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If Honda can produce these quickly enough, there should be a lot of sxs owners who would consider a switch. I'm guessing that red will probably be the more popular of the color options.
 

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If Honda can produce these quickly enough, there should be a lot of sxs owners who would consider a switch. I'm guessing that red will probably be the more popular of the color options.
Just knowing there's a Honda option is more than enough. So what if you have to wait a few more months.
 

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On paper its holding up well to most key rivals and I know that first test drives/reviews will probably shine more light on the big advantages it has over competitors. Interest in this segment has really begun to pick up, so their timing is perfect.
 

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It all comes down to investment which Honda has a lot to put in and a lot they've benefited from with ATV's, along with the patience they're know for in bringing out a solid product. Even with a Talon on my list, I still plan on parking up a FourTrax Rancher next to it.
 

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A lot of people forget that Honda already has ATV's using a DCT and the Four Trax is one of them. I'm surprised that we haven't heard any whispers of a 4 seater variant of the Talon. All other rivals have them.
 

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A lot of people forget that Honda already has ATV's using a DCT and the Four Trax is one of them. I'm surprised that we haven't heard any whispers of a 4 seater variant of the Talon. All other rivals have them.
Slow and steady wins the race... is Honda's motto and it works. Be patient.
 

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In the coming years its a safe bet that Honda will consider both 4 up riders and single seat versions of the Talon if its launch goes well. This could be a very lucrative segment for them if they do everything right.
 

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i hope part of that strategy includes more work related vehicles because companies like CAT are coming up and showing it can be done. ultimately this will open up a new market attracting a wide range of buyers who might not ever considered a vehicle liek this.
but its tough to say what a company should do, i don't know the details or what processes they should follow.
 

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Honda already has the Pioneer that fulfills that need. It's currently one of their best selling products, so I don't think they need to really expand upon it. Anything they are producing for this segment should solely be focused on performance.
 
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