Subaru Exiga 2014

Subaru Exiga 2014 is still a tough and safe family wagon, but this year its strength doesn't come at the cost of as much comfort and quietness. In a lot of ways, the 2014 Subaru Exiga is a great car for a trip with the family. It's the perfect blend of a strong wagon and a slim, responsive crossover. Styling The Subaru Exiga 2014 has small changes and looks the same from the outside, but the inside looks and feels more stylish and has better details than before. Even though the Subaru Exiga was the first rough-and-tumble crossover wagon, it almost got stuck in a niche that was too small. Then, about five years ago, Subaru made the Exiga bigger and turned it into a real mid-size car. The Subaru Exiga 2014 stands out from other crossovers and its predecessor. It feels a little bit more lively on the road, and the new X-Mode makes it better off-road. Even though this vehicle is very tough, it is still very comfortable to drive and ride in. The Subaru Exiga 2014 has been a leader in safety for a long time, and the 2015 model improves on that with a new generation of Eyesight active safety features and X-Mode for when things get rough. 2.5i and 2.5i Premium models are very good deals. The Limited models have even more, but they put the Outback in competition with cars from Audi and Volvo.

Specification

▪️Stock No. Y-0311 ▪️Location: Khushi Motors Msa branch ▪️Vin No. YAM ▪️Body Type. Station Wagon ▪️Make. Subaru ▪️Model Exiga ▪️Mileage. 98519Km ▪️Fuel Type. Petrol ▪️Engine Capacity 2500cc ▪️ the Year 2014 ▪️Transmission Automatic ▪️Drive Type AWD ▪️Ext Color. Black ▪️Int. Color. Black leather ▪️Doors. 5 ▪️Seats. 7 ▪️Drive side. Right Hand Side

Additional Features:

High beam LED headlamps, Fog lights, Alloy rims, Power mirrors with turn signal lights, Eyesight, Rear Spoiler, Keyless Entry, Push start button, Power windows, Power seats, Engine auto on/off, Traction control, Steering controls, Paddle shifters, Cruise control, LCD screen, SI-Drive, Cup holders, Back seat armrest with cup holders, Airbags, Reclining rear seats for more boot space.