2018 Honda Pioneer 500

The 2018 Honda Pioneer 500 is the entry model for UTV lineup. These vehicles are also called side-to-side, or SxS. The UTV is an excellent choice for off-road adventures. However, there is no too much power from this model, so it is suitable for rookies in the segment. The Pioneer 500 can take two persons. Also, it leaves enough room for cargo. This is a major advantage of the UTV vehicles over ATV. For example, Honda Rancher is more suitable for races and drive, while with UTV you can tow something with you.

2018 Honda Pioneer 500

2018 Honda Pioneer 500 specs

The capability of the every utility-terrain vehicle depends on its engine. However, other details such as suspension and brakes are making differences between models. The 2018 Honda Pioneer 500, as an entry-level vehicle has the least potent drivetrain. It is a 475 cc 4-stroke unit with single cylinder and liquid cooling. Furthermore, Pioneer 500 offers full-transistorized ignition with electronic advance. On the other side, induction type is electronically programmed fuel injection. Automatic transmission and with manual mode is mated to an engine. Five speeds and reverse offers paddle shifting.

2018 Honda Pioneer 500 cargo

2018 Honda Pioneer 500 equipment

The 2018 Honda Pioneer 500 can look better to look better. So, every buyer can purchase a cover. Also, the Pioneer 500 UTV is available in 3 colors. Red is the default, and olive is an alternative. The Phantom Camo is a special paint job by Honda. Furthermore, this vehicle offers plenty of accessories for boosting the visual appearance and protection. Cab and cargo area have unique frames and covers. Cargo can get upgrades with a box or tray. Exterior upgrades include special light bars, horns, and backup alarms. Drivers can also make a cabin with soft or hard top, as well as with side and rear fabric covers.

2018 Honda Pioneer 500 front

2018 Honda Pioneer 500 price and warranty

The base model of 2018 Honda Pioneer 500 in red color and without extras costs $9,000. Phantom Camo color scheme makes it cost $600 more. With upgrades, it easily goes over $10,000. The company offers a year of the warranty period. Also, more coverage comes from a Honda Protection Plan.

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