When it comes to prices of Honda Odyssey car insurance rates, it is one of the more affordable minivans, with monthly premiums about $132 and yearly premiums around $1,584 — only $200 more than the national average. It costs $29,850 to buy a vehicle and the yearly insurance cost is 5.3%, which is a little more than the national average (4%).
- About the Honda Odyssey
- Honda Odyssey money-saving safety features
- How reliable is the Honda Odyssey?
- How does the Honda Odyssey compare to other car models?
About the Honda Odyssey
Currently in its fifth iteration, the Honda Odyssey has been around since 1994. Over 120,000 models were sold last year. When the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety first gave a Top Safety Pick+ certification to a minivan, it was the Honda Odyssey.
Honda Odyssey money-saving safety features
If your Honda Odyssey has the following safety features, you may be able to save money on your auto insurance.
- Anti-lock brakes
- Stability control
- Seatbelt pretensioners
- Anti theft system
How reliable is the Honda Odyssey?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced a recall of certain 2018 and 2019 automobiles. The power sliding door latch assembly may stick or fail to latch correctly, resulting in the doors opening while the vehicle is driving. As soon as Honda has determined which models are involved in the recall, it will send a notification to owners by the end of 2018. A repair company may replace the sliding door rear latch components at no cost to owners.
How does the Honda Odyssey compare to other car models?
The Honda Odyssey comes in at number 360 on our list of the most expensive vehicle models to insure.
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