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Honda Odyssey price drop

Following the Japan-Australia Free Trade Agreement, Honda Australia has cut up to $1580 from the price of a new Honda Odyssey.

HONDA AUSTRALIA has followed Subaru, Mazda and Toyota and has dropped the price on the 2014 Honda Odyssey to reflect the recent Free Trade Agreement between Australia and Japan, effective 1 February 2015.

“Honda Australia is committed to providing our customers with the very best value for money,” said Honda Australia Director, Stephen Collins. “This is why we will reposition the price of our Honda Odyssey range in-line with the Free Trade Agreement between Australia and Japan.”

The Honda Odyssey ended 2014 as number one in its segment for both private and total market sales; 2552 units which is a 154% increase in sales based on 2013 results.

The fifth-generation Odyssey is available with either seven (VTi-L) or eight (VTi) seats. Both variants feature Honda’s ECON Mode and Eco Assist, Vehicle Stability Assist, Tyre Deflation Warning System, six airbags (including third row), Idle stop, three-mode reversing camera, Daytime Running Lights, auto on/off headlights and cruise control with steering wheel mounted buttons.

Honda Odyssey pricing :
VTi CVT $37,610 (+ORC) – $1,380 less
VTi-L CVT $46,040 (+ORC) – $1,580 less

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