2023 Honda Odyssey To Get Updates

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Honda has updated its most popular minivan in the United States, offering the Odyssey Sport for 2023. The Odyssey Sport follows the blackout trend with a gloss black grille, mirrors, lighting unit surrounds, rear pillars, and liftgate bar. Tinted taillights and black 19-inch alloy wheels complete the look.

Buyers will find black leather seats with red contrast stitching within the cabin. A matching steering wheel, a black headliner, and red lights complete the look. Because the Sport trim is based on the Odyssey EX-L, it includes features such as power front seats, a sunroof, and a power liftgate.

The Odyssey Sport likewise appears like a sport minivan, but Honda hasn't given the engine any mechanical upgrades. As a result, the Odyssey Sport has the same 3.5-liter V6 engine with 280 horsepower and 355 Nm of torque. It's mated to a ten-speed automatic transmission that only transfers power to the front wheels.

Platinum White Pearl or Radiant Red Metallic are available for the 2023 Odyssey Sport. Crystal Black Pearl, on the other hand, is for fans who desire a completely blacked-out look.

2023 Honda Odyssey

The Odyssey LX, the entry-level model, will be discontinued in 2023. This is a regrettable development because it raises the minivan's base price from $33,040 to $37,340. This represents a $4,300 increase, not including the $1,295 destination fee.

Also, the EX trim is $900 more expensive than the previous model, while the EX-L is $700 more expensive. The Odyssey Touring and Odyssey Elite models are both up $700 for 2023.

There's more good news: all Honda 2023 vehicles come with two years or 38,624 kilometers of free scheduled maintenance.

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