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Honda debuts its all-new Step WGN MPV in Japan

By Faiming_low on 24 Apr 2015 in New model

Attached Image Honda has revealed the all-new Step WGN MPV(Multi Purpose Vehicle) in Japan ahead of its introduction and will be powered by an all-new turbocharged engine. While the new MPV has quite a few new standout features, the most important and interesting news for Honda fans worldwide is the brand new 1.5-litre direct injection VTEC Turbo engine.
 
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Attached Image Producing 148bhp and 203Nm of torque between 1,600rpm and 5,000rpm, the new Step WGN is claimed to be about to do 17km/L according to Japan's JC08 cycle. Offered in both front-wheel and all-wheel drive variants, the new engine is mated to a CVT transmission.
 
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Attached Image Elsewhere, the new MPV is said to feature the largest cabin space in its class while the 'Waku Waku' rear doors are unique in this segment. It can either function either as a wide tailgate that opens up or as a sub-door that opens to the side. Besides that, it is also equipped with driver assist systems that uses radar to detect pedestrians and prevent collision.
 
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