2020 Sienna vs. Odyssey Comparison

In production since 1997, the Toyota Sienna’s 2020 model belongs to the vehicle’s fourth generation in North America. The Honda Odyssey was released to North America in 1995. In its fifth generation now, it had external redesigns in 2008 and 2013. Despite some similarities, these two minivans differ in key aspects of reliability, safety, and comfort. For instance, the Sienna has available All-Wheel Drive (AWD) on LE grade and above, while the Odyssey does not offer this feature on any trim. The Sienna also has more horsepower and torque than the Odyssey at 296 HP and 263 ft. lbs. vs. 280 HP and 262 ft. lbs, respectively.

Let’s explore other Toyota Sienna vs. Honda Odyssey features and differences.

Published Date: 01/13/2020

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Safety

Minivans generally offer more standard safety features and passenger capacity than other vehicles. In fact, the 2020 Toyota Sienna and 2020 Honda Odyssey both received 5-star NHTSA Overall Safety Ratings.

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Safety

  • The 2020 Toyota Sienna and 2020 Honda Odyssey received 5-star NHTSA Overall Safety Ratings.
  • Both vehicles feature their own suite of advanced active safety features. However, Honda Sensing® is not available on the base-model Odyssey LX.
  • A similar feature to the Toyota Sienna’s Smart Stop Technology® is not available on the 2020 Honda Odyssey.
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Reliability

Toyota vehicles have long been known for their quality and dependability. The 2020 Toyota Sienna continues this legacy with a commitment to features that get you where you need to go comfortably. This includes a standard roadside assistance and factory scheduled maintenance program called ToyotaCare.

 

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Reliability

  • All new leases and purchases of Toyota vehicles come with ToyotaCare. A 2020 Honda Odyssey will come with roadside assistance.
  • However, a maintenance plan with Honda will cost extra.
  • Both minivans offer basic warranty coverage for three years and 36,000 miles, as well as 5-year or 60,000-mile powertrain, corrosion perforation, and restraint system warranties.
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Interior

A minivan should help to protect you and your family while providing a comfortable ride no matter what comes your way. Toyota Sienna’s available Split & Stow 3rd Row® seat with power or one-motion stow give you more seating and cargo options. The 2020 Honda Odyssey comes standard with a similar One-Motion 60/40 Split 3rd-Row Magic Seat®.

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Interior

  • The base 2020 Toyota Sienna features a standard 7-in. touch-screen with Apple CarPlay® and Amazon Alexa. The 2020 Honda Odyssey LX has a 5-in. touch-screen and does not feature Apple CarPlay® support.
  • Sienna offers 7 trims to the Odyssey’s five, as well as Auto Access seat on LE and XLE models.
  • The Sienna L comes standard with three-zone climate control vs. Odyssey LX’s two-zone climate control.
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Conclusion: Sienna vs. Odyssey

When shopping for a minivan to meet your needs and lifestyle, don’t compromise on the latest important standard features in safety and interior comfort. When comparing the 2020 Odyssey vs. Sienna across categories like reliability, safety, and interior features, the Toyota Sienna has some distinct advantages.

 

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Conclusion: Sienna vs. Odyssey

  • The 2020 Toyota Sienna and 2020 Honda Odyssey received 5-star NHTSA Overall Safety Ratings.
  • The 2020 Sienna L has standard Apple CarPlay® and Amazon Alexa support while the 2020 Odyssey LX does not.
  • The top-end Sienna Limited is just $44,535 starting MSRP vs. the Odyssey Elite starting at $47,420 MSRP.
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