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Powertrain

An advanced 3.5-litre, 24-valve, SOHC, i-VTEC V-6 gasoline engine provides the 2011 Odyssey with a combination of satisfying acceleration performance, excellent fuel economy and ultra-low emissions. The all-aluminum engine features a dual-stage intake manifold for low- and mid-rpm performance. The engine generates 248 hp and 250 lb-ft. of torque, while still achieving a class-leading highway fuel economy rating of 7.1 L/100km (Odyssey Touring). The engine’s Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) feature allows the engine to make responsive power while maintaining high levels of fuel efficiency. VCM works on the principle that a vehicle only requires a fraction of its power output at cruising speeds and allows the engine to effectively run on three, four or six cylinders, based on the power requirement. A five-speed automatic transmission is standard on the Odyssey LX, EX, EX-RES and EX-L. A six-speed automatic transmission is standard on the Odyssey Touring.

Compared to the five-speed automatic transmission, the six-speed automatic transmission has lower gear ratios in first through fifth gears to enhance acceleration, and the sixth gear ratio is taller to enhance fuel economy. The class-leading, estimated highway fuel economy for the V-6-powered Odyssey Touring is better than similarly sized 4-cylinder-powered minivans currently available from other manufacturers for the 2011 model year. The 2011 Odyssey meets the “Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle” (ULEV) standard in the U.S. for California and states that adhere to California Air Resource Board (CARB) certification standards.
Models and Trim Levels

The Odyssey comes standard with a long list of engineering, comfort, convenience and safety features. Completely new features to the Odyssey are underlined. Features new to a particular trim level for 2011 are italicized.


The Odyssey LX engineering, comfort and convenience features include: a 3.5-litre i-VTEC V-6 engine, VCM, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), 5-speed automatic transmission, variable power rack-and-pinion steering, VSA, power-assisted 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS and EBD, Brake Assist, TPMS, 17-inch steel wheels with wheel covers, 235/65R17 all-season tires, projector beam halogen headlights with auto off, Daytime Running Lights (DRL), heated power side mirrors, privacy glass, information display, 229-Watt AM/FM/CD audio system with five speakers including subwoofer, MP3/auxillary input jack, one-line audio system display, Radio Data System, cruise control, remote entry system, two 12V outlets, four LATCH positions, air conditioning with manual front and rear controls, driver’s seat with eight-way power adjustment and manual lumbar support, front centre floor tray, sunglasses holder, floor mats (front and second row), one-motion 60/40 split 3rd-row Magic Seat®, dual-stage, multiple-threshold front airbags (SRS), front side airbags with passenger-side Occupant Position Detections System (OPDS), three-row side-curtain airbags with rollover sensor, driver’s and front passenger’s active head restraints, Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure, power side mirrors, two-speed/variable intermittent windshield wipers, intermittent rear wiper/washer, rear window defroster, power windows with auto-up/down driver’s and front-passenger’s windows, tilt and telescopic steering column, 10 beverage holders, maintenance minder system and more.
The Odyssey EX adds or replaces to the Odyssey LX: alloy wheels, heated seats, power sliding doors, projector beam halogen headlights with auto-on/off, 8-inch colour QVGA i-MID with rearview camera including parking guidelines ; Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®; AM/FM/CD/CD-Library 2GB memory audio system with seven speakers including subwoofer, steering wheel-mounted audio and cruise control, USB Audio Interface; exterior temperature indicator, compass, HomeLink® remote system, selector knob, security system, three 12V outlets (total), removable front centre console with storage, flip-up trash bag ring, seatback pockets (second row), 2nd-row multi-function centre seat, five LATCH positions, tri-zone automatic climate control system with humidity control and air filtration, driver’s seat with 10-way power adjustment including power lumbar support, second-row sunshades, conversation mirror with sunglasses holder, floor mats (all rows), 15 beverage holders and more. Note that VCM and ANC have been added to the Odyssey EX for 2011.
The Odyssey EX-RES: adds the Honda DVD Rear Entertainment System (RES) with 9-inch display and two headphone jacks; two wireless headphones; one RCA video input; and one 115V power outlet.
The Odyssey EX-L adds or replaces to the Odyssey EX-RES: leather-trimmed interior (front and outboard second row); leather-wrapped steering wheel; power tailgate; power moonroof; beverage cool box; auto-dimming rearview mirror; steering wheel-mounted phone controls; XM® Radio1; passenger’s seat with four-way power adjustment; centre stack storage with utility tray; and body-coloured parking sensors (front and rear).
The Odyssey Touring adds or replaces to the Odyssey EX-L: six-speed automatic transmission; 18-inch alloy wheels; Honda Satellite – Linked Navigation System with voice recognition; multi-view rearview camera; 650-watt AM/FM/CD Hard Disk Drive-based 15GB (HDD) premium audio system with 12 speakers including subwoofer and 5.1 surround sound theater mode; Honda DVD Ultra-Wide Rear Entertainment System with 16.2-inch display and HDMI port with two headphone jacks; two wireless headphones; one RCA video input; one 115V power outlet; auto-leveling High-Intensity Discharge (HID) headlights; blind spot information system; acoustic front windshield glass; memory-linked side mirrors with reverse gear tilt-down; driver’s seat with two-position memory; one-motion 60/40 split 3rd-row Magic Seat® with folding centre armrest; third-row integrated sunshades; fog lights; ambient footwell lighting.
Colours and Trims

Exterior Colours

Interior Colours













LX

EX / EX-RES

EX-L

Touring

Taffeta White

Truffle

Truffle

Truffle

Truffle

Alabaster Silver Metallic

Truffle

Truffle

Truffle

Truffle

Celestial Blue Metallic (new)

N/A

Gray

Gray

Gray

Polished Metal Metallic

Gray

Gray

Gray

Gray

Crystal Black Pearl







Truffle

Truffle

Mocha Metallic

Ivory

Ivory

Ivory

Ivory


Specifications and Comparisons




2011 Odyssey Touring

2010 Odyssey Touring

2011 Sienna XLE V6 2WD

Length x Width x Height (mm)

5154 x 2012 x 1737

5133 x 1958 x 1778*

5085 x 1984 x 1811

Wheelbase (mm)

3000

3000

3030

Passenger Volume (litres)

4817

4466

4655

Cargo Volume (litres)

1087

1087

1107

Engine

3.5-litre i-VTEC V-6

3.5-litre i-VTEC V-6

3.5-litre VVT-I V6

Transmission

6AT

5AT

6AT

Fuel Economy, (City/Highway)

10.9/7.1

12.3/7.8

11.5/8.1

Horsepower

248

244

266

Torque (lb-ft)

250

245

245

Required Fuel

Regular Unleaded

Regular Unleaded

Regular Unleaded

Fuel Capacity (litres)

79

79

76

Front Suspension

MacPherson Strut

MacPherson Strut

MacPherson Strut

Rear Suspension

Multi-Link

Multi-Link

Twist Beam

LATCH positions

5

3

3

*Approximately 1748 without roof rails.
Odyssey’s Legacy of Innovation and Long-Term Value

Since 1995 the Odyssey has built a loyal following for its useful blend of versatility, functionality and quality. The first-generation Odyssey was based on the Accord platform and used conventional-opening rear doors. Its third-row of seating introduced the concept of the “hide-away” third row to the minivan segment and every significant competitor has added it since.


The larger, second-generation 1999 model was based on a new global light truck platform (unrelated to the Accord) and truly set a new benchmark in the minivan segment. A second assembly plant was opened at the Honda of Canada Mfg. (HCM) assembly facility in Alliston, Ontario, to build the new Odyssey, starting in 1998. Odyssey remained in production at HCM until it was moved to Alabama in 2004. It featured power rear sliding doors (available) and innovations unimaginable for a minivan at the time. Additionally, the second-generation Odyssey with its fully independent suspension and surprisingly good handling went on to defy the prevailing wisdom that minivans lacked driving sophistication. A combination of new features and unexpected refinement catapulted the Odyssey into being one of the most sought-after vehicles in the entire automotive industry for much of the last decade. The Odyssey earned a reputation for being perpetually in demand and holding its value better than most other vehicles on the market, minivan or otherwise.
The third-generation 2005 Odyssey introduced significant new innovations including the ACE body structure, Variable Cylinder Management and even more sophistication and luxury. The fourth-generation 2011 Odyssey promises to carry on the Odyssey’s tradition of excellence with even greater efficiency, a new element of style, high-tech features and improved ease-of-use.
Manufacturing

The Odyssey is produced exclusively at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama (HMA) using domestic and globally sourced parts. The Lincoln, Alabama, plant conducts synchronous production of vehicles and engines and is the exclusive global producer of Odyssey minivans, Pilot sport utility vehicles and Ridgeline pickup trucks.


In a further demonstration of Honda’s manufacturing flexibility, the plant began production of Accord V-6 Sedans in July 2009, enabling the Marysville Auto Plant in Ohio to become the sole source for production of 4-cylinder Accords (Sedan and Coupe) sold in North America. The HMA plant was also the first automobile plant in North America to operate as a zero-waste-to-landfill facility, leading the way for reduced waste from vehicle production activities at all of Honda’s plants in North America. The plant started production with the Odyssey minivan in 2001, adding a second production line and assembly of Pilot SUVs in 2004. Production of Ridgeline trucks was added in February 2009, followed by the addition of Accord V-6 Sedan production in July 2009.

Research and Development

All development and design activity for both the concept and production vehicles of the 2011 Odyssey occurred at Honda R&D Americas in Torrance, California, and Raymond, Ohio. Initially established as Honda Research California in 1975 to conduct market research in the U.S., Honda R&D Americas, Inc. has steadily expanded the size and scope of its operations and responsibilities. Today, Honda R&D Americas conducts complete product creation in North America to research, design and develop products that meet the needs of customers in the Americas and to support local parts sourcing efforts. Like Honda R&D Co., Ltd., in Japan, Honda R&D Americas is a company separate from Honda’s North American manufacturing and sales and marketing companies, with the flexibility to pursue its design and development goals. Honda currently operates 14 R&D facilities in North America.


Los Angeles Center

The Los Angeles Center Center has played a primary role in the design of the new 2011 Honda

Odyssey and many current products including the Honda Civic Coupe and Si, Honda

Pilot, Honda Element, Honda Ridgeline, Acura ZDX, Acura TL and Acura MDX – each produced exclusively in North America. In 2006, Honda R&D completed construction on a new

Acura Design Studio, adjacent to its existing Torrance, California, facility, focused solely on the Acura automotive brand. The 2010 Acura ZDX is the first product designed wholly within the confines of the new facility. In early 2007, R&D began operations at a new Advanced Design Studio, in Pasadena, California, responsible for the development of future design concepts for Honda and Acura. The studio is responsible for the development of the FC Sport fuel cell concept (2008) and the P-NUT urban commuter concept (2009).
Ohio Center

The Ohio Center is located close to the Marysville, Ohio, and East Liberty, Ohio, auto plants. The development work on the 2011 Honda Odyssey as well as the current 2006 Civic Coupe and Si, 2003 and 2009 Pilot, 2003 Element, 2006 Ridgeline, 2004 and 2009 Acura TL, 2001 and 2007 Acura MDX and 2010 Acura ZDX took place at the Ohio Center. The Automotive Safety Research Facility at the Ohio Center houses the world’s most sophisticated high resolution crash-test barrier block, the world’s first pitching crash test simulator, along with other advanced safety research and testing labs.


Awards, Accolades and Ratings

The Odyssey has won numerous awards and critical acclaim. Recent accolades include an Edmunds.com 2010 "Top Recommended" minivan award, U.S. News and World Report 2010 "Best Minivan for the Money" award, Automotive Lease Guide 2010 "Best Minivan for the Money," the Kelley Blue Book award as one of the ten "Best New Family Vehicles of 2009" and "2009 Best Resale Value Award" in the van category, which recognizes vehicles that are expected to have segment-leading resale value after five years of ownership. Below is a partial list of awards that the third-generation Odyssey has won.




NORTH AMERICAN AWARDS, ACCOLADES, RATINGS:

2005

Automobile Magazine – Editor's All-Star Award

Automotive Lease Guide (ALG) – Highest Residual Value for a Minivan

Car and Driver – 5Best Trucks

Consumer Guide – Best Buy: Minivan

Money – 2005 Best Minivan

J.D. Power & Associates –APEAL Customer Satisfaction Awards: Midsize Van Segment Leader
2006

Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) – Best New Minivan and overall

‘Canadian Truck of the Year’

Money Magazine/CNNMoney.com – Best Cars of 2006: Best Minivan


2007

AAA/Parents Magazine – Best Car for Families

Car and Driver – 5Best Trucks

Automobile Magazine – All-Star Award

IntelliChoice.com / Auto Pacific – 2007 Motorist Choice Awards: Minivan

Edmunds.com – Editors' Most-Wanted Vehicle Awards: Minivan

Cars.com –Lifestyle Awards: Top Family Car, Best Car for Big Families
2008

Kelley Blue Book – 2008 Best Resale Value: Van/Minivan

The Car Book – 2008 Best Bet

Autobytel's MyRide.com –Most Requested New Minivan


2009

Consumer Guide – Best Buy

IIHS – 2009 Top Safety Pick rating

Kelley Blue Book – Best Resale Value: Van / Best New Family Vehicle

The Car Book 2009 – Best Bet

AutoPacific – Ideal Vehicle Award (IVA)

AutoPacific – Motorist Choice Award
2010

Automotive Lease Guide – Best Minivan

Edmunds.com – Top Recommended

U.S. News & World Report – Best Minivan for the Money

Kelley Blue Book – Top 10 Family Car

AutoPacific – 2010 Vehicle Satisfaction Award

NADAGuides.com – Best Car Buys: Top Vans

2011 Odyssey: Interior

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011 Odyssey Touring Interior

The Odyssey has built a loyal following for its useful blend of versatility, functionality and quality. The 2011 Odyssey advances that mission with an even greater range of comfort and convenience features – along with contemporary design elements all its own. The new Odyssey offers generous space inside, with up to 4887 litres (172.6 cu.ft.) of total passenger volume (Odyssey LX) and 4205 litres (148.5 cu.ft.) of cargo volume behind the front seats. With comfortable and flexible seating configurations, numerous storage bins and pockets, up to 15 beverage holders, available leather seating surfaces, and a host of useful and enjoyable electronic features, the Odyssey interior quickly adds up to more than the sum of its parts.


The One-Motion 60/40 Split 3rd-Row Magic Seat® allows the Odyssey to quickly and easily adapt between passenger and cargo duties. The 3rd-Row Magic Seat can accommodate up to three passengers and still provide 1087 litres (38.4 cu.ft.) of cargo volume behind the seats, or fold completely flat into the floor to create2636 litres (93.1 cu.ft.) of cargo volume while still maintaining room for five passengers (four passengers on LX). With the second-row seats removed, total cargo volume expands to 4205 litres (148.5 cu. ft.). Total interior volume measures 5947 litres (210.0 cu. ft.) for passenger and cargo volume combined (Odyssey LX). The wide-mode adjustable 2nd-row seats with armrests and walk-in feature allow for the seats to move sideways for improved comfort and convenience. Additionally, the new-for-2011 multi-function 2nd-row seat on the Odyssey EX and above offers better comfort compared to the PlusOne seat it replaces on the previous generation, while also integrating a Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren (LATCH) attachment point.
Interior Highlights

  • Spacious eight-passenger seating (seven on Odyssey LX)

  • One-Motion 60/40 Split 3rd-Row Magic Seat® (more comfortable and convenient)

  • Available 3-Mode second-row seat

  • Available premium features include leather, navigation and Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®

  • Passenger volume of 4887 litres (Odyssey LX), cargo volume of 1087 litres (maximum cargo volume of 4205 litres behind first row)


New Technology

  • Front-row removable centre console (Odyssey EX and above)

  • Second-row 3-mode seating with multi-function centre seat / armrest (Odyssey EX and above)

  • Cool box

  • Dedicated mobile device storage areas

  • Bluetooth® audio streaming (Odyssey EX and above)

Styling and Ergonomics

Like all Honda vehicles, the Odyssey’s seating, instruments and controls are all designed around the driver. To help alleviate fatigue, especially on long trips, the driver’s seat features power adjustable lumbar support (EX and above) as well as height adjustment.


Every tactile surface, from the interior door handles to the seat controls to the instrument panel, steering wheel, shift lever and electronic controls, latches and lids, are designed and manufactured to be pleasing to the touch and easy to operate. A tilt and telescopic steering column helps ensure that drivers of virtually all sizes can find a comfortable seating position.

2011 Odyssey interior illustration


Interior Packaging Concept

The Odyssey interior aims to provide a large space for both people and cargo with three rows of adult-sized seating comfort. For 2011, several fundamental changes have made the interior dimensions feel more spacious. The ceiling’s AC outlet ductwork moves outboard to the sides, freeing up space to maintain similar amounts of headroom compared to the previous generation – despite having a slightly lower roofline. Additionally, the ceiling’s aesthetics take on a much cleaner appearance with flatter sculpting across its entire plane smoother overall shapes, and first- and second-row hidden seat belt rings in the pillars. Additional storage has been added to the third row by moving the spare tire in the driver’s side rear sidewall to the area underneath the front seats.

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