What Is the 2015 Honda Odyssey?
The 2015 Honda Odyssey is a minivan with seating for up to eight. It's comparable to models like the Toyota Sienna and Chrysler Town & Country and is available in five trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and Touring Elite.
What's New on the 2015 Honda Odyssey?
There are no significant changes for the 2015 model year.
How Does the 2015 Honda Odyssey Compare to Other Minivans?
Though the Odyssey is a little more pricey than the competition, it's worth the extra cost thanks to its performance and efficiency. In addition, convenience features like the expandable second row and HondaVac integrated vacuum cleaner make it a top contender.
What Features in the 2015 Honda Odyssey Are Most Important?
The Honda Odyssey is powered by a 248-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. When properly equipped, the Odyssey can tow up to 3,500 lbs.
Significant standard features include 17-inch steel wheels, taillights with LEDs, 15 cupholders, fabric upholstery and power front seats. Notable available features include a power liftgate, power moonroof, power-sliding side doors, HondaVac, a rear entertainment system, integrated sunshades, heated front seats and a navigation system.
As is required on all new vehicles, the Odyssey is equipped with front airbags, antilock brakes and an electronic stability system. Front-seat side-impact airbags, three-row side-curtain airbags, active front head restraints and a backup camera are all standard. Available safety options include a blind spot monitoring system, forward collision warning, lane departure warning and a LaneWatch camera.
Should I Buy the 2015 Honda Odyssey?
Even though it may not be the most affordable option on the market, the Odyssey stands out in the minivan crowd for its impressive gas mileage, available amenities, good visibility and high-quality interior.
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