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All-New 2018 Honda Odyssey Minivan Goes On Sale Today for $29,990

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The all-new 2018 Honda Odyssey

The all-new 2018 Honda Odyssey

The all-new and completely redesigned 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan is on sale at Honda dealerships nationwide today, sporting a starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $29,990 for the base LX model.

The EX model is priced at $33,860, the EX-L at $37,360, the EX-L Navi Res at $39,360, the Touring at $44,510, and the top-of-the-line Elite trim at $46,670. The new asking prices represent a modest increase in the Odyssey’s cost.

The best-selling minivan in America for the past seven years, the Odyssey looks to retain its title in 2017. This fifth-generation model continues its evolution to meet the needs of changing American families by raising the bar in the minivan segment in areas such as performance, cabin quietness, family-friendly interior space, comfort, and connectivity.


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Tech improvements include newly standard Honda Sensing technology, a new Display Audio system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and new Magic Slide 2nd-row seats in EX and above trims. The Odyssey Touring and Elite models distinguish themselves with a long list of available new premium features and technologies, including a CabinWatch day/night video monitor, CabinTalk in-car PA system, 4G LTE in-car Wi-Fi, a new Rear Entertainment System (RES) with Blu-ray and streaming video, a hands-free power tailgate, a heated steering wheel, LED accent lighting, and more.

The new 3.5-liter SOHC direct-injected i-VTEC V6 engine pumps out 32 more horsepower than the outgoing model, and new 9-speed and available 10-speed automatic transmissions with standard paddle shifters contribute to the Odyssey’s class-leading performance and improved EPA fuel economy ratings of 19/28/22 mpg city/highway/combined.

The new 2018 Odyssey also features the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assistive and safety technologies as standard on EX and above trims, which Honda anticipates will account for a whopping 95% of new Odyssey sales.


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