2007 Honda Odyssey

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$25,645 - $36,895
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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 18 City / 25 Hwy
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2007 Odyssey Overview

The Honda Odyssey might be the best minivan on the market.It's certainly one of the most enjoyable to drive, and it lives up to Honda's reputation for refinement, convenient features and great fit and finish.Its flexible seating system can accommodate up to eight passengers.

All Odyssey models are powered by a 244-horsepower V6 engine with a five-speed automatic transmission.Four trim levels make it affordable to a wider group of buyers, yet all deliver car-like ride and handling and a comprehensive set of safety features, including electronic stability control and side curtain airbags for head protection.

In its third year of production, the current generation Odyssey still seems fresh.The base LX starts at about $26,000 and includes most of the features that make family travel easier.The line-topping Touring has as many bells and whistles as a good luxury sedan.

Odyssey's range of models has some drawbacks, to be sure.Certain desirable features such as the navigation system or fuel-saving Variable Cylinder Management are included only on the higher-priced models and not available as stand-alone options.With the Odyssey Touring approaching $40,000 out the door, it's out of reach for many buyers.

New for 2007: Honda's Tire Pressure Monitoring System is now standard on all Odyssey models.The system reports a significant drop in tire pressure with a warning indicator in the instruments and identifies the specific tire.Improvements for 2007 include a telescoping steering wheel and a more convenient coin holder.Otherwise, the Odyssey lineup carries over to 2007 unchanged.
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2007 Odyssey Overview

The Honda Odyssey might be the best minivan on the market.It's certainly one of the most enjoyable to drive, and it lives up to Honda's reputation for refinement, convenient features and great fit and finish.Its flexible seating system can accommodate up to eight passengers.

All Odyssey models are powered by a 244-horsepower V6 engine with a five-speed automatic transmission.Four trim levels make it affordable to a wider group of buyers, yet all deliver car-like ride and handling and a comprehensive set of safety features, including electronic stability control and side curtain airbags for head protection.

In its third year of production, the current generation Odyssey still seems fresh.The base LX starts at about $26,000 and includes most of the features that make family travel easier.The line-topping Touring has as many bells and whistles as a good luxury sedan.

Odyssey's range of models has some drawbacks, to be sure.Certain desirable features such as the navigation system or fuel-saving Variable Cylinder Management are included only on the higher-priced models and not available as stand-alone options.With the Odyssey Touring approaching $40,000 out the door, it's out of reach for many buyers.

New for 2007: Honda's Tire Pressure Monitoring System is now standard on all Odyssey models.The system reports a significant drop in tire pressure with a warning indicator in the instruments and identifies the specific tire.Improvements for 2007 include a telescoping steering wheel and a more convenient coin holder.Otherwise, the Odyssey lineup carries over to 2007 unchanged.Hide Full Review