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Odyssey Offers Versatility and Room for Adventure

The Honda Odyssey minivan was totally redesigned for 2018 offering the American family a vehicle that not only gives everyone a comfortable place to ride, but provides the technology to keep up with an ever-changing landscape. The best-selling minivan in America for the last five years, the Odyssey now offers a unique cabin communication system that lets the driver and front seat passenger not only keep an eye on what’s going on in the back, but provides a means to praise (or admonish) those riders for their behavior. As a result, the Odyssey has already won a slew of awards, including most recently being named one of the “Best Cars for the Money” by U.S. News and World Report. Inspect the inventory and take a test ride of the new Odyssey when you visit Chapman Honda in Tucson.

New Technology Delivers More

Along with a comfortable ride, plenty of power and a spacious interior, the new Honda Odyssey is packed with technology designed to make your ride safer and more enjoyable. Start with the standard Honda Sensing technology that utilizes sensors and cameras to alert you to possible problems, and in some cases take over the driving if you fail to react. That action mostly takes place in the background, but everyone will enjoy the new Display Audio system that incorporates Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to deliver concert quality sound and hands-free communication. CabinWatch is a new feature incorporated into the infotainment system that lets the driver and passenger keep an eye on the second and third-row passengers. CabinTalk allows the driver to talk to all the rear passengers via the rear speakers and headphone jacks. Everyone will be able to hear the music and the driver more clearly thanks to increased quietness in the Odyssey. A more aerodynamic body uses triple door seals, acoustic windshield and added insulation to keep the outside noise where it belongs.

Exceptional Performance and Handling

The 2018 Honda Odyssey is powered by a 3.5L 24-valve V6 engine that provides 280 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. That’s plenty of pop to take a loaded van easily onto a freeway or zoom past a semi on a long hill. Thanks to lighter weight and more rigidity in the chassis and body, the Odyssey handles and rides better than ever before. A brand new suspension system all but eliminates body roll around corners. The new Odyssey comes in a variety of trim levels, starting at less than $30,000. You can feel the power and handling for yourself when you put the new Odyssey through it’s paces during a visit to Chapman Honda in Tucson.

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