DAYTON, Ohio, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When shopping for a minivan, the variety of choices may have dropped slightly since their best days in the late 90's, early 00's, the quality of minivans available to consumers has continued to grow. Research is crucial to ensure that the vehicle is what is best and what is safest for the customer and their family. Which is why Matt Castrucci Honda in Dayton, Ohio lined up the 2014 Honda Odyssey vs the 2014 Nissan Quest and let the numbers speak for themselves. Considering the high quality Honda offers and how much is packed into the Odyssey, it should be a surprise to no one that the 2014 Honda Odyssey comes out of the comparison the winner.
The 2014 Honda Odyssey provides drivers and passengers with ample interior space, ready to load an entire family plus some with its eight seats. With a full set of passengers, the back of the Odyssey still offers an impressive 25.7 cubic feet of cargo space. An empty Odyssey, with all its seats ingeniously stored away, Honda's minivan suddenly becomes a transport vehicle, capable of 148.5 cubic feet of storage. Meanwhile, the Nissan Quest can only manage a minimum of 25.7 cubic feet of storage, and a maximum of 108.4 cubic feet despite only having seven seats, nearly a third less of the total amount of space available in the Odyssey.
And despite having to drive around the ample amounts of space, the Odyssey actually achieves a better highway fuel economy than its competitor. Both minivans can get up to 19 miles per gallon in the city, but Honda adds 28 mpg on the highway, compared to the Quest's 25 mpg. The added fuel economy ensures a farther range on a full tank and fewer stops to the fuel pump, always a welcome break.
For more information on the 2014 Honda Odyssey or how it fares against other competitors, simply call Matt Castrucci Honda in Dayton, Ohio at 855-899-4883 or visit www.mattcastruccihonda.com.
Media Contact: Todd Williams, Matt Castrucci Honda, 855-899-4883, email@example.com
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