2018 Honda Odyssey Priced, Available Now
2018 | honda | honda odyssey | minivans | May 26, 2017
Minivans get a bad rap. Sure they aren’t that fast, and they aren’t that sexy but if you need to move a lot of people or stuff in comfort, they are fantastic. Honda has launched its new 2018 Odyssey van and it gets a modest price increase of just $100 for the base model. The van starts at $29,990 (USD).
For 2018, all models get a new 3.5-liter V6 making 280 hp and 262 lb-ft torque, a 32 horsepower increase over past models, along with a 9- or 10-speed automatic transmission. Entry level LX models get 18″ alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, an acoustic laminated windshield, and noise cancelling tech. EX buyers get tri-zone climate control, heated front seats, Honda Sensing safety and driver assist tech, and more starting at $33,860.
The EX-L is $37,360 adds leather, a power tailgate, moonroof and more. The EX-L Navi Res adds rear entertainment with Blu-ray and a Garmin nav system. Touring models get a 10-speed automatic transmission, 4G LTE hot spot, a built-in vacuum cleaner, and lots more starting at $44,510. The Elite version is the top of the line starting at $46,670, and adds 19″ wheels, a heated steering wheel, wireless charging, LED accent lighting, an 11-speaker audio system, and even more cabin noise insulation.
All models went on sale this week, and should be arriving in Honda dealerships now.