HISUN FORGE 400 ($4,999)
For a great price, the Hisun Forge 400 has front, independent, dual-A-arm suspension with a single-shock
swingarm in the rear. Hydraulic disc brakes; a CVT, 4x4
system with diff-lock; a liquid-cooled, 393cc, fuel-injected,
four-stroke engine; and machined cast-aluminum wheels
are all standard equipment.
HONDA FOURTRAX RANCHER 4X4 ($6,299–$7,999)
The Rancher line gives you a lot of options to choose
from. Each model has the same 420cc single-cylinder
engine, but you can pick a manual, dual-clutch automatic
or electronic-shifting transmission options. You have the
option of a solid rear axle, or you can pick independent
rear suspension for a smoother ride in rough terrain.
With any of these choices, you get the durability Honda
HISUN FORGE 500/700 ($5,999/$6,999)
Hisun’s Forge 500 and 700 rely on the same body and
frame. The 700 has a 686cc four-stroke engine, while the
Forge 500 has a 471cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine.
Both machines feature CVT transmissions, 4WD with diff-lock, EFI, machined cast-aluminum wheels, handguards
and a winch. There are six color options including camo.
HONDA FOURTRAX FOREMAN 4X4 ($7,199)
The Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 provides a larg-er-displacement 475cc engine over the Rancher line. The
model only comes with a solid rear axle, which is great for
work and can also be fun out on the trails. If you upgrade
to the $8099 Electronic Shifting model, you get push-button shifting and electronic power steering. Wheel-travel
numbers in the suspension are 7. 28 inches, front and rear.
HONDA FOURTRAX FOREMAN RUBICON 4X4 ($8,599–
The Rubicon line utilizes a 475cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine with electronic fuel injection. The 4x4 system
has a front locking differential, and independent rear
suspension is standard. You can upgrade to an auto dual-clutch transmission, add electronic power steering and
purchase the Deluxe model that tows up to 1,322 lb.
HONDA FOURTRAX RINCON ($9,299)
This is one of Honda’s ATV creations that hasn’t changed
much since its inception. The Rincon has a three-speed
transmission with reverse that is paired to a big-bore,
675cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine that is longitudinally mounted in the frame. Independent suspension
wheel-travel numbers are 6. 9 inches up front and 8 inches
in the rear. Hydraulic disc brakes slow this big quad down.