2018 Honda Odyssey: Refresh or revolt

No one wants to buy minivan for how it looks from the outside but irresistible design can make it distinguish from the rest of the crowd. The 2018 Honda Odyssey, which  was revealed at the Detroit auto show that recently happened, will have the Chrysler Pacifica, Toyota Sienna, Kia Sedona as it’s rivals and customers will soon have the chance to decide if the model’s fresh sheetmetal can help it be America’s best-selling minivan. Until you decide wif the new Odyssey is refreshing or revolting, look closer at its new design.

In the front, you may see that the hood is changed on Honda. A new grille also has a solid silver bar connecting the Honda ensign to the headlights. This new grille imitates the design of other new products from Honda, also with the 2017 Civic.

Even before the they redesigned it, the Odyssey was famous as one of the most unusual-looking minivans on the market, thanks to its signature “lightning bolt” beltine. Honda wanted to keep this design whim for the 2018 model year, but changed it just slightly for a more mature look. The door handles have been places farther comparing to the old model, and the new floating D-pillar make some extra visual something.

Taking lines again from the Civic, the 2018 Odyssey gets C-shaped taillight

Taking lines again from the Civic, the 2018 Odyssey gets C-shaped taillights. The taillights are no longer connected together, but a horizontal silver bar goes through the back of the van instead. So it has been before, a subtle spoiler is on top of the rear window. A hands-free power liftgate with foot activation is a new available stuff for 2018.

On thi inside, the Odyssey features a new 7–inch digital instrument group. There’s no longer a confusing dual-screen infotainment and now there’s one screen that sits on top of the dash. The electronic gear selector is new, and it is replacing a traditional lever.

Let us know in the comments section below do you think the 2018 Honda Odyssey is refreshing or revolting?

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