The trend of tapping into genius early might have started with playing Mozart to babies while they were still in the womb. But, it's since expanded to include countless interactive toys, games...you name it.
Catering to parent's interest on the matter of baby IQ, Parenting magazine recently released an inaugural "Genius" issue targeted at helping Moms and Dads tap into, and grow, little Sarah's or Davey's cranial powers.
Among the many product reviews featured in the issue was one focused on cars - the "Smartest Family Cars of 2012" list. To help intelligence-focused parents narrow down their list of options, Parenting editors rated the vehicles they deem deliver the greatest convenience to adults and keep children most engaged.
Not surprisingly, the 2012 Honda Odyssey is featured at the top of the list - hailed for its three rows, eight seats, 28 mpg hwy, split backseat monitor, and blind-spot warning system.Why did the Odyssey take third place and not the Sienna or Quest? Because, the Odyssey is better all around. It offers superior fuel economy. In addition to a blind-spot warning, the Odyssey carries the stamp of approval from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). And, it doesn't just offer a back seat entertainment system; it offers a split screen to accommodate different kids' tastes, ages, and learning levels.
What else should you know about the 2012 Honda Odyssey? Well, if you plan to sell or trade it in after your kids mature - you'll be happy to learn how well it retains its value. So well, ALG gave it their "2012 Residual Value Award".
For complete details on the new Honda Odyssey, contact Buerkle Honda here. Or, better yet, visit 3360 Highway 61 N. St. Paul, MN 55110 and take a test drive. And, remember if a minivan doesn't suite your style, Buerkle Honda also offers a variety of other comfy, safe and convenient family haulers as well (i.e., the 2012 Honda Pilot and 2012 Honda CR-V).