2019 Honda Odyssey
Ratings & Reliability
The Odyssey packs in refinement, quietness, fuel economy, and a relatively intuitive infotainment system. Its interior is very flexible, with the ability to slide the second-row outboard seats sideways. Several connectivity and storage features keep the entire family happy. The 280-hp, 3.5-liter V6 engine supplies plenty of power and is teamed with a fairly unobtrusive nine-speed automatic transmission. The top trims, Touring and Elite, get a slicker 10-speed transmission. The engine is smooth, punchy, and hushed, but there is no all-wheel-drive option. The ride is very comfortable, the cabin is quiet, and handling is sound. However, the push-button gear selector is a nuisance to use when parking. The optional 8-inch infotainment touch screen is easier to use than the previous offering, but it can still be distracting.