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February 24, 2010

New Car Review: 2010 Honda Odyssey

By Bob Plunkett


    Minivan Inside Honda's 2010 Odyssey minivan’s spacious cabin there are up to three tiers of seats with options for folding or removing second-row seats and a "Magic Seat" in back which folds into the floor for a slick disappearing act.

    Making a van more like a car has always been the big idea behind the minivan, of course, but until Honda's designs appeared no other automaker dared to structure and equip a minivan with so many car-like comforts.

    That overriding concept of making a minivan easy to drive and easy to use explains why Honda's minivan has been so successful in a market filled with keen competition.

    Honda equips the 2010 Odyssey with responsive handling systems and powerful V6 engine choices plus an extensive list of standard gear for safety.

    Base model Odyssey LX stocks seats for seven with cloth upholstery and manual sliding side doors, air conditioning, power controls for windows and door locks, a theft-deterrent system and cruise control. Top tier Odyssey Touring brings fancy features like leather upholstery, power-adjustable pedals, power for side slider doors and tailgate, and deluxe audio entertainment equipment.

Honda stretches MSRP figures for the 2010 Odyssey in a broad range from $26,805 to $40,755.


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