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Honda isn't giving up on the family-oriented minivan. The interior of the new Odyssey has gotten a complete makeover that renders the vehicle's cabin roomier and brighter. The Odyssey now comes with an optional rear-seat DVD system with a 16.2-in. (41 cm) screen with split-screen capability, in case the rear-seat passengers can't agree on what to watch and a navigation system that gives updates on traffic conditions around the vehicle. The exterior has also been redesigned, giving the car a sleeker, more aerodynamic look. The Odyssey is powered by a V6 engine and still comes with sliding doors. Starting price is $29,000.
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