2020 Honda Odyssey


The Honda Odyssey entered production 25 years ago, and this year, Honda has released the vehicle yet again. The car offers ample amount of space for passengers and cargo alike, and it's no wonder that the model has been doing this well on the market for so many years.

New Features

The 2020 Honda Odyssey is available in five trims levels, which are – LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, and Elite. The vehicles come with factory-installed navigation systems and a rear-seat entertainment option for the EX-L trim. To commemorate its 25th anniversary, Honda has also introduced a special 25th Anniversary package that is available on all trims of this vehicle.

Some upgrades to the 2020 model include chrome-plated roof rails, lower door garnishes as well as body-side moldings. In addition to this, the vehicle also has fender badges, illuminated sill plates along with a special key fob. You can also choose to add 19-inch wheels to the Anniversary package.

In terms of changes to the engineering of the vehicle, the 2020 Honda Odyssey has engine start-stop technology as well as a 10-speed automatic transmission as standard features across the lineup. It has a 3.5 liter, 280 horsepower V-6 engine that works perfectly with the 10-speed automatic transmission.

Interior Features

The 2020 Honda Odyssey has three rows and can seat seven or eight people based on the configuration. The base trim allows for three people to sit comfortably in the second row. However, the other trims have two captain's chairs in the second row.

The second row also has a removable section that is between the outboard chairs. When this section is removed, the seats can slide from one side to the other, making it easy to get to the third row. The third row is adult-friendly, with ample legroom and headroom.

The vehicle offers about 39 cubic feet of storage room behind the third row of seats, 92 cubic feet of storage room behind the second row, and a whole 158 cubic feet of cargo room behind the first row. You will, however, need to remove the second and third-row seats if you need the additional cargo room.

If you are looking for a vehicle that fits your entire family comfortably, why not head over to Deacon Jones Honda to test drive the 2020 Honda Odyssey today.


Source: Honda