Freshly redesigned, Subaru's popular lifted wagon challenges Honda's mid-size Passport SUV in real-world usability and performance.
From Car and Driver
In the old days, before about 1980, reaching 100,000 miles was considered quite an accomplishment for a car, so much so that just about all US-market cars - with the notable exception of some Mercedes-Benzes and most Volvos - came with 5-digit odometers. Toyota and Honda went to six-digit odometers here early in the 1980s, and I find plenty of their cars from that decade with final mileage readings deep into the 200,000s. The highest odometer reading I've ever found in a Honda came from this 1983 Accord sedan with 411,794 showing.