2018 Honda Odyssey 40 mph passenger-side small overlap IIHS crash test
Overall evaluation: Good


2018 Chrysler Pacifica 40 mph passenger-side small overlap IIHS crash test
Overall evaluation: Acceptable


2018 Toyota Sienna 40 mph passenger-side small overlap IIHS crash test
Overall evaluation: Marginal



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    • GamingVloggerGyle a.k.a Gyle
      GamingVloggerGyle a.k.a Gyle

      0:19 honda odyssey windshield wipers activated

      about 7 days ago
    • RatedR lin
      RatedR lin

      Man, the wheels fell out of the vans...

      about 18 days ago
    • DOGE MONDAYS Gameing
      DOGE MONDAYS Gameing

      I so happy seeing that the Honda Odyssey is super safe.bc I have one.

      about 26 days ago
    • Ryan McDonald
      Ryan McDonald

      All of the cars would have stopped with the new technology

      about 1 month ago
    • Connor Gibbs
      Connor Gibbs In reply to Ryan McDonald

      Eh no not entirely. Most systems in new cars only stop under a certain speed. Most will assist you with braking power after that speed. I think for most vehicles their usual cut off for full braking assistance is 30 MPH. I think they will assist will braking power above that, but won't actively try to stop the car for you. Also, many customers actually disable that feature on their vehicles. I have a Volvo XC60, and even with the sensor turned to its lowest sensitivity, it still reacts too harshly. Even approaching a red light normally - granted we in Alaska in Summer do tend to approach quickly - it would slam on the brakes when I could've easily gone another 5 feet, and don't even get me started on when I drive in NYC with it. Also in harsh weather, they deactivate, so many here in Alaska don't care much about the feature. My sister who lives in Washington D.C has a slightly older, limited edition 2015 XC60 and when she gets it valet parked, she always comes back to notices saying "City Safety Activated", as I get when I drive around town. Approaching my driveway gate does the same thing, but my driveway is on the corner of a main boulevard, so when you have to cut across the 2 lanes from the turn lane to your driveway quickly, the LAST thing you want is for your car to slam on its brakes with 45 MPH cars approaching you from the side.

      about 29 days ago
    • Douglas Fox
      Douglas Fox

      Let's see Chrysler Pacifica L for 27,000 and Honda.for $40,000...mmnnnn..I'll take the Pacifica cause I'm POOR..if money is no Object Honda...But do extrnsive research on Long term Reliability ...talk to Dealer Mechanics in dealers shops...

      about 1 month ago
    • Ann L
      Ann L

      Safety first! I'd rather spend money on my transmission than die on a 40mph accident! I love my 2019 odyssey.

      about 2 months ago
    • Luke, I'm your father!
      Luke, I'm your father!

      Honda is superior

      about 2 months ago
    • Davy Jones
      Davy Jones

      Odessey is very good!

      about 2 months ago
    • Richard Johnson
      Richard Johnson

      It’s only safe if you live to tell about it. Every accident is different. You can get killed in any vehicle given the right circumstances.

      about 2 months ago
    • xu wei
      xu wei

      sienna is 2011 version

      about 2 months ago
    • Franklin James
      Franklin James

      Clearly it’s Honda! And that’s what I’ve 😊

      about 2 months ago
    • 111915 528518
      111915 528518

      What the hell did Toyota do ? The Toyota Sienna from 2011 to 2017 beats both of these van's easily, ever since the refresh face lift of the 2018 came out the crash tests went downhill. They better make the new 2020 Sienna TNGA platform stronger and better !

      about 3 months ago
    • Edwin Perez-Clancy
      Edwin Perez-Clancy

      I think I've noticed a factor I haven't noticed before in these tests. these are three minivans but I believe the sienna is the widest. It's interior volume of 150 cubic feet would also point to it being slightly wider than the others in a similar wheelbase. The intersection crash point which is marked on the dashboard internally is based on the centerline of the occupant on that side, because the sienna seats it's front passengers slightly more centrally than the other two this affects the angle at which the impact will occur, therefore changes the amount of car taking the impact and the direction. I'm not sure there is a better datum than the centerline of the front passenger, but I think moving the impact point over, let's say a certain offset from the center of the wheel hub could change the results we see here.

      about 3 months ago
    • A Stickman
      A Stickman

      What’s the name of the song?

      about 3 months ago
    • Tom Work
      Tom Work

      I thought the Pacifica actually handled it better than the Odyssey. The Pacifica glances away from the barrier as its striking it while the Honda just burries into it

      about 3 months ago
    • Haitian Caveman83
      Haitian Caveman83 In reply to Tom Work

      To me the Pacifica handled it better

      about 1 month ago
    • Tyler Looney
      Tyler Looney

      Wtf why is every vehicle made in 13 to now have such bad crash test rating. I mean come on the 90s vehicles wasnt even this bad. Its all bout the money, the auto manufacturers could car less bout safety

      about 3 months ago
    • Oof Mighty
      Oof Mighty

      I have a 2019 odyssey...
      I’m in danger.

      about 4 months ago
    • Michael L
      Michael L

      Damn, I got Sienna.

      about 5 months ago
    • PwnishR
      PwnishR In reply to Michael L

      Start fitting your family members for wheelchairs...just saying according to this crash video.

      about 1 month ago
    • Armando Sturzenegger
      Armando Sturzenegger

      What in the Flyin Fck is wrong with TOYOTA !!!!!!!!!!! My god, horrible results. Glad i saw this before trading. Definitely will buy the Honda for the safety of my family. TOYOTA go F yourself selfish greedy pr*cks.

      about 5 months ago
    • Hi I’m ok
      Hi I’m ok

      I have a Pacifica and it’s really good

      about 5 months ago
    • Traditionalist
      Traditionalist

      unacceptable Toyota

      about 5 months ago
    • Reginald Bostic
      Reginald Bostic

      Chrysler has my vote

      about 6 months ago
    • Owen Li
      Owen Li

      If Toyota didn't make the RAV4, than we wouldn't have had SUV's to this day.

      about 6 months ago
    • Owen Li
      Owen Li

      Did you know that the rav4 is the first suv made in the world?

      about 6 months ago
    • donna lopez
      donna lopez In reply to Owen Li

      Not true, better go back to google and see when the first 4 wheel drive suv was massed produced. It was 1940's well before rav4 was even thought of.

      about 6 months ago
    • Andrew Langellier
      Andrew Langellier

      Although the sienna is more reliable, we went with the odyssey because we wouldn’t be killed with a 40mph crash

      about 6 months ago
    • Justin
      Justin

      Come on, Toyota. This is unacceptable.

      about 6 months ago
    • ealiev60
      ealiev60

      so the most family friendly cars are not so family friendly? I expected results to be GOOD or EXCELLENT.... makes me want to buy an SUV instead

      about 6 months ago
    • Sarasdad91 Tim
      Sarasdad91 Tim

      I wonder if Honda is sponsoring this. I've seen similar results in both. You can't judge speed in a short distance, or slowmo so the Honda could've been going slower than the others. I've seen Honda Odyssey accidents at highway speeds with crippling, even deathly results

      about 7 months ago
    • A M
      A M

      Buy the 2019 Toyota Sienna and receive a wheelchair for free

      about 7 months ago
    • Jim Bob
      Jim Bob

      I always drive.

      about 7 months ago