The 2018 Honda Odyssey is the ultimate minivan for West Michigan families. With a long list of features and equipment inside, excellent fuel economy, and a commitment to safety that families can feel great about, the Honda Odyssey is here to impress. And with some of the highest crash test ratings in its class, great safety features, and driver-assist technology, the Odyssey works to keep everyone safe and help drivers drive better on the road.
Frontal Crash Test
The Odyssey has earned the top 5-star rating for frontal crash tests, which puts the Odyssey in a head-on collision with a similarly sized vehicle and studies the effects of the impact on the crash dummies inside. The Odyssey earned 5 stars for the overall frontal crash, front driver side, and front passenger side tests.Side Crash Test
The side crash test simulates intersection collisions and also crashes into fixed objects such as a tree, pole, or road barrier. The Odyssey scored the highest 5-star rating for the overall side crash test in addition to:
- Side Crash Driver Side Test
- Side Crash Passenger Side Test
- Front Seat Test
- Combined Rear Seat Test
- Side Barrier Test
- Overall Side Pole Test
Top Safety Pick+
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has honored the 2018 Honda Odyssey with the designation of 2017 Top Safety Pick+ when equipped with the available Honda Sensing and LED headlights. With the highest score of “Good” for roof strength, head restraints and seats, and headlights, it also earned a “G+” rating for child seat anchors (LATCH). It also earned a “Superior” rating for front crash prevention when equipped with driver-assist technology like forward collision warning and a collision mitigation braking system, which are a part of the Honda Sensing suite.
Test Drive Today
Find out more about the safety of the 2018 Honda Odyssey by contacting or visiting your nearest West Michigan Honda Dealers location. Explore current offers and financing options, and get behind the wheel for a test drive today.
*Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program. For additional information on the 5-Star Safety Ratings program, please visit www.safercar.gov.