Honda Adds Sport Trim for 2023 Odyssey

The Honda Odyssey is getting a new Sport trim for 2023, the automaker announced.

Odyssey’s first-ever Sport trim offers unique styling inside and out for a sportier, more emotional appearance, the company said.

“The new Odyssey Sport will help Odyssey continue to set the standard for minivans in family-friendly features, interior space and sporty driving performance,” said Mike Kistemaker, assistant vice president, Honda national sales, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. “Odyssey Sport brings more expressive styling to a product our customers have already made America’s retail best-selling minivan since 2010.”

Slotting between Odyssey EX-L and Touring, the new Odyssey Sport features darkened taillights, Berlina Black 19-inch wheels and abundance of gloss black exterior trim. The grille, headlight trim, fog light surrounds, door mirrors, B-pillar, C-pillar and taillight trim all feature a gloss-black finish.

Inside, black leather with sporty red contrast stitching covers the steering wheel and first and second row outboard seats. The roof pillars and headliner are also black, and the interior glows red at night with accent lighting on the dash, in the driver and passenger footwells, and in the front door handles and door pockets.

Odyssey Sport is available in Platinum White Pearl, Crystal Black Pearl and Radiant Red Metallic exterior colors. Moreover, Sonic Gray Pearl is available for the first time on Odyssey, including the Sport, Touring and Elite grades.

The new Sport trim shares the feature content of Odyssey EX-L, which includes a one-touch power moonroof with tilt feature, power tailgate with programmable height and an 8-way power adjustable front passenger seat. All 2023 Odysseys feature a proven 280-hp V6 engine, smooth-shifting 10-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and the full suite of Honda Sensing safety and driver-assistive features, including adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow and pedestrian emergency braking.

A.J. Hecht

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