2014 Honda Odyssey Video Preview

April 1, 2013
The 2014 Honda Odyssey isn't glamorous, but once you've seen how family-friendly it can be, it's hard to not see it as functionally good-looking--and having an edge on crossovers in many ways.

This year, with the new 2014 model shown at New York, the automaker improves the Odyssey in a number of significant ways that you might not be able to see right away.

With a new front crash structure, Honda is expecting top crash scores in all tests, federal and IIHS. The 2013 model has already been a top performer.

Once you get to know the cabin, you'll appreciate the HondaLink system that allows Aha smartphone-based Internet music and content; the system can even read tweets or Facebook status. Combined with the 650-watt sound system and optional wide-screen entertainment system in the top Touring Elite model, that's quite the entertainment package.

And on that top Touring Elite model, the Odyssey now sucks--in a good way. At the top Touring Elite level, you get a strong fully integrated vacuum, co-developed with Shop-Vac. As social media manager Joel Feder shows in this video, the system has more than enough power to suck up cereals and snacks that land on the floor.

See our preview of the 2014 Honda Odyssey for more information, as well as all our New York Auto Show news.

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