Honda Odyssey 2014 – One of the most popular families transport vehicles in the country was given a booster and show everyone the 2013 New York International Auto Show. The Honda Odyssey 2014 minivan receives a soft interior and exterior and update automaker brought its top trim level the Touring Elite, to the fair. Until Honda Odyssey 2014 receives a relatively minor update, with new headlamps a twin a hood shaped chrome grille and fog lamps. At the rear new LED taillights and badges round out the styling changes. The overall effect is small with only minivan likely notice some changes lovers.
In Honda Odyssey 2014 things are very similar. A new center console is available with Honda link infotainment options based in the cloud and some new driver assistance technologies are already available such as Forward Collision Warning and Lane Departure Warning. Despite the changes and want to light inside not plastic harder than it should for a van it would be expensive, especially in the instrument panel.
But the big news with the Honda Odyssey 2014 is all the way in the cargo area behind the rear seats of the third row. Honda has a first in the industry added, Honda vacuum cleaner built called developed with ShopVac and standard on the Touring Elite. It’s really a novelty. Fully enclosed in a rear cargo panel, the vacuum has a detachable tank expandable tube with attachments. Honda says it is able to all corners of the truck, even go all the way to the front. It is as powerful as a hand tool, and can be run continuously when the vehicle is eight minutes after the truck went off.
The 2014 Honda Odyssey is front wheel drive with a 3.5 liter V6 extinction of 248 horsepower. For maximum fuel efficiency using Honda Variable Cylinder Management, which passes through fuel efficiency between the use of three, four and six cylinders. The current model has a number of structural and safety improvements such as driver assistance technologies, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and the driver side mirror an enlarged view. There’s also a keyless entry and infotainment system that binds to and is controlled by Honda Aha application for smartphones.
The Honda Odyssey 2014 Touring Elite just looks like a truck, but what sets it apart is that it has its own built-in vacuum system. Developed in collaboration with the Honda Odyssey 2014 Vac electrical system runs HondaVAC transporter and consists of a naturally aspirated engine, and a replaceable cartridge and pocket filters.
These are all on the far side of the partition wall with integrated charge pipe and nozzle attachments. According to Honda, the HondaVAC can run continuously when the engine is running and up to eight minutes of battery power. Honda Odyssey 2014 goes on sale at Honda dealerships nationwide this summer.