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2009 Honda Big Red

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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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It looks pretty cool. I thought they were going to come out with a 1600cc model at one point.

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I haven't read anywhere of any atvs/utvs going above the 1000CC mark. Besides the Arctic Car which is a true 950 atv, I think it is the largest CC right now.

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I loveeee them! I want one!!! Where'd you find this info??? I want a 2009 400ex.....I can't wait to see what they look like :) :) :)

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It DEFINITELY looks too bulky. The nice thing about the Rhino, Teryx, and RZR are that they all are very sporty. This Honda looks like it's meant for working and nothing else.

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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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I love Honda, but just like the 700XX it is too bulky looking.

It may look bulky but it climbs like a mule!!:yes::yes::yes::wink:

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