2014 Honda Odyssey minivan will start at $ 29,655, including destination when it comes to dealers in July. The top of the step family car will sport a six-speed automatic transmission-replacing the five-speed-and 3.5-liter V6, 248 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque. Fuel consumption is up to 19 miles per gallon in the city and 28 on the highway, partly due to Honda’s Variable Cylinder Management.
The base LX trim has a passenger seat four-way driver seat removed mirrors, intermittent touch, Bluetooth, Pandora and SMS function. Stepping up to the EX ($ 32.955) adds blind spot indicators, push button, Honda Link and rain-sensing headlights. The next step ($ 36,455) gets buyer Forward Collision Warning and Land Departure Warning. The navigation system equipped Touring models get a rearview camera and multi-angle top trim ($ 45.280) comes with the Honda Vac vacuum system, HD Radio, and surround sound.
We spent a year testing the Honda Odyssey as one of our long-term vehicles and found it very useful, sure-footed and fast, but not very efficient. We averaged about 22 miles per gallon in the year. In the grouping expensive minivans (Odyssey, Town & Country, and Sienna), Honda is probably the strangest, but after 27,000 miles of a, and the editor said it was ” so strong and vibration free as the first day. ”
Japanese automaker Honda has announced full pricing information for the 2014 Odyssey minivan. Redesigned from the 2013 New York Auto Show, the new Honda Odyssey in showrooms in February Come July, with prizes of $ 28.825, excluding tax and handling fee of $ 830. Suitable for first time Bluetooth connectivity, 4-way power passenger seat, mirror and driver’s side Expanded Pandora interface as a standard in 2014, the Odyssey is available in five trim levels, from the base LX and upload to the range-topping EX- L Touring Elite version, which has a price tag of $ 44,450.
Under the hood of the 2014 Odyssey has received the 3.5-liter V6 engine with 248 horsepower and 250 lb-known ft of torque. However, Honda claims new versions allow the device to the economy in its class best fuel for all trim levels return. All versions with six-speed automatic transmission as standard. Equipped with multiple safety and comfort features, won the top end Odyssey Touring Elite the first minivan in the vacuum system of the vehicle. HondaVAC appointed, operates in the vehicle 12-power supply voltage and stored in the rear cargo area of the vehicle.