What to Expect in the 2017 Honda Odyssey in San Antonio

If there is one thing that comes to mind for a parent getting in the swing of things for back-to-school, it’s probably transportation. Taking the kids to and from school, participating in the weekly car pool, going to and fro soccer and dance practices, and picking up dinner all require a not only reliable car, but one that can handle these daily tasks with ease. The 2017 Honda Odyssey in San Antonio isn’t expected to make its debut until November or December, but this new model year is expected to have some really cool features. So stay tuned as Fiesta Honda goes through what to expect.


The last time the Honda Odyssey received a noticeable facelift was in 2014. Although nothing has been officially unveiled yet, there is good reason to believe that this 2017 Odyssey will be a little more updated. It has been rumored that this 5th generation Odyssey will be based off of 2016 Acura models. Unlike boxy minivans of the past, this minivan will have clean lines and be streamlined for ultimate styling.


We can expect the interior to be drastically updated, as are the current 2017 model Hondas. The interior will mirror the exterior essentially, with clean lines and a modern-feel. We have reason to believe that the HondaSensing suite will be offered, as does the 2017 Accord, 2017 Ridgeline and 2017 Fit. This minivan will be the most powerful on the block with at least 250 horsepower, which really makes it a competitive option. There have also been rumors that it will have an improved VCM like the 2016 Pilot and an All Wheel Drive option.


Trust us, Fiesta Honda is just as excited as you are about the new 2017 Honda Odyssey in San Antonio. We don’t even know all of the details yet, but we know it’s going to be a game changer in the minivan world! Stay tuned for updates for now, but if you just can’t wait you can always check out our 2016 Honda Odyssey inventory!



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