New 2018 Honda Odyssey Design is Overhauled

2018 Honda Odyssey Design

The 2018 Honda Odyssey design is bound to blow you away. This model is at the top of the minivan segment thanks to its bold styling, fuel-sipping powertrain, and innovative technologies. If you’re looking for a family hauler that will make life a little easier, check out the latest Honda Odyssey to hit the market.

According to Honda, the all-new Odyssey has seating for up to eight thanks to roomy three-row seating. The cabin has been reinvented to make driving more enjoyable, including features like CabinWatch and CabinTalk so you can keep an eye on passengers in the rear. Honda CabinControl lets control everything from temperature to music volume in the rear, while an 8-inch display touchscreen provides easy access to your command center.

“For families sticking it out with minivans, the 2018 Odyssey promises more convenience, more versatility, and—most of all—more technology,” reads the Car and Driver review.

One of the best new design features is the Magic Slide second-row seat. You can easily get into the rear thanks to the sliding capabilities of the second row, a simple yet important design change. Additionally, hands-free access to the power tailgate makes driving easier, while an advanced rear entertainment system is ideal for keeping children entertained. To learn more about the Honda Odyssey, stop by Sunny King Honda today.

The Sunny King Charity Classic: More Than $2.5 Million Raised Since Inception

Sunny King Charity Classic

The thirty-ninth annual Sunny King Charity Classic will be held this year from July 7 to July. This is one of the largest charity golf tournaments in the Southeast, with over 408 golfers competing over three courses. Last year, over $100,000 was generated, bring the total since the start of the tournament up to $2.5 million. At Sunny King Honda, we couldn’t be happier to be a part of this charitable event.

There is an official website for the Sunny King Charity Classic with detailed information about the tournament. Registration for the even has been open since April 1, and the entry fee is $325 per person or $650 per team. This fee includes cars and range balls as well, and there will also be several activities and an open bar. Additionally, the maximum number of teams is capped at 204, and the entries are based on a “first come, first serve” basis.

Every night there will be dinner and entertainment, and non-participants can pay a reduced fee of $75 per couple per night. The three courses that are included in the Sunny King Charity Classic are Anniston Country Club, Silver Lake, and Cider Ridge. Thanks to the hard work of volunteers, this year’s event is bound to be better than ever.