2020 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 slick 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 takes getting used to. The optional 8-inch infotainment touch screen is easier to use than the previous offering, but it can still be distracting. Advanced safety systems aren't available on the base LX trim. They are standard on all other Odyssey trims.