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Honda Odyssey Review : LT4

Our time with the Honda Odyssey has come to an end, and despite none of the CarAdvice testers having a tribe of kids, it's been an office favourite.

Honda Odyssey Review: LT3

I can't help it. This crazy car puts a smile on my dial. For those that reach that stage in life - when the need a for a seven-seat people mover can no longer be ignored - your options are limited and it can seem like a death sentence. Luckily it doesn't have to be that way. There are options that are quirky, interesting, stylish and comfortable...

Honda Odyssey Review : Long-term report two

Tim loads up the Odyssey for a road trip to Byron Bay.

Honda Odyssey Review : Long-term report one

CarAdvice has taken delivery of a new long-term loan car - the top-spec Honda Odyssey VTi-L. Trent Nikolic gets into people-moving mode.

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Honda Odyssey Videos

Honda Odyssey Review : Six months on

http://www.caradvice.com.au/333840/?yt_desc - Read the article here. Six months and more than 7000km since we took delivery, the Honda Odyssey continued to be an office favourite, but unfortunately it's time to hand back the keys. We learnt a lot about the incredibly versatile people mover over the time we spent with it...

Honda Odyssey: Up Close and Personal

The Honda Odyssey has been disappearing from the CarAdvice Garage. Trent tracks down the culprit, Tegan, to find out why. The pair take a closer look at its features and discuss what they like and don't like.

Honda Odyssey VTi-L : Long-termer review

Trent Nikolic introduces us to the new member of the CarAdvice long term garage - the Honda Odyssey.

Honda Odyssey Comparisons

Kia Carnival v Honda Odyssey : Comparison review

Shifting a big family on a budget must rate as one of the toughest and most rewarding tasks in the automotive landscape. Here the brand new Kia Carnival and the most popular contender in the people-mover class, the Honda Odyssey, pack in eight seats with space to spare all for the price of a demonstrably less roomy SUV...

People Mover Comparison : Citroen Grand C4 Picasso v Honda Odyssey v Kia Rondo v Toyota Prius V

People movers are unlikely to rate a mention when manufacturers talk of ‘niche’ products. Yet seven-seater medium-sized vans sell only 10 per cent the volume of similarly priced SUVs in this country, so they really are the alternative option for families needing to move more than five...

Honda Odyssey News

Honda Odyssey starting price cut to $37,610

The Honda Odyssey people-mover received a price cut over the weekend courtesy of the recently implemented Australia-Japan free trade agreement (FTA). Australia’s top-selling family van in 2014 is now $1380 cheaper at entry VTi level, with a revised list price of $37,610 plus on-road costs. Meanwhile the VTi-L specification is now $1580 cheaper at $46,040...

2014 Honda Odyssey : pricing and specifications

The new-generation Honda Odyssey has arrived in Australia. The fifth-generation people mover now takes the shape of a conventional minivan with sliding rear doors, as opposed to the previous versions that were essentially station wagons with hinged back doors and extra seating...

Honda Odyssey hybrid : Japanese people mover set to cut fuel use by “50 per cent”

A hybrid version of the new fifth-generation Honda Odyssey is under consideration, and it could use only half as much fuel as the conventional petrol version. A petrol-electric version of the Japanese brand’s all-new people mover is “under consideration” according to Honda powertrain assistant large project leader Takashi Shinchi, who was one of the leaders of the development of the new 2...

2014 Honda Odyssey priced from $38,990

The eight-seat version of the all-new Honda Odyssey will cost from $38,990 when it launches in Australia next week. Honda Australia has confirmed the entry-level Odyssey VTi will come standard with eight seats – a first for the Japanese people-mover in Australia – while the flagship $47,620 Odyssey VTi-L will offer seven seats...

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Honda Odyssey Owner Reviews

2006 Honda Odyssey Review

If there ever was an honest used car ad for my Honda Odyssey, I'd imagine it would sound something like this: "2006 HONDA ODYSSEY LUXURY AUTO One owner , travelled a whopping 260,000 kilometers. Higher praise could not be bestowed upon any other car. With its svelte body profile, low stance, chrome highlights, dual sporty exhausts and seductive blue headlamps, the love affair with the Odyssey begins as soon as you set eyes on it...

2015 Honda Odyssey VTi Review

This is my 4th VTi Odyssey and it is incredible how much extra space it has compared with previous models which have similar external dimensions. I dislike the sliding rear passenger doors and the designer of the Hondalink navigation system should be sacked as my cheap Garmin unit is much more intuitive and reliable. The ride quality is also inferior to the previous model...

2014 Honda Odyssey Luxury Review

This car handles well and has been very comfortable. I have had problems from day 1 with the stereo and phone connections. It just stops working. It will not be reliable with the iPod and sometimes I can't get FM radio. Yesterday it just stopped operating for around 5 mins, and then restarted. The drivers window button will put the window all the way up, 60% of the time, with a short touch...


We were in the market for a new people-mover after our previous Tarago hit 10 years old (and 180,000km). Did our research and were totally hooked by the MY12 Odyssey. Went for the base model and got a good deal. The best thing is how many features are included: Sat-Nav, reverse camera, Bluetooth etc...

Honda Odyssey Galleries

Kia Carnival v Honda Odyssey : Comparison review
Honda Odyssey Review : LT4

Honda Odyssey Review : LT4

Honda Odyssey starting price cut to $37,610
Honda Odyssey Review: LT3

Honda Odyssey Review: LT3

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