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Honda ACTY van vs. Subaru Sambar van

Discussion in 'Microvans' started by Wong555, Oct 5, 2019.

  1. Wong555

    Wong555 New Member

    A Local dealer has an ACTY van and SAMBAR van for sale, both similar priced 5speed 660cc vans, relatively close mileage. Is there any specific pros/cons to either? Thanks in advance for any info!
     
  2. Maximal

    Maximal Active Member

    Sambar is 4 cylinder, rear engine, non-interference engine. just make sure its the switch 4WD version not the AWD version, see if its EFI supercharged or carb as well
     
  3. Koffer

    Koffer Donating Member

    Late to the party and more of a FYI now
    Having worked on both the Subaru’s and the Honda’s the Subaru is a bunch more accessible for working on . Honda has the motor in the middle ( before the rear axle ) and they have a floor whole floor they could have made removable, they made more or less a peephole to tease you with.
    I’m pretty sure they never wanted anyone to work on it as nothing is easy to check
    Oil ? Reach thru the pass side wheel well , try to keep the dirt,mud water salt and other nasties out , add coolant? Take the lower part of the glove box off with screws then a little plastic cover and then a wing bolt to remove the metal plate , now your at the radiator cap .
    Honda’s great little vans and trucks but a fighter to lift its petty coat for consensual services :oops:
     

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