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2009 HONDA BIG RED

Honda enters the MUV (multi-use vehicle) market with a side-by-side machine that leapfrogs the competition to set new standards in utility and recreation. With numerous automotive-based technologies, Big Red features a powerful 675cc OHV liquid-cooled PGM-fuel-injected single-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission with three selectable drive modes plus Reverse, front and rear independent double-wishbone suspension, a roomy cab featuring rubber-mounted bucket seats with adjustable backs, and a specially designed, highly durable, tilting cargo bed. A broad selection of Honda Genuine Accessories will also be offered.

Big Red

KEY FEATURES

- Powerful OHV, liquid-cooled, PGM-fuel-injected 675cc, mid-engine design.

- Automatic transmission with Reverse.

2009 Honda Big Red in Camo

- Three selectable drive modes.

- Front and rear independent double-wishbone suspension for an impressively smooth comfortable ride.

- Roomy cab and rubber mounted bucket seats with adjustable backs designed to comfortably fit a wide range of body types and reduce fatigue on long drives.

Specially designed, high durability, tilting cargo bed

- Specially designed, high durability, tilting cargo bed.

- Wide variety of Honda Genuine Accessories.

- Summer 2008 release. More information to come soon!

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Like I said to you before Roody"Don't knock it until you buy it!" Not everbody wants a 10 grand toy. Check out the pictures at Image hosting, free photo sharing & video sharing at Photobucket .They also show the off road capabilities of the Polaris (workhorse)Ranger. They do a lot better that Dirtwheels give them credit for. Just don't judge a book by its cover.

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