Honda Odyssey Lights

    About Honda Odyssey Lighting

    The automaker Honda manufactured the Honda Odyssey since 1994; it is a minivan which has four generations in North America and five generations in Japan. At its debut, this vehicle won two awards: the Japan Car of the Year Award (Special Category) and the RJC New Car of the Year Award. When the Odyssey came out with the model of the second generation, this vehicle became the favorite pick among minivans. Features of that generation were the spacious cabin and the third-row seat which were possible to fold into the floor. Nowadays, the Honda Odyssey is the one of the top minivans.

    All motorists know that the most common problem with their vehicles is a lighting problem. So, if you got a problem with the light in your Honda Odyssey, contact CARiD immediately! On our website we have a full assortment of all lighting parts for this vehicle. We will deliver all needed parts for you as soon as it possible right after you made an order. Surely, we guarantee the high quality of lighting parts which will serve you for a long time. We cooperate with the best automotive manufacturers, such as Lumen, TYC, Replace, Eagle etc. Light up your Honda Odyssey with CARiD’s help!

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    2012 Honda Odyssey
    2012 Honda Odyssey

    Designed to be eco-friendly and highly fashionable, the 2012 Honda Odyssey will hit the market this fall. Available in Base, EX, EX-L, LX, Touring, Touring Elite, and NAV trim levels, Honda doesn't offer its customers independent options, but gives each Odyssey version a set of features reflecting the desires of most buyers. The new vehicle comes with a number of standard options, such as cruise control, air conditioning, tinted rear privacy glass, and keyless remote entry to name a few. The 2012 Honda Odyssey also features a newly redesigned dashboard that has a shelf to store the variety of media devices.

    2012 Honda Odyssey will have the same engine as the 2011 version. The vehicle is equipped with 3.5-liter V6 engine, that is capable of generating 244 horsepower and 250 lb-ft. of torque, and upgraded five-speed automatic transmission. The 2012 Odyssey will remain front-wheel drive. The new vehicle will utilize ACET technology, the frame structure which absorbs the upper part of the collision energy during a head-on collision.

    There is enough space inside the 2012 Honda Odyssey that you can sit comfortably up to eight passengers depending on the vehicle's version. You are able to remove some seats if you want more space, as well as create a flat load floor.