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The Pioneer 700-4 - Honda's All New 2014, Four Passenger SXS

Discussion in 'General Pioneer 700 Discussion' started by admin, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. admin

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    The Pioneer 700-4 features the industry's first convertible rear seating design that offers the convenience and versatility of switching between two, three, or four person seating configurations, and provides full bed space and tilt function while in the two-person configuration.

    In addition, the all-new look of the Pioneer 700-4 features new rugged styling and your choice of three colors, Red, Olive or the all-new Honda Phantom Camo™, designed by Honda. The Pioneer 700-4's proven 700-class engine, and durable automotive-style automatic transmission with a heavy-duty torque converter will get you and your passengers where you need to go. And its 1000-pound cargo capacity or 1500-pound towing capacity will get your gear there, too.

    The Pioneer 700-4's long-travel suspension features 7.9 inches (front) and 9.1 inches (rear) of travel for enhanced comfort and capability.

    Designed, developed, and expertly built in the U.S., the Pioneer 700-4 will also be affordable and durable. In addition, standard passenger doors, nets, and headrests assist in providing a secure ride. The new Pioneer 700-4, the first of a new breed.

    In addition, there'll be a full line of Honda Genuine Accessories and Honda Signature Accessories that will allow you to add functionality and style to your vehicle, including tops, doors, windscreens, a winch, a snow plow, lights and more.

    Engine Type
    675cc liquid-cooled OHV single-cylinder four-stroke
    Bore And Stroke
    102mm x 82.6mm
    Compression Ratio
    9.2:1
    Induction
    Electronic fuel injection (PGM-FI), 40mm throttle body
    Ignition
    Full-transistorized type with electronic advance
    Cargo Capacity
    1,000 lbs.
    Towing Capacity
    1500 lbs.
    Transmission
    Automotive-style with hydraulic torque converter; three forward gears and Reverse; three drive modes: 2WD, 4WD, and 4WD with front differential lock
    Ground Clearance
    10.5 Inches
    Front Suspension
    Independent double-wishbone; 7.9 Inches
    Rear Suspension
    Independent double-wishbone; 9.1 Inches
     

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  2. catman

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    Re: Honda's All New 2014, Four Passenger SXS - The Pioneer 7

    What does anyone think the pioneer FAMILY will consist of ia'm thinking of mayber a smaller 500 with the rubicon tranny, and hopefully a larger sport ute 2 seater with some kind of twin cylinder 800-900cc to compete with the likes of tne commander and john deer 850 rsx ect. Lets hear your thoughts and opinions!!!
     
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    Re: Honda's All New 2014, Four Passenger SXS - The Pioneer 7

    Ya that would be awesome. Diffidently needs a sport version, Twin cylinder would be great. Honda needs to do something to get into this game... It was a shame Honda was left in the dust during the SXS movement... Now that there growing up... its time to step forward and rule the pack. I'm excited... I cant wait. :p
     

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