2013 Honda Odyssey
45,563 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$18,099
Est $261/mo

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2018 Honda Odyssey
7,142 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$31,699
Est $457/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
67,555 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$17,899
Est $258/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
43,359 Miles | Miami, FL
$18,399
Est $265/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
41,963 Miles | Margate, FL
$25,797
Est $372/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
29,428 Miles | Miami, FL
$19,799
Est $285/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
31,583 Miles | Miami, FL
$21,997
Est $317/mo

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2018 Honda Odyssey
15,280 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$30,398
Est $438/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
26,163 Miles | Hoover, AL
$26,998
Est $389/mo

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2015 Honda Odyssey
46,691 Miles | Norcross, GA
$19,599
Est $283/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
50,084 Miles | Charlotte, NC
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2015 Honda Odyssey
90,211 Miles | Buford, GA
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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2015 Honda Odyssey
29,820 Miles | Franklin, TN
$26,998
Est $389/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
35,146 Miles | West Park, FL
$21,798
Est $314/mo

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2014 Honda Odyssey
78,810 Miles | Doral, FL
$14,297
Est $206/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
26,858 Miles | Chattanooga, TN
$21,998
Est $317/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
32,761 Miles | Charlotte, NC
$20,998
Est $303/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
29,439 Miles | Norcross, GA
$23,998
Est $346/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
29,935 Miles | Norcross, GA
$22,998
Est $331/mo

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2016 Honda Odyssey
41,378 Miles | Hickory, NC
$21,998
Est $317/mo

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Honda Odyssey Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
212 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.4
Performance
3.8
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
3.6
Reliability
4.3

Honda Odyssey Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Honda Odyssey - The Honda Odyssey is a great, safe family van.

Tara
Jonesborough, Tennessee
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I like the fact the Odyssey has side curtain airbags. It also has plenty of seats and if you have all of them filled you still have plenty of room for each person. There are separate controls for each persons heat/air comforts so no more one kid being hot and the other cold, they can control that themselves. There is plenty of storage for emergency supplies so they aren't in the way at any time. The seats are heated leather, I have back issues and drive a lot so the heat eases my back pain and makes it bearable to drive for hours like I need to. The doors are electronic and I'm not crazy about that feature. Where it is getting a little age on it they get stuck and have to be reset every once and awhile. The interior is light grey and is hard to keep stain-free with children. I don't li... (more)
Story
There was a torrential downpour with thunder and lightening on night we were afraid to get out of the van and go in it was so bad so we stayed in the van for hours waiting on it to stop the kids got to get out of their seats and they played like it was a boat and we were caught at sea in a storm. They had a blast and we even got in on the fun, daddy was captain, mommy was first mate and they w... (more)
Pros
The pros about the Odyssey are the dvd player, the cd changer, fold up seats, and that are enough places to charge all the kids' devices. The heated seats are a godsend also.
Cons
The VSA system and the electronic doors are the worst features. It doesn't take much to open a door so why had something else that could tear up and have to be fixed for more money. The VSA system really isn't even needed, vehicles had been doing great without them all those years.

2002 Honda Odyssey - Great van, My man

R Byrum
Lynchburg, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I acquired my van second hand but it still rides like brand new, and its an 02. Its the deluxe one with the heated leather seats, they make me feel all fancy, and the power side doors on both sides, which is extremely helpful in this day of decreasing parking. I am impressed with the inclusion of multiple environment comfort zones. Do you know how awesome it is to be able to give my passengers air with out freezing myself? The only things that I would change would be to add in the stereotypical dvd player and hd screens in the head rests because I do have a daughter and they are a God send for those long difficult days. Overall I am thoroughly satisfied with my van. I fully intend on purchasing another one when I need to pick up my next vehicle.
Story
One morning my girlfriend and I woke up and looked outside and saw that it had begun to snow pretty heavily. We both decided to hop in the van and make a quick trip to the convenience store to pick up some supplies before the roads got too bad. We had not gotten a mile down the road before the roads were completely covered. Now would be a good time for me to mention that I live in a rural are... (more)
Pros
I enjoy that my air condition still works and has not needed any maintenance other than routine upkeep such as tires and oil changes. The heated seats are a pleasant treat for cold winter mornings.
Cons
The only thing I can say negative would be that the gas mileage is not the greatest in the world, but considering how big the thing is I would not really consider it a con.

2011 Honda Odyssey - Very happy with my purchase.

Tasha
Logan, Utah
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I have had this car for two years, and it has performed very well. We have not had any major problems with it. It gets good gas mileage for a van (around 22-25 mpg) and has a large fuel tank (around 21-22 gallons). I only have to fill it up once every 400 miles or so. The ride is comfortable, something that I appreciate very much with kids. The quality of the interior is higher than any other car I have owned. The leather trim on all the seats is comfortable and perfect with kids-it is easy to wipe up any messes, and it doesn't hold in weird smells like fabric does. I love that I can easily customize the seating in the second and third row. It is very easy to remove one or all seats if I wish. The third row folds right into the floor! I love that feature. I have removed the seats and f... (more)
Story
One of the biggest pros of getting this car was the ability to use it to pick up drywall and lumber from the home improvement store. I remember how happy my husband was when we were able to fit that in there without asking someone for their truck!
Pros
Seating customization. Cargo space. Leather trim feels high-quality. Good gas mileage. Comfortable ride. Good leg room. Seats are easy to remove. Seats are easy to clean. Middle seat belts store in ceiling when not needed.
Cons
Dashboard controls are a bit cluttered. I wish it were four-wheel drive.

Honda Odyssey Generations

Honda introduced its first minivan, the Odyssey for the 1995 model year. It was initially built in Japan, but Honda later shifted productions to North American plants. The Odyssey is currently in its fifth generation.

2018-Present (5th Generation)

The 2018 model year brought many updates to the Odyssey including a choice between a nine- or ten-speed automatic transmission (the ten-speed is available on the high-end Touring and Elite trim levels). This generation's 3.5-liter, six-cylinder engine carries over from the previous generation but now makes 280 horsepower.

The five trim levels from the previous generations continue into this model.

Inside, the Odyssey adds 'Magic-slide' seats for the second row, giving parents plenty of flexibility for access to their kids. There's an entertainment screen for the middle and rear seats and an intercom-style cabin-talk system on the upper trim levels. There are 12-volt power outlets in both the front and rear cabin areas, USB charging ports, and a rear-view camera are standard with most trim levels.

Safety features include forward-collision warning and lane-departure warning for the EX-L trim levels and up.

The exterior was also redesigned to be sleeker and the body is slightly narrower, but a little longer.

2011-2017 (4th Generation)

In 2011, Honda made significant changes to the Odyssey's exterior including a wider body and lowered roof line.

A Touring Elite version was added as the top trim level bringing the total to five trims: LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and Touring Elite.

Touring models offered a six-speed automatic transmission while the other trims used a five-speed automatic. A 3.5-liter V6 engine with 248 horsepower is standard on all Odyssey trims.

This generation includes the introduction of the lane-watch system with a camera in the passenger side rear-view mirror for improved blind-spot visibility.

Higher trim levels also came with a voice-activated navigation system with an XM Nav-traffic system.

For the 2014 model year, Honda gave the Odyssey a mild update. It subtly changed the headlights and taillights, added the six-speed automatic transmission to all trim levels and added new active safety features like forward-collision warning and lane-departure warning.

The 2014 models got an upgrade in the entertainment system that provided access to Pandora music and hands-free Bluetooth connectivity.

2005-2010 (3rd Generation)

In 2005 Honda launched the third-generation Odyssey. It came with a 3.5-liter, six-cylinder engine which was initially rated at 255 horsepower, but lowered to a 244 horsepower from 2006 onward. Higher-end trims (EX and Touring models) received Honda's variable cylinder management system or VCM. The VCM allows the vehicle to run on 3,4, or 6 cylinders in certain conditions for increased fuel efficiency. All trim levels came with a five-speed transmission.

There are four trim levels on this generation of Odyssey: LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring. This Odyssey now seats eight passengers and adds a sliding second-row seat for easier configuration of the cabin. A power liftgate, adjustable pedals, memory seats and run-flat tires were added as options on certain trims.

1999-2004 (2nd Generation)

In 1999, the second-generation Odyssey grew significantly from the first generation. It also adopted conventional minivan doors that slide rather than the swing-out doors from the first-generation.

Not only did the body increase in size, but so did the engine. This generation saw the introduction of the 3.5-liter, six-cylinder engine with 210 horsepower instead of the smaller four-cylinder engine on the previous model. While it still continued to use the four-speed transmission from the previous generation during the first three model years, a more reliable, five-speed transmission was introduced in the 2002 model as well as an upgrade in horsepower to 240.

This generation continues with the two trim levels of the previous generation. Seating capacity for both trim levels is seven, but the sliding doors on the EX trim are power-operated. In 2002, added safety features include latch-style seat anchors for child seats, front-seat side impact airbags and anti-lock brakes. Traction control was also added to the LX trim line where it was previously only offered on EX trims.

1995-1998 (1st Generation)

The first-generation Odyssey was Honda's first foray into the minivan market. This original model was based on the Accord platform and shared many components with that sedan. The Odyssey came with a four-cylinder, 2.2-liter, 140-horsepower engine and a four-speed transmission. In 1998, the engine was updated to a 2.3-liter, 150-horsepower version.

This original Odyssey deviated from the standard minivan format in that its rear doors didn't slide like most competitors but instead swung out like a traditional vehicle.

The interior was considered smaller than its competitors but offered plenty of seating with a third-row, fold-down seat that fit into a floor compartment for more cargo space. The LX trim level had seating for up to seven with its second and third-row bench seats. The EX fits six people, but its second row had removable captain's seats instead of a bench.

Only two trim levels were available: LX and EX. The EX trim included several features such as power door locks with keyless entry, power sunroof, and a six-speaker CD system. Later EX options offered body-colored mirrors and alloy wheels.

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