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2013 Honda Odyssey Specs - Exterior and Interior Dimensions

Body 4dr Minivan, ext.
Wheelbase 118.1 in
Length 202.9 in
Width 79.2 in
Height 68.4 in
Curb Weight 4337 lb.
Fuel Capacity 21.0 gal.
Headroom, Row 1 39.7 in
Shoulder Room, Row 1 64.4 in
Hip Room, Row 1 58.2 in
Legroom, Row 1 40.9 in
Headroom, Row 2 39.5 in
Shoulder Room, Row 2 63.5 in
Hip Room, Row 2 66.1 in
Legroom, Row 2 40.9 in
Headroom, Row 3 38.0 in
Shoulder Room, Row 3 60.9 in
Hip Room, Row 3 48.4 in
Legroom, Row 3 42.4 in
Total Legroom 124.2 in (over 3 rows)
Cargo Volume, Minimum 38.4 ft3
Cargo Volume, Behind R2 93.1 ft3
Cargo Volume, Maximum 148.5 ft3

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TrueDelta Reviews the Seat Room and Comfort of the 2013 Honda Odyssey

2013 Honda Odyssey Seat Room and Comfort: Pros
YearComment
2014 I test a large crossover and think, "This third-row seat isn't bad." Then I drive a minivan and marvel at home much roomier it is inside than even the roomiest crossovers. This advantage increases the farther back in the vehicle you sit. Back in the third row, it's simply no contest. Among minivans, the Odyssey is the roomiest of the bunch. It's the only minivan with over 40 inches of legroom in each of its three rows. Total up the differences in the official specs, and the Toyota Sienna comes up nearly ten inches short (though the difference doesn't seem nearly so large in reality, maybe an inch or two). A Chrysler Town & Country? Over fourteen inches. A Toyota Highlander crossover has legroom specs similar to the Chrysler minivan, but its third row feels much more cramped. Moral of the story: don't trust the specs, sit in the cars yourself. In cabin breadth, the official specs have the Odyssey about equal to the Town & Country and a little narrower than the Sienna, but subjectively both the Honda and the Toyota feel broader and more open than the Chrysler. Then there's access to the rear rows. The feature most associated with minivans, their sliding side doors, are easier to open in tight parking spaces and provide a much larger opening. In terms of seat comfort, the Odyssey falls a little short of the Sienna, if only because it doesn't offer lounge chair-like legrests in the second row. Then again, for anyone over five feet tall to use these in the Toyota the second row seat must be slid back so far as to render the third row unusable. Either minivan has more comfortable second-row seats than most crossovers, including the Highlander, and third-row comfort is simply no contest. The Chrysler's second row seats aren't as comfortable, as they are more thinly constructed to enable them to fold beneath the floor. The Odyssey, Sienna, and Highlander can each be equipped to carry eight passengers (though the lounge seats in the Sienna eliminate one spot, and the three in the third row of the Highlander best have short legs). The Chrysler minivans can only seat seven. see full Honda Odyssey review
 

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2013 Honda Odyssey 4-door Minivan, ext. Specs - Powertrains and Tire Sizes

Trim LX EX EX-L Touring Touring Elite
Standard Engine 3.5L V6 w/DoD
OHC-4v
247 hp@5700
250 lb-ft@4800
3.5L V6 w/DoD
OHC-4v
247 hp@5700
250 lb-ft@4800
3.5L V6 w/DoD
OHC-4v
247 hp@5700
250 lb-ft@4800
3.5L V6 w/DoD
OHC-4v
247 hp@5700
250 lb-ft@4800
3.5L V6 w/DoD
OHC-4v
247 hp@5700
250 lb-ft@4800
Standard Transmission5-speed automatic5-speed automatic5-speed automatic6-speed automatic6-speed automatic
Standard DrivetrainFWDFWDFWDFWDFWD
Standard Tires235/65R17 tires235/65R17 tires235/65R17 tires235/60R18 tires235/60R18 tires

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What Our Members Are Saying about the Powertrain of the 2013 Honda Odyssey

2013 Honda Odyssey Powertrain: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2013 4dr Minivan, ext. 247-horsepower 3.5L V6 w/DoD
6-speed automatic FWD
Decent torque from the 3.5 litre drivetrain. For long trips use 91 octane for best fuel efficiency. We managed 500 miles on a tank of 91 octane on a trip from San Diego to San Jose! We're starting to get a vibration from the transmission though.....Similar feel to our previous Odyssey before the transmission had problems and we had to sell it. =( (We are now at 145,xxx miles so at least this one lasted longer than our previous. Our previous Odyssey's transmission started having issues at 90k miles, after the dealer updated the software....) see full Honda Odyssey review
 

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2013 Honda Odyssey MSRP and Invoice Prices

Body Trim Base Price Invoice Destination
4dr Minivan, ext. LX 28,675 26,230 830
4dr Minivan, ext. EX 31,825 29,103 830
4dr Minivan, ext. EX-L 35,225 32,204 830
4dr Minivan, ext. Touring 41,530 37,955 830
4dr Minivan, ext. Touring Elite 44,025 40,230 830

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