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News Honda Introduces new Sport Trim for the Odyssey

Honda Introduces new Sport Trim for the Odyssey

The Honda Odyssey, the US’ best-selling minivan, gets a sporty version


  • The trim will include gloss black trim and 19-inch wheels.

  • It will slot between the EX-L and Touring trims in the US.


We’ve long said that the Honda Odyssey is the sportiest and better-driving minivan in the segment. To help drive this point home, Honda’s now introduced a new Sport trim that will finally complement the family mover’s talents.

2023 Honda Odyssey Sport | Photo: Honda

The new Sport trim will immediately be recognizable thanks to a gloss black grille and various exterior accents and black 19-inch alloy wheels. Onboard, the Odyssey Sport will feature black leather with red contrast stitching, black roof pillars and headliner, and more.

The Odyssey Sport will be available in Platinum White Pearl, Crystal Black Pearl, and Radiant Red Metallic exterior colors, and for the first time, in Sonic Gray Pearl.

“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.”

Priced from $41,210 in the US, the Odyssey Sport will slot between the EX-L and Touring trims and will arrive in dealerships on May 23rd.

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