Honda Inspire. Meanwhile the Japanese and European markets received a smaller, sportier Accord. This car was later released in the US as the Acura TSX. Larger than ever, the Accord is given a new level of refinement with chrome interior accents and higher grade materials