Most versions of a 2020 Honda Odyssey have a facilities families need to confuse any other prolonged adequate for a highway trip.
Aside from a customary touchscreen on many versions, rear-seat entertainment, USB assign ports, and stretchable seating make hours in a rolling vital room, well, livable.
Starting from an normal score, a 2020 Odyssey gets points above normal for good bottom facilities and good value. It misses a indicate for a tiny shade on bottom versions that we don’t recommend. (Read some-more about how we rate cars.)
Like final year, a 2020 Odyssey is offering in LX, EX, EX-L, EX-L with Navigation and RES (rear party system), Elite, and Touring levels.
The 2020 Odyssey LX costs $31,785, including end and tip Odyssey Elite vans cost some-more than $48,000. Luckily for families, one step above bottom is a plain value, with some-more facilities families might need.
Odyssey LX models are sincerely plain though have a basics. The 2020 Odyssey LX includes a 5.0-inch shade for infotainment, Bluetooth connectivity, dual USB assign ports, 18-inch wheels, and a shifting third row.
We’d skip forward to a EX, that adds an 8.0-inch touchscreen for infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, adaptive journey control, remote start, seating for eight, active line control, energy shifting behind doors, three-zone meridian control, shifting second-row seats, exhilarated front seats, and blind-spot monitors. EX-L and EX-L with Navigation and RES versions supplement leather seats; leather, navigation and a rear-seat party system, respectively.
The tip Odyssey Elite vans are rolling suites. In further to all of a above, Elites supplement an in-car vacuum, exhilarated and cooled front seats, reward audio, a wireless phone charger, wi-fi hotspot, and 19-inch wheels. It’s tough to suppose a some-more gentle approach to expostulate to Disneyland.
Honda Odyssey infotainment
Most Odyssey vans will leave a bureau with an 8.0-inch touchscreen that includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone compatibility.
Odyssey EX-L vans with navigation and rear-seat party also offer a in-car PA that uses a van’s Bluetooth microphone to promote a driver’s voice into a third quarrel around a speakers. It’s a useful complement that reduces a need to scream toward a backseat that if one some-more Cheerio gets thrown that we’re some-more than happy to spin this outpost around.
Odyssey Touring and Elite vans are versed with an in-car camera to guard a food-fight suspects, too. It’s a permitted underline that displays a 180-degree perspective of a cabin, and can zoom, or in low light, can switch to infrared. For many relatives with tiny children, a camera can uncover either children in rear-facing automobile seats are sleeping, that is nice.
The rear-seat party complement is helpful, though maybe already old-fashioned in a universe full of iPads. Like those iPads, a rear-seat 10.2-inch shade is internet connected and can tide PBS Kids and Spotify.
The usually downside for owners will be navigating to those in-car cameras and talk-back systems from smartphone software. The functions are usually permitted from a Odyssey’s local infotainment screen, that requires drivers—or improved still, front-seat passengers—to behind out of a map or song apps to use a features.