The 2013 Honda Odyssey, which gets slight modifications, is just $200 more expensive. Honda had last given this model a major overhaul for the 2011 model year. The base LX model has the same center stack as the higher-trim Odyssey EX. Its standard features include the 8-inch display screen, rear-view camera, Bluetooth phone/ audio connectivity, USB audio input, and Honda’s CD Library function (which offers 2-gigabytes of internal memory for ripping CDs to MP3 files).
The 2013 Odyssey LX has a starting price of $29,405 (which includes destination charges). The 2013 Odyssey EX, which is priced higher than the LX by $3150, comes with 17-inch aluminum wheels, power sliding doors, tri-zone automatic climate control, HomeLink, integrated second-row window sunshades, a removable center console, and a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat. Odyssey EX-L models have a starting price of $35,955.
For this amount, buyers get leather seating surfaces, a power front passenger seat, heated front seating surfaces, a power tailgate, a power moonroof, a cooled storage compartment in the instrument panel, and XM satellite radio. For just $1600 more, the EX-L models can be bundled with a rear-seat DVD entertainment system. For $2000 more, consumers get a satellite navigation system. As expected, the 2013 Odyssey Touring has a starting price of $42,260.
It comes with a long line of standard equipment, which includes a six-speed automatic instead of the five-speed automatic that the LX, EX, and EX-L trims have. The 2013 Odyssey Touring models get fog lamps, navigation and rear-seat DVD entertainment systems, sunshades for second and third row passengers, front and rear parking sensors, and a one-motion, flat-folding 60/40 split third-row seat.
For an extra $2495, the buyer gets 2013 Odyssey Touring Elite model that gets HID headlamps, a widescreen rear DVD entertainment system, a 650-watt surround-sound system, and a blind-spot detection system.