2014 Honda Odyssey Review - The 2014 Honda Odyssey will offer the HondaLink smart phone interface program that came out in the model-year 2013 Conform, though this will likely be restricted to one or more of the car's maximum cut levels. With touchscreen show, leader and speech triggered manages, the program delivers a wide range of services to the cabin, such as Slacker Stereo songs, the Howl listing service, audio books, podcasts and journey information. It also contains the capability to have inbound Facebook or myspace and Tweets information study loudly via produced speech.
For 2014, the Honda Odyssey gets some minimal work done within and out to create it even more eye-catching to minivan customers, to help keep it clean before it goes through a complete upgrade for the 2016 design season. Its looks are rejuvenated with a new bonnet, front side fender, grill and bumpers while the back continues to be relatively the same besides new LED-enhanced taillights.
2014 Honda Odyssey Review
Inside, the top cut reveals off a new middle collection of manages. It has the same two-screen installation that we’ve seen in new Acuras and the new Ford Conform. The lower touch-screen can be used to create various improvements while the bigger show is used just for show reasons. The Traveling Top level also comes loaded with technical features like a routing and multi-media that can accessibility smart phone applications and study information nourishes from Facebook or myspace and Tweets to the car owner. And then, of course, there is the HondaVac program. Available only on the top-tier Traveling Top level, this useful — yet still an included cost option — can pull up problems.
Other new facilities available on the 2014 Honda Odyssey will likely be restricted to one or more top designs. These consist of a push-button entry/start program, a Ahead Accident Caution System that alerts when the Journey is coming up too quickly on another automobile or other impediment in its direction, and a Road Leaving Caution program that alerts the car owner when the minivan is unintentionally traversing road lane indicators.
Assuming the 2014 Honda Odyssey gets the new World Goals 3.5-liter V6 with 248-horsepower and six-speed transmitting across the line, its approximated gas mileage ranking should force up a little bit to around 21/31/24-mpg city/highway/combined.2014 Honda Odyssey Review