Tag: Rancher

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Let the sky be your guide. The first ATV to come with integrated GPS navigation from the factory was from Honda over 10-years ago. The 2004 FourTrax Rancher AT GPSCAPE recognized the value of global positioning and probably couldn’t have predicted a few years later that nearly everyone of us would have GPS tracking in […] More »

  Comments | By - May 11, 2017

Ask the Editors: Honda Shift Sensor Help

Tough to sense this sensor. Dear ATVC: I have a 2012 Honda 420 Rancher ES. Where is the shift angle sensor? Is it part of the shift motor? Thanks. marstonk Check out the following schematic for an idea of the location on your machine: Contrary to how the name makes it sound, the shift angle […] More »

  Comments | By - April 30, 2017

Here Come the 2017 Honda ATVs

Honda’s initial announcement of the 2017 powersports model year involves a number of ATV products, including the highly popular Rancher lineup, the large-displacement Rincon, the versatile Recon and the sporty TRX250X. For 2017, several of these models are refreshed with new color options. “ATVs remain an important product category for us, so we’re pleased to […] More »

  Comments | By - May 10, 2016

Weekly Used ATV Deal: Clean Honda Rancher 4×4

Winter is here but the grass is still green for much of the country. Your editors, as always, are digging through SprocketList to make some off-season riding a reality without breaking the piggy bank. That said, this week’s ad takes us to a place Tempe, AZ. According to the listing this is an extra clean […] More »

  Comments | By - January 13, 2016

Honda Announces 2016 Line

In Honda’s first powersports announcement of the new model year, America’s top-selling ATV manufacturer revealed a number of exciting and full-featured ATVs for 2016. With a proven record of quality and reliability, Honda ATVs have consistently been the top choice among U.S. customers to fulfill their recreational and utility needs. The Foreman Rubicon, FourTrax Rincon […] More »

  Comments | By - March 26, 2015

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