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How much should you pay for a used 2015 Honda Odyssey?

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If you need a safe, reliable car for all of your family’s journeys, you need a Honda Odyssey. It is arguably the best minivan around these days, with seating for seven or eight, a surprisingly nimble driving experience, and all of the safety features you need to keep your loved ones safe.

And the 2015 model had fun features available like a large touchscreen infotainment system, a standard rear view camera (from the days before those were required) and even a built in vacuum cleaner to keep the seats and floor clear of any and all snacks. If the 2015 Honda Odyssey sounds like the minivan for you, CoPilot will make sure you aren’t overpaying for one. 

How Much Does the Average Used 2015 Honda Odyssey Cost?                            

Certified Pre-Owned: N/A

Savings vs. New: $N/A

Honda has a strict set of eligibility rules for their CPO program, and unfortunately the 2015 model year is too old to be sold as a certified pre-owned Honda.

Non-Certified Pre-owned: $17,720

Savings vs. New: $22,806


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What’s the average mileage for used 2015 Honda Odysseys?

Average Certified Pre-Owned Mileage: N/A

Average Uncertified Mileage: 92,087

What factors affect used prices the most?

Certified/Non-certified status

Currently, Honda only allows cars from the 2016 model year or newer in their certified pre-owned car program. If you are interested in Honda’s 12-month/12,000-mile limited warranty, 7-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, rental allowance, trip interruption services, and 247 roadside assistance, you should look to the 2016 Honda Odyssey or newer. Otherwise, you could spend the money you save by going one model year older to buy a third party warranty if you need the peace of mind.

Trim levels & features

The 2015 Honda Odyssey comes in five trims: LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, and Touring Elite.

2015 Honda Odyssey LX

The base trim of the 2015 Honda Odyssey comes with power adjustable front seats for the adults, second row captain’s seats, and a 6040-split fold-down third row seat for the kids, and an 8-inch infotainment system with a rearview camera, bluetooth, USB, and aux smartphone connectivity, Pandora radio, and a CD player. The average price of a 2015 Odyssey LX is currently $14,014.

2015 Honda Odyssey EX

The EX trim replaces the second row captain’s seats with a 40/20/40 bench seat, and adds a blind-spot camera, heated mirrors, power-sliding passenger doors, automatic climate control for each row, keyless entry and ignition, and a conversation mirror. The infotainment system is also upgraded to a 7-inch touchscreen. These safety and technology upgrades and added seat increase the price to $15,102.

2015 Honda Odyssey EX-L

This middle trim adds leather seating with heated front seats, forward collision warning, lane-departure warning, a power liftgate, a sunroof, and even an on-board cooler that uses the car’s air-conditioning to keep food and drinks chilled. There are two packages available to either add a voice-activated navigation system or a DVD player for the rear seats. The average price for this trim is $17,090.


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2015 Honda Odyssey Touring

The Touring trim adds in a 115-volt power outlet, parking sensors, fog lights, upgraded 18-inch alloy wheels, and built-in navigation and entertainment systems. The average Odyssey Touring lists for $19,400.

2015 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite

The top of the line Touring Elite trim adds an even better entertainment system, a premium 12-speaker sound system, xenon headlights, blind-spot monitoring, and even a built-in vacuum cleaner. All these features don’t add much more to the price of the Touring, with an average list price of $19,712.


The average pre-owned 2015 Honda Odyssey has about 92,087 miles on the odometer. With an average savings of $22,806, you can expect to save about $2,447 for every 10,000 miles your pre-owned Honda Odyssey has been driven.


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The easiest way to find reliable 2015 Odysseys in your area

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