Families who spend a lot of time on the go have always been some of the Honda Odyssey’s most loyal advocates, and the designers and engineers at Honda have done everything in their power to return the favor! This year, they’ve included a wide variety of simple, easy-to-use features that will help your minivan remain clean, comfortable, and calm, no matter where life takes you.
With 25+ connected audio features, the 2018 Honda Odyssey is in a league of its own. In addition to familiar smartphone connectivity options and audio settings, the Odyssey offers a wide variety of innovative entertainment options that will help all of your passengers stay connected and entertained throughout every journey. We’ve highlighted a few of these below!
8-inch Display Audio Touchscreen: Take control of the Odyssey’s entertainment features by utilizing its 8-inch Display Audio high-resolution touchscreen. This centrally located system comes standard on the EX and above, and uses customizable buttons to make you the master of the Odyssey’s myriad technologies.
Wireless Phone Charger: We depend on our mobile devices for just about everything these days, and when you’re traveling in the Odyssey’s Elite trim, you’ll be able to keep their batteries full with a built-in wireless charging panel.
Advanced Rear Entertainment System: Your second- and third-row passengers are sure to love the Odyssey’s 10.2-inch advanced rear entertainment display, which offers HDMI and Blu-ray compatibility, a host of native streaming apps, and a lighthearted “How Much Farther?” app that kids are sure to enjoy. This system comes standard on Touring and Elite trims, but is available as an upgrade even in the EX-L.
The Odyssey’s standard convenience and connectivity features aren’t the only elements that distinguish it from competitors! The 2018 Honda Odyssey has room for up to eight passengers, and with a total passenger volume of 163.6 cubic feet (in the LX trim), there’s plenty of room for everyone. As noted by one reviewer at Motortrend, “Regardless of where the second row is set, there’s plenty of legroom, shoulder room, hiproom, and toe room in the second and third rows, even for tall adults.” Moreover, it couldn’t be easier to expand the Odyssey’s cargo bay. When you’re not driving with a full carload, you can lay flat the third and second rows of seating to access 92.0 and 158.0 cubic feet of cargo room, respectively. Both front seats are power-adjustable even in the baseline LX, and when you upgrade to the EX or above, you’ll enjoy a leather-trimmed interior.