The 2018 Odyssey's redesign isn't revolutionary, but Honda still made big improvements to its power, fuel economy, ride, and cabin quietness. It offers more features to pamper travelers and keep them connected. The overall result is a premium feel. Inside, passengers will find the front seats large and inviting, but the bottom cushion loses firmness over long trips.
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    The 2018 Odyssey's redesign isn't revolutionary, but Honda still made big improvements to its power, fuel economy, ride, and cabin quietness. It offers more features to pamper travelers and keep them connected. The overall result is a premium feel.

    Inside, passengers will find the front seats large and inviting, but the bottom cushion loses firmness over long trips. By removing the second-row center seat, the comfortable outboard seats can be shifted inward, opening a wider path to access the roomy third-row seats, or positioning an infant closer to parents sitting up front.

    The cabin is serene except over very coarse pavement. Honda offers an intercom system that allows the driver to speak into a microphone to rear passengers for when wind and road noise intrude.

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    We'd choose the EX trim, because it comes with standard Honda Sensing, which includes forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane keeping assistance. Also, EX models get blind spot warning, tri-zone climate control, heated front seats and mirrors, power...
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