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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.
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2018 Honda Odyssey pricing and specs

Honda Australia has released pricing and specs for the updated 2018 Odyssey range, kicking off from $37,990 before on-road costs. The MY18 Odyssey has been treated to a number of upgrades in noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) suppression, along with changes to the exterior and interior design...

Family haulers: Volkswagen Multivan v Honda Odyssey

When you need to move a lot of people around, your options are limited. A seven-seat SUV might not have the 'daggy' stereotype of a people mover, but you can't argue against the practicality of a van. Over the Easter long weekend my family descended on my tiny apartment with big plans to explore the city and experience everything Sydney has to offer...

2017 Honda Jazz, Odyssey pricing and specs

Pricing and specifications for the updated 2017 Honda Jazz and Odyssey ranges have been detailed this week, bringing new styling updates to the Japanese brand's popular light hatch and people mover. The Honda Jazz continues to kick-off from $14,990 (plus on-road costs), with the entry-level VTi model gaining 15-inch alloy wheels as standard equipment...

2018 Honda Odyssey revealed in Detroit: US-market MPV debuts new 10-speed auto, but not for Australia

The all-new US-market 2018 Honda Odyssey has been revealed at the Detroit motor show, debuting the company's new 10-speed automatic transmission. In terms of its design, the new American Odyssey is somewhere between the model sold here and the catfish-looking previous-generation car that was sold in the States...

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...

Honda Odyssey: eight-seat option confirmed for Australia

The all-new Honda Odyssey will be offered with a first-ever eight-seat option when it arrives in Australian showrooms in February. Honda Australia confirmed the new eight-seat variant would be offered alongside the regular seven-seater in the new fifth-generation Odyssey range, which launched in Japan a few weeks ago...

Honda Odyssey: new details of next-gen people-mover released

Fresh details of the all-new Honda Odyssey have been released, revealing more information about its new powertrain and safety technologies ahead of its Australian launch in the first quarter of 2014...

Honda Odyssey: fifth-gen people-mover revealed

The all-new Honda Odyssey has been revealed ahead of its international debut at November's Tokyo motor show. Shown in Japanese domestic market specification, Honda says its fifth-generation full-size people-mover inherits the DNA of the outgoing Odyssey but is based on a revamped platform with an ultra-low floor...

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