Meet the 2014 Honda TRX400X. There aren’t any significant upgrades for the 2014 model year except for a new set of graphics which give it a slightly more aggressive appearance.

As far as power is concerned, this agile ATV is propelled by a 397cc, RFVC, air-cooled, dry-sump single-cylinder four-stroke engine which is brought to life by an electric starter. The engine is mated to a five speed transmission with reverse and manual clutch.

The Honda TRX400X rides on front independent double-wishbone suspensions with Showa shocks with five-position spring preload adjustability and rear Pro-Link fully adjustable single Showa Shock.

Apart from the long travel suspensions, the 2014 Honda TRX is also equipped with a set of Knobby radial tires that measure 22 X 7-10 up front and 20 X 10-9 out back.

The 2014 Honda TRX400X will be available in showrooms since December 2013.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2014 Honda TRX400X.

  • 2014 Honda TRX400X
  • Year:
  • Make:
  • Engine:
    RFVC air-cooled dry-sump single-cylinder four-stroke
  • Transmission:
  • Energy:
  • Displacement:
    397 cc


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This One Was Born Ready.

Availability: December, 2013. Relentless. Tireless. Tenacious. There are plenty of things you can say about the Honda TRX400X, but to fully understand it, you have to experience it. That’s because underneath the race-style bodywork lies everything the warrior ATV rider needs, starting with the SOHC, 397cc, air-cooled, dry-sump RFVC (Radial Four-Valve Combustion Chamber) engine. Then there’s the triple-disc brakes. Baja-ready Pro-Link® suspension with long travel. Standard reverse and all the reliability you’d expect from a Honda. We’ve even given it all-new graphics for an even more aggressive look.

So if you’re looking for high-performance ATV that delivers the power, comfort and dependability you need to tackle any terrain all day long, look no further than the Honda TRX400X.

Important Safety Information
For highly experienced riders only; no operator under age 16. Honda recommends that all ATV riders take a training course and read their owner’s manual thoroughly.

2014 Honda TRX400X Key Features:

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The Heart Of A Competitor.

Within the TRX400X’s engine lies a Radical Four-Valve Combustion Chamber, ensuring an efficient flow of maximum torque and horsepower.

Look The Part.

New graphics give this competition-hungry ATV an even more imposing look, while the suspension and rider ergonomics help you dominate all day long.

2014 Honda TRX400X Features and Benefits:

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Heavy-Duty Clutch

Not just a motorcycle clutch in an ATV engine, the TRX400X’s heavy-duty clutch has 2mm-thick plates that are specially designed to stand up to sport-ATV demands.

Triple Disc Brakes

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Featuring excellent stopping power and superior feel and feedback, these triple disc brakes (two front, one rear) also run cool. An aluminum rear caliper stay also helps shave weight.

Skidplate Protection

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High-impact plastic skidplates protect engine cases, rear-brake disc and drive sprockets from the trials of the trails. It’s all part of Honda’s attention to detail and why your TRX400X is designed to be trouble-free.


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Some other big singles beat you up with vibration and buzz, but not the TRX400X. A gear-driven counterbalancer minimizes engine vibration for smooth operation.

High-Performance 397cc Engine

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Radial Four-Valve Combustion Chamber (RFVC), the same design that powered the bulletproof XR400R, ensures maximum combustion efficiency and horsepower. Camshaft timing developed specifically to meet ATV requirements for torque and useable horsepower.

Snorkel-type Airbox

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If you sometimes ride in less-than-ideal conditions, you’ll appreciate the TRX400X’s snorkel-type airbox. Designed to help your engine avoid contamination from water and dirt, you’ll keep going while your buddies are stuck.

Cast-Aluminum Swingarm

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One-piece cast-aluminum swingarm is a specially designed piece that optimizes strength, rigidity and durability, but that is still light and which helps reduce unsprung weight.

Competition-Spec Suspension and Chassis

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Pro-Link® rear suspension features a one-piece cast-aluminum swingarm and fully adjustable large-diameter aluminum-body piggyback Showa® shock delivering 9.1 inches of travel. Triple disc brakes feature superb stopping power and a weight-saving aluminum rear caliper stay.


Engine Type RFVC air-cooled dry-sump single-cylinder four-stroke
Displacement 397cc
Bore And Stroke 85.0mm x 70.0mm
Induction 38mm piston-valve with accelerator pump
Ignition CD with electronic advance
Starter Electric
Clutch Manual
Transmission Five-speed with reverse
Driveline O-ring-sealed chain
Front Suspension Independent double-wishbone with Showa® shocks, five-position spring preload adjustability; 8.2 inches travel
Rear Suspension Pro-Link® fully adjustable single Showa shock; 9.1 inches travel
Front Brakes Dual hydraulic 174mm discs
Rear Brake Single 220mm disc
Front Tires 22 x 7-10 knobby radial
Rear Tires 20 x 10-9 knobby radial
Length 71.7 inches
Width 45.5 inches
Height 44.0 inches
Wheelbase 47.9 inches
Seat Height 32.9 inches
Ground Clearance 4.1 inches
Turning Radius 10.5 feet
Curb Weight 408 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel ready to ride)
Fuel Capacity 2.6 gallons (including 0.4-gallon reserve)
Note For highly experienced riders only; no operator under age 16. Honda recommends that all ATV riders take a training course and read their owner’s manual thoroughly.
Available Colors Red
Warranty One year
Price TBA

There aren’t any major upgrades for the 2014 model year, so it is technically the same as the previous model.

The good part is that it didn’t needed any big improvements, as it is considered by many one of the best machines in its class. It’s reliable, strong, comfortable and easy to handle so what more could you ask of it?

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