Cargo Space Behind Second Row Seats
Advanced Compatibility Engineering
If you’ve done your research, you know that for transporting Monroe families, the 2020 Honda Odyssey is a great option for minivan drivers. How does it compare to the new Toyota Sienna? If you’re wondering if the Sienna or Odyssey is best for getting your family to all the things to do in the Warwick area, take a look at them side-by-side.
Of course, price is an important factor when deciding whether the Sienna or Odyssey is best for getting your family around Monroe with all you need. Taking a look at the chart above, you’ll see the base-level Odyssey presents potential car-buyers with the more affordable option while also boasting some more impressive specs. You’ll also notice both vans are available in five trim levels. The prices across trim levels are as follows for the Honda Odyssey:
The price points across the Toyota Sienna configurations are:
Minivans are all about having enough room for your passengers to ride safely in comfort, while still having enough room for groceries, sports gear, and everything else you need for everyday life in Goshen. The 2020 Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna are very similar in interior volume, with 164 cubic feet of passenger volume with available seating for eight passengers found in both models. However, while the minivans have the same passenger volume, the Honda Odyssey features more cargo space behind the second row of seats:
2020 Odyssey vs. Sienna: Safety Features What is Advanced Compatibility Engineering? Sometimes it’s better known as ACE Body Structure, and is a standard feature only found in Honda models. In a collision, the ACE Body Structure distributes the impact’s energy evenly and away from where the passengers are located. This is done through a combination of multiple grades of steel that crumple or stay rigid when they should. In addition to the ACE Body Structure, the Honda Odyssey also includes the Honda Sensing® Suite driving assist system for added protection. Honda Sensing® features are as follows:
The Sienna offers a similar line-up of safety features with Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)
One main difference between the safety offerings is that you’ll have to pay extra to upgrade to the available Blind Spot Monitor on the Sienna. On the Odyssey, it’s standard. Additionally, the Odyssey has a multi-angle rearview camera with guidelines, while the Toyota Sienna has a bird’s eye view camera.
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*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $1,120.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.