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Showing posts with label Honda Odyssey. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Honda Odyssey. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Honda To Stop Production of Odyssey, Legend Models By 2022


Honda is set to trim underperforming models, and that includes the Odyssey MPV. According to a report by Nikkei Asia, this move is all part of Honda’s global realignment to focus on electric vehicles.

Friday, September 4, 2020

The Honda Odyssey Gets a Second Refresh for 2021


It’s hard to believe but the current Odyssey has been around since 2013. Launched in the Philippine market in 2015, it’s undergone one refresh to date. Well, better make that two because Honda’s executive MPV is getting yet another refresh for 2021, and this one will be the most substantial yet.

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

2021 Maxus G50 vs 2020 Toyota Innova


With Maxus Philippines launching the G50 MPV, it’s about time that the best-selling Toyota Innova would get a worthy competition. Seeking to gain the attention of Filipino families, these modern day MPVs are squaring off with their high equipment level and relatively affordable price tags. The question is, which MPV reigns supreme?

Thursday, April 16, 2020

These "Air Tight" Honda Odysseys Will Help Transport COVID-19 Patients in Japan


Honda has just transformed 50 of its Odyssey MPVs to transport COVID-19 patients to hospitals and quarantine facilities in Japan. And they’ve done so without risking the driver from infection by sealing off the rear section.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Honda Cars Philippines Launches Limited Edition Models of City, BR-V, and Odyssey


It’s a very busy August over at Honda Cars Philippines. Aside from the 2018 HR-V, the carmaker is also introducing limited-edition variants of three popular models: the City, BR-V, and Odyssey which aim to satisfy the dynamic lifestyles of Filipino families.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Honda Cars Philippines Unveils Refreshed 2018 Odyssey


Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), introduces a refreshed Odyssey premium MPV for 2018. Featuring a tweaked exterior styling and added convenience features, it aims to further satisfy the Filipino customer’s needs for luxurious and comfortable mobility.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Review: 2017 Honda Odyssey 2.4 EX


Honestly, Honda didn’t need to bring in an “entry-level” Odyssey. At 2,399,000, the top-of-the-line EX-V Navi is smartly packaged and well done. It does the job of being a business-class shuttle and family mover equally well. That said, Honda saw a market gap that wasn’t being served: one where its patrons longed to upgrade from an Innova into something more sophisticated, but still didn’t want to let go of their practical, “low key” image. Enter the Odyssey EX, essentially a low-calorie version of the EX-Navi that’s P 440,000 cheaper.

Monday, April 3, 2017

2017 Honda Odyssey EX-V Navi has Enhanced Looks, More Convenience Features


Executive families rejoice as Honda Cars Philippines has just upgraded its suite on wheels: the Odyssey. For 2017, the Odyssey EX-V Navi sees exterior and convenience features upgrades that respond to the evolving needs of the Philippine market.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Honda Cars Philippines Adds New Odyssey Variant That Seats 8


After enjoying success with its executive suite on wheels, the Honda Odyssey (see launch story here and test drive story here), Honda Cars Philippines (HCPI) is adding a new variant only this time, it’s catering more to the family-oriented set.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Review: 2015 Honda Odyssey EX-V Navi

Photos by Ulysses Ang
It’s not every day you get excited about driving a luxury MPV: they’re cumbersome and unwieldy. They’re just too big to drive around Manila and sometimes too big to fit in the garage. And unless you plan to chauffeur drive it (and some motoring journos do this despite an explicit no-no in the test drive agreement) or drive it out of town, they’re at the bottom of any must-drive list. Probably even below a pickup truck. But the all-new Honda Odyssey’s different. For starters, the proportions are actually humane. It’s actually shorter than the Accord. And for that, it gets your attention.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Honda Cars Philippines Garners 100+ Reservations on All-New Odyssey


Honda Cars Philippines, Inc.  (HCPI) has announced that its new luxury MPV, the all-new 2015 Odyssey has garnered strong traction straight out of the starting block. After the official launch earlier this month, HCPI has revealed that Filipinos love the smartest MPV in the market. They love it so much that more than 100 reservations have already been made.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Honda Launches Smaller but Smarter 2015 Odyssey MPV (w/ Specs)


Bigger isn’t necessarily better; what counts is the smarts. It’s a trend you see everywhere from toys to gadgets to houses. Now that trend has entered the automotive market, and in a segment you least expect: the premium MPV. In a world where gargantuan people carriers rule, Honda Cars Philippines is taking a bold, new direction; one that takes it to an undiscovered country. And there’s no better ride to take you there than the all-new Odyssey.

Monday, March 10, 2014

Honda Spruces Up Odyssey and Pilot with Rear Entertainment System (and Huge Discounts)


With great space comes great comfort—as genuine 8-seaters, few can ever match the refinement of the Honda Odyssey MPV and Pilot mid-sized crossover. And now, just in time for the kid’s summer vacation, Honda Cars Philippines is now throwing in a rear entertainment system for free. The catch is, you’ve got to buy your Odyssey or Pilot before March 31.

Both the Odyssey and Pilot is now kitted free with a rear entertainment system that includes a 10-inch roof-mounted DVD entertainment monitor. The system also has AV inputs and comes with wireless earphones and a remote control. Along with the rear entertainment system, both models get spiffy genuine accessories. The Odyssey now gets standard splash guards while the Pilot gets running boards for easier ingress/egress. And to top it all off, they’re now available at a substantial discount: P 250,000 off the Odyssey and P 100,000 off the Pilot.

So, if you are in the market for an 8-seater MPV or crossover and have been holding off, you’re in luck. This deal is available at all of Honda’s 31 dealerships nationwide.

Monday, January 21, 2013

Honda Cars Philippines Announces Recall for Pilot, Odyssey


Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) announces a voluntary recall of vehicles subject for inspection of some 171 units of the Honda Pilot and Odyssey sold in the Philippines for the period of June 2012 to January 2013 that are due to potentially inappropriate installation of rivet in Driver’s Front Airbag.

Findings show that there are possibly some rivets which secure the driver’s front airbag cover and bracket that were inappropriately installed. As a result, the deployment characteristics of the affected airbags may change upon collision and driver protection performance may decrease.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

HCPI Launches All-New Odyssey, Pilot


Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), Honda’s automobile production and sales subsidiary in the Philippines, today launched both the all-new Pilot and Odyssey. Following the launch of the new City last January, the all-new Civic and Jazz Special Edition in February, and the all-new CR-V in April, the all-new Pilot and Odyssey not only strengthen Honda’s return to the Philippine automotive market, but also expands its model line-up.

Since the introduction of the Pilot and Odyssey in the United States, each model has received numerous awards and recognitions from various bodies and institutions due to its outstanding roominess, versatility, efficiency, and safety. Both models have unit-body construction and independent suspension that provide car-like driving feel and ride comfort.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Surprise! Honda Launching Pilot, Odyssey in Philippines


Honda Cars Philippines (HCPI) is adding 2 new additional cars to its local line-up. And while we all thought it was going to be more variants of the Civic, this is actually their big surprise: they're actually launching the all-new Pilot and Odyssey.

For those who remember, both the Odyssey and the Pilot aren't new to our market. However, we can't deny that they were sales duds appearing either too late (Pilot) or too expensive (Odyssey) for our market. However, that doesn't prevent Honda from trying once again.

Based on overeager sales agents, Honda is selling these two vehicles at close to P 3-million. P 2,700,000 for the Pilot and P 2,900,000 for the Odyssey. Though the launch is still a couple of days away, we were able to snag some of the specs for these two vehicles: