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The 2013 Honda Odyssey minivan features subtle content changes, an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick rating, and room for up to eight passengers in its three rows of seating. The Odyssey continues to come with Honda ’s tried-and-true 3.5-liter V-6 as its only engine, which makes 248 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque in the minivan. The Odyssey is available with either a five or six-speed automatic. The five-speed is good for an EPA-rated 18/27 mpg city/highway, while the six-speed gets 19/28 mpg.

The last time we gathered the Odyssey up against its competitive set, the 2011 Odyssey EX-L came in second place, beating the Dodge Grand Caravan SXT, but losing out to the Toyota Sienna SE. We appreciated the Odyssey’s rich interior treatment, which we said was, “Just [in] a different league,” and “could wear an Acura logo on the steering wheel,” but we didn’t care for the ‘lightning bolt’ swoop on the Odyssey’s flanks, nor its five-speed automatic transmission, which left much to be desired in the ever-important fuel economy department. Honda listened, and the six-speed automatic is now available.

For 2013 Honda a rearview camera is now standard equipment on all Odyssey trims. The base Odyssey LX also now shares its center stack design with the higher-level Odyssey EX. The new center stack includes an 8-inch color screen, which works with the audio and Bluetooth systems, as well as the back-up camera.

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The 2013 Honda Odyssey minivan features subtle content changes, an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick rating, and room for up to eight passengers in its three rows of seating. The Odyssey continues to come with Honda ’s tried-and-true 3.5-liter V-6 as its only engine, which makes 248 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque in the minivan. The Odyssey is available with either a five or six-speed automatic. The five-speed is good for an EPA-rated 18/27 mpg city/highway, while the six-speed gets 19/28 mpg.

The last time we gathered the Odyssey up against its competitive set, the 2011 Odyssey EX-L came in second place, beating the Dodge Grand Caravan SXT, but losing out to the Toyota Sienna SE. We appreciated the Odyssey’s rich interior treatment, which we said was, “Just [in] a different league,” and “could wear an Acura logo on the steering wheel,” but we didn’t care for the ‘lightning bolt’ swoop on the Odyssey’s flanks, nor its five-speed automatic transmission, which left much to be desired in the ever-important fuel economy department. Honda listened, and the six-speed automatic is now available.

For 2013 Honda a rearview camera is now standard equipment on all Odyssey trims. The base Odyssey LX also now shares its center stack design with the higher-level Odyssey EX. The new center stack includes an 8-inch color screen, which works with the audio and Bluetooth systems, as well as the back-up camera.

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My last “real” job in the field I was formally trained for was working on the advanced engineering of the NS-generation (1996) Chrysler minivan, and as such I retain a high level of interest in innovation in this unloved and shrinking segment. Following the introduction of Chrysler’s Pacifica , you might think there’s not much remaining “white space” for innovation, but indeed Honda has found some .

On the standard seven-seater Odyssey , the middle row seat can be configured for “wide mode” with the two seats placed far apart to ease loading and buckling a kid into a child seat, or they can be easily slid inboard to facilitate egress to the third-row seat. They can meet in the middle for marginal access from either side (and “buddy mode” seating), or they can gather on one side of the car or the other, opening up a much wider entryway to the rear. If you’re sensing déjà vu, the 2014 Odyssey seats could be unlatched at the rear, slid inboard, and relatched. The new mechanism to slide them is far easier to operate, even by kid-sized hands.

There are a few BIG downsides, though. Obviously these seats don’t disappear into the floor (as the third row still does) when it comes time to lug the four-by-eight sheets, but neither do their seat backs fold down flat to allow such sheet goods or other bulky items to ride on top of them. If you do need all the space, phone a friend to help, as they weigh 69 pounds each when it comes time to stow them in the garage.