About Honda Side by Sides / UTVs
The Honda Pioneer 1000 features a 3-person contoured bench seat, a multi-function LCD dash display, tilt steering wheel, a rubber-mounted engine and exhaust system to insulate the cabin against excessive vibration, and a self-load-leveling rear suspension.
The Pioneer 500 comfortably seats two, and is only 50 inches wide so you can explore trails with width restrictions. Plus, it fits in a full-sized pickup's bed and has lots of great features like automatic transmission with AT/MT modes. Meanwhile, the Honda Pioneer 700 sits right in the middle of the Pioneer lineup. You can configure it to carry two or four people and can further hone it with trim packages and other features.
Honda Talons are available in both two- and four-seat models. All share the same powerful, Talon-specific high-output engine, quick-shifting Automatic DCT Transmission, and exclusive I-4WD technology. The key differences between the two-seaters? The Talon 1000R has a longer wheelbase, a wider vehicle track, and more suspension travel than the Talon 1000X.