09 Oct 2015 Honda Odyssey vs Toyota Sienna
No, you haven’t gotten old and crotchety just because it’s time in your life for a minivan, as long as it’s the 2015 Honda Odyssey. This award-winning family hauler has been transporting kids to soccer games and piano lessons all over the United States for decades, and that’s because it’s a powerful performer with exceptional reliability.
Let’s see how the 2015 Honda Odyssey stacks up against the Toyota Sienna.
2015 Honda Odyssey’s Fuel Efficiency
You won’t have to dip into the vacation or college funds for gas money when you’re driving a 2015 Honda Odyssey, which gets impressive mileage for such a cool minivan. The Odyssey achieves an EPA-estimated 19 city/28 highway mpg*, from a huge 21-gallon fuel tank. You might have to reach into your piggy bank in the Toyota Sienna, however, because fuel economy isn’t as strong with an estimated 18 city/25 highway mpg from a 20-gallon tank.
2015 Honda Odyssey’s Passenger Comfort
Your kids will be comfortable with a generous 40.9 inches of front legroom and the same specs for 2nd-row legroom, with the tres-important 3rd row providing plenty of legroom with 42.4 inches. You’ll have to turn up the music to drown out the complaints in the Sienna, however, with front legroom at 40.5 inches, 2nd row legroom at a tight 37.6 inches and 3rd row legroom a super cramped 36.3 inches. Even if we’re only talking 3rd-row comparison here, they’ll enjoy 6 inches more legroom in the 2015 Honda Odyssey.
Standard Features in the 2015 Honda Odyssey
You’ll love the convenience of programmable power door and tailgate locks, a power driver’s and power passenger seat, plus a 7-speaker audio system with Pandora radio. In the base Sienna, those features aren’t even available as options.
So if you want to keep your brood safe in a mechanical masterpiece like the 2015 Honda Odyssey, test drive one now at Honda of Adventura.
*Based on 2015 EPA mileage/highway estimates and driving range ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe/MPG and driving range will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery age/condition, and other factors.