A true people carrier only Honda cars could call for, the all new Honda StepWGN (pronounced Step Wagon) is finally all set to bring the new look and new features to rival against the Nissan Serena and the Toyota twin vans known the Noah and the Voxy. To be fair, middle-class families all over Japan because of its capability, spaciousness, power, ecology, and everything skeptical Honda fans could rely on mostly target the StepWGN from Honda. For the rundown, there are two StepWGNs to choose from; from the normal StepWGN targeted for normal families and the custom StepWGN variant known as the StepWGN Spada, which is perfect for cool dudes everywhere.
Although, previous StepWGN and Spada owners would miss its previous look, in favor for its boxier shape, square-shaped headlamps, new rear lamps, and new set of rims rigged on them. From the normal StepWGN variant, the form is very simple and clean from the eyes of middle-class families, especially soccer moms, while the Spada variant provides aggressive styling and perfect design, which makes it the "toy for the big boys" of today.
Both the new StepWGN and the new StepWGN Spada share the new interior form to provide adults everything they deserve in terms of space, comfort, and conveniences available on both of these vans.
Both StepWGNs are equipped with four-wheel-drive option, a choice of either a 5-speed automatic transmission or CVT, improved suspension, and enhanced safety features such as airbags, multi-view camera system, Vehicle Stability Assist, and improved braking systems. With these features, both the new StepWGN and the new StepWGN Spada powered by the 2.0-litre i-VTEC engine, which delivers an outstanding fuel economy of over 14.0km/L at the power of 150PS.
ONE LAST THING:
With the new StepWGN & new StepWGN Spada gained its all-new form packed with new packaging, new features, and new fuel economy helpers such as the Eco Ring and the ECON mode (as seen on the Insight hybrid car), the rivalry of minivans just reached its highest level no other minivan enthusiasts would ever forget. The regular StepWGN looks perfectly normal for Japanese moms everywhere while the StepWGN Spada is the enthusiasts' choice thanks to its aggressive exterior and interior. Both of these vans would perfectly work out against other Japanese minivans and for the hearts of adults everywhere. Once you are in the new StepWGN, you are ready to get to experience love at the highest peak.