2021 Honda FourTrax Recon
With refreshed styling, Honda’s smallest, most maneuverable multipurpose ATV is a bigger value than ever for 2021. Updates to the fenders, front grille and headlights give the FourTrax Recon a classy new look, while the reliable, efficient, air-cooled 229 cc engine has ample power and torque. A swingarm system and single shock handle rear-suspension duties, and cargo can be hauled on steel front and rear racks. Available in both manual foot-shift and ESP® push-button shift versions, the Recon is ready for hard work or fun trail rides.
The Rancher AT is the best Racnher in Honda’s lineup. Its strongest assets are represented by the special mix of features that make it easier to maneuver on any type of dirt.
At the heart of the ATV sits a 420cc, liquid-cooled, OHV semi-dry-sump, longitudinally mounted single-cylinder four-stroke engine which features Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI). Moreover, the Honda FourTrax Rancher AT IRS has received a revolutionary twin-clutch five-speed automatic transmission that offers superior shifting performance. This transmission gives you the possibility to choose between two shifting modes namely either fully-automatic, or via Honda’s push-button Electric Shift Program (ESP).
Other features that make the Honda FourTrax Rancher AT IRS unique among its other siblings is the plush Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) system and the Electric Power Steering (EPS).
The 2014 Honda FourTrax Rancher AT IRS comes with a base price of $7,099.
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Compact but strong, the Honda FourTrax Recon is a tough ATV that is able to deal well enough even with the tougher terrains.
This 2WD ATV is propelled by a 229 cc, air-cooled, OHV, longitudinally mounted, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the ATV is offered with a choice of two transmissions. The first one is a conventional foot-shift transmission, while the second is Honda’s Electric Shift Program (ESP) which gives you the possibility to thumb-shift using two handlebar buttons.
For enhanced practicality, the ATV is equipped with front and rear steel cargo racks which allow payloads of 33 and 66 pounds, respectively.
The Honda FourTrax Recon weighs 432 pounds (wet) and is fitted with a 2.9 gallons fuel tank.
As far as prices are concerned, the Honda FourTrax Recon can be yours for no less than $3,949 and comes with 1 year limited warranty.
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The Honda FourTrax is one of the toughest ATVs designed by the Japanese company and for 2014 it just became even better.
At the heart of the 2014 Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 lies the same 475 cc, liquid cooled, OHV, longitudinally mounted, single cylinder four -stroke engine which is kept in leash by a five speed transmission with reverse. For the 2014 model year, the engine has been slightly tweaked to deliver a better fuel efficiency. The unit is fed by a generous 3.9 Gallons (including 1.3-Gallon reserve).
Another significant improvement made for the new model is the fresh chassis which features a revised suspension stroke. You also get a new front differential lock and redesigned bodywork.
As far as prices are concerned, the Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 can be yours for no less than $ 7,099.
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Honda revealed the 2014 iteration of its FourTrax Rancher ATVs. The new version received a comprehensive list of style and technical improvements which make it significantly better than its predecessor.
For the starters, Honda revamped the 420 cc, liquid cooled engine which now delivers a better fuel efficiency. Like always, the single-cylinder engine is mounted longitudinally in the chassis to eliminate as many unnecessary right-angle powertrain directional changes as possible.
Apart from the improved engine, Honda has also changed the entire frame and also modified the suspensions which now offer a longer wheel travel.
The rider’s comfort wasn’t forgotten either, and Honda’s engineers have improved the ATV’s seat and optimized the Electric Power Steering (EPS).
You also get a bigger fuel tank, a new bodywork and fresh color options.
The 2014 Honda FourTrax Rancher is offered with a base price of $5,199.
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If you love wild adventures, strong engines and grippy tires then you’ll certainly like the 2014 Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon.
The ATV weighs 640 Lbs and is powered by a 499 cc, liquid cooled, OHV, dry sump, longitudinally mounted, single cylinder, four stroke engine which is kept in leash by a fully automatic transmission. The engine rewards you with a generous amount of torque helping you deal effortless even with the toughest terrains. The four stroke unit is fed by a generous 4.0 Gallons fuel tank (including 0.7-gallon reserve).
For enhanced agility you also get adjustable front and rear suspensions as well as Honda’s Electric Power Steering which comes with a set of high tech torque sensors that measure how much extra assist you need.
The Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon is offered with a base price of $7,999.
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The 2014 Honda FourTrax Rincon is a tough ATV equipped with the latest technologies developed by the Japanese manufacturer.
The ATV is built around a 675cc, liquid-cooled, OHV, semi-dry-sump, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine which is mounted longitudinally for a better balance. The unit features Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) and sends its power to the ground via an automatic with hydraulic torque converter.
To be able to deal with any terrain without baking down, the Honda FourTrax Rincon needed a set of rugged tires. Therefore it comes with grippy 25 X 8-12 front and 25 X 10-12 rear radial tires.
You also get front and rear independent double-wishbone suspensions that offer 6.9 inches of travel up front and 8.0 Inches travel out back.
As far as prices are concerned, the 2014 Honda FourTrax Rincon can be yours for no less than $9,199.
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Thanks to its tough construction, the Honda FourTrax Rancher is able to deal effortless with anything you throw at it.
In its off road adventures the Honda FourTrax Rancher is helped by a 420cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, OHV wet-sump, longitudinally mounted, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine. The engine’s power is kept in check by a five-speed transmission with Reverse.
Perhaps it goes without saying that the Honda FourTrax Rancher gives you the possibility to easily select between 2WD and 4WD modes via a front-panel-mounted lever.
As far as suspensions are concerned, the ATV features an independent double-wishbone configuration up front (6.3 inches of wheel travel) and a rear swingarm with single shock (6.3 inches of wheel travel).
It is also worthy of being mentioned that the ATV rides on massive 24 x 8-12 front and 24 x 10-11 rear tyres.
The Honda FourTrax Rancher is offered with a starting price of $5,149.
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Honda is already famous for its reliability and each model in its lineup further enhances its reputation. The FourTrax Rancher AT makes no exception and delivers great overall performances together with first class ergonomics and efficiency.
In terms of power, the Honda FourTrax Rancher AT is propelled by a tough 420 cc, liquid cooled, OHV, semi-dry-sump, longitudinally mounted, single cylinder, four stroke engine mated on a convenient automatic five speed transmission with twin clutch.
To help you tackle any track with maximum agility, the Honda FourTrax Rancher AT is equipped with a useful Electronic Power Steering (EPS) and a capable Independent Rear Suspension (IRS).
The Honda FourTrax Rancher AT’s speed is kept under control by a front dual hydraulic disc paired with a rear single hydraulic disc.
The 2013 Honda FourTrax Rancher AT is offered with a starting price of $ 7099.
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The Honda FourTrax Recon was created from Honda’s desire to build a compact, efficient and tough ATV. Moreover, the Honda FourTrax Recon is also pretty cheap as it comes at pretty affordable price rated at $3949.
In terms of power the Honda FourTrax Recon is equipped with a 229cc, air cooled, OHV longitudinally, mounted, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine which is linked to a five speed transmission with reverse mode. There is also available the optional Electric Shift Program (ESP) technology that lets you shift using two handlebar-mounted buttons.
In its off road adventures, the Honda FourTrax Recon is also helped by a set of rugged suspensions. Up front you’ll find an independent double wishbone setup (5.1 inches travel), while out back there is swingarm with single shock (4.9 inches travel).
The stopping power is assured by front and rear drum brakes.
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If you love to mix your outdoor adventures with four wheels and a strong engine, then you’ll certainly like the Honda FourTrax Rincon.
The ATV is propelled by a 675cc, liquid-cooled, OHV, semi-dry-sump, longitudinally, mounted single-cylinder four-stroke engine with Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) that delivers smooth and powerful performance helping you to deal effortless even with the toughest terrains. The engine’s power is sent to the ground through an innovative, automotive-style, three-speed automatic transmission.
The engine is fed by a generous 4.4 gallons fuel tank (including 1.2-gallon reserve) that offers a pretty decent riding range.
The ATV rides on front and rear independent double-wishbone suspensions that offer 6.9 and 8.0 inches of wheel travel respectively.
Needless to say, that the ATV also offers you the possibility to change between 2WD and 4WD modes thanks to the easy-to-use TraxLok system.
The Honda FourTrax Rincon is offered with a starting price of $9,199.
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The Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon is a strong and practical ATV developed to tackle any type if terrain with poise.
At the heart of the Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon lies a 499cc, liquid-cooled, OHV dry-sump, longitudinally mounted, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine that offers a tremendous amount of torque being able to deal effortless with anything you’ll throw at it.
The engine is mated on the innovative Hondamatic continuously variable, automatic transmission that is perfectly suited for the needs of a rugged ATV.
To offer a hassle free riding experience, Honda equipped its FourTrax Foreman Rubicon with an Electric Power Steering system that features sophisticated torque sensors to offer the perfect amount of extra assist.
You also get a pretty sporty suspension setup that consists of front independent double-wishbone suspensions paired with a rear Swingarm with dual shock absorbers.
The Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon is offered with a starting price of $7,999.
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Like all FourTrax models, the Foreman 4x4 features a tough character and puts performance and reliability on the first place.
Needless to say that thanks to its unstoppable personality, the Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 can deal effortless with anything you throw at him.
At the heart of the Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 lies a 475cc, liquid-cooled, OHV, longitudinally mounted, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine that sends power to the wheels through a modern five speed transmission with reverse.
Thanks to the strong engine, the Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 can tow a maximum load of 850-pound with a rack capacity of 66 pounds up front and 133 pounds in the rear.
To be easier to maneuver in tight spaces, the ATV is also equipped with Honda’s modern Electric Power Steering (EPS).
The 2013 Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 is currently available at a starting price of $6999.
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All-terrain vehicles are always a fun way to escape during the weekend. Getting lost in a trail and just blasting off in just about every imaginable direction is a perfect way to unwind after a look week’s worth of work.
Suppose that picture just made you want to buy your own ATV, Honda’s new FourTrax Rincon with GPScape is about as good a choice as you can have. The ATV is powered by a 675cc liquid-cooled OHV semi-dry-sump longitudinally mounted single-cylinder four-stroke engine that delivers ample torque and exceptional performance on all terrains. The engine is mated to an automotive-style automatic ATV transmission that draws power through a hydraulic torque converter to drive three forward gears and reverse.
The FourTrax Rincon also features Honda’s fully independent ATV rear suspension for comfortable cruising over the toughest terrain and carries extensive weight-saving measures to keep the ATVs weight down. Among the items included to keep it as light as possible include the use of aluminum on the forged front upper control arms, rear upper and lower control arms, rear knuckles, and the front and rear wheels.
The ATV comes with a number of color schemes, including the popular Natural Gear Camouflage to go with the existing Red and Olive colors, as well as a new Blue paint finish.
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The Honda FourTrax Rincon has been one of the most popular ATVs for a reason. Since it was first introduced, it ushered in a new generation of sporty ATVs that offered an exceptional combination of looks, power, and handling characteristics and were considered the best of their kind on the market.
For the 2011 model, Honda further improved the Rincon to offer superior characteristics, including the extensive use of weight-saving measures with the use of aluminum for the following components: forged front upper control arms, rear upper and lower control arms, rear knuckles, front and rear wheels. The ATV also has a new multi-function LCD digital instrumentation that features large readouts for gear-selector position, speedometer, odometer, resettable tripmeter, and hourmeter/clock. Likewise, an instrument housing includes LEDs for Drive, Neutral, Reverse, temperature warning, and FI warning indicator while a fuel gauge and low-fuel warning light located within the instrument housing comes as standard equipment.
The FourTrax Rincon is powered by a 675cc liquid-cooled OHV semi-dry-sump longitudinally mounted single-cylinder four-stroke engine that’s mated to an automotive-style Honda automatic transmission that features a hydraulic torque converter, three hydraulic clutches and an Electronic Control Module (ECM) system. At its core, the FourTrax Rincon was built with a rugged steel perimeter frame and four-wheel independent suspension. The ATV uses an independent rear suspension with a double-wishbone design and features forged-aluminum knuckles. The simple suspension set-up allows the ATV to maintain rear wheel alignment, further reducing unsprung weight and contributing to a more responsive overall handling.
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The Honda FourTrax Rancher is a customizable heaven for ATV customers. Not only does it offer a choice of transmission between a fully automatic version or an Electronic Shift program that allows for push-button shifts on command, it also offers a steady mix of solid engines with wide torque bands, a sturdy chassis, and an excellent suspension set-up.
In terms of the powertrain, the FourTrax Rancher comes with a dependable 420cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine that comes with either a Honda automatic five-speed transmission featuring auto-shifting or a manual shifting push-button featuring Honda’s very own Electric Shift Program. On top of that, the ATV was also built using a rugged frame and suspension set-up that provides an exceptional 9.1" of ground clearance. Meanwhile, the independent double-wishbone front suspension uses premium shock absorbers to provide 6.3" of wheel travel for a plush, comfortable ride while also minimizing geometry variations, maintaining rear wheel alignment, and contributing to more responsive overall handling.
Overall, the Honda FourTrax Rancher is considered one of the best ATVs in the market, thanks to its impressive blend of innovation, sophistication, and hard-working credentials. Add that with the company’s aggressive ATV technology and you have an ATV that delivers premium performance while also providing one of the best values for your hard-earned money.
There’s a reason why the FourTrax Rancher has been one of the best-selling line of ATVs in America. The plethora of new features on the 2012 model only adds to the model’s ever-increasing popularity amongst ATV fans in the land.
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Over the years, Honda’s FourTrax Foreman series of 4x4 ATVs have proven to be versatile, effective both for work and pleasure. For the 2012 model, Honda ups the ante with their popular 4x4 ATVs, adding a brand-new liquid-cooled 475cc single-cylinder OHV four-stroke engine with a new fuel injection system. These additions not only add powerful capabilities to the Foreman, but also adds to the ATVs overall performance package.
In addition to the new engine, the 2012 FourTrax Foreman also has a new, rugged and tough looking body work with an all new chassis and suspension set-up that dramatically improves the ATV’s comfort, precision. and handling capabilities. Add all of those elements together and you have a package that offers one of the best ATV rides on the market today. The fact that it’s built by Honda is only another indication of the ATV’s world-class capabilities.
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The FourTrax Foreman series is one of the most impressive 4x4 ATVs offered by Honda, and for 2012, the Foreman has received a brand-new liquid-cooled 475cc single-cylinder OHV four-stroke engine that is powerful enough to take on those extra-tough jobs. The ATV also has a new body styling that is tough, rugged, and more aggressive featuring large oversized front and rear fenders for exceptional mud and splash protection.
The introduction of a new fuel injection system with 36mm throttle body for instant throttle response, consistent performance at high altitude, and hassle-free cold-weather starting adds to the Foreman’s performance package. New rugged and tough looking body work adorns the rolling chassis that has been re-engineered as well, featuring an all-new and lighter rear suspension system incorporating a single, high-quality shock for increased comfort, precision, and work capabilities. The ATV also has a shorter wheelbase for agile handling and a tighter turning radius. The 2012 Foreman has received a softer seat and more open rider triangle (Bars/Seat/Pegs) that, when combined with the new suspension, will offer better ride quality.
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