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By Cars.com Staff
July 6, 2012
Redesigned for 2011, the Honda Odyssey minivan sits lower but wider than its predecessor, with a look Honda says was inspired by lightning bolts. All Odysseys carry a 3.5-liter V-6 engine. The minivan seats up to eight and competitors include the Toyota Sienna, Chrysler's Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan, and the Nissan Quest. The Odyssey comes only in front-wheel drive. New for 2013 All Odyssey trim levels now come with a standard backup camera. Exterior The Odyssey is styled to stand out among a sea of parked minivans. Its belt line falls abruptly at the C-pillars, resulting in an offset rear-quarter window. Honda says the design enhances sightlines for passengers in the third row. Rails for the sliding doors sit well below the windows; Honda says keeping the motors for the power-sliding doors lower allows for more shoulder room in the third row. Additional exterior features include:
Standard 17-inch wheels; 18-inch wheels optional
Available power liftgate
Available power moonroof
Available xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights
Available power-sliding side doors
Interior Honda says the interior sports such tricks as a flip-up ring to mount a trash sack for second-row passengers and an air-conditioned console up front that can keep a six-pack of soda cool. A power driver's seat, air conditioning and cruise control are standard. Additional interior features include:
Sliding second-row center seat moves up to 6 inches closer to the front of the cabin to keep an infant within arm's reach
Available rear entertainment system; Touring Elite model gets a 16.2-inch widescreen display and surround sound
Available integrated sunshades
Available heated leather front seats
Available navigation system
Standard collapsible third-row seat creates a flat load floor
Under the Hood The standard 3.5-liter V-6 makes 248 horsepower; it has a fuel-saving cylinder deactivation system across all trims. Additional mechanical features include:
Engine uses regular gas
LX, EX and EX-L models have a five-speed automatic transmission
Touring and Touring Elite use a six-speed automatic, along with low-rolling-resistance tires and a few aerodynamic improvements
Maximum towing capacity is 3,500 pounds when properly equipped
Safety Standard safety features include:
Front-, side-impact and three-row side curtain airbags
Electronic stability system with traction control
Active front head restraints
Blind spot warning system (Touring Elite)
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