2023 Honda® FourTrax Rincon
If there were a trophy for the most comfortable ATV in anybody’s line, the Honda Rincon would be a shoo in. It all starts with the liquid-cooled 675cc single-cylinder engine—the largest engine in our entire ATV lineup. But what really sets the Rincon apart is its class-leading comfort. We’ve given it long-travel suspension, and both the front and rear are fully independent systems. A smooth-shifting fully automatic transmission, and the Rincon’s longitudinal engine layout get the power to the ground, as does our selectable TraxLok® four-wheel-drive system. Tough bodywork, rugged racks, and typical Honda durability show that just because it treats you like royalty, it’s still rugged enough to get the job done.
Important Safety Information: Recommended for riders 16 years of age and older. Honda recommends that all ATV riders take a training course and read their owner’s manual thoroughly. Not available in California or for California use.
Features may include:
- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
No belts to slip or clutches to wear out on the Rincon—it features an automotive-style three-speed automatic transmission just like a truck’s, so you can depend on it for both a smooth ride and years of trouble-free service.
TraxLok® lets you select either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Two-wheel drive gives you lighter steering on flat ground, while four-wheel drive maximizes available traction when you need it. Choosing between them couldn’t be easier, and you get the best of both worlds.
- INDEPENDENT REAR SUSPENSION (IRS)
The Rincon’s Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) offers two big advantages: First, it helps ensure constant tire contact with the ground for superior traction; second, it gives you an ultra-smooth ride over rough terrain, so you don’t get beat up on the trail.
- SEMI-DRY-SUMP ENGINE DESIGN
Compact and lighter-weight, the Rincon’s overhead-valve, semi-dry-sump design creates an engine that’s shorter from top to bottom. That returns two big benefits: it enhances handling by lowering the engine’s center of gravity, and it also allows for greater ground clearance.