ATV Utility Category

2010 Can-Am Outlander 650 EFI

2010 Can-Am Outlander 650 EFI
It isn’t Can-Am’s biggest bore machine, but don’t sell the 650 Outlander short. The new 60 hp twin will outrun many competitors’ big bores. It shares the 800’s chassis, suspension systems, brakes, differential and other features. WHAT’S NEW: The 650’s engine is stronger, plus it gets a...
January 1st, 2010 | Filed under: Can-Am, Utility | Read More

2010 Can-Am Renegade 500 EFI

2010 Can-Am Renegade 500 EFI
The 40 hp Renegade 500 may have 30 less horsepower than its larger namesake, but it’s no slouch. This sporty 4×4 chassis has front and rear “Motion Control” shocks, 25-inch ITP Holeshot ATR tires, a multi-function gauge, a dual A-arm front suspension and independent TTI rear suspension. The...
January 1st, 2010 | Filed under: Can-Am, Sport, Utility | Read More

2010 Can-Am Outlander 500 EFI

2010 Can-Am Outlander 500 EFI
If Can-Am’s Outlander 500 EFI were a boxer, it would be Marvelous Marvin Haggler. Like the famed pugilist, the Outlander 5 is a fierce middleweight with a tremendous heart – in this case, a pulsing 40 hp V-twin. Both are strong yet nimble, good looking but tough. WHAT’S NEW: A new front fascia...
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2010 Can-Am Outlander Max 400 EFI

2010 Can-Am Outlander Max 400 EFI
The entry point to two-passenger touring from Can-Am is not a stripped-down, entry-level machine. It gets a raised, comfortable rear seat, raised passenger footrests and an expanded wheelbase, just like its siblings, without the higher price tag. WHAT’S NEW: A new front fascia cleans up the look of...
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2010 Can-Am Outlander 400 EFI

2010 Can-Am Outlander 400 EFI
It’s like Can-Am said, “We don’t need no stinking carburetors” when it designed the Outlander 400, complete with fuel injection. That’s rare in this displacement class, but so is 32 hp from this tough single. Quality features include 25-inch tires, a Visco-Lok front diff and a high-end gauge....
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2010 Honda FourTrax Rincon

2010 Honda FourTrax Rincon
Once considered a big-bore, by today’s standards Honda’s Rincon models are middleweights. But the Rincon remains Honda’s largest-displacement sport/utility ATV with its 675cc longitudinally-mounted single. SPECIAL OPTIONS: Red, green and camo are the 2010 colors: The base Rincon with Natural Gear...
January 1st, 2010 | Filed under: Honda, Utility | Read More

2010 Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon

2010 Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon
We’re so used to including the Rubicon that a Honda brochure would seem incomplete without one, but there isn’t a 2010 model. Instead, there are 2009 models still available. SPECIAL OPTIONS: Camo adds $350 to the standard model; EPS-equipped GPScape model costs $8,199, or $8,549 in camo. COOL FEATURE:...
January 1st, 2010 | Filed under: Honda, Utility | Read More

2010 Honda FourTrax Foreman 4×4

2010 Honda FourTrax Foreman 4×4
There are no new Honda Foreman models for 2010, but the company has 2009 inventory at its dealers. There are several configurations to the popular Foreman line in either manual or electric shift (ES) controlled by handlebar-mounted push-buttons. SPECIAL OPTIONS: Look for the power steering model ($7,199)...
January 1st, 2010 | Filed under: Honda, Utility | Read More

2010 Honda FourTrax Rancher 4×4 AT

2010 Honda FourTrax Rancher 4×4 AT
A 5-speed transmission fastens to the 420cc liquid-cooled engine in the Rancher AT. The transmission has a fully automatic mode as well as the ESP mode for push-button shifting. Like other product from this company, finish is exceptional and the Rancher is handsome with its integrated brush guard. It’s...
January 1st, 2010 | Filed under: Honda, Utility | Read More

2010 Honda FourTrax Rancher 4×4

2010 Honda FourTrax Rancher 4×4
The mid-sized 2010 Rancher is a dependable, hard-worker that can play well, too. The available electric shift “ES” model is $6,199 and offers push-button controlled shifting. SPECIAL OPTIONS: Our favorite is the power steering (EPS) version ($6,399, $6,599 on the ES model) that minimizes steering...
January 1st, 2010 | Filed under: Honda, Utility | Read More