TROY, MI – Although it revolutionized stowable seating in minivans with the third row in the first-generation Odyssey in 1995, and improved it with the 1998 redesign, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. says it saw no need to follow the lead of Chrysler Group’s Stow ’n Go minivan seating for the new-generation Odyssey. ’05 Honda Odyssey’s second-row seating. The Odyssey, which set a benchmark with its “Magic Seat,” does not have the same second-row stowable seating system available in the Chrysler ...
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