2016 Honda Odyssey Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Honda Odyssey Concept

Although there is no official information about this mini-van, it is for sure that new generation of Odyssey. In order to keep this vehicle in competition, which is harder day by day, there are many updates for new model. It is expected that next-generation Odyssey will come as 2016 year model.

The 2016 Honda Odyssey is a future model of this popular mini-van, that’s been in production since 1994. At this moment we only have rumors about the possibility that the 2016th model will be redesigned and since the last version was launched all the way back as 2012th model it is quite possible to see some significant changes.

New era brings new outline and carlike Odyssey will get another greater grille with more chrome stripes, new rakish headlights and modified guard and bumpers. Entryways will get new gulfs, however raise entryway will remain a slider. At the back, back quarter window will be moved to be in accordance with front ones, and tail-lights will be divided. Mileage appraisals are robust and Odyssey gives back where its due of 19 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the expressway. Discretionary 4-chamber motor could raise these essentially, however it is still a matter of whether Honda will choose to offering it. Concerning the execution of the new Honda Odyssey, no official data is accessible yet, however it is accepted that Honda will utilize a 3.5l V6 which has the capacity create up to 248 hp and 250 pound feet of torque. It will presumably utilize 22 miles for every gallon, however there is a probability that under the group of the new 2016 Honda Odyssey will show up a half and half motor since the greater part of the vast organizations wish to raise Eco mindfulness. It is still too soon to say anything, yet in the event that the past is any marker it will have a programmed transmission with six velocities.

2016 Honda Odyssey Price and Release

2016 Honda Odyssey Price

Pricing for the new 2016 Honda Odyssey has been set at $30,000 – $45,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2016 Honda Odyssey we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2016 Honda Odyssey Redesign

It is hard to find out anything about the interior features of 2016 Honda Odyssey. We expect the same interior layout for the new model since that was one of the things that got a lot of praises from the reviewers. On the other hand seats in 2016 Honda Odyssey can come as more supportive and one of the things Honda might introduce in the new model is the folding middle row, since most of the mini-vans and even three row SUVs have that option now. When it comes to features, expect something better than the last year, since in 2015 best infotainment system was only available with the Touring trim level, but now they might introduce it for some lover level trims, or even the base version.

2016 Honda Odyssey Interior

2016 Honda Odyssey Concept

The 2016 Odyssey will come with a new engine. There are rumors that Honda is going to introduce 3.5 liter Earth Dreams V6 unit and this engine is the product of Honda Advanced Technology research, made by Honda engineer team. This engine introduces new valve train mechanisms and direct injection in the SOHC, VTEC and VMC systems. With this new technology, 2016 Honda Odyssey will come with 5-10% better fuel efficiency. Since this project is still on we can expect new and better characteristics in the performance section every year, with the goal to achieve 30% decrease in CO2 emissions until 2020 model year.

2016 Honda Odyssey Specs

In order to be competitive with other cars from this class, 2016 Honda Odyssey will get new, stylish and much more attractive design. It will use new, wider platform, which will provide more space inside. This platform will be made of lightweight materials, so fuel economy and total performance of the car will be much improved. Of course, there are many visual updates ready for 2016 Honda Odyssey. It is expected 2016 Odyssey to get all-new front fascia, which includes new LED headlights, grille and front bumper. Interior design of 2016 Honda Odyssey will undergo many changes too. It will get new premium look and which is even more important it will be more comfortable for the passengers. Things like new control panel, dashboard, steering wheel, new larger touchscreen are expected. It also expected that new model will get many safety systems improvements.

The current Pilot has existed in more or less the same basic form since 2009, with its only update coming in the 2012 model year, when Honda stripped the SUV of its bizarre-looking “cyborg” grille treatment. Nearly six years ago, the Pilot literally drove away from the competition, having had a considerable head-start on most three-row-crossover competitors. Just about everyone has now abandoned the truck-based body-on-frame format for the lighter and more carlike crossover blueprint, and Honda’s edge in the segment has dulled. Having placed dead last in its most recent comparison test, the Pilot needs to re-establish Honda as the go-to brand for three-row, mid-size crossovers.

Calfskin trimmed seats will be offered on higher levels, much the same as they are presently, and cutting edge model ought to get more metallic stresses in a base level and wood grain touches on top evaluations. It will keep up to eight seats in three lines, two of which can be totally collapsed down for extra load space. Tough instrument board and focus stack offer compartment with huge capacity, shifter located profoundly and beside the controlling wheel, in addition to a 8-inch TFT screen in partitioned group which accompanies 2 gigabytes of storage room for route maps. Top level will in all likelihood keep 650-watt sound framework and 16.2-inch ultrawide-screen stimulation framework. Odyssey is also the first minivan that offering inherent vacuum cleaner which normally proves to be useful. All models accompany a rearview cam, Lanewatch sideview cam (inaccessible on base model) and all standard security characteristics. EX-L or more trims include path flight and forward-crash cautioning frameworks, while Touring model accompanies blind side screens.

2016 Honda Odyssey Engine

2016 Honda Odyssey Engine

Just as the Pilot today offers only a single engine, so, too, will the new model. We don’t see anything other than Honda’s latest direct-injected 3.5-liter V-6 providing motivation to the front wheels or optionally all four wheels. We expect the current Pilot’s AWD system to continue in the new version of the crossover; from a cost standpoint, Acura’s Super Handling All-Wheel Drive with rear-axle torque-vectoring is probably off-limits for Hondas.

Let’s start our review with the engine. While the previous model had a 3.5 liter V6 with 248 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque, the 2016 model is most likely going to feature either an improved 3.5 liter V6 with DOHC and VTEC that will make around 290 horsepower and 266 lb-ft of torque or a smaller 2 liter turbocharged VTEC that would give it as much as 250 horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque. The latter isn’t for sure, but it is a possibility considering Honda has been experimenting with turbocharged engines. Its fuel consumption will also go up for the low 22 MPG to 24 MPG for the V6 or as much as 29 MPG for the 2liter turbo.

When it comes to transmissions, however, Honda might have a slew of choices from the Honda/Acura parts bin. The Pilot most likely will get the same six-speed automatic used by the Accord V-6. On the other hand, fuel-economy requirements are getting tougher, so the ZF-built nine-speed automatic from the 2015 Acura TLX V-6 sedan should be mighty tempting for Honda product planners. In that car, the transmission bolts up to you guessed it the Accord’s 3.5-liter V-6. The only hitch is that Acura could potentially claim the ZF ’box for itself: The brand had to pony up serious money to tweak the ubiquitous Honda V-6 block to accept the ZF transmission in the TLX. But any opportunity to amortize those costs over more vehicles (such as the Pilot) would make sense.

It is still unknown will new mini-van will use same engine as its predecessor or will it get the new one, which will probably have similar displacement and power range, but better overall performance.. Current model uses 3.5 liter V6 with 248 hp and 250 lb-ft. In any case, it is expected 2016 Honda Odyssey to have better performances, especially when it is about fuel economy. Present Odyssey makes 22 mpg combined.

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