If you think you have seen it all, then the Honda Odyssey might change your orientation. This machine is designed for car enthusiasts to admire and surely, there are tons of features to admire about the 2018 Honda Odyssey.
We will take a deep look at some of the features to know why this car is a strong contender in the auto world. But before we dive into that, let’s consider those things we like and what we don’t live about the 2018 Honda Odyssey briefly.
Things we liked about the 2018 Honda Odyssey
Cable Watch & Talk, ride/handling, Slick 10-speed
Things We Didn’t Like About the 2018 Honda Odyssey
Lightning-struck exterior, No-fold middle row
Things You Need To Know
Minivans constantly serve as innovation incubators and Honda’s seems to be doing a follow up on their fourth-generation Odyssey HondaVac. The Minivan comes with some little improvements. It comes with Cabin Talk and Cabin Watch. However, the Cabin Watch allows parents to keep an eye on their kids even when they are in the rear-facing child seat. While the Cabin Talk broadcast front-row voices of authority in the rear headphones or speakers.
Honda is looking to develop an upgraded minivan to take over the crown from some hot minivans like the Chrysler Pacific. One of the areas it is dominating is speed. It comes with a 10-speed automatic which earns it huge Engineering Excellence points. The 10-speed automatic helps the Odyssey to outrun the Chrysler Pacifica Limited with a record of 1.1 seconds to 60 mph. And it also ranks 1 mpg better when used in the city. But nevertheless, the plug-in found in the Pacifica Hybrid no doubt compensates for such engineering deficits.
Performance of some functions rules in the minivan categories. For instance, the foldaway middle row that the Chrysler has trounces the Honda’s 69-pound side-sliders that lack the folding backrests.
The argument that Honda’s customers do not carry big stuff is what we don’t agree with. In fact, many users do not make use of turn signals but need them. We also worry that kids will have challenges pushing the side-sliding tracks once gummy bears get into them. And lastly, let’s categorically state that we are not fans of the so-called lighting bolt beltline. In fact, we think there were too many lines which are heading in the same directions.
So deciding the Odyssey’s fate, the Chrysler appears to be more practical.
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