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You can tell just how much thought Honda has put into the cockpit design of the Talon from the newly released photos. Its got wide, weather resistant sports seats that are adjustable and come standard with three point seatbelts. There is also a full center console and the symmetrical layout allows for easy viewing by both the driver and passenger.
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Having been in the Polaris Slingshot (my buddy owns one) and liking its more automotive style cabin, which is similar to the Talon, I couldn't be happier. Honda did a great job. However I would prefer a more monotone interior, too many colors for me.
 

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Love the cabin design on the Talon and I think its one of its biggest strengths. Just hope that those half doors aren't going to allow for tons of mud and grime to work its way inside. Should be easy enough to hose out.
 

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I would like to see more automotive influence because as the years go on owners will be looking for more ways to stay connected going from home, to their pick up and finally to their side-by-side on the trail.
 

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What more automotive influence could you hope for in a sxs that's already using a DCT? And I think the fact that the whole gauge cluster has been centralized, makes it just as engaging for the passenger.
 

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The whole point of these machines is to become disconnected for awhile and just enjoy the outdoors. The less electronics the better imo, as that's only going to lead to more problems down the line.
 

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I have a RZR now and love the 6 point harnesses. They call it "Click-6 Harness" Item number 2882244 in which the shoulder straps have retractors. Is there a way to run these in a Talon?
 
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