The Honda Odyssey isn’t the most striking or desirable vehicle on the market, but for customers in Japan, it is available with a handful of upgrades from Mugen to give it some extra appeal.
The most noteworthy Mugen upgrade is a set of 18-inch aluminum wheels with a combination of silver and black spokes. These wheels will set back customers 46,200 yen ($445) apiece and buyers will also have the option of 19-inch ones priced from 51,700 yen ($498) each. Buyers will also need to buy a matching set of silver or black wheel nuts and lock nuts to suit the rims.
Elsewhere, Mugen offers a carbon fiber front splitter for the Odyssey (187,000 yen / $1,802), a carbon fiber accent above the front grille (110,000 yen / $1,070), carbon side garnish (118,800 yen / $1,145), and a rear wing priced from 66,000 yen ($636) when painted or 57,200 yen ($551) when left unpainted. Side-window visors are also on offer.
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As for the interior, the Odyssey can be equipped with Mugen floor mats (74,800 yen / $721) and a luggage mat for the trunk.
Other upgrades include new front and rear brake pads, a Mugen reservoir tank cover, high-performance brake fluid, engine treatment oil, Mugen oil filler caps, a high-pressure radiator cap, and a high-performance Mugen oil filter.
The Honda Odyssey sold in Japan is different than the one currently available in the U.S. so none of these Mugen parts will be transferable.