To keep out bright light or peering paparazzi, the second- and third-row windows haveintegrated sunshades(Touring models).The third row has room or three adult passengers– and three beverage holders. A old-down centerarmrest makes it cozier or two(Touring models).On vans equipped with a rear entertainment system, there’s a 115-volt power outlet and A/V inputs.In this van, taking the back seat is a pleasure.Rear passengers don’t ask or much.Just make them super comortable, andgive them an easy way in and out. To that end, we located the power slidingdoor switch right where a second-rowsitter would expect to nd it.The position o the second-row walk-in leversmakes getting to the third row simple, whilerecline levers oer a quick way to ease back.And there’s one more convenience: a trash-bagring, sized to use shopping bags.The second row eatures a center seat that can accomplish a multitude o tasks.It’s now wide enough or a child seat, and can slide orward, putting the childseat within easy reach o a ront passenger. Fold down the seatback, and itbecomes a ood or beverage tray. And the two second-row outboard seats canslide let or right. The resulting “wide mode” creates either more comort orpassengers, or more room or two additional child seats in the second row.
Odyssey Touring Elite shown in Gray Leather.
The driver and ront passenger get the royal treatment, too. Theall-new Odyssey eatures more sot-touch suraces or a moresophisticated eel. The driver settles into a seat with 10-way poweradjustment, including power lumbar support(EX and above), while the passenger enjoys 4-way power adjustment – and the heatedseats get up to a comortable temperature quickly(EX-L and above).