2023 Honda Odyssey – Minivans are typically connected with growing families and the decision to ditch stylish-looking vehicles that served as the main mode of transport. It’s the same with Honda’s 2023 Odyssey. 2023 Honda Odyssey doesn’t change that fact, but the introduction of a sinister Sports trim may make parents think of their rebellious side. It could be Honda’s attempt to profit from the popularity of blacked-out look packages.
2023 Honda Odyssey Redesign
Whatever the case it’s the same, the Odyssey Sport comes with these exterior elements in gloss black 19.2-inch wheels, grille accents around the headlights as well as fog lights, as well as roof pillars. The taillights are also darkened covers. The available colors for paint include black (obviously) red, white, and the new Sonic Gray Pearl. Inside the Sport features black leather, embellished with red stitching. The cabin at night is lit with red ambient lighting to give the feeling of being sporty or spooky, depending on whether people still believe in the mythical creature or otherwise.
2023 Honda Odyssey Price & Release Date
The brand new Sport model is priced at $42,505 and comes with a sunroof, a powered tailgate that can be operated by a power source, as well as and eight-way seating for the front. It’s a middleman that includes the EX-L and the Touring. Since the entry-level LX was discontinued The EX is now its entry-level Odyssey. This has resulted in a greater starting price, which is $38,635 – $4300 more than the previous year’s $34,335 LX. All other 2023 Odyssey models cost $41,705 for the EX as well as $45,754 for the Touring and $50,765 for its top-of-the-line Elite.
Each Odyssey is driven by the 280 horsepower engine which comes with a 10-speed automatic motor and front-wheel drive. For this first time, Honda includes maintenance-free for the Odyssey along with other models. The factory-scheduled service is extended up to two years (or 24,000 miles). They include tire rotation and filters and oil changes.