2016 Honda ATVs: New Looks and Features!
Honda released several early 2016 ATVs, and more are on the way. The new models are familiar, but there are some interesting visual changes. The 2016 250X is available in red with white fenders and a red seat, or with white bodywork with a black seat. Both new models have sporty black wheels and black frames. The previous 250X was available only in red, with a less-striking silver frame and wheels. Here’s a look at the new 250X and the other 2016s
The 2016 250X comes in red or white with striking graphics and subtle distinctive touches, like different seat and like different seat and hub colors for the two color hub colors for the two color choices. There are no mechanical choices. There are no mechanical changes for 2016. The 250X is powered by an air-cooled, push-rod, two-valve engine with a manual-shift, five-speed transmission and shaft drive. The 250X’s unique SportClutch can be used as an automatic clutch or manually. The price hasn’t been announced yet. hasn’t been announced yet.
Completely redesigned for 2015 redesigned for 2015 with independent rear suspension (IRS) rear suspension (IRS) and two transmission and two transmission options, a dual-clutch automatic options, a dual-clutch automatic that allows manual push-button shifting or a foot-shift five-speed with that allows manual push-button shifting or a foot-shift five-speed with an automatic clutch, the 2016 Rubicon 500 returns with new color choices. For 2016, the Rubicon Automatic EPS Deluxe is available in white, and the five-speed Rubicon EPS Deluxe is available in black. The 2016 Rubicon starts at $7799. 2016 Rubicon starts at $7799.
Honda’s 2016 Honda’s 2016 Rancher is available in more available in more versions than any other versions than any other sport utility ATV. You can get sport utility ATV. You can get the machine with a dual-clutch automatic that allows manual push-button the machine with a dual-clutch automatic that allows manual push-button shifting, a foot-shift five-speed, IRS or solid-axle rear suspension, and with EPS or standard steering. There’s also a 2WD model. All Ranchers are powered by a liquid-cooled, 420cc, two-valve push-rod powerplant. Prices start at $5199.
The 675cc, 675cc, four-valve, four-valve, push-rod push-rod Rincon is Honda’s Rincon is Honda’s largest 4×4. Its three-speed, largest 4×4. Its three-speed, fully automatic transmission can be manually shifted. 2016 Rincons will have black racks.
For 2016, Honda’s 2WD Recon is 2WD Recon is available in green available in green or red, with push-button or red, with push-button shifting or foot-shift five-speed shifting or foot-shift five-speed transmissions with automatic clutches. The 2016 Recon also gets the new, easier-to-use reverse lever introduced on the Rubicon and Rancher.
With With a foura fourspeed speed transmission transmission and automatic clutch, and automatic clutch, Honda’s 2016 TRX90X gives Honda’s 2016 TRX90X gives riders more control over its performance than youth quads with fully automatic transmissions. The price hasn’t been announced yet.
The solid-axle Foreman 500 is available with a button-shift five-speed button-shift five-speed or a foot-shift five-speed or a foot-shift five-speed with or without power steering. The with or without power steering. The base 2016 Foreman 500 is $7099.