With everything that the Honda CR-V has to offer now, it is easily one of the most popular Honda models but we might see a shift soon as Honda continues to push the Honda Odyssey.
The new Honda Odyssey will not only be coming with a new design but it will also be fitted with the new 10-speed automatic transmission. To make it work, Honda invested a total of $149million. Part of that will go to the transmission plant while the rest will go into the Tallapoosa Georgia plant, the plant what will be producing the 2018 Honda Odyssey.
While a 10-speed auto transmission might sound great, some consumers are worried about the reliability of the 10 speed auto transmission. There were reports of the nine-speed transmission not working as it should and the consumers are worried that the same will happen to the new transmission but that can only be decided when the vehicle arrives.
The current Honda Odyssey will be coming in with a 3.5-liter V6 engine that will be offering about 248hp. The engine will return about 19mpg in the city and 28mpg on the highway and has a top speed of 120mph.