2002 Honda Odyssey is a minivan from Honda that come with a new 3.5-liter V-6 engine good for 240 hp and 242 lb-ft of torque making it the strongest minivan available. It’s a fun car for your family with incredibly spacious room. The EX-L trim level is higher in price that could seats seven and come with standard leather seats. The seats are perfectly excellent and there are lots of head- and leg-room offered.
2002 Honda Odyssey Features
The base LX costs at $24,300 while the EX-L costs $28,300 that also feature standard equipments including power sliding side doors, traction control, and heated seats. Optional features include the most striking DVD entertainment system with a 7-inch flip-down LCD display that cost $1,500. 2002 Honda Odyssey comes with earphones for the back seats and you can still focus on the driving while the kids can listen silently at the back. These technological features are best company during the long trip.
The Odyssey interior offer generous cargo capacity. The third row of seats can be folded flat into the floor allowing more space for stuffs that are called the magic seat. This seat provides a huge new capacity of cargo space similar to that on the larger MPVs. The third row offers plenty of cargo room for the Odyssey due to the smart use of space. The minivan has a recessed storage at the foot of the back that offers more capacity for luggage and groceries. It is also possible for you to slide under items in the additional space between floor and seat.
2002 Honda Odyssey History
Based on the Accord body when debuted in 1995, the first Odyssey came late in the minivan craze. The car is very popular that customer should wait in order to buy the car. The Odyssey got its own platform in 1999, and there are several significant new features in the 2002 Honda Odyssey including side airbags, a five-speed automatic transmission, and rear disc brakes. There is more production capacity for the model to fulfill the huge amount of customer demand. In 1999, Honda built a new plant in Canada and another one in late 2001 in Alabama.
The Odyssey is less expensive, reliable, has well-built interior design and excellent comfort compared to other minivans. 2002 Honda Odyssey costs at $30,000 for the well-equipped EX-L with DVD and $34,000 for the top Caravan equipped with a VCD player and $38,400 for the Chrysler Town And Country with DVD Player.