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2010 Honda Odyssey classic Version

The Honda Odyssey Concept is projected to depart from predictable minivan styling with its low and wide stance. This concept introduces a sleek and characteristic exterior styling direction for the next generation of minivan and an enhanced interior cooperative space for people as well as payload.

The basic sizes of Honda Odyssey Concept are 202.8 inches long, 78.5 inches wide, and 68.3 inches high, with a Wheelbase sized at 118.1 inches. The Odyssey’s profile, which is designed in violent body-to-wheel proportions, is highlighted by a “lightning-bolt” beltline. The Odyssey Concept also presents an enhanced aerodynamics supported by the steeply raked front and rear roof pillars, unique side-glass profile, chamfered roof line, tapered rear cabin shape, and more sophisticated quality beam headlights, LED taillights and form-fit fog lights.

In increasing fuel efficiency, advanced power train technologies will also supply to this next-generation Odyssey. In addition, currently in its third generation, the Odyssey’s driving dynamics, 3rd-Row Magic Seat and efficient I-VTECTM V-6 engine with three-mode Variable Cylinder Management is available. The all-new 2011 Honda Odyssey is expected to achieve an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 19 city/28 highway miles-per gallon on select models (preliminary estimation determined by Honda).

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  1. jerry
    February 19, 2010 at 6:26 am

    About Upgradation
    I opted for this service of SAS. SAS is giving this service with a company name OptionTown. But I was only upgraded inbound flight but not for outbound service.
    According to my knowledge, SAS does not give you guarantee that you will be upgraded. The soon you opt for this the soon you will get your upgrade. This some times happen that SAS is not able to give upgrade on all the flight, In that case they return the money in five days for those flight in which the passenger is not upgraded. I think this is not bad at all. In this way everyone is getting something. No one has to loose here.

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