2019 Honda Odyssey vs 2019 Chrysler Pacifica

2019 Honda Odyssey LX vs 2019 Chrysler Pacifica L

SUVs can be difficult to shop for because of their prevalence in the modern automotive landscape. To help drivers who can’t decide between the 2019 Honda Odyssey vs the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica, we’ve compared the base trim of both vehicles. In addition to the base LX trim level, the 2019 Honda Odyssey is also offered in EX, EX-L, Touring and Elite trims.

One notable area where the 2019 Honda Odyssey LX is preferable to the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica L is technology. The 2019 Odyssey LX comes standard with a seven-speaker sound system and two USB ports. In comparison, the 2019 Pacifica L only provides drivers with a sound system with six speakers and one USB port.

2019 Honda Odyssey LX


2019 Chrysler Pacifica L

7 Speakers Standard Sound System 6 Speakers
2 USB Ports 1
198.7 cubic feet Interior Volume 197.3 cubic feet
155.8 cubic feet Maximum Cargo Capacity 140.5 cubic feet

2019 Honda Odyssey Storage Space

Comparing the 2019 Honda Odyssey LX and the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica L in terms of cabin space shows that the 2019 Odyssey LX offers more storage space. The 2019 Odyssey LX has an interior volume of 198.7 cubic feet and a maximum cargo capacity of 155.8 cubic feet, making it slightly more accommodating than the 2019 Pacifica L’s 197.3 cubic feet of interior volume and 140.5 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity.

In addition to its standard technology features and storage capabilities, the 2019 Odyssey LX comes standard with several comfort and convenience features. Dual illuminating vanity mirrors, rear parking sensors, electric power steering and an overhead console with a storage compartment all come standard in this minivan.

Standard 2019 Honda Odyssey LX safety and security features include: Front, rear and third row head airbags, a blind spot warning accident avoidance system, an engine immobilizer, daytime running lights tire pressure monitoring, traction control, auto delay off headlamps, dusk sensing headlamps, stability control, emergency braking assistance and a post-collision safety system.