2018 Honda Foreman Rubicon Specs, Price

The all-new 2018 Honda Foreman Rubicon models are to set another benchmark in the world of ATVs. It’s premium comfort ride along with a durable peripheral makes it an ideal choice for adventurists. There are 4 models to choose from the Foreman Rubicon range. Have a look at the brilliant features offered in all the 4 models.

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2018 Honda Foreman Rubicon – Improvement over the Previous Generation:

The 2018 Foreman Rubicon looks a lot similar to its predecessors. But there’s a lot of variety on offer this time. For example, this upcoming model will have aluminium wheels locking with front tires (25 x 8-12) and rear tires (23 x 10-12), a tad larger in comparison to the segment.

Sturdy Build Quality:

It has more than just an aggressive look but the utilitarian strength too. Full-length skid plates keep dirt and debris off its metallic body. Also, high-quality paints make the body scratch resistant from collisions with rocks and trees.

2018 Honda Foreman Rubicon – Engine Performance

This new Honda Foreman Rubicon 2018 is likely to come with an impressive engine upgrade. Speculators believe it to be a “WOW-er packed” motor backed with a longitudinally mounted 475cc liquid-cooled OHV engine. This configuration expects to churn out an approximate of 29 lb-ft. torque.

The front brakes are to come with 190 mm hydraulic discs and the rare discs with 170 mm ones. This boasts of a better tackling of jarring terrains and sudden perilous obstructions.

Long distance journeys are easier with a high fuel capacity. The fuel tank would hold 3.9 gallons and 1.3 gallons in reserve.

Riding rugged trails with Ease:

This model features an Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) for smooth reading over uneven terrain. To complement this, auto dual-clutch transmission takes control of the bike’s speed, while the ride can focus on the journey. 3 drivetrain settings include 2D, 4D and 4D with a lock.

2018 Honda Foreman Rubicon – Price

The 2018 Honda Foreman Rubicon will hit the market sometime by fall 2017. The base version will carry a tag around $8,000 and the higher variants can go to the $10,000 mark. It is sure to lock horns with Kawasaki and Yamaha ATVs at this price range.

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