Honda Odyssey facelift 2022 Overview
If you are a fan of Honda’s large MPV you would have noticed that the Odyssey has grown somewhat in height. No longer does it boast car-like proportions with a low-roof and sleek proportion. Instead, the 2022 Odyssey has now adopted a ‘high-roof’ shape along with a pair of electrically operated sliding doors. Gone are the low-slung car-like seats, and in its place, the Odyssey now boasts a pair of captain seats in the second row, with additional seating for three more friends or family in the third row.
Honda Odyssey facelift 2022 Specifications
The Honda Odyssey facelift carries over the pre-facelift's Earth Dreams 2.4-litre DOHC i-VTEC four-cylinder petrol engine producing 175 PS and 225 Nm of torque. It is paired to a CVT-type automatic gearbox, just like its predecessor.
Exterior of 2022 Honda Odyssey facelift
The 2022 Odyssey comes with a new front grille, new LED headlights with position lights and a new front bumper. At first glance, it definitely looks a bit more muscular compared to the outgoing model. On the rear, the 2022 Odyssey has a new taillight design and new bumper coupled with new 17-inch alloy wheels to complete the exterior enhancements to this premium 7-seater MPV.
Interior of 2022 Odyssey facelift
Upon entering the cockpit of the 2022 Odyssey you will first be greeted with a new dashboard design, replete with a storage compartment. A new 7-inch TFT meter and 8-inch advanced audio display beam all the relevant information to the driver and passengers alike. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come as standard.
The 2022 Odyssey comes in leather for its second-row seats with Captain Cradle Seat and Ottoman for next levels of comfort. The seats can be folded forward or backward, allowing for multiple configurations according to your seating needs. Also standard is the Hands-free Power Tailgate at the back with a kick motion under the rear bumper.
Honda Odyssey Safety Features
As in the previous Odyssey, the updated MPV comes with Honda's full suite of Honda Sensing safety features which include:
- Forward Collision Warning (FCW)
- Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS)
- Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
- Road Departure Mitigation (RDM)
- Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
- Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS)
Additionally, the 2022 Honda Odyssey is also equipped with a Multi-View Camera System with Smart Parking Assist, Blind Spot Information, and Cross Traffic Monitor.
2022 Odyssey facelift Pros and Cons
However, unlike the CR-V, the Odyssey does not come with Low-Speed Follow, as the function requires an electric parking brake. Apart from this, there's really no cons with the Honda MPV as it is equipped with all the right things to make any family happy on long-haul cruises. The biggest weakness of the Odyssey has always been its price as it is one of the more expensive MPVs in its class due to it being CBU/ imported from Japan. Whether it is worth it is up to you, but the Odyssey is a fine MPV.
2022 Honda Odyssey Price In Malaysia
The 2022 Honda Odyssey in CBU form from Japan, is priced at RM275,311.00
Key Features of the 2022 Honda Odyssey
With the Honda Odyssey facelift, the amenities are as you would expect - captain chairs, third-row folding seats, engine start button, multi-view rearview camera, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, as well as six airbags.
Honda Odyssey Fuel Consumption
The Odyssey achieves 11.54km/ litre for fuel consumption which is average for a car and engine of its size.
2022 Honda Odyssey facelift Warranty
The Honda Odyssey is backed up by Honda’s five-year warranty with unlimited mileage, with up to six free labour services, and an extended service interval of 10,000km.
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User Review of Honda Odyssey
Nice, safety and powerfull
A sporty MPV for family
Comfartable excellent nice
Elegant and executive look
Nice to drive and does not feel underpower