2018 Honda Odyssey is one of those new vans that look like SUV, mostly thanks to the size and equipment. It was very popular in past decade to have a large vehicle that fulfills all buyers’ needs. It offers long ground clearance; a wide third row of the seats and large cargo space, so everyone can use it for heavy load and work, but on the other hand, the cabin is as modern and comfortable as in vans we used to see on the street. The manufacturers have obviously decided to provide everything which is needed to attract buyers, and as we concerned, there will be many new combinations like this.
As on many other Honda cars, 2018 Honda Odyssey has also recognizable V-grille and rounded hood line above it. Between grille and air intake is a wide chromatic line as a main novelty in this model, while the front bumper has redesigned large LED lights on the ends. Below them is wide air intake and rounded fog lights. The rear end is longer than on the last model, decorated with a thin spoiler on the top of the truck door and old-fashioned rear lights. The car stands on large 19-inch wheels and has wide skid plates – to be more like SUV.
The cabin in 2018 Honda Odyssey is a demonstration of the combining a van and an SUV, mostly in terms of the comfort and design. It has greatly designed large dashboard, with the wide steering wheel and many commands and buttons there. The manufacturer has put things like Wi-Fi connection, smartphone connection, Heart Radio and improved navigation system, all controlled from the 8.0-inch touchscreen. The car is more like SUV thanks to the largely adjustable seats, the wide third row with plenty of space even for taller passengers. For those who are planning to use this vehicle for heavy load, there is a vacuum cleaner incorporated in a vehicle, too.
The engine in 2018 Honda Odyssey is perhaps the only thing that is not changed with this model, so there is 3.5-liter V6 petrol unit which we found in Pilot, paired with the nine-speed automatic transmission. This engine has 286 horsepower and increases the speed 60 mph for 6 seconds. The transmission could be the only changed and improved with this engine since the manufacturer will offer a 10-speed transmission in higher trims.
2018 Honda Odyssey
You can buy it on their official website, it will cost from $30,000. However, higher trims could have a higher price, but not more than $50,000.