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Old 02-10-2010, 10:38 AM   #1
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Old 02-10-2010, 11:08 AM   #2
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I suppose the styling doesn't offend, as far as minivans go.
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Old 02-11-2010, 11:31 AM   #4
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Looks like they borrowed the rear tails from the new Impreza lol.
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Old 04-05-2010, 08:33 PM   #5
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Old 04-06-2010, 04:54 AM   #7
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I'm starting to dislike everybody copying the Genesis Coupe 1/4 window. Are we that uninspired that we are copying Hyundai nowadays? Other than that it's ok.

I used the word "that" 3 times.
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Old 06-17-2010, 08:50 PM   #8
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2011 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite Fact Sheet
[QUOTE]The all-new 2011 Honda Odyssey seeks to redefine the concept of the minivan with its aggressive stance and sporty "lightning-bolt" beltline. The lightning bolt not only provides an exclusive appearance, but also adds increased visibility for third-row passengers. New interior features add more convenience for families, while available entertainment technology introduces high-definition connectivity and split-screen viewing. Currently the best-selling minivan in the U.S., the all-new 2011 Honda Odyssey is set to go on sale this fall. Compared to the current Odyssey, the 2011 model's lower roofline (-1.6 inches versus 2010 Odyssey EX) and wider track (+1.4 inches) contribute to a sleeker, stronger and more dynamic presence with improved aerodynamics that help increase fuel economy and also translate into more interior width.

Specifications

- 3.5-liter i-VTEC™ V-6 engine with three-mode Variable Cylinder Management™
- Preliminary estimated fuel economy, Odyssey Touring Elite (City/Highway): 19/28 miles per gallon*

* Preliminary EPA mileage estimates determined by Honda. Final EPA mileage estimates not available at the time of printing. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2008. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.

Features of the 2011 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite model as shown in the June 17, 2010, reveal video:
(please reference the June 17 reveal video script @ hondanews.com for items not listed here)

Interior:

- AM/FM/XM/CD Premium Audio System with 12 Speakers
- Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ with Voice Activation
- Ultra-Wide Rear Entertainment System (RES) with split-screen capability
- External HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) input
- 150-watt AC power outlet
- Media tray with integrated beverage holder
- Removable 1st row center console with hidden storage
- New cool box in lower center stack (keeps items cool when vehicle is running)
- Leather-trimmed seating with heated front seats
- Memory-linked 10-way power driver's seat
- LATCH child seat anchors in five seating positions, including three positions in the second row to accommodate three child seats simultaneously
- Two captain's chairs in the second row provide adult comfort with center seat folded down
- One-strap stowable 3rd Row Magic Seat
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The side profile looks awkward and busy.
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It's uglier than I thought it would be. The concept managed to hide some of the odd angles a bit but this one just looks off. Why in the world concepts always watered down is beyond me, you'd think it makes sense to keep the looks.
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Old 06-18-2010, 08:38 AM   #10
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This thing will blow the doors of most of the celicas here.


I miss driving my parents 2000 odyssey back in high school.... I smoked Manassas ricers left and right in that thing.
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The dash looks more complex than a fighter jet.... holy buttons batman!

Lol, the steering wheel actually has more controls than my entire dashboard.
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Of course, the Odyssey's calling card has always been its versatility, and that hasn't changed. Whereas competitors have ventured into clever gimmicks like card tables and recliner seats, Honda has mined even more functionality and comfort out of the tried-and-true minivan layout. Lead interior engineer Rudy Mayne takes us through the changes with all the exuberance one expects of a proud parent: outboard second-row seats now shift 1.5 inches sideways so as to make room for a third child seat in the center (for a baby toting total of six, overall); the third-row seats offer more legroom (best in class) and fold into the floor with greater ease than before; rear storage has been increased by relocating the spare tire to the floor beneath the driver and the front passenger; and the removable center armrest now has a concealed storage area large enough for purses and features a flip-up ring on which to hang small trash bags. Cupholders? Fifteen, plus a cooler under the center console that will store four more bottles. As in previous Odysseys, the features all work as advertised and serve a clear purpose beyond advertising fodder.

This functionality is ultimately what makes the new Odyssey worthy of its name and distinguishes it from the pack. It may wear more stylish threads but rest assured, it's the thoroughly engineered competence that makes this Odyssey what it always has been: the best minivan, period.
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Not exactly all-new, but still all good and still exactly what a minivan should be.

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Honda has adjusted the trim-level offerings for 2011 as well, killing the EX-L model with navigation and rear entertainment and adding the Touring Elite model at the top of the range. Base LX models ($28,580) do without the new front center console and instead pack a pair of floor-mounted cup holders; they also lack the second-row center seat and therefore seat only seven. Moving to the $31,730 EX brings the console and the eighth seat, and it also features power sliding doors and power lumbar for the driver’s seat. The EX-L adds leather, the cooling box, a USB audio interface, and Bluetooth, and costs $35,230. There’s still an EX-L with rear entertainment ($36,830) and one with navigation and a rearview camera ($37,230). But to know where you’re going while also being able to entertain the kids in back, it’s now necessary to move up to the $41,535 Touring model, which includes the six-speed transmission, parking sensors, a center armrest for the third row, and third-row sun shades. The top-spec Touring Elite—or what we like to think of as the Acura of minivans—adds a 12-speaker, 5.1-channel surround-sound system; the 16.2-inch widescreen rear monitor (which can display two inputs side by side); an HDMI input; HID headlights; and a blind-spot monitoring system, all for $44,030. As to availability, you’ll be able to buy the 2011 Odyssey of your dreams at the end of this month.

Even with all of the improvements, the stickers for carry-over trims stay close to 2010 levels, although the all-new Elite extends the price range upward. A full 100 percent of purse carriers should be happy with that.
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1997 Minivan Makes a 250,000-mile Odyssey to Meet the 2011

Its single greatest flaw: Neither transmission allows you to select gears manually. A button allows you to request D4 in the six-speed (D3 in the five-speed), and both have an L position that will suddenly and unexpectedly grab the next lowest gear with a lurch when the speed falls within range. Honda, as we've repeatedly told Ford: This is unacceptable.

So could I recommend the Odyssey to my sister? Absolutely. Will she buy it? Nope. It's way bigger than her nuclear family needs; they're look-out-the-window people; the anticipated $28,580-$44,030 price is too rich. Besides, there's still tons of life left in their beloved '97. Of course, if someone totals it in three years...
2011 Honda Odyssey - Driving Impressions
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Honda’s fourth-generation Odyssey makes it easy to be a minivan lover.

What’s Hot:

* Flexible interior
* Sedan-like fuel economy
* Honda quality

What’s Not:
* Side view not attractive
* Voice-controls are just okay
* Ain’t cheap
2011 Honda Odyssey First Drive
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Enjoy the Aroma of Obligation

First Impression:

Still slower than the Sienna, but the redesigned Odyssey raises the bar again for interior design, fuel economy, ride quality and handling in the minivan class.
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America's wildest soccer mom minivan starts the by day running errands and dropping the kids off at school before unwinding its 1000+hp twin-turbo V6 with some burnouts. Famed tuner, Bisimoto Engineering transformed a 2014 Honda Odyssey into one insane Power Van - as proven here.
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