The horsepower is a parameter that majority of us pay the greatest attention to. In this comparison, it is the Mercury Villager II that has by 20 horsepower more when compared to the Honda Odyssey II, which makes this vehicle somewhat better in terms of high speed. Because of more horsepower the Mercury will also provide somewhat more flexiblility in specific speeds.
Width of a car affects the amount of space for passengers as well as stability on road. The Mercury Villager II is widther by 7 percent in relation to the Honda Odyssey II 2.3 16V 150HP manual 4x4 and is not really worth considering. The average for the „van” class amounts to approximately 1,821 mm and is by 5 percent larger than the width of the Mercury Villager II 3.3 170HP.
The Mercury Villager II has 12 millimeters longer wheelbase when compared to Honda. Thanks to this the Mercury is safer and has a better stability. Besides, longer wheelbase affects convenient and more comfortable riding.
The Mercury Villager II 3.3 170HP is 182 millimeters longer in relation to the Honda Odyssey II. Long vehicles are more spacious and in most cases have bigger trunk. Although the Mercury Villager II occurs to be better for families or drivers who value soft, smooth long-distance rides, the Honda Odyssey II 2.3 16V 150HP manual 4x4 may be more appropriate to the young as it will not make troubles with parking and will have smaller turning radius.
Number of doors
A 5-door car usually is a hatchback and because of that the Mercury Villager II, which whole rear including the window lifts up and the rear seats folds flat giving more space for cargo, has an advantage on the four-door Honda Odyssey II which in turn has a smaller trunk cut off from the passenger compartment.
If you are a tall man or you tend to carry in the trunk thinks of big size, the Mercury Villager II, which is by 10 % higher than the Honda Odyssey II 2.3 16V 150HP manual 4x4, would be better option for you. However, presented vehicles do not differ much it the aspect of its height and it should not be much noticeable.