Equipped with a newly-developed 1.5-liter direct injection VTEC TURBO engine, this fifth-generation Step WGN was designed to be a fun-to-use minivan that features a functional cabin space much like a living room at home, as well as a revolutionary tailgate mechanism named Waku Waku Gate (“Waku Waku" is a Japanese expression for “exciting").
|The fourth generation Stepwgn had the most spacious cabin in its class and the greatest in its class World class crystal sunroof extending from the front to the rear row. It was the first in its class to have fold-flat rear seats that could completely fold flat with a few easy steps for a large and level cargo space. Also, the fuel efficiency was further enhanced to 14.0km/L.|
|Honda's innovative 'Low-floor, low-center-of-gravity' platform design contributed to an even larger cabin area and allowed a wide variety of everyday storage needs. The excellent performance could rival the excitement offered by sports cars.|
|This generation stroked a balance between driving excitement and functional needs. There was significant enhancement in spaciousness, which provided extra storage space. It also gave a more comfortable journey for the family on board.|
|First generation Stepwgn focused on functional design. It became a great hit in Japan because of its comfortable cabin and configurable seats. It was one of the best sellers in the auto market.|