Offering seating for seven passengers, the base model of the 2017 Odyssey lineup, the LX, is priced at $29,850 MSRP.* This trim, and each of the Odyssey models, is powered by a peppy i-VTEC V6 engine that delivers 248 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque. When the Odyssey is properly equipped, this powerhouse engine enables the vehicle to tow up to an incredible 3,500 pounds. This and the other Odyssey trims deliver an EPA-estimated 19 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.**
Standout standard features found onboard the Odyssey LX include a rearview camera with guidelines, a remote-entry system, an eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, a four-way power-adjustable front passenger seat, a one-motion 60/40-split third-row Magic Seat, auto-up/down power front windows, Bluetooth connectivity, Pandora compatibility, rear privacy glass, a lockable glove compartment, and lots more.
Multi-angle rearview camera: In a large vehicle like a three-row minivan, rear visibility can become an issue. That’s why each Honda Odyssey trim has a multi-angle rearview camera, delivering a clear view of the area behind the vehicle to help drivers back up more safely.
Bluetooth connectivity: Bluetooth HandsFreeLink and Bluetooth Streaming Audio also come standard for the Odyssey, enabling drivers to sync up their smartphones and safely use phone functions and access their favorite audio content on the go.
One-Motion Third-Row Magic Seat: The Odyssey’s standard one-motion 60/40-split third-row Magic Seat makes expanding the vehicle’s cargo space an absolute breeze. In one sleek motion, the Magic Seat can be lowered to open up an incredible 93.1 cubic feet of cargo space. Lower the second-row seat, as well, and you’ve got a remarkable 148.5 cubic feet of cargo room to utilize!
Priced at $33,000 MSRP,* the Odyssey EX trim bumps up its seating capacity to eight and offers all the standard features found onboard the base model, also adding to or upgrading these amenities with prime offerings like Honda LaneWatch, power sliding doors, Smart Entry, auto-on/off headlights, heated side mirrors, push-button start, a HomeLink remote system, a tri-zone automatic climate control system, a 10-way power driver’s seat with power lumbar support, an SMS text message function, HondaLink with Aha compatibility, and lots more.
Honda LaneWatch: Honda’s proprietary blind-spot display system, Honda LaneWatch helps drivers change lanes and make right-hand turns much more safely. This system features a camera integrated into the passenger-side exterior mirror. When the right turn signal is activated, this camera delivers live video feed of the blind-spot area on the passenger side so drivers can make sure the coast is clear before turning or changing lanes.
Smart Entry: Convenience is at a peak with the Odyssey’s Smart Entry system. As long as the key fob is in range, this feature lets drivers unlock and enter the vehicle, fire up the engine and drive, then re-lock the doors while walking away—all without ever laying a hand on the key.
Tri-Zone Climate Control: In days gone by, sitting in the rear seat of a van meant losing out on the comfort of climate control. Those days are long gone, however, and the Odyssey’s tri-zone automatic climate control system with humidity control and air filtration delivers heated and cooled air to the rear passengers as well as those up front, so everybody can stay comfortable on the road.
The Odyssey SE trim, priced at $33,950 MSRP,* includes standard features found onboard the previous trims and further adds amenities such as the handy HondaVAC, a Honda DVD rear entertainment system, SiriusXM Radio, a 115-volt power outlet in the third row, and more.
HondaVAC: The long arm of the innovative HondaVAC makes cleanup a snap after a long road trip. This built-in vacuum cleaner is a dream for harried parents. Let your kids do their worst—the HondaVAC can handle it! A removable waste bin makes it easy to finish your cleanup job.
Rear entertainment system: The Honda DVD rear entertainment system is another very handy feature to have when you’ve got a van loaded with kids. This system includes a high-resolution WVGA screen and wireless headphones—which means moms and dads can enjoy blissful quiet while their kids are entertained in the back seat.
SiriusXM Radio: SiriusXM Radio comes standard with a trial subscription for the SE trim, giving vehicle occupants access to a wide array of audio content, from music and entertainment to talk radio and news. From now on, no trip will be boring!
The Odyssey EX-L model is priced at $36,500 MSRP.* This trim includes standard amenities offered for the previous trim levels and further adds features like Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, a one-touch power moonroof with tilt, a power tailgate, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, multi-angle views for the rearview camera, a perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel, and more.
Forward Collision Warning: If the camera mounted between the Odyssey’s windshield and rearview mirror identifies a potential frontal condition, the Forward Collision Warning system delivers audio and visual warnings so the driver can take corrective action before an accident occurs.
Lane Departure Warning: The Odyssey’s Lane Departure Warning system employs a camera that can recognize lane markings on the road. If the Odyssey starts to leave its detected lane without the deployment of the appropriate turn signal, this system notifies the driver with visual and audio alerts.
Auto-dimming rearview mirror: Just about every driver has experienced the dangerous distraction of being blinded by another vehicle’s high beams. The Odyssey’s auto-dimming rearview mirror helps take care of that problem. As soon as the mirror is hit by another car’s brights, the mirror automatically darkens—sparing drivers from being blinded and distracted.
The Odyssey Touring trim, priced at $42,755 MSRP,* offers standard features found onboard the previous models and adds on amenities that include a Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System, driver memory settings, memory-linked side mirrors with reverse gear tilt-down, fog lights, an acoustic windshield, front and rear parking sensors, and more.
Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System: Drivers can find their way with ease thanks to the Odyssey’s Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System. This state-of-the-art system features voice recognition, FM Traffic, and turn-by-turn directions to help motorists get where they’re going with ease.
Parking sensors: Body-colored front and rear parking sensors are designed to gauge the approximate distance between the Odyssey and objects in its path. If the vehicle approaches an object while parking, an audio warning is issued and parking sensor indicators appear on the navigation screen.
The highest trim level on the Honda Odyssey roster is the Touring Elite. Priced at $45,325 MSRP,* the Touring Elite includes the standard amenities offered on the previous models and further adds premium features such as a Blind Spot Information System, a Honda DVD UltraWide Entertainment System, 5.1 Surround Sound theater mode for the audio system, HD Radio, auto-on/off HID headlights, and more.
Blind Spot Information System: Cruising in the Odyssey becomes safer thanks to the Odyssey’s Blind Spot Information System. If another vehicle enters the Odyssey’s blind spot, the Blind Spot Information System alerts the driver, helping motorists avoid side-swipe accidents.
DVD Ultra-Wide Entertainment System: The Odyssey’s rear entertainment system gets an upgrade in the Touring Elite model. The DVD Ultra-Wide Entertainment System includes an ultra-wide screen that drops down from the ceiling and measures 16.2 inches. Kids can slide on the accompanying wireless headphones and enjoy their favorite movies or video games on the go.