Honda Step WGN Spada was complemented by a hybrid plant

October 14, 2017 at 12:23 pm

Honda specialists updated Step WGN Spada minivan. The modification has got a new front part with new LED lamps as well as another aerodynamic spoiler on the fifth door. However, more important changes were provided for the car’s technology. In particular, Spada van has received Honda Sport Hybrid i-MMD unit.

Step WGN Spada minivan with a hybrid plant photo

Step WGN Spada minivan with a hybrid plant photo

The total output of a 2-liter engine and a pair of electric motors is equal to 184 horsepower and 315 Nm of torque. The fuel consumption makes 4.0 liters per 100 km in the Japanese JC08 cycle. At the WLTC cycle, the car’s consumption is 5.0 l / 100 km. All hybrid trim levels have a reworked suspension, and Step WGN Spada Hybrid G EX model is additionally equipped by efficient shock absorbers. The standard package will also include an adaptive cruise control with an automatic follow-up at low speed option.

The driver's area has been redesigned picture

The driver’s area has been redesigned picture

An updated Spada minivan is designed for a younger generation, so its appearance is more aggressive. The interior design is also modified. The car makers offered the minivan with Honda Sensing security complex with radar and a front camera. This set is improved due to the Pedestrian Collision Mitigation Steering. As a result, the price of the car will become higher.

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