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2020 4th Generation Honda Odyssey Facelift

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Hypersonic

Another facelift, for a 6 year old model...

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The sensor activated sliding door look interesting, and will be good if it work as intended.

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Turbocharged
35 minutes ago, Carbon82 said:

Another facelift, for a 6 year old model...

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The sensor activated sliding door look interesting, and will be good if it work as intended.

Looking more and more slick. I likey!

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Supersonic

sensor activated sliding door?  good luck....

hope it wont be like the stupid kick sensor for opening boot

sometimes kick all kinds of pattern also cannot open

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Looks nice especially the 2 tone interior...

Its a good time.  This current model has around for too long...

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My only wish is that honda will split the 3rd row bench to let it fold flat onto the floor board in a 60/40 manner, like the Estima.

The only problem with the MPV is that the 3rd row seat can only allow 60/40 fold-down of the backrest onto the seat, but this way, the whole seat is still not folded/hidden flat onto the floorboard.

if wanna fold down flat, it has to fold together as a whole bench, cannot do 60/40 fold...

So if let's say get a 8 seater, but got 6 pax and lots of luggage, cannot seat 2-3-1, and fold down one side of the seat flat onto the floorboard to put luggage on one side of 3rd row (with one pax sitting on the other side).

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Gear lever is a joke. Should switch to mercs or citroen style. 

That tombstone at the centre console look cheapo with buttons. 

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Supersonic
4 hours ago, Hamburger said:

Gear lever is a joke. Should switch to mercs or citroen style. 

That tombstone at the centre console look cheapo with buttons. 

Yah new gear lever should be button or knob turn, make the dashboard look more neat. 
 

 

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On 9/1/2020 at 2:50 PM, Carbon82 said:

Another facelift, for a 6 year old model...

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The sensor activated sliding door look interesting, and will be good if it work as intended.

Wonder if we will see many Odyssey owners doing Tai Chi in the carpark, trying to get the sliding door open...

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Supersonic
On 9/2/2020 at 12:03 AM, Thaiyotakamli said:

Like no change

 

KAH motor better bring in kia sedona lol

C&C says next year first quarter should be here...

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Following the footsteps of the Toyota preview/estima. That thing has been around since 2006.

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On 9/3/2020 at 1:50 PM, iamahbee said:

Wonder if we will see many Odyssey owners doing Tai Chi in the carpark, trying to get the sliding door open...

And when Tai Chi cannot achieve the desired result, Yong Chun next,

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to smash the rear window... :D:D

 

On 9/1/2020 at 3:16 PM, kobayashiGT said:

Looking more and more slick. I likey!

You are one step closer to become the other Jack, that guy who owned a Alphard... :D

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8 hours ago, Carbon82 said:

And when Tai Chi cannot achieve the desired result, Yong Chun next,

 

What if the car is parked at a place that has a lot of people movement ? The door will be busy with openning and closing ? 

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On 9/3/2020 at 2:45 PM, Atrecord said:

C&C says next year first quarter should be here...

The 9 seater is the ultimate people mover, currently only Maxxus has a 9 seater using sliding doors. But from the video, the last row bench legroom on the Kia Carnival is for children with no legs. 😂

After 5 years I still love my 8 seater Odyssey. But good to keep a lookout for the next upcoming replacement.

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1 hour ago, Alpha78 said:

The 9 seater is the ultimate people mover, currently only Maxxus has a 9 seater using sliding doors. But from the video, the last row bench legroom on the Kia Carnival is for children with no legs. 😂

After 5 years I still love my 8 seater Odyssey. But good to keep a lookout for the next upcoming replacement.

actually, all the 4-row cars (stavic, maxus, or starex, or this) are likely to have little of no leg room, cos the cars themselves aren't very much longer than a 3-row car. 

Is like if i have a pot of rice that is normally enough to feed my family of 3. Suddenly one day a person turns up unannounced and i ask him to stat for dinner... confirmed not enough to fill everybody's stomach completely... But at least all 4 won't starve lor...

So the 3-row option is going to be a luxury, while the 4-row option is really stretching it...

One thing about 9-seater, is normal class 3 allowed to drive? I've come across some places that say class 3 allows to drive car that can carry max addditional 7 pax (apart from driver)...

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