Based on the concept of a seven-seater with panoramic visibility for the touring experience, the EXIGA has been developed to provide a safe and pleasant journey for all occupants.

Today in Japan the all new Subaru Exiga went on sale. The Exiga, first shown as the EXIGA concept at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show, combines seven-seater functionality of an SUV with the sleeker looks of a wagon. Subaru has stayed very close to the well received concept car, including panoramic roof, with only the futuristic chrome details missing on the production car.

The Subaru Exiga is offered in four guises, the entry level 2.0i, the more luxurious 2.0i-L, the sporty 2.0i-S and the grand touring 2.0GT model. The GT model is powered by a turbocharged 2.0 liter DOHC horizontally-opposed boxer engine producing 225 hp while the other models do with the 2.0 liter DOHC boxer engine putting 148 hp to the road.

The naturally aspirated engines are linked to a 4-speed automatic transmission with Sportshift and Active Torque Split AWD, while the GT is hooked up with a 5-speed automatic with Sportshift, Subaru's SI-Drive and the Variable Torque Distribution system.

Full details can be found in the following pages.

Gallery: Subaru Exiga in Detail