Honda finds its sweet spotSun, 22, Jan 2017
Why Honda skipped awd on OdysseySat, 14, Jan 2017
Sawzalls, Duck Tales and hockey sticks: What people are saying about Honda's '18 OdysseyTue, 10, Jan 2017
Honda's redesigned, fifth-generation Odyssey features 21st-century connectivity through in-car apps and cameras, streaming video and 4G Wi-Fi, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. There are other enhancements, too, including more flexible seating, an available 10-speed automatic gearbox and stain-resistant leather seats. What people are saying about the '18 Odyssey.
Honda stocks '18 Odyssey with technologyMon, 09, Jan 2017
Honda recalls 641,302 Odysseys, issues stop-sale orderThu, 29, Dec 2016
'18 Odyssey debuts at Detroit showMon, 26, Dec 2016
Honda says it will unveil 2018 Odyssey minivan at Detroit showMon, 19, Dec 2016
Honda's onslaught of new products will continue in January with the debut of the 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan at the Detroit auto show. The fifth-generation Odyssey that will debut in Detroit promises redesigned styling, powertrain updates and undisclosed "innovative features."
Chrysler Pacifica gets 28 mpg highway EPA ratingTue, 08, Mar 2016
The new Chrysler Pacifica, which replaces the venerable Town & Country minivan this spring, uses a combination of reduced body weight, a freer-breathing redesigned V-6 engine, and a nine-speed automatic transmission to claim a piece of the minivan fuel economy crown.
Amid profit fall, Honda bets on new productsMon, 01, Feb 2016
Takata airbag recalls and exchange losses undercut profits at Honda in the latest quarter, but the company sees a brighter 2016 thanks to an influx of new product for North America, the Japanese carmaker's biggest market.
Obviously an OdysseyMon, 11, Jan 2016
Honda's fifth-generation Odyssey spiedTue, 05, Jan 2016
Spy shots of Honda testing its fifth-generation Odyssey minivan show there's just no disguising a minivan for anything else. Few details are obvious from the photos but two things are clear: The zigzag window line between the B and C pillars of the fourth generation is no more. And Honda may finally be ready to integrate the sliding door track at the bottom of the window like the rest of the industry, rather than have it slide through the quarter panel.