Subaru Exiga OR Honda Odyssey - Which One is Better?

The Subaru Exiga has been manufactured keeping in mind, the security and a pleasant journey for the passengers. The design has been directed towards the touring experience and panoramic visibility, courtesy of the seven seats.

Subaru ExigaTaking advantage of its insights gain from manufacturing crossover Suvs and wagons, Subaru successfully created a convenient and open dashboard room for the passengers to allow easy engagements. The excitingly wide angle scenery through the windows enables the sharing of the touring experience. The new model reflects the Subaru’s newest proposal for a multi passenger car incorporating low noise, Subarus strength in car ability, as well as a class ride. This all is achieved by the horizontally opposed motor design by Subaru added with the Subaru Dynamic Chassis Control Concept.

The Subaru Exiga possesses enough room to accommodate 7 passengers and guarantees a pleasant and comfortable ride for every occupant. The new designs offer remarkable utility and convenience and it gives the superior visibility and more trunk room.

If we talk about responsible handling, a highly versatile dashboard and a lengthy list of other features, then Hondahonda odyssey Odyssey is a top choice. Honda Odyssey Minivan presents the following advantages: Agile handling; quiet cabin; economical V6; top security scores; configurable second row seat easy to fold third-row bench. It also has its fair number of drawbacks such as: costlier than its competitors; few of the very desirable features are limited to the upper versions only; dashboard is button-heavy.

The Honda Odyssey is offered in 5 versions: Touring, Touring Elite, LX, EX and EX-L. Although it is expensive in terms of value, but has front heated seven leather seats, tri-zone climatic control, six speakers and six CD audio systems. The driver’s seat is fully powered but unfortunately no reverse camera, Bluetooth or DVD.

From the inside it has low and wide cabin, fully reclining front seats, and 3rd row stowed with 708 litres of cabin space. The engine is rather punchy but sometimes can be felt a little overwhelmed.  The gear transmission is a 5 speed automatic shift.

The drive is wide, low and adds reasonable comfort. The drive also gives sporty vibes according to some reviews.  Honda Odyssey is also equipped with Six safety airbags which earns it extra marks over the Subaru Exiga.

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