A Kelley Blue Book review declares that the redesigned 2018 Honda Odyssey is the “best family car the world has ever seen.” And with one look inside, it is hard to argue with that. Even the standard LX model offers materials and features that are luxurious, comfortable, and versatile for a hectic life. The seats are durable and offer comfortable support no matter how long the journey. The upper trim levels see leather-trimmed seating and a leather-wrapped steering wheel as well as heated and ventilated front seats. And with active noise cancellation on all models, the cabin is quiet and peaceful—at least when it comes to road noise.
The spacious Odyssey is accommodating and versatile with several different seating and cargo configurations possible so you can make room for whatever you might need. The standard LX trim accommodates seven passengers, while the other trims bump that up to eight passengers. The total passenger volume measures at 163.6 cubic feet and offers plenty of leg, head and hip room, no matter where you are sitting.
A One-Motion 60/40-split third-row Magic Seat allows drivers to reconfigure the interior to accommodate more cargo or bulky-shaped items. The EX and higher trim levels also see an additional Magic Slide second-row seat, which can move the outboard seat in the second row toward the center, putting the seat in easy arm’s reach of the driver and allowing easier access to the third row.
There is also plenty of cargo space inside the Odyssey. Behind the third row, there is 38.6 cubic feet available. When you need a bit more cargo room, the third row folds down and gives the space behind the second row a total of 92.0 cubic feet. And with all the rear seats flat, behind the first row there is 158.0 cubic feet.
The comfort features inside the Odyssey include push-button start, cruise control, ambient console lighting, lockable glove compartment, beverage holders in all rows, automatic climate control, and much more.
For drivers who want even more comfort, the upper trim levels offer features such as blue ambient LED lighting, upper seatback pockets (front row), tri-zone automatic climate control with humidity control and air filtration, and an automatic-dimming rearview mirror. There is even a built-in vacuum on the Touring and Elite trim levels, which makes cleaning up messes on the go a breeze.
Standard entertainment features include Bluetooth HandsFreeLink and streaming audio, an MP3/auxiliary input jack, SMS text message function, USB smartphone ports, and more.
As you explore the upper trim levels you can expect to find even more features designed to keep you entertained and connected, such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus an advanced rear entertainment system with a 10.2-inch screen, Blu-ray player, and built-in streaming apps. Mobile hotspot capability, a wireless phone charger, and much more round out the many ways everyone inside the Odyssey can stay occupied and entertained while on the road.
Standard technology includes a 5-inch color LCD screen on the LX model, which gets upgraded starting with the EX to an 8-inch Display Audio touchscreen with customizable feature settings so you can put the controls you use most just where you want them.
The Touring and Elite trims comes standard with CabinWatch, a camera with night vision that allows the driver and front passenger a view of the rear seats that will display on the audio touchscreen in the front. You can keep an eye on activity in the rear seats and even access CabinTalk, an in-car PA system that allows you to talk through the speakers in the Odyssey or through the headphones.
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