2006 Honda Odyssey VTEC

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2006 Honda Odyssey VTEC
2006 Honda Odyssey EX-L

Engine Specifications:
  • 3.5 Liter i-VTEC V6 Engine, FWD
  • Power: 244 BHP @5750 RPM
  • Torque: 240 lb-ft @4500 RPM
  • 24 Valves, SOHC
  • 0-100 kmph: 8.2 seconds
  • Variable Cylinder Management (shuts off 3 cylinders when cruising)
Suspension, wheels & tires:
  • Front: Fully independent, MacPherson Struts, coil springs and anti-roll bar
  • Rear: Fully independent, Double-Wishbone multilink, coil springs and anti-roll bar
  • 16" x 7" OEM Alloy wheels
  • 235/65 R16 Michelin Energy LX4 touring tires
  • Motorized moonroof
  • Olive Leather interior
  • Heated front seats
  • 6-CD changer with 6 speakers
  • Motorized sliding doors
  • Dual zone air conditioning
  • 8 seats
  • Slate Green Metallic
  • Heated wing mirrors
  • Roof rails

"Star quality continues to shine through every aspect of this personable, polished, and capable transporter. Incredible driving pleasure." - Motor Trend

"Best Buy benchmark for its near-perfect blend of power, road manners, room, and versatility." - Consumer Guide Automotive

"Several laps around a race track showed the Odyssey to be stable at high speeds. And we were surprised how much we could chuck it into corners. We found we could drive hard enough into a sharp corner to feel the tires slip without any drama. We could not feel much body roll (lean) in corners, and an Odyssey lapping in front of us looked remarkably stable for a tall vehicle." -

Some interesting Odyssey videos

SCCA autocross:

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Created: 16th May 2010 11:06
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sAP Not sure why. Probably because the Odyssey has only 1 engine across all its variants -- a 3.5 L (3500 cc) V6 -- which is efficient but still fuel thirsty by Indian standards (~20 miles per gallon). Compare that with a Toyota Sienna, that have smaller engines in their lower trim versions -- which could be more popular in countries like India. 25th October 2010
prateekm Why don't we get such cars in India? 20th August 2010
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