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I'm still on the fence about how well the sport makeover or SGP works on the Odyssey. Maybe it'll grow on me. :)

It slots between the EX-L and Touring with an MSRP of $42,505 including destination.

Changes from the EX-L include:

  • Black leather with red stitching on the seats and steering wheel
  • Red ambient lighting
  • 19" gloss black wheels
  • Tinted taillights
  • Gloss black grille, headlight trim, fog light surrounds, door mirrors, B-pillar, C-pillar and taillight trim
  • Black headliner and pillar trim
The 2023 Odyssey is also the first Honda model to include 2 years or 24,000 miles of maintenance.

The LX trim has been discontinued.

The price for the EX increased $900 while the EX-L, Touring, and Elite increased $700.

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But why put a sports package or is it an appearance package, fake trim level which reads like a Black Edition?
Probably to compete with the Sienna XSE which is available with dark wheels, red stitching, and a sport-tuned suspension and the Pacifica with the S Appearance Package that includes dark wheels and blacked-out trim and the Kia Carnival SX and SX Prestige with dark wheels. The Odyssey was the only minivan without a sport appearance package.
 
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