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2005 Honda Odyssey

2005 Honda Odyssey Review

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Introduction
Ever since it debuted the second-generation Odyssey in 1999, Honda's been setting the bar for minivan quality and performance. Last year, the company completely overhauled its family hauler, and this year doesn't see much change to the new platform. That's not a bad thing, however, as the 2005 edition brought a more powerful 3.5-liter/255-horse V-6, power side windows, and a host of technical innovations for the segment, such as available Michelin PAX run-flat tires, engine cylinder deactivation, and a noise-canceling audio system. The only major feature the Odyssey lacks compared with some of its competitors is all-wheel drive. Though it does feature front-wheel drive with standard traction control and electronic stability control.

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