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Stepwagon

Postby kurby » Wed May 17, 2006 10:30 pm

Anyone knows where I can view a Honda Stepwagon?

Is anyone driving one here??

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Postby urbanx » Sat Jul 01, 2006 9:09 pm

Ya interested MPV now, looking for Odyssey or Stepwagon. Which is better ? important is must safe fuel (coz now fuel price very expensive)

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Postby joeteoh » Sun Jul 02, 2006 11:15 pm

urbanx wrote:Ya interested MPV now, looking for Odyssey or Stepwagon. Which is better ? important is must safe fuel (coz now fuel price very expensive)


u can test drive at hua yang. turf city. i try it quite ok.. thinking of changing too...

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stepwagon

Postby jai_hondastpwgn » Wed Nov 08, 2006 10:08 pm

Goto:

motoring.asia1.com.sg/cgi-bin/motorbb/ultimatebb.cgi

I have just ordered a new Honda Stepwagon 2.0 G I-Vtec at Chia Giap Auto Trading Contact No: 64409611 @ $84800. The car is extremely spacious compared to a Toyota Wish, Isis, Picnic and most other MPV. Formerly my Kia Caren 1.8A (2003) is giving me lotsa of problem with the interior and the engine. I have been forking out too much money on maintenance and fuel consumption is definately too expensive @ 8km per litre. I have checked out the Honda Stepwagon details and it claim to consume @ 13km per litre. Here the Specification below:

Honda Stepwagon 2.0GL i-VTEC (A) Specifications
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT FEATURES
Length (mm) : 4630
Width (mm) : 1695
Power Sliding Door
Height (mm) : 1770
Wheelbase (mm) : 2855
ABS with EBD
Fuel Tank (litre) : 57
Min Ground
Clearance (mm) : 155
Dual Front Airbags
Tread-Front (mm) : 1470
Pollen Aircon
Tread-Rear (mm) : 1460
Min turning
Radius (mm) : 2650
Original Rear Aircon
Curb Weight (kg) : 1510
Front Armrest
ENGINE Auto Retractable Side Mirrors
Type : Water-cooled Inline 4-cylinder 2.0L DOHC i-VTEC+PGM-FI
Foot Brake
-
Displacement (cc) : 1998
-
Bore x Stroke (mm) : 86.0 x 86.0
-
Compression Ratio : 9.6
-
Max Output (bhp/rpm) : 153/6000
-
Max Torque (Nm/rpm) : 188/4500
-
Top Speed (kmh) : -
-
Acceleration - 0 to 100kmh (s) : -
-
TRANSMISSION -
4-speed Automatic -
STEERING FUEL SYSTEM
Rack and Pinion Electronic Fuel Injection
BRAKES SUSPENSION
Front : Ventilated Disc Brakes
Front : MacPherson strut type, Independent, Coil Spring

Rear : Disc Brakes
Rear : H-type Torsion Beam, Independent, Coil Spring


Regards,

Jailani

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StepWGN

Postby mobilio » Thu Nov 30, 2006 12:45 am

So how is the ride bro?

Are you pumping in the 92RON or the higher grade?
MUGEN Mobilio

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Postby urbanx » Mon Jan 01, 2007 8:19 pm

Yes, how's is the ride ? can any one share ?

Compare between Pinic and Stepwagon , both are 2.0cc and price about the same 73K ~ 77K

which is better ?

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Re: stepwagon

Postby SNOWWGN » Wed Aug 15, 2007 10:52 am

jai_hondastpwgn wrote:Goto:

motoring.asia1.com.sg/cgi-bin/motorbb/ultimatebb.cgi

I have just ordered a new Honda Stepwagon 2.0 G I-Vtec at Chia Giap Auto Trading Contact No: 64409611 @ $84800. The car is extremely spacious compared to a Toyota Wish, Isis, Picnic and most other MPV. Formerly my Kia Caren 1.8A (2003) is giving me lotsa of problem with the interior and the engine. I have been forking out too much money on maintenance and fuel consumption is definately too expensive @ 8km per litre. I have checked out the Honda Stepwagon details and it claim to consume @ 13km per litre. Here the Specification below:

Honda Stepwagon 2.0GL i-VTEC (A) Specifications
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT FEATURES
Length (mm) : 4630
Width (mm) : 1695
Power Sliding Door
Height (mm) : 1770
Wheelbase (mm) : 2855
ABS with EBD
Fuel Tank (litre) : 57
Min Ground
Clearance (mm) : 155
Dual Front Airbags
Tread-Front (mm) : 1470
Pollen Aircon
Tread-Rear (mm) : 1460
Min turning
Radius (mm) : 2650
Original Rear Aircon
Curb Weight (kg) : 1510
Front Armrest
ENGINE Auto Retractable Side Mirrors
Type : Water-cooled Inline 4-cylinder 2.0L DOHC i-VTEC+PGM-FI
Foot Brake
-
Displacement (cc) : 1998
-
Bore x Stroke (mm) : 86.0 x 86.0
-
Compression Ratio : 9.6
-
Max Output (bhp/rpm) : 153/6000
-
Max Torque (Nm/rpm) : 188/4500
-
Top Speed (kmh) : -
-
Acceleration - 0 to 100kmh (s) : -
-
TRANSMISSION -
4-speed Automatic -
STEERING FUEL SYSTEM
Rack and Pinion Electronic Fuel Injection
BRAKES SUSPENSION
Front : Ventilated Disc Brakes
Front : MacPherson strut type, Independent, Coil Spring

Rear : Disc Brakes
Rear : H-type Torsion Beam, Independent, Coil Spring


Regards,

Jailani


Hi jai,

Is your ride a silver full mugen kitted one? I also just booked one 2 weeks ago . I didnt test drive the car, hope its good? And im keen to know u guys who own the RG1 hoping to hear some comments.

Is the left powered door with safety retraction sensor so it will 'bounce' back if someone's hand is at the edge of the door?

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Rims offset and PCD

Postby SNOWWGN » Wed Aug 15, 2007 11:25 am

Hi ,

Can anyone advise whats the offset and pcd for stepwgn wheels?

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Postby alex_chris_adele » Tue Aug 21, 2007 6:33 pm

Hi,

Just collect my Stepwagon 2 Saturdays ago, enjoying the drive and comfort that the car provides (as compared to my previous ride). However, I guess the only minus point about the Stepwagon is its FC. I'm currently into my 2nd tank and the returns I get is about 7+ km/L.

Is 7+ km/L normal ? I thought on paper the FC is 12+ km/L, after compensating for the difference in how the figures are derived, I would expect the FC to be in the region of 9-10 km/L. My travelling pattern is 60% highway & 40% city, definitely light-footed now coz still running-in.

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Postby striker968 » Thu Aug 30, 2007 3:40 pm

Hi to all bro here.

I m looking at the Stepwagon but feel that without body kit nothing to shout about but the interior Chio ! I like

Can any bro share the pic of stepwagon with bodykit that u have? I personally prefer Mugen kit but too ex liao

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Postby SNOWWGN » Thu Aug 30, 2007 8:45 pm

striker968 wrote:Hi to all bro here.

I m looking at the Stepwagon but feel that without body kit nothing to shout about but the interior Chio ! I like

Can any bro share the pic of stepwagon with bodykit that u have? I personally prefer Mugen kit but too ex liao


I agree with you that w/out kit nothing fabulous except on its practicality....I've ordered this kit:

http://www.el-dorado.jp/crave/STEPWGN/index.html#

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Postby SNOWWGN » Thu Aug 30, 2007 8:46 pm

http://www5.cds.ne.jp/~yoshioka/stepwgn2.htm

Check out this link ...all the kits for Stepwgn are here...pick your choice

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Postby SNOWWGN » Thu Aug 30, 2007 8:48 pm

striker968 wrote:Hi to all bro here.

I m looking at the Stepwagon but feel that without body kit nothing to shout about but the interior Chio ! I like

Can any bro share the pic of stepwagon with bodykit that u have? I personally prefer Mugen kit but too ex liao


As far as I know...theres a silver ride in Spore with mugen kit...cost around 6k!

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Postby striker968 » Fri Aug 31, 2007 10:19 am

SNOWWGN wrote:
striker968 wrote:Hi to all bro here.

I m looking at the Stepwagon but feel that without body kit nothing to shout about but the interior Chio ! I like

Can any bro share the pic of stepwagon with bodykit that u have? I personally prefer Mugen kit but too ex liao


I agree with you that w/out kit nothing fabulous except on its practicality....I've ordered this kit:

http://www.el-dorado.jp/crave/STEPWGN/index.html#


Chio man! Bro come with the grill? How much where u order from?

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Postby striker968 » Fri Aug 31, 2007 10:25 am

SNOWWGN wrote:http://www5.cds.ne.jp/~yoshioka/stepwgn2.htm

Check out this link ...all the kits for Stepwgn are here...pick your choice


Bro all jipun I dun understand lei hahahaha I only under,stand when see jipun chio bu hahaha.

How to use this link ? pai say I try to click but dun see much


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