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GREEN | 7 out of 10
2015 Honda Odyssey: 19/28 mpg, 22 mpg combined
All 2011 Odysseys gain a pretty notable 2-to-4 mpg in EPA city and highway figures.
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minor engine improvements, lower-rolling-resistance tires, a significant diet
You get just one more mile per gallon from the 6AT. But Honda insists it's used to boost performance, not necessarily mileage.
The 2015 Honda Odyssey has best-in-class EPA fuel-economy ratings. Honda paid particular attention to aerodynamics when it redesigned the van, going so far as to reshape the mirror caps for smoother airflow.
Along with its cylinder-deactivation system—which can shut down two or three cylinders depending on engine load—the six-speed automatic transmission in the Odyssey helps the minivan earn 19 mpg in the city, 28 highway. These numbers are considerably better than the comparable Toyota Sienna and Chrysler Town & Country/Dodge Grand Caravan.
In short, if you need three rows of seating and want a regular, non-hybrid powertrain, the Odyssey is your most fuel-efficient pick.
The Odyssey gets fuel economy as good as the smaller, four-cylinder Mazda 5.