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Honda is recalling about 900,000 minivans because second-row seats may tip forward if not properly latched after being adjusted.
Wow, the stuff that goes on in the back seats of cars. Now a new chapter in this long, storied history of second-row steaminess in American automobiles.
Honda isn't planning on having sales consultants run through a full technology training session with buyers of the 2018 Odyssey.
If a central challenge of autonomous vehicles is easing the tedium of driving, it's the same challenge facing the developers of the modern minivan.
The 2018 Odyssey is intended for people into the family stage of their adult lives, including the early wave of millennials.
Loyal Honda Odyssey customers upgrading to the 2018 model will discover something missing from the center stack: the gearshift knob.
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