Tag: Fourtrax

Honda Unveils Its 2020 ATV Line

Here comes the 2020s! Honda unveiled its 2020 ATV lineup, which includes important updates to the FourTrax Foreman, Foreman Rubicon and Rancher multipurpose models. Additional multipurpose models making a return are the Recon and Rincon, while the TRX250X and TRX90X sport models also return for 2020. Made in Timmonsville, South Carolina, Honda’s ATV lineup is […] More »

  Comments | By - June 11, 2019

Weekly Used ATV Deal: 2006 Honda TRX450ER

Goodies galore. Winter may be in full swing but your ATV Connection editors are, like always, searching out the good deals on SprocketList to help make some snowy rides a reality. That said, this week’s ad takes us to a place called Newkirk, OK. According to the listing this is a 2006 Honda TRX450ER (electric […] More »

  Comments | By - February 13, 2019

Ask the Editors: Engine Swap Concerns

Close cousins. Dear ATVC: I just bought a 1993 Honda FourTrax 300EX that needs a ton of work; plastics are toast as is the seat and bars. Then found a 1987 FourTrax 250X in really good condition at a reasonable price; less then what new plastics alone would cost. So, My question is this: Will […] More »

  Comments | By - June 18, 2018

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

If we have to have four wheels, might as well allow all of them to drive. Honda was the first to bring 4-wheel-drive to the ATV game in 1986 with their TRX350 4×4. It boasted such modern day features as a limited-slip front differential, a vibration-reducing counterbalancer and a fan-assisted oil cooler as standard equipment. […] More »

  Comments | By - April 13, 2017

Weekly Used ATV Deal: Honda Fourtrax 300

Winter is here- the days are shorter, the nights are colder and your editors are, as always, digging through SprocketList to make some snow riding a reality without breaking the piggy bank. That said, this week’s ad takes us to a place called Stout OH. According to the listing, this is a 1998 Honda Fourtrax […] More »

  Comments | By - November 23, 2016

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