2015 Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4
The Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4 is packed with all it needs to keep you out of trouble regardless of what terrain awaits you.
The ATV is propelled by a liquid - cooled OHV, longitudinally mounted single – cylinder, four – stroke engine with a displacement of 475 cc. The engine features PGM-FI and is mated on a five speed transmission with manual clutch. Thanks to its potent engine, the Honda Rubicon FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4 can tow up to 1322 Pounds.
The stopping power is handled by front 190 mm and rear 170 mm hydraulic discs. The ATV rides on aggressive Maxxis tires which can deal great even with the harshest terrains.
The Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4 is offered with a starting price of $7,799.
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2015 Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4
Engine:Liquid-cooled OHV longitudinally mounted single-cylinder four-stroke engine
Energy:Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)
Engineered For Comfort And Confidence - All Day Long.
FourTrax Foreman Rubicon has always been a rider favorite. And here’s the best news: for 2015, the Rubicon is better than ever, with new features and six models that give you a wide variety of choices. Its superior engineering gives you the confidence you need to tackle tough trails, while the Rubicon’s IRS provides day-long ride comfort and excellent traction on uneven ground.
All six Rubicon models share the same 500-class engine as our fourTrax Foreman 4x4—tough, proven, and efficient. Two transmission choices—a tough conventional ATV gearbox (the only manual shift IRS on the market) and our revolutionary automatic dual-clutch transmission—let you choose how you want to get down the trail.
Other new features include improved electric power steering on our EPS models, more comfortable seating, improved reverse controls, new racks with increased cargo capacities, increased towing capacity, an inboard rear disc brake, new tires and wheels, and new Honda Phantom Camo® color choices. There’s even a deluxe model that features red A-arms, springs and black machined, cast aluminum wheels.
2015 Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4 Key Features:
Rubicon Tech Talk
There’s so much new about the 2015 Honda Foreman Rubicon, you’ll want to watch this video several times to take it all in. Find out why the Foreman Rubicon is the most feature-packed, comfortable ATV you can buy.
Independent Rear Suspension
All our 2015 Rubicon models feature a new Independent Rear Suspension (IRS), that gives you a smoother ride and increased traction over uneven terrain.
Honda Automatic DCT
Strong internals, fast shifts, excellent control, true compression-braking capability in steep terrain, and an automatic program the upshifts and downshifts while you concentrate on riding—the Honda automatic dual-clutch transmission (DCT) has it all, including a dual-range Drive/Low transmission, available on our Rubicon DCT, Rubicon DCT EPS, and Rubicon DCT EPS Deluxe models.
Electric Power Steering
Honda’s available Electric Power Steering features sophisticated torque sensors that measure how much force you’re applying and then tailor how much extra assist you need. It’s better than ever this year with revised mounting points that increase stiffness and enhance control. It makes your life way easier, especially when riding over ruts, rocks, logs, or on sidehills.
The Rubicon’s bodywork gives it a new rugged appearance. But it does more than just look good. It’s designed to last, despite the scrapes and dings in the woods or on the job and helps protect you from mud and other debris and to keep looking good as long as you own it.
Accessories as tough as the ATVs they’re on.
When you’re riding the best ATV on the planet, only the best accessories will do—Honda Genuine Accessories. These accessories are designed specifically for your Honda vehicle and feature the same quality and durability you’ve come to expect from Honda.
2015 Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4 Features and Benefits:
The Features You Want. The Quality, Value, and Engineering You Need.
Honda’s six 2015 Rubicon models may look similar, but 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.
The all-new bodywork gives it a tough look. But it does more than just look good: it’s designed to last, despite the scrapes and dings of the job or the woods, and to help protect you from mud and other debris. An all-steel full-coverage front bumper with integrated mounts for an accessory winch.
Front & Rear Preload Adjustable Suspension
Preload adjustable shocks allow you to optimize suspension performance for various load conditions.
New Lantern Style 50W Assist Light
The Rubicon features three headlights, two mounted on the front fenders and one on the handlebar. The 50-watt handlebar light moves with the bar to illuminate the area you choose. All three use multi-reflector lenses for superior light distribution.
Increased ACG Output
Thanks to a new neodymium magnet stator design, the new, more powerful ACG produces more electricity, so you can run more Honda Genuine Accessories.
Honda TraxLok® 2WD/4WD system offers 2WD, 4WD, and 4WD mode with locking front differential to optimize traction. TraxLok system incorporates a Speed Override mode that can be engaged when the front differential is locked, which allows increased wheel speed under severe conditions such as deep mud.
Digital Display with Maintenance Minder
New digital meter display includes a Maintenance Minder system that signals when it is time for service.
New Reverse/Parking Brake Lever
Mounted up on the left handlebar along with the parking brake, the Rubicon’s new reverse lever is tough, simple, and easier to use.
New Dual Range Drive/Low Shifter
Like a full-sized four-wheel-drive truck, Rubicon DCT models feature a drive/low range in its gearbox, so you can choose the perfect gear for crawling over technical terrain, pulling heavy loads, or cruising on smoother trails.
New Maxxis Tires
Designed to work perfectly with the Rubicon’s new Independent Rear Suspension, the Maxxis tires feature an aggressive tread pattern for excellent traction in mud, sand, and rocky terrain.
The available Deluxe models offer cast aluminum wheels with polished highlights, red painted suspension components, and decals. The wheels look sharp, and shave more than seven pounds of unsprung weight.
More Comfortable Seat
For all-day ride comfort there ia a new seat profile, new seat foam and a new “gripper” texture seat cover that add up to give the new 2015 Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon one of the best seats we’ve ever engineered for an ATV.
Transmission Choices: Automatic DCT or Manual
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—the Honda automatic dual-clutch transmission has it all, including a Drive/Low subtransmssion. We also offer a standard, smooth-shifting manual transmission—a Honda exclusive in an IRS machine.
Inboard Rear Disc Brake
Tucked up inboard and out of harm’s way, the Rubicon’s new inboard disc brake reduces unsprung weight and offers improved ground clearance.
Independent Rear Suspension
The Rubicon’s Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) returns two big benefits: First, it helps ensure constant tire contact with the ground for superior traction, and second, it gives you an ultra-smooth ride over rough terrain, so you don’t get beat up on the trail.
Increased Towing Capacity
Got a tough job to tackle? No problem—the Rubicon is up to the task. With a towing capacity that’s been boosted to over 1300 pounds, the new Rubicon can really pull a load.
Increased Rack Capacity
The Rubicon gets re-engineered steel racks for 2015: Front Rack capacity is now a full 99 pounds, and the rear rack can hold up to a whopping 187 pounds. Multiple tie-down points also make it easier than ever to secure your loads.
|Engine Type||Liquid-cooled OHV longitudinally mounted single-cylinder four-stroke engine|
|Bore and Stroke||92.0mm x 71.5mm|
|Ignition||Full transistorized ignition|
|Starter||Electric with optional auxiliary recoil|
|Transmission||Five-speed with reverse|
|Driveline||Direct front and rear driveshafts with TraxLok® and locking front differential|
|Front Suspension||Independent double-wishbone; 7.28 inches travel|
|Rear Suspension||Independent dual-arm; 8.46 inches travel|
|Front Brakes||190mm hydraulic discs|
|Rear Brakes||170mm hydraulic disc|
|Front Tires||25 x 8-12|
|Front Tires||25 x 10-12|
|Seat Height||35.8 inches|
|Ground Clearance||9.4 inches|
|Curb Weight||677 lbs. (includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel-ready to ride)|
|Fuel Capacity||3.9 gallons, including 1.3-gallon reserve|
|Towing Capacity||1322 pounds|
|Emissions||Meets current California Air Resources Board (CARB) off-road emissions standards.|
|Available Colors||Red, Olive|
|Note||No operator under age 16. Honda recommends that all ATV riders take a training course and read their owner’s manual thoroughly.|
|Factory Warranty||One Year, transferable limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan.|
"This ATV is powered by a longitudinally-mounted 475cc liquid-cooled, injected OHV 4-stroke single loaded into a steel frame with plenty of bash plates to protect the belly of the beast on rough ground. Both axles come with direct driveshafts and a TraxLok locking differential in the front, rolling on an independent double wishbone suspension in the front, and an independent dual-arm in the rear."
"Hydraulic brakes take care of the stopping power, while the manual gearboxes offer a 5-speed plus reverse array. Three DCT-equipped versions complement the three manual transmission ones, with 4 of the models offered with Electronic Power Steering (EPS). The luggage racks have been updated for all the trims the FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4 will be available in. The front rack can accommodate 99 lb (45 kg) of gear, while the rear one can load 187 lb (85 kg)." — Autoevolution
"The Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4 has been given an all new bodywork with an all steel front bumper that is fully covered and has a mount for a winch if preferred. It has been given new steel racks that can now carry 99 pounds in the front and 187 pounds in the rear. The Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon 4x4 features a new digital meter display which has a Maintenance Minder system for when it needs to be serviced." — Motorcycle USA