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10 Things to Know about the 2018 Honda Odyssey

Car and Driver Logo By Dave VanderWerp of Car and Driver | Slide 1 of 11: In case you didn’t notice the far more energetic styling—a bit too energetic, perhaps—the Honda Odyssey is completely redesigned for its fifth generation that starts for 2018, moving to the platform shared with the latest Pilot and Ridgeline. There are new family-friendly features plus more side-to-side second-row seat adjustability and an all-new Android-based infotainment system. The biggest dimensional change is an ever so slight (0.7 inch) narrowing of overall width, done for the purposes of reducing frontal area and improving aerodynamics. This means that total interior volume shrinks slightly, but cargo volume remains consistent, and all three rows are still habitable by adults. The 2018 Odyssey comes in five familiar trim levels, ranging from the $30,930 LX to the $47,610 Elite. Flip through to learn even more about the 2018 Odyssey’s newness.

10 Things to Know about the 2018 Honda Odyssey

In case you didn’t notice the far more energetic styling—a bit too energetic, perhaps—the Honda Odyssey is completely redesigned for its fifth generation that starts for 2018, moving to the platform shared with the latest Pilot and Ridgeline. There are new family-friendly features plus more side-to-side second-row seat adjustability and an all-new Android-based infotainment system. The biggest dimensional change is an ever so slight (0.7 inch) narrowing of overall width, done for the purposes of reducing frontal area and improving aerodynamics. This means that total interior volume shrinks slightly, but cargo volume remains consistent, and all three rows are still habitable by adults. The 2018 Odyssey comes in five familiar trim levels, ranging from the $30,930 LX to the $47,610 Elite. Flip through to learn even more about the 2018 Odyssey’s newness.

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