For some, minivans carry a notably unsexy stigma and are avoided at all cost; for others, they are the most useful automobiles on the planet and a home-on-wheels for the entire family. We're taking the latter attitude while we take a closer look at the useful touches engineered inside the best-selling minivan in America, the Honda Odyssey. For our tour, we've selected the 2015 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite as our example - a trim that's fully stocked with useful features.
Conversation Mirror with Sunglass Holder
What's going on back there? Just a glance up at the Conversation Mirror with Sunglasses Holder, strategically placed just above the rear-view mirror, will put you in touch with the sleeping baby, rambunctious passengers or your favorite double-daters traveling in the two rows behind you.
Flat Floor Space Between Front Seats
Just because you're a minivan owner, doesn't mean you don't do the occasional "one-bag" errand from time to time. This conveniently placed floor area between the driver and passenger seats provides the perfect space to place a small item like a grocery bag or a big bucket purse in a semi-secured area. Many minivans do not provide this space, so it's a nice advantage for Odyssey owners.
Flip-up Trash-Bag Ring
Honda's clever trash bag ring tucks under the removable center console (yes, it's removable!) for handy trash bag while traveling or just teaching the young riders in back how to "clean as they go."
This is the before photo...
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