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2017 Honda ATV Rec/Utility Lineup!

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High-Tech Industry.

Sure, they’re rugged and reliable, but Honda Rec/Utility ATVs are also built to make your life easier, whether you’re working the back 40 or your favorite trail, and we achieve this with some of the most revolutionary technology in the industry. Like Electric Power Steering, designed with torque and speed sensors to reduce steering effort (and rider fatigue) when the going gets tough. Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) that allows both rear wheels to move independently, helping you maintain traction and control even in rough terrain.

And there’s a transmission for every type of use. Honda’s Automatic DCT delivers smooth, seamless power that can be an advantage in sloppy, technical conditions. Or, at your option, lets you switch drive mode to manual electric shift. Our Electric Shift Program™ (ESP®) lets you upshift and downshift with a pair of handlebar-mounted buttons. You get the rugged construction of a conventional ATV transmission but easier shifting. If you prefer manual, nothing can match our traditional ATV semi-automatic transmission in terms of simplicity and cost.

And this is just for starters, as our feature-packed machines are all built with the same purpose in mind: to work and play hard so you don’t have to.

2017 FourTrax Rincon

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Who Says You Have To Rough It?

The outdoors can be a rough place—hot, cold, wet, dry, rocky, muddy, steep. But the smart outdoorsman—or outdoorswoman—knows that you don’t have to suffer. They find a way to smooth it instead of roughing it. And the Honda Rincon is one of the most refined, smooth, comfortable ATVs to ever take on what mother nature has to offer.

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The Rincon stands at the top of our ATV lineup. It’s built around our biggest ATV engine, and it’s a class-leader when it comes to comfort, ride quality, and innovation too.

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As with any Honda, it all starts with the engine: a liquid-cooled 675cc single-cylinder featuring a twin-plug cylinder head. The longitudinal-crankshaft layout (a Honda innovation) means more power actually gets to the ground, so the Rincon can offer the real-world power of the competition’s bigger, heavier models.

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Premium long-travel suspension, rugged bodywork, strong steel racks front and rear—the Rincon’s list of features just keeps going on and on. One thing you can’t see but is readily apparent is the Rincon’s all-day comfort, something serious ATV riders will appreciate. And then there’s just the way the Rincon looks: Strong. Purposeful. Like a flagship ATV should.

So forget about putting up with a rough rider. Treat yourself to a Honda Rincon, and discover just how comfortable “roughing it” can be.

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Independent Rear Suspension.

When it comes to technical innovations, the Rincon is way ahead of the pack. The dual-plug head and catalytic converter make the Rincon run clean, and everyone can appreciate that. Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) delivers a precise, smooth ride over rough terrain, and the automotive-style transmission uses a heavy-duty hydraulic torque converter. Best of all, the 675cc engine offers plenty of low- and mid-range power.

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Lower Emissions, More Range.

When it comes to technical innovations, the Rincon is way ahead of the pack. The dual-plug head and catalytic converter make the Rincon run clean, and everyone can appreciate that. Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) delivers a precise, smooth ride over rough terrain, and the automotive-style transmission uses a heavy-duty hydraulic torque converter. Best of all, the 675cc engine offers plenty of low- and mid-range power.

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Three-Speed Automatic Transmission.

When it comes to technical innovations, the Rincon is way ahead of the pack. The dual-plug head and catalytic converter make the Rincon run clean, and everyone can appreciate that. Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) delivers a precise, smooth ride over rough terrain, and the automotive-style transmission uses a heavy-duty hydraulic torque converter. Best of all, the 675cc engine offers plenty of low- and mid-range power.

2017 FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4×4

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Nobody likes to get beat up. And we’re not talking about some playground bully—we’re talking about how some ATVs treat you on a tough trail. Not the Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon, though—it’s a premium ATV that places a premium on rider comfort. All-day comfort. And in 2016, we have Rubicon models with a wide range of features so you can pick the one that’s perfect for you.

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Every Rubicon uses the same 500-class engine-tough, proven and efficient. You get to choose between two transmission choices: a rugged conventional-type ATV gearbox that makes the Rubicon the only manual-shift ATV with Independent Rear Suspension on the market and our revolutionary automatic dual-clutch transmission that’s fast-shifting and features strong steel-gear internals.

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And about that IRS—the Rubicon’s superior suspension engineering gives you the confidence you need to tackle tough trails, while providing day-long ride comfort and excellent traction on uneven ground.

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Other features include electric power steering on our EPS models, comfortable seating, an easy-to-use reverse lever, strong steel racks with plenty of cargo capacity, an inboard rear disc brake and some great color choices including our new Honda Phantom Camo®. There’s even a deluxe model that features red A-arms, springs and black-machined, cast aluminum wheels.

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Smooth ride. Smooth performance.

Honda’s 2016 Rubicon models may look similar, but they offer a wide variety of options: Automatic DCT or manual transmission, standard or power steering, and deluxe versions that feature aluminum wheels and red suspension components. All use the same great engines, chassis, all-disc brakes and independent rear suspensions, and all come standard with the fit, finish, innovation and attention to manufacturing detail that only Honda can offer.

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Independent Rear Suspension

Honda’s 2016 Rubicon models may look similar, but they offer a wide variety of options: Automatic DCT or manual transmission, standard or power steering, and deluxe versions that feature aluminum wheels and red suspension components. All use the same great engines, chassis, all-disc brakes and independent rear suspensions, and all come standard with the fit, finish, innovation and attention to manufacturing detail that only Honda can offer.

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Honda Automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission

Honda’s 2016 Rubicon models may look similar, but they offer a wide variety of options: Automatic DCT or manual transmission, standard or power steering, and deluxe versions that feature aluminum wheels and red suspension components. All use the same great engines, chassis, all-disc brakes and independent rear suspensions, and all come standard with the fit, finish, innovation and attention to manufacturing detail that only Honda can offer.

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Electric Power Steering

Honda’s 2016 Rubicon models may look similar, but they offer a wide variety of options: Automatic DCT or manual transmission, standard or power steering, and deluxe versions that feature aluminum wheels and red suspension components. All use the same great engines, chassis, all-disc brakes and independent rear suspensions, and all come standard with the fit, finish, innovation and attention to manufacturing detail that only Honda can offer.

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Honda’s 2016 Rubicon models may look similar, but they offer a wide variety of options: Automatic DCT or manual transmission, standard or power steering, and deluxe versions that feature aluminum wheels and red suspension components. All use the same great engines, chassis, all-disc brakes and independent rear suspensions, and all come standard with the fit, finish, innovation and attention to manufacturing detail that only Honda can offer.

2017 FourTrax Rancher

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Any mechanic, woodworker, tradesman or craftsman knows that the right tool makes the job a whole lot easier. And having the right tool means having a choice. We’ve all seen someone try to drive a screw with a butter knife, or pound a nail with a shoe heel. The results are never pretty.

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Honda’s FourTrax Rancher line are premium tools for the jobs you need to do, whether that’s on the farm, the jobsite, hunting, fishing, exploring… or on the ranch. It’s easy for you to choose the right mix of features—just like reaching for that right tool.

Every Rancher starts with the same proven Honda engine, the heart of any ATV. A 420cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder design with fuel injection, it’s engineered for the kind of wide, low-revving power an ATV rider wants. And it offers something no other ATV can: Honda’s legendary reliability and efficiency.

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After that, the mix-and-match of features is up to you. We have models with independent rear suspension (IRS) for excellent handling and a superior ride. We also have swingarm/solid-axle models suited to riders who tow a lot, or who want a solid axle’s simplicity of design. Standard manual ATV transmission, our exclusive Electric Shift Program, or Honda’s revolutionary Automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) are all available, as is Electric Power Steering and your choice between two- and four-wheel drive.

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Choosing a Rancher is a no-brainer. Your only real challenge is choosing the right Rancher. And shouldn’t all life’s challenges be that easy

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Available Electric Power Steering (EPS)

Electric Power Steering helps eliminate bump steer and lessens steering effort, especially over rocks, logs and on sidehills. Honda’s system is second to none. There’s no pump, belts, or hoses to fail. Plus you get more boost when you need it: when you’re in four-wheel drive, at lower speeds and in rough conditions.

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Honda Automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission

The Rancher’s Honda Automatic DCT transmission offers strong internals, fast shifts, excellent control, true compression-braking capability in steep terrain, and an automatic program that upshifts and downshifts while you concentrate on riding. It’s one of the best available choices you can make.

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IRS or Swingarm?

The Rancher Automatic DCT with Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) has over 8 inches of travel and 9 inches of clearance. That returns two big benefits: first, it helps ensure constant tire contact with the ground for superior traction; second, it gives you an ultra-smooth ride over rough terrain, so you don’t get beat up on the trail.

FourTrax Recon

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Forget About Bigger. How About Better?

There’s an old saying: It’s not the size of the dog in the fight; it’s the size of the fight in the dog. And that’s certainly true when it comes to the world of all-terrain vehicles. Bigger isn’t always better—like on a tight trail, when it’s time to load and unload, or when it’s time to open up your wallet.

Thank goodness for the Honda Recon—an ATV that gets it. The Recon is a powerful, versatile, rugged ATV, but one that also offers a smaller overall footprint. Its compact size helps you maneuver through tighter trails that would stop some larger ATVs. But the Recon is a powerhouse of an athlete in the welterweight class. Its specially designed 250-class engine is engineered for plenty of low-rpm torque and power, where the real work gets done. It’s two-wheel-drive layout features Honda’s famous longitudinal engine design for more efficient power transfer. And the Recon is even available in two different models: one features our conventional foot-shift ATV transmission, while the Recon ES offers Honda’s Electric Shift Program (ESP), which lets you upshift and downshift using two handlebar-mounted buttons.

The Recon. It’s one of the smartest ATV choices you can make.

Push-Button Shifting.

Shifting between gears should always be this easy. With Honda’s available unique ESP system (ES models only), upshifting and downshifting is as simple and fast as pushing one of two handlebar-mounted buttons. ESP is also a bonus when riding in heavy or mud/snow-covered boots.

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Effortless Electric Starting

When it comes to starting: Turn a key, push a button, and you’re off, even in cold weather. A backup recoil starting system provides added confidence.

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Reverse Mechanism and Parking Brake

Mounted up on the left handlebar along with the parking brake, the Recon’s reverse lever is, simple and easy to use.

Credit: Honda

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