Odyssey is filled with luxury and convenience features for parents.
2014 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite
The van is comfortable to drive, and has plenty of seating for passengers. Infant and toddler car seats are very easy to install. Seatbelts in the middle row are adjustable, making it very easy to use with booster seats for older children. The bus style mirror allows a convenient view of the entire back seat of the vehicle while you are driving. The climate control works well, and you can actually feel a temperature difference from the driver's side to the passenger side and in the back. The entertainment center is easy to use and convenient. The rear camera works well and has a clear picture. The sensors on the vehicle make it very easy to park in close areas, especially the garage. I also find that the hands free Bluetooth option works well with my iPhone. Overall, the navigation system is easy to use and the instructions are clear, but it is expensive to update as roads are changed or built. Also, I have found that while the children enjoy the DVD player, we use less DVDs these days and use more digital content. This means that I have to purchase DVDs solely to use in the vehicle. The doors are easy to open and close, and the windows work well. The keyless entry is nice, especially when out with young children since you do not have to get your keys out of the bag to unlock the vehicle.