Sign In

The 2011 Honda Odyssey: Taking the Expected Out of Minivan

Last updated 7 years ago

The Honda Odyssey has all of the characteristics that make a great minivan: flexibility, plenty of room, top safety ratings, and 28 mpg.  However the Honda Odyssey goes above and beyond tradition with a 248-horsepower, V6 engine that still meets the low-emission standards of the California Air Resources Board.  That’s just one example of how this new Honda isn’t like any other minivan on the road, others include:

Power and Economy

The six-cylinder engine uses an innovative system called Variable Cylinder Management to make the most of its power when you need it and focus on fuel efficiency when you don’t. This Honda part actively controls the engine’s cylinders, so when you need all six, the new Honda Odyssey delivers. When you’re just cruising through the streets at a lackadaisical pace, the VCM system actually deactivates two or three cylinders to maximize economy.

Versatility and Functionality

The new Honda Odyssey brings a lot of improvements to 2011, including the all-new trim level: Touring Elite. At the pinnacle of Honda engineering, the Touring Elite trim is loaded with features like a six-speed automatic transmission and automatic high-intensity discharge headlights.

Comfort and Luxury

The original, fold-down, third row seating was introduced by the Odyssey in the late 90s.  The spirit of innovation lives on today as the new Honda Odyssey offers incredibly flexible, cozy seating. The Odyssey has room for up to eight and the comfortable seats pamper passengers.

For further passenger enjoyment, the Honda DVD Ultrawide Rear Entertainment System allows rear-seat occupants to enjoy two movies at once with individual headphones.

The new Honda Odyssey surpasses many expectations and continues to lead others in its class. Test drive an Odyssey at your Utah Honda dealer, Willey Honda, to experience the luxury firsthand. Our dealership offers new Hondas, used Hondas, and a quality service and parts center. Visit our website to learn more about the Honda Odyssey today.

 

  • Loading comments... Spinner


  • Hours:

  • Closed Sunday
  • 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Monday
  • 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Tuesday
  • 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Wednesday
  • 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Thursday
  • 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Friday
  • 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM Saturday


Links

  • Recent Posts
    • Loading posts... Spinner
  • View All
  • Recent Comments
    • Loading comments... Spinner
  • Related Links
  • Popular Tags
    • Loading tags... Spinner