2023 Honda Odyssey – Minivans are usually associated with growing families, as well as the choice to eliminate fashionable vehicles that were the main mode of transportation. The same is true for the Honda 2023 Odyssey. 2023 Honda Odyssey doesn’t change this fact, however, the introduction of the sinister Sport trim might inspire parents to consider the rebellious aspect of their child. It could be an attempt by Honda to capitalize on the popularity of blacked-out appearance packages.
2023 Honda Odyssey Review
However, the fact remains the same. The Odyssey Sport comes with these exterior components in glossy black 19.2-inch wheels with grille accents that surround the headlights and fog lights and roof pillars. The taillights also have darker-colored covers. The colors that are available for paint comprise black (obviously) white, red, and the latest Sonic Gray Pearl. Inside, the Sport comes with black leather accented by red stitching. The cabin is lit by the red hue of ambient lighting, giving the impression of being athletic or creepy, depending on whether you believe in mythological creatures or not.
2023 Honda Odyssey Price & Models
The all-new Sport model retails at $42,505 and includes an open-air sunroof and a tailgate powered which can be powered by a source of power and also an eight-way seating option for the front. It’s a middleman model that comes with two models: the EX-L along with the Touring. The entry-level LX was discontinued, the EX is now the basic Odyssey. This has led to the higher price of its starting point, which is $38,635 or $4300 higher than the previous year’s $34,335 for the LX. The other 2023 Odyssey models are priced at just $41,705 in the EX and the Touring model at $45,754 and $50,765 for the Elite.
Every Odyssey is powered by the 285 horsepower engine that is equipped with a 10-speed auto motor and front-wheel drive. This is the first time, Honda provides maintenance-free maintenance for the Odyssey as well as other models. The scheduled service provided by the factory can be extended to a period of two years (or 24,000 miles). It includes tire rotation, filters, and oil changes.