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Honda Odyssey 2021: Variants and Price list


₱2,298,000 - ₱2,698,000

Honda Odyssey 2021 Overview

Body type





7 - 8


2.4 L

Max Power

173 hp

Max Torque

226 Nm

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Honda released a fashionable Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) with a 7-seater and sliding doors. Released in 1994 for Japanese, Honda Odyssey was the fifth generation of cars that were available worldwide. The EX Navi and the EX-V trim levels are the only two variants released in the Philippines. The new Honda Odyssey is a player for minivan type cars and fuel-saving advantage technology that suits modern families well. The exterior design for the EX-V Navi features dark chrome paint; on the other hand, the EX series comes with chrome paint. Odyssey comes with the CVT transmission and DOHC i-VTEC 4 cylinder engine with 2.4-liter capacity. The engines produce 173 hp at 6,200 rpm and 226 nm at 4,000 rpm. Passengers will still be comfortable because of the additional automatic triple-zone air condition system. The second-row seats can be adjusted front and back, while the third comes with three-way split reclining seats and can be flattened for luggage purposes. Equipped with Captain Cradle Seats with Ottoman, and high-quality leather-like seats, the interior remains with a modern suite room design. The sedan-like car has performance that is outstanding for a smooth ride. With its powerful engine, you will feel like driving a minivan, and it has plenty of space that is perfect for your family trips.


In 2013, Honda Odyssey was available in the market and later got a new look in 2018. Compared to the old models, new models feature a much slimmer and new front face design.

Odyssey tends to be the flagship unit for Honda when it comes to the minivan since Honda is not popularly known in making minivans. Currently, Odyssey generations come with one petrol engine. For the price, it's starting from PHP 2,138,000 with Super Platinum Metallic, Platinum Twinkle Black Pearl, Platinum White Pearl, and Crystal Black Pearl color choices.

The car's suspension part is MacPherson struts at the front with a torsion beam layout on the back. A foot-operated foot brake is also installed in the Honda Odyssey.

The Honda Odyssey is currently the largest model in Honda PH's lineup (Thai model shown)


At the front, the car has a large cascading grille while on the upper portion, it has a single slat which looks like from a Honda City unit. The lower part is extended up to the front bumper with chrome slats.

The shoulder lines have a chrome garnish extended from the edge of the headlamp to the back trail lamp, making it more appealing elegantly.

Honda Odyssey is quite aerodynamic looking due to the slanting front feature. It also looks very classy on the rear due to the V-shape hatch section. The windshield has a sporty looking with a roof spoiler.


On the inside, the sporty look exterior is amazingly conveyed forward with cabin looks for an MPV. Built with a 7-inch touchscreen system unit for entertainment purposes and a touchpad for climate control.

Depending on the set-up, a Honda Odyssey can have seven or eight people inside. The base trim has standard seating for seven people. The trim composes of two front seats, two captain's chairs, and the third row for the three-seat chair.

Adding the Magic Slide feature, all other trims can occupy eight people. The second-rows can be slid to the side, back, and front for passenger's convenience to get in and exit the vehicle.

Technology & Safety Features

The safety features of the Honda Odyssey are well equipped. An HDMI, Bluetooth feature, and USB connectivity built on the head unit. It also comes with a 2-tweeter 6-speaker build sound system and a pair of 12 volts sockets.

The car features ABS with EBD, an Advanced Compatibility Engineering body built with side-impact door beams. It has child seat anchors, hill start assist, emergency stop signal, three-point seat belts, a blindspot signal system, and parking sensors.

The minivan has airbags on the side front for the driver and passenger for all three rows.

Odyssey has four wide-angle cameras with multi-view and reverse camera for guiding.

Platform & Chassis

Powered with vibration-damping subframes, 4-wheel independent suspension, and 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS and brake assistance feature. Also included on the chassis is the Tire Pressure Monitor System with tire fill assist.

Honda Odyssey has Agile Handling assist for brake and to improve turning response and cornering ability. The system also creates a "yaw moment" during cornering by braking force inside the wheels and reduces understeer.

All Odyssey variants come with touring trims with 18 x 7.5-inch alloy wheels. The fuel tank is molded from density polyethylene for lighter weight. It is located ahead of the rear wheel to avoid collision damage.

Engine & Drivetrain

Installed with a 3.5-liter V6 engine and has the capacity to produce 280 horsepower, this large car still has decent acceleration.

The engine is mated with CVT transmission for a smoother ride in urban locations. Its also paired with a front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout. It has a four-cylinder engine with a 2.4-liter capacity, same with Honda Accord and CR-V. The maximum output for the power is up to 175 PS and 226 Nm for peak torque output.

Considered as one of the best minivans for your money and availability in the market, Honda Odyssey delivers luxurious, safe for your family and reliability.

Honda Odyssey: FAQs

How many seats does the Honda Odyssey have?

The Odyssey was initially released as a 5-door station wagon but for now is a minivan with sliding doors and 7 seats.

What are the alternatives to the Honda Odyssey in the Philippines?

The Kia Carnival and Toyota Alphard are the two most popular competitors to the Odyssey in the local market.

Is the Honda Odyssey a good car?

Yes, the Odyssey is considered as one of the best minivans in the market and highly recommended if you’re looking for a spacious vehicle for your family, business, or just a roomy vehicle in general.

Honda Odyssey 2021 Price list View listings

The price of the Honda Odyssey in the Philippines starts at ₱2,298,000 for the entry-level EX 2.4 CVT, while the top-of-the-line Honda Odyssey EX-V Navi 2.4 CVT is priced at ₱2,698,000. For more details, please refer to our 2021 Honda Odyssey price list as follows:

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Honda Odyssey EX 2.4 CVT

Automatic | Gasoline | 8 seats

₱2,298,000 Get Quote
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Honda Odyssey EX-V Navi 2.4 CVT

Automatic | Gasoline | 7 seats

₱2,698,000 Get Quote
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*** Please note that the Honda Odyssey‘s prices might differ in some showrooms and should serve as reference only.

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Refreshed Honda Odyssey 2018 finally debuts in the Philippines

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Nov 29, 2017

The Honda Odyssey 2018 to get a refreshed look

Honda will unveil the updated Honda Odyssey 2018 next month.

Oct 11, 2017

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