The cluster on the Honda Rancher tells you what
gear you are in, your speed, how much gas you
have left and more.
The left side of the handlebar holds the electronic button shifters, the
reverse lever, the start and stop functions, the lights and a brake lever.
There is a switch on the right handlebar that changes the transmission
from auto to manual shifting mode.
Honda makes great utility quads
that know how to have fun as well.
The Rancher line has a model for
everyone—from the base two-wheel-drive model that costs
$5299 all the way to the Phantom
Camo edition that we tested
for $8,449. You can go to www.
powersports.honda.com to check
out Honda’s full lineup of ATVs,
motorcycles, UTVs and more. You
can also go to your nearest Honda
dealer to see them in person! ❏