2019 Honda Odyssey

The Honda Odyssey is a 7 to 8 seat minivan. The Odyssey was well past due for a complete redesign, and Honda lastly gave in to the weeps for a brand-new minivan with the revamped 2018 Odyssey. With this new look still fresh, we anticipate essentially no changes in the 2019 Odyssey. New 2019 Honda Odyssey will likewise be offered in 6 trims like its previous model, the LX, EX, EX-L, EX-L Res and Nav, Elite and Touring. It is expected that the new Honda minivan will provide competitors to Toyotas Sienna.

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2019 Honda Odyssey Design

The new Odyssey is a refreshing venture far from the aging previous-generation minivan, but it isn’t a shocking rework. It retains the fundamental percentages of the previous model, but acquires some additional styling touches that punch it up, like its more elegant front end, scalloped doors, and swooping rear glass. All these style cues ought to remain the very same in the 2019 Odyssey.

2019 Honda Odyssey Interior

Inside, Honda focused primarily on performance instead of design in the 2018 redesign, as the most essential changes included the ingenious sliding second-row seat, boosted legroom, and a new push-button transmission. We expect the look of the Odyssey’s cabin to remain the exact same in 2019.

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2019 Honda Odyssey Engine

We likewise anticipate the 2019 Odyssey’s powertrain to stay the same. The existing vehicle comes with a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 280 horse power and 262 pound-feet of torque. Shifting responsibilities are dealt with by a 10-speed automated transmission. Front-wheel drive will, as soon as again, likely remain the only available drive format, though there has actually been some clamoring for all-wheel drive.

2019 Honda Odyssey Safety

Security is no issue for the redesigned Odyssey, as the 2018 model received the IIHS’ Top Safety Pick Plus rating. This is thanks to its “Good” scores in all 5 crash tests, “Superior” ranking in front-crash prevention and “Acceptable” rating in the headlight test.

Something to bear in mind, though, is that the automatic emergency situation braking system needed to get this score becomes part of the Honda Sensing Package, so you’ll have to invest a little money to obtain it. These scores and features are expected to bring into the 2019 Odyssey unchanged.

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2019 Honda Odyssey Pricing & Release Date

While there is no official release date yet for the 2019 Honda Odyssey, based upon the model’s common schedule, we anticipate to see it at some point in late-spring of 2018. Without any changes in store, we see no reason for any unexpected rate walkings for the 2019 Odyssey. Try to find it to hug the 2018 model’s $30,930 to $47,610 (location costs included) price range. The key competitors for the 2019 Odyssey will consist of the Toyota Sienna and Chrysler Pacifica.