By design, vans meet needs. but the new Odyssey goes above and beyond. It takes high-tech to new heights. Its conveniences are not just thoughtful — you could almost call them enchanting. And it may seem strange, but can a van really know when all you need is a little you-time? the answer is yes. And suddenly, you no longer need a van. You want one. Because this is no ordinary van. This is the Odyssey.
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There’s one main reason for buying a minivan: flexibility. And the 2011 Honda Odyssey has been rethought to be even more configurable than ever before. Whether the day involves transporting adults in comfort, maximizing your kid-carrying capacity or even making a run to the lumber yard, this interior is ready to respond – quickly and easily.
The Odyssey is quick.and nimble. It takes it up a notch with an even smoother, quieter ride. And the steering system has been refined for easier low-speed steering effort, as well as a more confident feel on the highway. Consider the minivan performance bar raised. Again.
Every Odyssey is equipped with a powerful 3.5-liter V-6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) for brisk acceleration as well as maximized mpg. Combine that with a new 6-speed automatic transmission, and Odyssey Touring models achieve up to 28 highway mpg. It’s the kind of efficiency most vans only dream of.
The all-new 2011 Odyssey is equipped with high-intensity discharge (HID) headlights – a first for any Odyssey. They cast a longer, brighter beam to help light up the night when you’re traveling on dark roads (Touring Elite).
The power sliding door switch is located right where a second-row sitter would expect to find it. The position of the second-row walk-in levers makes getting to the third row simple, while recline levers offer a quick way to ease back. And there’s one more convenience: a trash-bag ring, sized to use shopping bags.
The second row features a center seat that can accomplish a multitude of tasks. It’s now wide enough for a child seat, and can slide forward, putting the child seat within easy reach of a front passenger. Fold down the seatback, and it becomes a food or beverage tray. And the two second-row outboard seats can slide left or right. The resulting “wide mode” creates either more comfort for passengers, or more room for two additional child seats in the second row.
The third row has room for three adult passengers – and three beverage holders. A fold-down center armrest makes it cozier for two (Touring models). On vans equipped with a rear entertainment system, there’s a 115-volt power outlet and A/V inputs. In this van, taking the back seat is a pleasure.