Thursday, September 27, 2007

2007 Honda Odyssey Review

Exterior features of the 2007 Honda Odyssey begin with power side mirrors, a remote entry system, intermittent windshield wipers (front and rear) heat rejecting glass, and privacy glass in the rear. Higher trim levels have powered side doors, a powered tailgate, roof rails, and parking sensors.

Inside the Odyssey, comfort and convenience abound. All trim levels seat at least seven people, with select trim levels offering seating for eight. All come with some form of air conditioning � manual front and rear in the base model, and tri-zone in the higher trim levels. Power windows, power door locks, and throttle control are standard across the line. Also standard are multiple cup holders (three per row, minimum), power outlets, vanity mirrors (passenger and driver), map lights, center tray tables, and in-floor storage. Optional features include a DVD projector for the back seats, integrated sunshades, and leather steering-wheel wraps, though tilting and telescopic steering columns, sunglass holders, and a 120-watt AM/FM radio/cd audio system are standard across the line.

Like it�s smaller cousin the Honda Fit, the Odyssey features a Magic Seat (60/40 split, flat fold), in this case as the third row of seats. In addition, the Odyssey has many of the standard Honda safety features, including 3-point safety belts for all seating positions, anti-lock brakes, and front and front-side airbags as well as three-row side-curtain airbags with rollover sensors.

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