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Is the high-end MPV market monopolized by Toyota? Honda "Odyssey" is re-sold, and what will happen to Nissan "Elgrand"?

table of contents
●The new generation of "Alphard" and "Vellfire" are unveiled! "LM" is also expected to be launched in the fall
●The Honda “Odyssey” that was once discontinued will be put on sale again in the winter of 2023
●Will Nissan “Elgrand” launch a new generation model?

The new generation of "Alphard" and "Vellfire" are unveiled! "LM" is also expected to be launched in the fall


With the SUV trend booming, mid-sized MPVs such as Toyota "Noah/Voxy", Honda "Stepwgn", and Nissan "Serena" are extremely popular as family cars, and they will successively launch new generation models in 2022.

In the MPV category that is more advanced than the above-mentioned models, the Toyota "Alphard" has overwhelming popularity. The car will release a new generation model on June 21, 2023. It also launched sister cars "Vellfire" and Lexus "LM".

In addition, the small MPV "Sienta" will also be updated in 2022. Toyota has updated its MPV lineup from luxury cars to compact cars.

The Honda “Odyssey” that was once discontinued will be put on sale again in the winter of 2023


Honda's premium MPV "Odyssey" will be discontinued at the end of 2021. Honda announced that the car will be back on sale in the winter of 2023, and reservations are expected to be open from the fall of 2023.

The "Odyssey" planned to debut in the winter of 2023 is an improvement of the "Odyssey" that will be produced until the end of 2021, and is not the launch of a new model. Honda stated that the car was discontinued due to factory closures, and many fans regretted the car's disappearance, so Honda decided to put the "Odyssey" into the Japanese market again.

The “Odyssey” that goes on sale in the winter of 2023 will be sold as an improved model and produced in China.

Will Nissan "Elgrand" launch a new generation model?


The Nissan "Elgrand", known as the ancestor of premium MPVs, is currently on sale as the third-generation model launched in 2010. It has been 13 years since the third generation model was launched, during which it has undergone many improvements and minor facelifts.

When the car was first launched, it was a popular model with annual sales of 10,000 units. Now, affected by the popularity of the "Alphard", annual sales have dropped significantly.

Like Honda, Nissan's product lineup in Japan is gradually shrinking, so there are also rumors that the "Elgrand" may be discontinued.

Although Nissan is currently developing and most likely to release a new model, the global strategic model "Leaf", many people are still paying attention to the future trends of the "Elgrand".


Original source:Does Toyota dominate the luxury minivan market?Honda will resell the Odyssey, what will Nissan do with the Elgrand?
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