Kamis, 09 Maret 2017

Toyota Sienna vs Honda Odyssey - AutoNation

Toyota Sienna vs Honda Odyssey - AutoNation | When it comes to moving your family around, there's a reason the minivan has stood the test of time. The formula just works. With plenty of space and convenient access, small front-wheel drive vans offer economy utility and comfort. Plus, the industry has kept both technology and performance up-to-date, giving us the best minivans in history right now. We'll take a look at the two market leaders: the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna to help you make a decision that's right for you. Honda has never stopped innovating with the Odyssey. With four generations since 1994, the Odyssey has continually improved.

For 2016, this van can carry up to eight passengers in a completely configurable seating arrangement. Second row seats can move sideways to allow more space and the third row seats completely disappear to maximize cargo capacity. An optional vacuum system helps keep everything clean. The Toyota Sienna also seats up to eight passengers and offers a large dual moon roof to let air and light into the back rows, and all seats fold up to offer up to 150 cubic feet of cargo area. Like the Odyssey, the third row seats stow flat for maximum flexibility. A 3.5L V6 engine powers the Odyssey with 248hp. Honda's 6-speed automatic transmission powers the front wheels while a full suite of active safety features keeps the Odyssey under control. As a family-friendly bonus, the Odyssey offers 3,500lbs of towing capacity.

The Sienna is delivered with Toyota's 3.5L V6. It's rated at 266hp. A 6-speed automatic transmission is standard and can be ordered with front or all-wheel drive. The Sienna will tow up to 3500lbs like the Odyssey and offers Toyota's Star Safety suite of driver assistance features. The 2016 Honda Odyssey returns EPA estimated fuel economy up to 19mpg in the city and 28mpg on the highway. To maximize value, the Odyssey runs on regular unleaded fuel. For 2016, the Sienna is rated to deliver 18mpg in city driving, and 25mpg in highway cruising. And, like the Odyssey, the Sienna runs on regular unleaded fuel; no premium required. Honda offers a full technology package with the Odyssey, including an 8-inch high-resolution multimedia screen in the dash with navigation, SMS text messaging, and HondaLink. The HondaLink system supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Of course Odyssey also offers DVD rear-seat video display system to keep backseat passengers entertained on longer trips. The Sienna is available with a 7-inch touchscreen powering a JBL audio system. Navigation and Sirius XM satellite radio are available options. Toyota also offers the driver EV speech system, which broadcasts the driver's voice to passengers in all rows.

Finally, a 16.4inch dual-view rear seat entertainment system is also available and can be configured to display two separate images from different sources all at once. The selection of quality minivans has never been better. Both the Honda Odyssey and the Toyota Sienna offer family-friendly safety performance convenience and the peace of mind that comes with driving a van made by the world's leading auto makers. You'll have to drive them to experience the full story. To test drive the Honda Odyssey or the Toyota Sienna, visit your local AutoNation dealer today..

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