• WSE Posted: 1/26/2010 12:09pm PST

    Not sure I understand those fuel economy numbers... my '05 Odyssey regularly gets 18/26. I think the new EPA ratings are overly pessimistic.

  • Dave Posted: 1/26/2010 2:10pm PST

    Maybe they will beat Chrysler to the market with a Hybrid minivan. I know chrysler was saying they have one 12months or so away. I know my wifes 07 Town and Country gets 27mpg all day long at 70mph. Seems real happy at that speed. I also believe the market will be back on the up swing for minivans. You cant beat them for the room and comfort. Honda and chrysler make the best minivans out there.

  • R2Dad Posted: 1/27/2010 8:57am PST

    The interior dash photo hides it, but the Oddity still has that glued-on-to-the-dashboard shifter thingy--perfect for the clueless/bad driver demographic automakers target.

  • lisa Lashes Posted: 4/15/2010 9:55pm PDT

    The beltline of the car has a cool lightning bolt touch. The lines jag down before the D pillar. This gives the Honda Odyssey Concept a more aggressive stance than the typical minivan on the road. The Odyssey will also be more than your usual people-mover with its wider base and lower roofline. These features add to the sporty feel people have been looking for in minivans.

  • Smith Joshep Posted: 4/16/2010 12:41am PDT

    The extra rear quarter visibility will be welcome, despite the weirdness of the resulting window line. Other than that, looks like they're not messing too much with a winning combination, which is good. I'm not convinced that it needs to be any longer or wider than mine already is, but it doesn't sound like the dimensional changes are big

  • joshep Posted: 4/16/2010 3:23am PDT

    The Sienna is going to give the Ody some serious competition. Seems Toyota has taken a page out of Hondas playbook and is more car like than ever before.