2023 Honda Odyssey Review – The 2023 model of the Honda Odyssey is said to include a new element that makes driving in this minivan more relaxing and enjoyable. The new design could include the Magic Glide, the second-row chair designed to function as outboard seats which can slide. Its mechanism is to slide from side to space, which makes the transfer more accessible and comfortable. It’s not just that kids will have greater access to the minivan, but getting up to the third row won’t be as complicated. The Magic Glide can also provide additional space to middle seats, which is just practical – given that the ride on its own can comfortably accommodate eight people quite comfortably.
The exterior and cabin would both get a new look. For example the LX will get metallic 17-inch tires and an end spoiler. 8-10-way driver’s seat the top 4-way traveler’s chair and a divide that folds into a 60/40 next seater.
The brand new Honda Odyssey 2023 has many new features and technologies. Cruise management during vacation, online music streaming, WiFi Bluetooth (mobile) phone, a rear-view digital camera and a sophisticated sound system. Also, there is an USB 2.0 and iPod user interface system. Expect an armrest with a retract-down mechanism, an outlet for the wall that can handle 115V of energy fog lights, an the internal vacuum, Xenon front lights, HD FM radio, etc.
We currently do not know the power source for the new 2023 Honda Odyssey model. Many think that Honda could use electrification in order in order to compete against its competitors. On the other hand it is widely believed that the same engine will power it in the same way as it did before. A 3.5-liter V6 produces 280 horsepower and 262 pounds of torque.
It also comes with a smooth 10-speed automatic transmission, and we’re expecting all-wheel-drive to come as an option. You may have noticed that all rivals, including the Toyota Sienna or Chrysler Pacifica include an AWD system.
2023 Honda Odyssey Price and Release Date
The brand new 2023 Honda Odyssey has been recently captured testing camouflaged heavy. The final product should be available by next year. The sales should start immediately following that.
The new generation will be able to take advantage of Honda’s Global truck platform, which is available with Acura MDX, Honda Pilot and Honda Ridgeline models. We’re expecting that the new model will be in the same price bracket. The current Odyssey costs $33,000, while it can be priced as high as $50,000 with the top of the line Elite version.