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The redesigned 2018 Honda Odyssey is exceptionally well thought out, brimming with cool tech, spacious, comfortable, and well controlled on the road. Add in plenty of safety features, and it's a smart way to carry the family.
The 2018 Honda Odyssey features more plugs, more packaging, and more conveniences than a rolling circus—including sticky cotton candy everywhere.
Just when we thought that every possible family-oriented convenience had been plugged into the world of minivans, Honda has delivered a new minivan with every imaginable feature, with one big rival in mind.
With the redesigned Odyssey, Honda's translated its Civic-on-steroids styling in its quest to take down the flashy minivan newcomer—the Chrysler Pacifica, which we named our 2017 Best Car to Buy.
The Odyssey’s biggest highlight may be a camera that lets the driver watch passengers in the second and third rows without the distraction of having to look back, but the Odyssey is positively packed with new features.
Other new features include sliding second-row seats with a removable middle section and outboard seats that slide fore and aft and side to side. Also new are 4G LTE wi-fi hotspot capability that can power the rear entertainment system, a wireless charging pad for smartphones, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and an app that lets passengers set the rear temperature and send songs to the radio. That's in addition to the carryover in-van vacuum that comes on the top two models.
Honda offers plenty of luxury features, too, including heated and cooled seats, a heated steering wheel, a hands-free tailgate, ambient lighting, and an 11-speaker sound system.
Honda made performance changes to improve the way the Odyssey drives. The new structure is stiffer, the steering is quicker, and there are new 9- and 10-speed automatic transmissions.
Under the hood lies a new 3.5-liter V-6 that produces 280 horsepower, 32 more than last year. Fuel economy improves, making the Odyssey the most efficient minivan in the class, aside from the plug-in Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. More effort was also made to block noise in the cabin.
On the safety front, the new Odyssey adds such features as automatic emergency braking and forward-collision warnings, blind-spot monitors, active lane control, and adaptive cruise control. All but the base model get all of these features, but all models get knee airbags for the driver and front passenger. Crash-test scores are nearly perfect.
Its lightning-bolt profile adds visual interest and the Honda Odyssey has some presence, but it isn’t pretty.
Like the outgoing Odyssey, the 2018 model should stand out from its competitors in a parking lot, but it's not the prettiest minivan on the market. That distinction goes to the Chrysler Pacifica.
The Odyssey's front end is intentionally derivative of the brand's Pilot crossover and Civic compact car, and all models now have active grille shutters to improve aerodynamic efficiency on the highway. A large chrome grille runs between headlights that contain LED running lamps. LED headlights and fog lights are included on the top Touring model.
From the side, the Odyssey retains the previous model's "lightning bolt" chrome belt line kink, but it's toned down. However, this van dresses things up a little with a deep swoop carved into its hinged front and sliding rear doors. Honda moved the sliding-side-door channels to the bottom of the third-row window glass to hide them better.
The rear end echoes the front's chrome bar theme and includes standard LED taillights.
Inside, Honda added more soft-touch materials to give the Odyssey a more expensive look. It’s built around a digital instrument cluster and a large center screen. A massive center console has deep storage and a wide, flat area to put purses and the like in front of it. It's not beautiful, but it is useful.