Honda confirmed the return of an array of four-wheel powersports vehicles for the 2021 model year, including two Pioneer multipurpose side-by-sides and four FourTrax multipurpose ATVs. Built at Honda of South Carolina in Timmonsville, South Carolina, these models continue to set standards within their respective categories.
“Honda’s four-wheel lineup has always been about meeting customers’ needs, and the 2021 lineup confirms that,” said Chris Cox, American Honda’s Manager of Experiential Marketing/Public Relations.“Whether it’s tackling a job, having a good time, or a combination of both, our Pioneer and FourTrax models deliver.
Honda said, that Pioneer 1000 and 700 multipurpose side-by-side models offer unmatched versatility.
Honda’s Pioneer 1000 blends comfort, handling and hauling with user-friendly features, making it the industry’s benchmark multipurpose side-by-side and an ideal option for work or play. Featuring a high-tech automatic six-speed Dual Clutch Transmission, the Pioneer 1000 is available in three-person and five-person versions, as well as standard, Deluxe and Limited Edition (LE) variations.
The latter is a five-seater that features adjustable FOX® Quick Switch 3 shocks and smart technology such as hill-start assist, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution and the i-4WD traction-management system, another powersports exclusive that is a direct result of Honda’s automotive-engineering expertise.
Versatility is the name of the game when it comes to the successful Pioneer 700. A midsize multipurpose side-by-side designed for work or play, the Pioneer 700 strikes a balance between size and capability, while still offering standout features to help get the job done.
Two- and four-seat versions are available in standard and Deluxe iterations, the latter touting a mix of eye-catching and performance-enhancing features like painted plastic, aluminum wheels, Electric Power Steering (EPS) and color-matched suspension springs. The Deluxe versions also let drivers switch between automatic and manual shifting. For an added dose of flexibility, the four-seat versions can be converted to a two-seat configuration via Honda’s QuickFlip™ seating. (atv)