They're not words often ascribed to a car with so much seating. But there's no question about it - this attractive people mover is the exception to every rule. With its low lines, elegant proportions and fine details the Honda Odyssey is destined to turn heads.
Where style goes, functionality boldly follows. Sleek, sexy and refined. They're not words often ascribed to a people mover. But there is no question about it the Honda Odyssey is the exception to every rule. Elegantly proportioned and perfectly streamlined, the Odyssey is accentuated by alloy wheels that appear to be urging the Odyssey forward even before the engine starts. The cleanly arranged dashboard brings a touch of elegance to your driving experience. A seamlessly integrated central display keeps the most important information in direct sight.
A powerful people mover, with handling that defies its size. At the heart of this car lies an impressive 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC engine, with enough power for a quick cross-town jaunt or a full-on cross-country trip with the whole family in tow. The Odyssey generates an impressive 225Nm of torque and 129kW of pure power, making every little errand a pleasure to run. So how does it perform under pressure in the supermarket carpark for example? Well the Odyssey runs circles around the competition. Tiny circles in fact. At just 10.8 metres, it rivals even the Civic Sedan.
Intelligent features. Easy to operate. It wouldn't be a Honda without its cleverly designed interface. This full-colour, 7-inch touchscreen display keeps you connected to your world. What's more, with access to Siri® voice commands, you needn't take your hands off the steering wheel. Answer a call, listen to music and even send and receive messages all while staying focused on the road.
With its 5-star ANCAP safety rating, the highest possible assessment, safety comes first in the Odyssey. The clever Honda i-SRS driver airbag system inflates at different rates depending on crash severity, seatbelt usage and a host of other factors to keep you safe behind the wheel. Dual front, side and full-length curtain airbags are standard. In the event of a collision, the seatback springs are optimised so that the seat will more equally absorb the occupantís impact, in a manner that can minimise the severity of a whiplash injury.