Honda has announced its first 2017 models, and there is nothing really new...so far. There are a few color changes, but no new ATV models or real changes to speak of. Below is the breakdown of the 2017 models that have been announced, and the basic information on them. We will continue to watch to see what Honda is going to announces. We have a feeling there is something new on its way so stay tuned.
Honda kicked off the New Year by announcing today that its Red Riders Rewards program has been improved and expanded for 2016, with nearly $7 million in earnings available to Honda racers. This contingency plan covers a number of racing disciplines including supercross, motocross, off-road, road racing, dirt track
Honda has taken it up a notch with the introduction of what is now its flagship side-by-side, the Pioneer 1000. Yes, we said “1000,” and yes, we said “Honda”! This does not seem to be a pure sport side-by-side, but it fits more in the recreation/utility segment. With the 1000 class motor, the Pioneer will dominate this class. There is much to talk about when it comes to this new Pioneer, so here is what you will want to know.
Honda has been extremely busy this year, and for that matter, the last couple of years. New products keep spewing out of Honda like a geyser of powersports heaven. In the last two years alone Honda has released the Pioneer side-by-side and the Pioneer 500. Now they have turned their attention to the ATV market, and their Foreman and Rancher lines.
Well today is a surprise as Honda unveils the newest member of its Pioneer side-by-side family with the 2015 Honda Pioneer 500, and it is a 50-inch width side-by-side at that! With Honda's release of the Pioneer 500, the 50-inch segment of the market truly comes of age with now three manufactures producing 50-inch machines. The Pioneer 500 comes with a 475cc engine, paddle shifters for its electronic 5-speed transmission
Honda shocked the UTV world in the Spring with the announcement of a convertible 2- to 4-seat side-by-side coming out in the Summer for the 2014 model year. We at ATVESCAPE.com took a hard look at the new machine, and it has some unique features. We kept an eye on the news, and then Honda shared they had a two-seat-only version sitting in the wings for release also.
Recently, it has come to our attention how all the Japanese companies such as Honda, Kawasaki, and Yamaha, all have a large presence here is the good ole` United States, with multiple large manufacturing facilities employing hard working Americans. That is awesome in and of itself is a great thing, and those factories being safe is important to say the least. Honda having won an award for excelling in safety is a great thing, and that is exactly an award Honda has been given.
Honda released more news and specs on the Pioneer 700-4 along with the Pioneer 700 two-seat side-by-side yesterday, and we wanted to pass more information to you. It looks like a summer release of both of the new Honda Pioneer 700 models. We also have heard Honda will be halt production of the Big Red, and the Pioneer will be Honda's sole side-by-side/UTV offering. We will bring you more information as we get it.
Honda announced the new Pioneer-4 700 a few months ago, and we have been anxiously awaiting all the information on that machine. Yesterday, Honda announced a two-seat Pioneer 700 to our surprise. Below is all the media information available to us, and we wanted to pass it on immediately to all of you. We will go over the information and do a "First Look" breakdown in the future so stay tuned.
Everyone knew it was a matter of time until Honda introduced a UTV more on the trail side of side-by-side rather than all work and little play like Big Red. Just to be clear, there is nothing wrong with Big Red, but looking at it doesn’t make you want to jump in it, throw it in gear and hit the trails. Big Red makes you want to get work done! Honda has a history of innovation and breaking new ground, but as of late, the question had been posed as to whether or not they were going to play in the arena of
Now you don't have to choose between a two-person or four-person Side-by-Side: The all-new Honda Pioneer™ boasts an innovative convertible design that allows the two rear seats to fold into the bed. Owners can opt to use the Pioneer with two-seat, three-seat or four-seat configurations. Best of all, the rear seats fold quickly and easily without the need for tools, and once folded away the Pioneer's tilt-bed space can be fully utilized. Long-travel suspension combines a comfortable ride with high-performance handling, and helps give the Pioneer the load capacity to haul 1000 pounds or tow 1500 pounds. It will be available in three colors—Red, Green, and the new Honda-designed and trademarked Honda Phantom Camo™. A full line of more than 50 accessories will also be available when the Pioneer hits Honda's dealer network later this year.
First look at the new 2012 Honda Foreman 4X4 EPS from ATV Television
With its superior handling, secure feel and comfortable ride, the all-new Big Red is destined to be the MUV of choice for both utility and recreation. Its multiple patents and numerous automotive-based technology features will separate it from all other category contenders.