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Honda Odyssey (Japanese)
aka Type aka here, not up there
Production 1994>
Class People mover
Body Style 5 dr 7 seat Wagon
Length 4780 mm
Width 1800 mm
Height 1550 mm
Wheelbase 2830 mm
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission 5 speed Automatic, FWD
Engine 2.4L VTEC
Power N/A hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar Mitsubishi Grandis
Opel Zafira
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

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See Wikicars' comprehensive Honda Odyssey (Japanese) Review.

Recent Changes

  • In 2006, the Odyssey underwent a mid-model facelift. Both spec levels get a new grille, revised bumpers, new rear lights and indicators on the side mirrors. The Luxury model gains six-stack CD/MP3 player plus an option of black leather interior. Prices remain unchanged.

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So far, the Odyssey had no inherent faults but it's worth checking the car if it's been properly cared for. Because the Odyssey has an alloy engine, the cooling system needs regular maintenance and the correct oil must be ensured. Owners are to be sure to check uneven tyre wear and steering that pulls one way and owners also need to be sure that the timing belt is replaced every 100,000 kms.

Honda parts are repairs cost higher than some makes.


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  • Greyish Mauve (M)
  • Alabaster Silver (M)
  • Basque Red
  • Prenium White
  • Carbon Bronze
  • Nighthawk Black


  • Grey cloth
  • Black leather
  • Ivory leather

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Honda USA has its own version of the Odyssey.

Main Article: Honda Odyssey

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2010 Drive Best People Mover 2006 RACV Australia's Best People Mover 2005 RACV Australia's Best People Mover 2004 RACV Australia's Best People Mover

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Honda Odyssey-Australian website.[1]

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