Fast Cars: 2018 Honda Odyssey Minivan: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know

Fast Cars: 2018 Honda Odyssey Minivan: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know

Awesome fast car review: 2018 Honda Odyssey Minivan: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know

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38 Replies to “Fast Cars: 2018 Honda Odyssey Minivan: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know”

  1. Unless we are about promoting made-in-America, I really can't look at the new Pacifica twice. Each time try liking it, I hate it more. I have had a Dodge Caravan. Bad experience! Things that worked normally previous night would just quit the next morning with no previous issue. I had to donate it to the mechanic I took it for repairs. I laugh when people compare vehicles based on how many USB, HDMI ports, fold-flat seats, etc they have. These things are secondary. Durability and reliability and then the cost of the car first. That said, I would narrow my search for van to Sienna and Odyssey. Sincerely, I think 2018 Odyssey is more practical for me. I don't know about you.

  2. it may be American friendly and Asian friendly when I say Asian I mean Japan China side where about Asian friendly on India side where we have 7 children and one spare seat is needed so we need a sitter not 7. 3.5 litres if I heard that correct in England we need 1.9 litres possibly a two litre

  3. The lack of AWD is significant depending on where you live. I might be more important in snow belt regions like the North Eastern United States, but here in Southern California where I live, it's not that important to have AWD here.

  4. I'm not crazy about Honda but their styling is very trendy and futuristic. The Odyssey is the most futuristic in the minivan segment. The sliding door is pretty cool too.

  5. You fuckers that are like making fun of the Honda people and their car inventions are just hypocrites you have no idea how they do their I doesn't matter about their performance or their attention to detail and the interior.If you actually put yourself in the Honda people's shoes maybe you shit heads would stfu and actually see why and what they are use for and why they're there :/

  6. I have a 2014 and owned it since brand new, transmission it about to fall out everytime you take off from a rolling stop, the doors make creeking noises when turning into driveways, parking sensors went out at 40,000 miles, back middle seat will not remove since brand new, front windshield exterior trim comes off since brand new including the clips that are glued to the frame to hold trim in place… don't buy this van until it gets some miles and reviews

  7. The lost me on the lack of AWD, I'm in Germany where it snows. And i'm sure other families have the same predicament, I wish they would place those sliding seats in the Honda Pilot

  8. Well this is where Honda just dropped the ball MAJORLY…!!! And that is who gives two shits about a sliding seat. When you SHOULD have focused your efforts on making this new model with an AWD option…!!! This is why SUV's and even CUV's have taken over the minivan segment. And before people tell me that the Toyota Sienna AWD model has it's own issues with the run flat tires i'm WAY ahead of you on that. Just get those puppies switched out for some nice standard all season Michelin's or Continentals and you got a minivan that can handle the snow perfectly. While in the meantime Odyssey owners will be slipping and sliding all over the place. To bad Honda you have an awesome looking new minivan not knocking you there. But again you dropped the ball by not catering to your winter climate clients. Stupid move if you ask me…(g)

  9. Really good features, but this is evolutionary not revolutionary. Nobody saw the new Chrysler Pacifica coming, and it has raised the bar higher than this van probably can reach. No hybrid, no Stow-n-Go, no AWD, and this isn't the luxury vehicle the Pacifica can be, and the Chrysler is much better looking.

    It seems Toyota's Sienna has more time at the drawing board to counter the Pacifica than Honda did, so we'll see next year what they've got for 2019.

  10. Honda: Move the vacuum to the central in floor storage as an optional module you can remove, and make it a nice carpeted area again. then move the spare tire back to the rear position where it's actually accessible without killing yourself and messing up your clothes. This will allow added flexibility for those times you don't need the vacuum and want additional storage capacity.

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