2015 Honda FourTrax Rincon
Honda’s ATV program is just getting bigger. Largest vehicle is here and it is 2015 Honda FourTrax Rincon. Its liquid-cooled, 675 cc engine can leave you without breath while driving it everywhere. There are many other cool things on it, such as transmission system and suspension. However, styling is superb too, with big wheels highlighting visual appearance. 25 x 8/12 in front and 25 x 10/12 tires are installed on new Rincon. Other features worth of mentioning are TraxLok, ESP, and for most Honda bikes and ATVs standard feature – programmed fuel injection.
2015 Honda FourTrax Rincon redesign
Since this is biggest all-terrain vehicle in Honda’s lineup, there were enough space for experimenting. First of all, comfort and quality are two most important areas, and ride impression won’t disappoint any rider. However, Japanese manufacturer also includes many innovative improvements that make this ATV better than ever. Good news is that new stator is giving more electrical power, which is crucial to all accessories and features on the 2015 Honda FourTrax Rincon. Standard paintjob is Honda’s Phantom Camo, with also green and red colors available. Maxxis tires offer not just visual impression, but these are also improving performance.
2015 Honda FourTrax Rincon engine
The 2015 Honda FourTrax Rincon is the biggest ATV that company is going to produce this year. For that, big engine is prepared as 675 cc displacement is installed inside it. It is liquid-cooled, OHV semi-dry-sump unit with single-cylinder which is longitudinally mounted. This four-stroke engine is mated to a 3-speed transmission that features hydraulic torque converter. It has three forward gears, reverse, and electronic controls. Cylinder head is new for the ATV and Rincon now has twin-spark-plug cylinder head. With it, ride should be faster and more efficient. Other great feature is O2 sensor and a catalytic converter, which make this vehicle more environmental friendly.
Not to forget to mention that fuel economy is also improved, and new suspensions have some influence in it. Sports and independent double-wishbone suspensions are placed with 6.9 of travel in front, and 8.0 inches in back. Price of this all-terrain vehicle is $9.300 for base models.