2010 Honda Odyssey Review and Price
About 2010 Honda Odyssey
The Honda Odyssey vehicle series have gone a long way. Therefore, many consumers and auto critics were not too excited about the unveiling of the 2010 Honda Odyssey, which more or less stayed unchanged from the 2009 edition. Many customers have bought this vehicle and we expect them to post their experiences with this vehicle and the issues they have faced. Some questions and answers should help you understand a bit about this vehicle.
Q. First question – who are the competitors of the 2011 Honda Odyssey ?
A. The Toyota Sienna, Ford Flex, Nissan Quest and Chrysler Town & Country are main competitors of the 2010 Honda Odyssey. However, the Odyssey has been able to dwarf the competition with its superior quality and more features available in the car.
Q. Should I buy the 2010 Honda Odyssey or the 2011 Honda Odyssey model ?
A. Should not make much of a difference. Both 2011 Honda Odyssey and and the 2010 Honda Odyssey provide excellent feature set and is great value for the money.
Q. Any mechanical information about 2010 Honda Odyssey ?
A. The powertrain for the 2010 Honda Odyssey continued on with its use of a 3.5-liter V6 engine that can produce a maximum of 244 horsepower and comes with a five-speed automatic transmission. Both the Touring and EX-L models have unique Variable Cylinder Management or VCM technology from Honda, which further contributes to better fuel economy as 2 or 3 of the engine’s cylinders are deactivated when high power is not required.
Q. So what is the Fuel economy for 2010 Honda Odyssey ?
A. Speaking of fuel economy, the 2010 Honda Odyssey comes with an average rating of 16 mpg on the city and 23 mpg on the highway.
Pro’s of 2010 Honda Odyssey
*Honda Odyssey 2010 provides exactly the right size of passenger and cargo space that is expected in a minivan vehicle;
*It is made out of superior quality materials;
*Honda Odyssey 2010 has managed to successfully eliminate the sloppy road manners that are a major qualm with most minivans.
Con’s of 2010 Honda Odyssey
*When running at extremely high speeds, there is a noticeable and annoying level of noise;
*There are a few bumps and thumps to be encountered while on the road;
*The proliferation of button functions on the dashboard could be confusing for some.
The prices for the 2010 Honda Odyssey is not expected to rise significantly from its 2009 predecessors. Thus, prices will still begin at $27,065 or around that same range, which applies for the Honda Odyssey LX model. The next model in this price list is the EX model, which is priced at $30,165. The most expensive model in the range would then have to be the EX-L, which comes with a $33,865 price tag.
The Bottom Line
The 2010 Honda Odyssey is a great car if you wish to enjoy a ride with your family and kids.