- Odyssey LX: $28,825
- Odyssey EX: $32,125
- Odyssey EX-L: $35,625
- Odyssey EX-L w/ RES: $37,225
- Odyssey EX-L w/ Navi: $37,625
- Odyssey Touring: $41,880
- Odyssey EX-L Touring Elite: $44,450
2014 Honda Odyssey Hits Showrooms July 2; $150 More Than 2013 Model
The 2014 Honda Odyssey, refreshed for the new model year, will arrive nationwide to dealerships on July 2. The new Odyssey has received significant upgrades to powertrain options, styling, interior features, as well as safety. The Honda Odyssey will have class-leading fuel economy, thanks to the new six-speed automatic transmission, now standard for all models. Other standard features for the new 2014 Honda Odyssey include Pandora internet radio integration, SMS text messaging, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink connectivity, as well as a four-way power passenger seat and an Expanded Viw Driver's Mirror. Optional features include LaneWatch blind spot display, Forward Collision Warning, and Lane Departure Warning. New for the Honda Odyssey Touring Elite is the HondaVac, the first in-vehicle vacuum cleaner system. It operates on its own 12-volt electrical system, and is for dry use only. Performance of the new HondaVac surpasses handheld rechargeable vacuums, and the length of the hose stretches from the back corner of the vehicle where it is mounted to the opposite front corner with ease.Already, the 2014 Honda Odyssey has earned an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ rating, achieving a Good rating for all tests. Honda has added the next-generation Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure to the Odyssey, and the automaker has also made use of more high-strength steel in the pillars, roof and floor rails, as well as the front body area and front subframe. Pricing for the 2014 Honda Odyssey is below.
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