Honda Rolls Out the Pioneer for 2014

Published in the April 2013 Issue April 2013 Powersport News

Now you don’t have to choose between a two-person or four-person side-by-side: The all-new Honda Pioneer boasts an innovative convertible design that allows the two rear seats to fold into the bed. Owners can opt to use the Pioneer with two-seat, three-seat or four-seat configurations.

Best of all, the rear seats fold quickly and easily without the need for tools, and once folded away, the Pioneer’s tilt-bed space can be fully utilized. Long-travel suspension combines a comfortable ride with high-performance handling and helps give the Pioneer the load capacity to haul 1,000 lbs. or tow 1,500 lbs.

It will be available in three colors—red, green and the new Honda-designed and trademarked Honda Phantom Camo.

A full line of more than 50 accessories will also be available when the Pioneer hits Honda’s dealer network later this year.

Key features include:

• Powered by Honda’s proven fuel-injected 700cc class liquid-cooled OHV single-cylinder four-stroke engine that features an automotive-style automatic transmission with hydraulic torque converter, three forward gears and reverse.

• All-new convertible seating design offers the versatility and adjustability of two-, three-, or four-person seating configurations.

• Seating arrangement can be quickly and easily changed thanks to a folding, stow-away rear-seat design, and provides full bed space and tilt function while in the two-person configuration.

• With the overall dimensions of a two-person design, the Pioneer maintains a high level of maneuverability while still being able to seat up to four people.

Long-travel suspension with 7.9 inches in front and 9.1 inches in the rear provides a plush ride with class-leading stability.

• All-new rugged, aggressive and exciting styling.

• Three colors available including red, green and the new Honda-designed and trademarked Honda Phantom Camo.

• The Pioneer’s design incorporates proven Honda technology for legendary Honda reliability.

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