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Displaying 1 to 19 of 19 products Result Pages:1 The Honda Odyssey is the name of a long-running minivan model made by Honda. It is well known for being an extremely safe passenger transportation vehicle. No matter what style and year of Odyssey you drive, you can find a Honda Odyssey service manual to help keep your van as safe as possible!
Service manuals are very easy to use, and will give you the exact information you need to take care of any routine maintenance! There are two different styles of Odyssey vans that depend on where you purchased your vehicle.
While the Odyssey is manufactured in North America and Japan, they are designed for different markets and are not the exact same van. Overall, North American Odysseys are larger and more powerful, while Japanese Odysseys are a little smaller and newer models get excellent fuel economy.
Both Odysseys were identical during the first generation, opting to differentiate after It shared the same platform as their popular sedan, the Honda Accord. Depending on which trim selected, Odysseys were capable of handling 6 or 7 passengers and used a 4 speed automatic transmission. After , the North American and Japanese market split, leading to two different lines of Honda Odyssey minivans. North American Odysseys became larger in the second generation, and were equipped with an engine with much more power.
This generation of Odysseys had issues with both transmission options, leading to improvements made in the third generation. During this time, the NA Odyssey improved fuel efficiency at the expense of acceleration capability. Since then, it has received several technology features and is one of the safest vehicles in the world.
In comparison, the Japanese Odyssey also became larger in its second generation, but not as much as the North American version. In , the Japanese Odyssey was completely redesigned, and slimmed down to a much larger size, fitting the profile of a car more than a minivan.
This third, redesigned generation of Japanese Odysseys came equipped with the same engine used in Honda Accord and CR-V models, which was a significant upgrade over the previous engine. The newest Japanese Odysseys have become externally sleeker, and feature a K24W engine that allows it to achieve astounding fuel economy levels. If you drive either one of these styles of Odysseys, then you need a Honda Odyssey repair manual!
The Odyssey is an excellent van that sets the standard when it comes to passenger transportation. You can take care of simple repairs yourself just by using a guide! Odysseys are naturally very safe, but something will still need a fix now and then.
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