The 2020 Honda Odyssey is a family van through and through. As you will see below, this beloved model has all the details that you could want in a passenger vehicle. Keep reading below to learn about the exterior, interior, and safety features of the 2020 Honda Odyssey and let us know what you think.
There are plenty of convenient exterior features on the 2020 Honda Odyssey but two of our favorites are the power tailgate with a programmable height feature and the available power sliding door. The power tailgate makes your life easy by taking the heavy lifting away. Plus, since you can program it to only open to a certain height, you won’t have to worry about it hitting the ceiling of your garage or going out of reach.
The available power sliding door uses a button to trigger it to open. If your rear-seat passengers are small and struggle to open the door on their own, this key feature makes it easy on you.
How many passengers can you fit inside of your current vehicle? If you upgrade your current ride to the 2020 Honda Odyssey, then you will have seats for up to eight passengers. Three seats in the 2nd and 3rd rows make the 2020 Honda Odyssey a perfect choice for a large family or a group of car-poolers.
The 2nd row of seating features Magic Slide 2nd-Row Seats that can slide and come apart. This allows you to reconfigure the inside of your van and take advantage of the space in any way you want. It also makes accessing the 3rd row of seats easier than ever.
You wouldn’t buy a van if you didn’t think it was safe. The 2020 Honda Odyssey takes your safety seriously. Designed to be stable in all situations, it features systems like Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA ®) with Traction Control and Hill Start Assist. VSA helps correct over-steer and under-steer to keep you on your desired path even in slippery road conditions.
Hill Start Assist keeps your 2020 Honda Odyssey vehicle from sliding backward when you start your vehicle on an incline. If you live in a hilly area, this feature will save you time and again. It can maintain brake pressure even when your foot is off the brake pedal.