We can have just as much fun driving sport utility UTVs as we do the
high-performance ones. It’s all relative
to what your friends are driving along
with you. Having a full cargo bed makes
them more useful for long-distance
Like the other two machines, the
Viking features dual A-arms on all
four corners. Travel numbers are 8.1
inches all the way around.
A completely restyled bodywork,
lower seat height and larger dump
bed are sure to set this machine apart
from its predecessor. On the downside, the Viking is tough to load in the
back of a pickup truck. At 62 inches
wide, it’s a tight squeeze in our truck.
The Viking is available with or without EPS, and in red, blue, green and
RealTree Camo. The EPS model we
tested starts at $12,499. Camo adds
$750. You can save $1000 by leaving
off the EPS.
The third passenger in the Honda has to sit in one of the back jumper seats. This
feature is handy but reduces cargo room. A tall passenger will fit but will be a little
cramped at the feet area.