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Let’s talk about comfort. The Odyssey has the option to add heated front seats. All cabins come standard with noise-cancelling technology, so you can avoid the drone of the road and enjoy the music of your choice on the 7-speaker audio system. To keep the cabin clean, the Touring trim has an included HondaVac. This is an in-car vacuuming system that stows away conveniently.
Honda has also filled the Odyssey with plenty of features to stay connected. USB ports let you connect your electronic devices with ease. Bluetooth also lets you connect your phone to the optional HondaLink infotainment system—upgrade to this system for hands-free control through a bilingual voice recognition system.
“The 2016 Honda Odyssey continues its reign as one of the best minivans on the market.”—Edmunds.com
“There’s really no trim level to avoid, as even the base LX model wearing steel wheels drives competently and has a backup camera and power front seats (eight-way on the driver’s side, four-way on the passenger’s).”—Car and Driver
“The 2016 Honda Odyssey stands at the top of the minivan heap, with more design flair and more driving enjoyment than most other three-row rivals.”—The Car Connection
“From its sliding side doors to its in-car vacuum, the 2016 Honda Odyssey was built with the family in mind. Easier to park than a full-size SUV, not to mention being less fuel thirsty, the Odyssey is the feature-packed 8-passenger shuttle your family has been looking for.”—Kelley Book Blue
The Odyssey was also voted the 2016 most popular minivan on Edmunds.com. While the average minivan rarely causes much buzz, the exceptional Odyssey proved that it was an extraordinary pick for the 2016 year.