DAYTON, Ohio, August 25, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Matt Castrucci Honda is introducing Dayton area families to the 2019 Honda Odyssey, a spacious minivan that can seat up to eight passengers. The 2019 Odyssey includes many passenger-friendly features that will appeal to drivers with a family-oriented lifestyle. This minivan can be found in five trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and Elite.
The 2019 Honda Odyssey protects its passengers with a variety of standard safety features. Dual front side-mounted airbags, emergency braking assistance, passenger airbag occupant sensing deactivation, rear door child safety locks, stability control and an engine immobilizer are all included in every 2019 Odyssey model. Driver aids such as forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert and lane departure warning are available as well.
Storage space is plentiful inside the 2019 Odyssey's cabin. Drivers can fold this minivan's second and third rows down for a maximum cargo capacity of 155.8 cubic feet or leave the seats in place for a standard cargo capacity of 38.6 cubic feet. Overall, this minivan features 198.7 cubic feet of interior volume.
In addition to this minivan's available trim levels, drivers also have their choice of eight exterior color options. The 2019 Odyssey's exterior paint options include White Diamond, Lunar Silver, Modern Steel, Obsidian Blue, Pacific Pewter, Crystal Black, Deep Scarlet and Forest Mist.
Additional 2019 Honda Odyssey information can be found at Matt Castrucci Honda's website, https://www.mattcastruccihonda.com/. Website visitors can also use the dealership's website to access service coupons, schedule maintenance appointments and learn their vehicle's trade-in value. Drivers can also reach Matt Castrucci Honda's staff with additional questions or inquiries by calling 855-250-8986. Matt Castrucci Honda has served the Dayton, OH community for many years, and is a dependable resource in the area for new and certified pre-owned Honda vehicles.
SOURCE Matt Castrucci Honda