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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-21-2009, 10:44 AM
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You are joking right? "cutting edge of technology", in what genre? While every other manufacture has passed them by with new and innovative ideas, they still stick with the what they want, and not what the customer wants.

Rincon for instance....Great machine, but it lacks power, a locking diff which is not necessary for many people), low gear and engine braking. Aside from displacement, it is the same bike since 2003! How is that cutting edge? The hydrostatic tranny isn't anything spectacular, they have been building tractors with the same setup for years.

Honda Reliability....I can find 5 people with the "Reliable Rancher" that have had major electric shift issues. Some of them have spent over $1000 in service repairs to have the issue fixed multiple times.

Honestly, look at the Big Red. I have been told by some dealers that they never even wanted to start selling these things because they were so ugly. I think I would rather choose the Polaris vintage Golf Cart.

Honda has been riding on the Red H for years. I will give them praise for their great marketing.

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THANK YOU!!!!!... im sick of honda people thinking there honda is THE BEST ATV cause it don't break down!!!...man i'd probaly break the damn thing with a hammer from getting pissed at!.... my uncles old 450 foremen the electric shift screwed up it would only go 5km, and when it moved it STARTED BUCKING!!! like wtf?.... and my biddues 400 atv first week, the electronic shift screwed up but his was easier to fix.. we just had to shut the quad off and turn it back on... he said it screwed up a few more times.... and im sick of honda people ripping on bikes with belts... like holy!... ive never had belt problems... i only now 2 bikes with belt problems.. 800 po po and 650 can am.. and yea i think im done now to

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Hi 3TV, don't change your motor. jest check it out where it is getting problem.
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It's somewhat cool come on... well you have to remember that each car has it's own purpose. Honda admit it's a car from commuter city use... so as long as it serves its purpose without any exaggerated claims of comfort, speed and long-distance cruising it will be fine for most of us for our inter-city commute!


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