Honda Odyssey

Honda Odyssey News in Malaysia

  • From China to Japan: Honda Odyssey gets revived for Japan, Q4 2023 launch

    After the closure of Honda’s Sayama plant in Japan, several Honda models including the popular Honda Odyssey were discontinued. Now, in a surprising turn of events, Honda has opened the order books for an updated Honda Odyssey. It is set to go on sale in Japan within Q4 2023. Also Read: Japan could import made-in-China Honda Odyssey as Sayama plant is closed Compared to the model it replaces, this new Odyssey gets a dose of blacked-out bits, including the front grille, side mirrors, and tail lig


    Apr 7, 2023

  • From new to used cars, these 9 cars were discontinued in Malaysia in 2022

    In what seems like a blink of an eye, another year has passed and 2022 is now behind us. While we took a look at what SUVs and MPVs that will be coming soon (sedan to follow next), let’s take a look and see which cars were axed last year. Compared to 2021, last year witnessed fewer cars that were discontinued. Regardless, the departure of some of these models leave a void that may or may not be filled in the near future. BMW X2 The F39 BMW X2 was launched in Malaysia back in 2018 as an imported


    Jan 9, 2023

  • Japan could import made-in-China Honda Odyssey as Sayama plant is closed

    The Honda Odyssey as we know it may be discontinued in Japan since late-2022, but if rumours from Japan are true, we could see the revival of Honda’s long-serving people mover. In a rather surprising turn of events, a report from BestCarWeb mentioned that Honda could be importing the Odyssey from China, as China currently manufactures the Odyssey for its home market. Sources within Honda Japan mentioned, "Regarding the news about the Odyssey, we will refrain from answering, but we will continue


    Jan 9, 2023

  • New 2022 Honda Odyssey launched in Malaysia, priced from RM 275,311

    Updated Honda Odyssey now in Malaysia, 17 months after debut Only 1 variants on offer, priced from RM 275,311 Imported (CBU) from Japan Honda Malaysia today announced the introduction of the 7-seater Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV), the new 2022 Honda Odyssey, to the Malaysian market. Priced from RM 275,311.00, the New Odyssey is a Completely Built Up (CBU) model from Japan. The Odyssey was first introduced globally in 1994 and made its way to the Malaysian market in 2003 where it quickly became ren


    Feb 28, 2022

  • These 12 cars were discontinued in Malaysia in 2021 – Jazz, Outlander, Myvi MT, and more

    Malaysians said goodbye to these 12 models in 2021 Some were discontinued due to poor sales, others due to age Which will you miss fondly? Once again, the big blue planet that we currently reside on has made its full orbit around the sun and the year 2020 v2.0 2021 ends. While some might remain optimistic that 2022 might be better with a huge array of upcoming models, we’d like to dedicate this article to the cars that won’t make it into the new year. Some of these models were revered by their o

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    Jan 1, 2022

  • Scoop: Honda Odyssey replacement to be launched in Japan in 2022, not goodbye after all?

    Back in June, Honda announced that its flagship MPV, the Honda Odyssey will be discontinued in Japan in December 2021. This marks the end of the once popular and revolutionary minivan and many Honda dealers in Japan weren’t happy with this news. The news of the Odyssey's discontinuation was due to the closure of Honda's ageing palnt in Sayama. The plant which was operational since 1964 also produced the Legend and the Clarity. Also read: Honda Legend's Sensing Elite - world's first road legal L3

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    Aug 24, 2021

  • Honda Odyssey sold out in Malaysia; facelift coming soon?

    About three years since its launch, Honda Malaysia confirms the pre-facelift Honda Odyssey has been sold out here. Just to recap, the pre-facelift (or rather, the first facelift) Honda Odyssey arrived in Malaysia as a fully-imported model in 2018 with one variant available – the 2.4L EXV, priced at RM 254,800 during launch. It’s powered by a 2.4-litre naturally aspirated DOHC i-VTEC engine that makes 175 PS and 225 Nm of torque, mated to a CVT that drives the front wheels. It gets the Honda Sens


    Jul 21, 2021

  • The cars Malaysians are expecting in the second half of 2021 – Iriz Active, City Hatchback and more!

    We’re halfway through 2021 and though it felt like time has been moving quickly to some, others might think that the first half of the year felt like the entirety of 2020 (albeit worse, perhaps?). Despite the persistent lockdowns, the first half of 2021 did at least gave a us a few model launches, from the Toyota Corolla Cross to the all-new Isuzu D-Max. Still, we have 6 more months to go before 2020 2.0 2021 ends. Without further ado, here are some of the cars we think could be launched in the

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    Jun 26, 2021

  • Honda confirms this 2021 Honda Odyssey facelift will be last one to be made in Japan

    In what seems like a very short lifespan, Honda confirms that the facelifted Honda Odyssey will be discontinued in Japan in December 2021, with sales ending as soon as the stock runs out of production. This follows news that Honda will be closing their aging Sayama plant by then, which assembles the Odyssey alongside the Legend and Clarity sedans as well. Also read: Honda Legend's Sensing Elite - world's first road legal L3 autonomous driving car However, this doesn't mean that it's a total end,


    Jun 15, 2021

  • Indonesia welcomes 2021 Honda Odyssey facelift, coming to Malaysia this year

    Grabbing headlines due to its Star Wars-esque gesture-controlled doors, the 2021 Honda Odyssey facelift is now in Indonesia, launched via an online event yesterday. One variant only, no hybrid yet... Much like Malaysia's current arrangement, the archipelago only gets one variant of the multi-purpose vehicle (MPV). Named just ‘2.4’, the Indonesian-specs Odyssey is powered by a 2.4-litre, naturally-aspirated engine paired to a CVT. Output is rated at 173 PS and 225 Nm. Tough but not obnoxious exte


    Feb 19, 2021

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