2009 Honda Odyssey Values

Select a 2009 Honda Odyssey trim level

2009 model year changes

The Odyssey remains largely unchanged for 2009. Some minor, fine-tuning alterations in the upper level EX-L and Touring editions include a small boost in torque and horsepower with the i-VTEC engine and the EX-L gets a standard power liftgate.

Competitive comparison

Exterior grace and style with interior comfort and versatility; powerful V6 engine stays environmentally friendly with ULEV-2 (Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle).

Special features for 2009

With a refined powertrain, ample passenger capacity, folding third-row seat, and myriads of beverage holders, the 2009 Honda Odyssey meets all of the American minivan driver benchmarks. To stand out from the crowd, Honda adds its i-VTEC technology, which improves power and efficiency, as well as unsurpassed safety and reliability, loads of standard features and a powerful yet smooth ride to make it an excellent value.
The 2009 Honda Odyssey is a four-door, eight-passenger minivan with a solid engine and a host of standard safety features. The Odyssey is powered by a 3.5L V6 which is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. The EX-L and Touring trims have the added benefit of Honda's variable cylinder management system (VCM), which allows the engine to use just three, four or all six cylinders to increase fuel efficiency. The Honda Odyssey has a third-row dubbed the Magic Seat that expands capacity to fit eight passengers or when not in use it folds into the floor. Honda Odyssey standard safety features include side-impact and curtain airbags, four-wheel disc ABS, traction control and an electronic stability system that come standard in all models. Optional amenities include leather trim, dual-zone climate control, satellite radio and a navigation system. The EX-L trim adds a power tailgate for 2009 and the optional navigation now features Bluetooth. The 2009 Honda Odyssey achieves 16 mpg city and 23 mpg highway or 17 and 25 with the VCM system.