Honda Odyssey

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Odyssey Specs
Engine 2356 cc
Power 173 hp
Transmission Type CVT
Driver Airbag Yes
Air Conditioner Yes
Power Steering Yes
Seating Capacity 7 Seats
Central Locking Yes

Odyssey Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Odyssey

Exterior looks

Premium interiors


Things We Dont Like in Odyssey

Slightly pricey

Offered only in one variant

Recent Updates of Honda Odyssey

Honda launched its facelifted MPV, the 2018 Odyssey in Malaysia earlier this year. The new 2018 Honda Odyssey offers the same engine which is a 2.4-litre DOHC i-VTEC producing up to 175 PS of maximum power at 6,200 rpm and 225 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm as the previous generation model. But Honda has worked on its interiors with a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, powered front seats, reverse camera, and power-sliding rear doors. 2018 Honda Odyssey facelift has been priced at RM254,800 OTR without insurance with 3 color options - Premium Twinkle Black Pearl, Super Platinum Metallic, and Platinum White Pearl. It  competes against the like of Toyota Harrier. 

Odyssey Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
2.4L EXV RM258,896 *
OTR Price
2356 cc, 173 hp, CVT, Petrol
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Honda Odyssey Colors

Odyssey is available in 3 different colors - Super Platinum Metallic, Platinum White Pearl and Premium Twinkle Black Pearl.

  • Super Platinum Metallic

  • Platinum White Pearl

  • Premium Twinkle Black Pearl

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Odyssey Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict


Known particularly for its heart-racing sedans and modern crossovers, Honda has always relied on only one particular vehicle for the MUV/minivan category, the Honda Odyssey. One of the largest and most stylish MUV in its category, the Honda Odyssey has been in existence since 1994, when its first generation model arrived on the public scene. Ever since then, the Odyssey has grown itself into a more functional vehicle with a grown sense of style and features. The Odyssey has entered into its fifth generation model already and is sold for RM 257,721 in a single variant – 2.4 EXV. The color options available on the Honda Odyssey are Platinum White Pearl, Super Platinum Metallic and Twinkle Black Pearl.

Interior & Features

On the inside, it is safe to say that the overall interior cabin of the Honda Odyssey is easily the most appealing and futuristic looking among all the cabins of the similarly priced MUVs. Yes, it even outshines the cabins of some of the similarly priced luxury sedans and crossovers.

The four-spoke steering wheel of the Odyssey looks large, thanks to the huge size of the center boss and minimalist design for the four spokes, all of which come integrated with buttons for audio, Bluetooth and cruise control. The three pod instrument console too has a unique layout, with analog speedometer at the center and digital units for MID readouts in pods on either side.

The dashboard looks clean and fuss free with a very simple yet elegant looking horizontal layout for both upper and lower portions. Talking about the upper portion first, it does get a large 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with vertical AC vents with silver surrounds on both of its adjacent sides. The infotainment unit gets all the modern supports for audio and your smartphone connectivity options. The lower portion of the dashboard gets a nice looking fake wood finish with a nice satin chrome finish underlining it. It gets centrally mounted fully touch sensitive panel for the automatic climate control and the stubby looking gear lever near it. This chrome and food combination flows all the way on the side doors as well, making the overall interior very luxurious in appeal.

The Odyssey packs in all the premium features you would expect at this price. Apart from the aforementioned features above, the Odyssey also gets a panoramic sunroof, push-button start with keyless entry, automatic headlamps, paddle shifters, air conditioning for all the three rows, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, full leather upholstery, electrically adjustable driver’s seat and outside rearview mirrors and a 6-speaker audio system.

Being an MUV, the Honda Odyssey will not disappoint you at all when it comes to space. All the three rows get enough legroom, headroom and shoulder room, with the middle row getting captain seats as standard. Further, the glass areas on the sides give the Odyssey a massive airy feel, generating a sense of enhanced space on the inside.


Seldom there is an MUV which makes sense over other similarly priced crossover or a sedan when it comes to design and sets your heart racing. The Honda Odyssey is one such MUV – it is one of the most beautifully crafted and well-thought when it comes to designing. The vehicle takes some inspiration from other premium Hondas like the CR-V and Accord, and shares some of their design cues.

At the front, the Odyssey looks quite intimidating due to its large vertical grille with thick slats, above which sits another sleek horizontal grille like seen on other Hondas. This horizontal grille seamlessly blends with the sleek angular headlamps which are full LED units and come with daytime running LEDs incorporated in them. The aggressively styled front bumper adds some more character to the frontal fascia of the Odyssey, with the corners of it getting a thin strip of lights which acts as fog lamps.

On moving sideways, the overall design of the Odyssey remains functional, yet eye-catching. For the first time in all the five generations, this particular Odyssey gets sliding doors in place of hinged ones. The stretched profile with a lowered stance, along with a couple of premium elements like multi-spoke machined alloy wheels and chrome finish for door handles and waistline, makes the Odyssey look very premium.

At the rear too, the Odyssey doesn’t lose its plot like many other MUVs and looks as arresting as the frontal view. The rear hatch looks squared, however, the large but sleek full LED tail lamps make the rear profile look gorgeous.


Ride & Handling

Apart from space, an MUV also needs to excel on the front of ride quality, and the Odyssey scores full marks here as well. With the conventional setup of Macpherson struts at the front and a torsion beam at the rear, the Honda Odyssey has got a plush ride quality. However, the lower ground clearance means that you need to take on the bad sections of the roads with added care. The large 17-inch alloy wheels too play a major role in giving the added stability while driving. Also, the disc brake setup all around, with major electronic driving aids, is strong enough to bring this large MUV to halt comfortably.


Engine & Fuel Consumption

Sharing the engine with the high-end Hondas like the CR-V and Accord, the Odyssey too gets the same 2.4-litre i-VTEC engine as the former duo. This engine on the Odyssey churns out a maximum power output of 175 PS and a peak torque output of 225 Nm. Like all the i-VTEC mills, this one on the Odyssey too is smooth and refined all the way till the redline. However, given the fact that it is an MUV with all the added bulkiness, the Odyssey doesn’t love to be pushed hard but driven sedately. Like in most of the other Hondas, the Odyssey’s engine too is coupled to a CVT transmission which gets the further assistance of paddle shifters to make your driving experience easier.

Braking & Safety

The Honda Odyssey belongs to the category of top-spec Hondas in terms of pricing, which is why it gets all the safety essentials one would expect at this price. The Odyssey is equipped with some of the best safety features on board, which include front, side, and curtain airbags, ISOFIX mounts on rear seats, front and reverse parking sensors, ABS with EBD, multi-angle rearview camera, smart parking assist system, blind spot monitoring system, vehicle stability assist, hill start assist and brake assist. However, the real show stealer in this list has to be Honda sensing technology, which uses a combination of sensors and radars for lane departure warning, road departure mitigation, lane keep assist system, forward collision warning, collision mitigation braking system and adaptive cruise control.


Being a premium vehicle, the Honda Odyssey scores brilliantly on whichever aspect you ask for. Be it exterior styling, interior cabin layout, list of comfort, convenience and safety features and amount of space on the inside, the Honda Odyssey abolishes the common norm of MUVs of being a boring vehicle. It really outshines similarly priced sedans and crossovers in some of the key areas, which is a further bonus on its practicality. Keeping its slightly higher price point, the Honda Odyssey makes for a great vehicle for a family oriented buyer.

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