2024 Honda Odyssey Redesign, Release Date, Review
2024 Honda Odyssey Redesign, Release Date, Review – Although the height of SUVs and crossovers in America includes had a theatrical effect on sedan and hatchback deals worldwide, we frequently forget that minivans also are suffering. The Dodge Grand Caravan, which was a dominant force during the nineties has been a weak imitation of its former self. This left the door open for the Honda Odyssey or Chrysler’s Pacifica. Are these minivans still relevant today?
Two model upgrades were made by Honda in six months. The Honda Odyssey 2024 has a new Radiant Red Metallic II paint and the HondaVac accessory has been discontinued. The Odyssey received new exterior styling elements in 2021. The interior has been improved with fold-flat second-row seats, which make it easier to take them out. New tri-color floor mats are available for the 2024 Honda Odyssey, while EX-L models and higher have power lumbar support. New interior trim updates include contrast stitching on seats and piano-black trim on the dash. The range also includes a Rear Seat Reminder System. Honda now offers adaptive cruise control, forward-collision warning and pedestrian detection with automatic braking standard across its range. Honda Sensing’s safety suite has been updated to include pedestrian emergency braking and low-speed follow.
2024 Honda Odyssey Redesign
Exterior And Interior Design
According to our opinion, the Dodge Grand Caravan existed created obsolete by its works. You can only do so much with a box. The Honda Odyssey 2024 is at least visually appealing, which debunks this opinion. The 2021 promotion package included a redesign of the grille and front bumper, new headlight layouts and a black trim under the rear windows.
The new blackout grille with chrome strip and front ends are a little more aggressive. The side profile is also attractive. The base models come with 18-inch wheels and the top-end models have 19-inch alloys which fill the arches very nicely. All models include LED daytime running lights and LED headlights. The EX comes with LED fog lamps. From the EX upward, power sliding doors are standard. The EX-L trim upwards has a one-touch power moonroof as well as a power tailgate.
Even though the 2024 Honda Odyssey’s cabin lacks any sense of occasion, it is beautiful. The digital instrument cluster looks great, and the ambient lighting around its center console is a nice touch. Honda’s main focus is on space and durability. It doesn’t matter if a model is made of leather or cloth, it feels like it will last for a lifetime. The car’s interior plastics are of high quality and it is well-bolted together. The potential for rattles in a vehicle with so many seating is high. Honda has high standards. We didn’t hear any rattles.
2024 Honda Odyssey Engine
The lack of engine options is the first weakness in the Odyssey’s armor. The 3.5-liter naturally aspirated V6 engine from Honda is an excellent choice, producing 280 horsepower and 262 lb.ft of torque. The power of this minivan is never lacking, but it’s not a lack of it. Honda has a long history building the most powerful non-turbo engines in business. Even with eight passengers, it has enough capacity to drive on the highway and in cities. It also has a ten-speed gearbox that is spot on. The gearbox’s wide ratios enable it to extract the maximum power from the engine regardless of the situation. It settles down well at higher speeds and is quite efficient.
We are not happy with the lack of hybrid powertrains. The Sienna and Pacifica both have hybrid options available in their respective ranges. Hybrids can be used in inner-city driving, and minivans spend most of their time doing this, so it makes perfect sense to explore hybrid options. Honda has more hybrid experience that most other companies, so why not apply this to the car it makes for suburban driving?
2024 Honda Odyssey Release Date And Price
The Odyssey range starts at a very affordable $32,090. The EX trim is available for $35,490 while the EXL model retails at $38,760. The top-spec Elite is priced at $47,820, while the Touring comes in at $42,800. These prices do not include Honda’s $1,175 destination fee.