The Honda Capa, with the Honda series code GA4 and GA6, is a supermini MPV five-door hatchback produced by Honda between 1998 and 2002. It was introduced at the 1997 Tokyo Motor Show as the concept car "J-MW." It was introduced for retail sale April 24, 1998. The only engine the Capa had was the 98hp 1.5L Honda engine, the D15B, with either a 4-speed automatic transmission (front-wheel drive only) or a CVT called "Multimatic S". September 16, 1999 a 4WD version of the Capa was released, using Honda's Full-Time four-wheel-drive system. Brake Assist was offered as standard equipment. Due to disappointing sales the Capa, short for "capacity", it was discontinued and replaced by the Honda Mobilio and Honda Fit. It was sold in Japan at two Honda dealership sales channels Honda Primo, and Honda Verno.