The 2010 Honda Odyssey comes in four basic trims: the base LX, the mid-range EX and the luxury Touring trim.
The Odyssey comes equipped with a 3.5L V6 VTEC engine that makes 244 horsepower and 240 foot-pounds of torque. For the EX-L and Touring, the same engine is standard, but also includes Variable Cylinder Management, which shuts down half of its cylinders when coasting or cruising at a low speeds. The V6 engine with VCM is slightly more powerful, rated at 244 horsepower and 245 foot-pounds of torque. All are mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. The front suspension uses MacPherson Struts and the rear suspension is a multi-link double wishbone.
All trims include many standard safety features, including stability control, which Honda calls Vehicle Stability Assist, 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with electronic brake distribution and brake assist, dual driver's and front passenger front airbags; front side airbags with passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS); 3-row side-curtain airbags with a rollover sensors; active front seat head restraints and a pedestrian injury mitigation design in the front of the vehicle.
Standard features on the base LX include front and rear air conditioning, keyless entry, a tilt and telescopic steering column, cruise control, power windows and doors, AM/FM/CD stereo system with four speakers and auxiliary audio input jack.
The EX adds as standard, 3-zone automatic climate control, heated mirrors, an 8-way power driver's seat with lumbar support, power sliding doors, 6-CD changer with six speakers, security system, alloy wheels, roof rails and fog lights. The EX also adds a second-row "Plus-One" removable seat to increase the passenger capacity to eight. The third row utilizes a "magic seat" that disappears into the floor with one easy motion. A rear-seat DVD entertainment system with a 9-inch screen is available on the EX. Optional leather seating includes heated front seats, a power liftgate and a power moonroof.
The Touring trim features a premium audio system with 7-speakers and subwoofer, a programmable multi-information display with trip computer, a 2-position memory power driver's seat, power adjustable pedals, mirror memory, premium alloy wheels, corner and backup sensors, automatic headlights, navigation system with voice recognition, a rearview camera and Bluetooth communications system.
Redesigned in 2005, the Odyssey soldiers on for 2010, largely unchanged, though there are some very minor interior and exterior styling changes. New colors for 2010 include Alabaster Silver, Crystal Black Pearl and Polished Metal Metallic.