2018 Honda Odyssey To Cost $30,890

by SpeedLux
2018 Honda Odyssey

The 2018 Honda Odyssey is starting at $30,890, that’s more $100 compared to the previous base model.

The Odyssey commands a comparable starting rate to the 2017 Toyota Sienna, and the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica prior incentives. However a base 2017 Kia Sedona costs $27,850.

For 2018, the base Odyssey LX includes new features such as dual-zone automatic climate control, an acoustic-laminated windscreen, and noise-cancelling innovation. One step up is the EX, which includes tri-zone automated climate control, heated front seats, and other upgrades for a grand overall of $34,760.
Honda Sensing is now basic on this trim and brings along crash mitigation braking, adaptive cruise control, roadway departure mitigation, and lane keep assist. Rates are up a little from the 2017 Odyssey EX.

On the EX-L trim, readily available for $38,260, buyers receive leather-trimmed seats, a power tailgate, a one-touch power slide and tilt moonroof, and additional USB ports. The EX-L Navi Res includes a rear entertainment system with Blu-Ray playback capability in addition to a Garmin navigation system. Costs breach the $40,000 mark at this point, with the EX-L Navi-Res cost at $40,260.

The Touring trim replaces the basic nine-speed automatic transmission with a brand-new 10-speed unit. Set to cost $45,410, the model likewise adds a hands-free power tailgate, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, front and rear parking sensing units, and the HondaVac vacuum that was formerly only offered on the top-trim level. This leading trim level is the Odyssey Elite, which adds ventilated front seats, wireless phone charging, and other products to the mix. Costs for this range-topper begins at $47,570, making it more than $1,000 more costly than the top-trim 2017 Odyssey.

All Odysseys feature a 3.5-liter V-6 engine producing 280 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque.

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