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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-27-2015, 10:10 AM Thread Starter
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New Honda Pioneer 1000-5 UTV

This new Honda 1000 UTV would be my ride of choice. Sounds like a good versatile machine. I would love one for both work/play.

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Would love to see the dimensions. Their site doesn't list them.
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Would love to see the dimensions. Their site doesn't list them.
And a price, but I'd like to take one for a ride.

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I figure the dimensions would be similar to the Pioneer 700-4. It doesn't look overly big for being a 4/5 seater. Looks like it would still be able to fit in my toyhauler. And the 700-4 base price is around $11,700 if I'm not mistaken. So the 1000 will be more than that. Hopefully not much more, but I fear it will be. I'm guessing it will be at least $14k-$15k since it does have some refinements over the 700.

Not like it is going to matter for me anyways. My wife would have a cow if she even thought I was looking at a different machine...

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And a price, but I'd like to take one for a ride.
The new honda no matter the price in a 1000 version,is gonna be a big seller,our local honda shops cant even keep a 500 or 700 sxs in stock........i really think this is gonna hurt the Teryx -4

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"IF" I was actually able to buy a new SxS the new Honda 1000-5 and Teryx-4 would be the top two on my list to try. In big part due to their smaller dimensions for being a 4/5 seater. Maybe I'll start having to be real nice to the wife over the next year....

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"IF" I was actually able to buy a new SxS the new Honda 1000-5 and Teryx-4 would be the top two on my list to try. In big part due to their smaller dimensions for being a 4/5 seater. Maybe I'll start having to be real nice to the wife over the next year....
Shane I dont think you would be happy with the T-Rex at the dune's top speed is only around 50 mph,and not a lot of power in reverse if you are in deep mud for some reason.......but it would make a good all around machine,I think A/C Needs to make a Prowler-4 in a 1000,the prowler sales are dropping every year and there full sport models are on the rise..I really think if A/C made a prowler-4 in a 700 version it would not be powerful enough,my 650 only had 30 to 35 hp i think the 700 has 38 hp and the T-Rex 800 has 45 to 47........cant wait to see the numbers on the new Honda 1000............

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As much as I would love to have a true sport machine, I just don't think it would fit with the majority of my UTV driving/use. I primarily use my UTV for hunting in the mountains, and hopefully in the future taking my whole family on trail rides in the mountains. I don't ride the dunes anymore, and when I did, that was on my sport quad. I don't need a speed demon, but I also want something powerful enough to haul 4 people around and still have power on-demand when I want it. But I also don't want to drive a bus. My current toyhauler isn't the longest. So I'm limited to the Honda-4/5 or Teryx-4 for true 4 passenger vehicles....... The Polaris, Yamaha, Arctic Cat, and CanAm crews look nice, but they are just too long to fit....

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I read an article that states the 1000-5 with all the nifty features will be priced around $18,500. Yeesh. But I guess that's on par with the other fancy shmancy brands.
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