After introducing the limited edition CR-V, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) recently announced that the Odyssey gets an updated exterior and added safety features.
Outside, the Honda Odyssey EX-V Navi CVT receives a new platinum front grille and platinum skirts. Moreover, the luxury minivan gets a new pair of shoes with its 17-inch alloy wheels.
On the other hand, HCPI added more safety and convenience features such as outer door courtesy lights to guide passengers as they step in/out of the minivan. In addition, speed sensing door locks that activate at 15 km/h and auto power up/down on all windows have been added for a more convenient experience inside.
Speaking of convenience, the Odyssey is equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen head unit with navigation, while the rear passengers get a 9-inch entertainment system with DVD and HDMI.
The new Honda Odyssey still has its capable 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC engine paired with the Earth Dreams Technology continuously variable transmission (CVT). The power unit can put out 175 hp and 226 Nm of torque.
Interested buyers can drive home the Honda Odyssey EX-V Navi CVT for P2,393,000. Available colors are: Modern Steel Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, Carnelian Red Pearl, Super Platinum Metallic. For an additional P20,000, future owners have the option to get the Odyssey in 1 of the 2 exclusive colors – Premium Twinkle Black Pearl or White Orchid Pearl.
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