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– 2016 Honda Rancher 420 Automatic Four Wheeler / DCT & IRS (TRX420FA5G)

What is the 2016 Honda Rancher with the model ID TRX420FA5G / TRX420FA6G? If you’re asking yourself this, trust me you are not the first and definitely not the last. Honda has so many different model variations of the Rancher for 2016 it can be rather confusing. This post is going to be an overview of this specific model. The other Rancher models with Manual Shift, ES (Electric Shift), Straight Axle, EPS (Electric Power Steering), DCT with Straight Axle instead of IRS etc will be covered in other posts as well as the other options available should you want a 2×4 instead of a 4×4 like the models mentioned above. Due to all the differences in models I want to break down each one individually so there’s no confusion.

(Entire2016 ATV Model Lineup Explanation on what all of the letters and number mean are Here. Learn what TRX420FM1G, TRX420FE1, TRX420FA1G and all of the others mean.)

2018 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Ride Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

Honda’s water-cooled fuel-injected 420cc Rancher ATV model lineup over the years have built quite the impressive number of loyal followers and with good reason. When you think of the word “reliable” or “durable” what manufacturer comes to mind first? I’d almost bet money you thought of Honda but I’m not a betting man so we’ll skip the answer on that haha.

When you pair up that legendary reputation Honda has built over more than half a century with more options than any other mid class on the market, it’s easy to see why the Rancher model lineup is our best-selling ATV bar-none. In 2014 Honda did a complete overhaul & redesign on the FourTrax Rancher models with a straight axle rear suspension. The Rancher 420 IRS model had a few more changes being designed and needed the extra R&D. That is why the 2014 TRX420FA was still the body style and frame etc as the 2013 and earlier Rancher. Looking at the 2014 TRX420FA Rancher IRS model in comparison with a 2014 Rancher straight axle model you’ll see what I’m referring to. 

2016 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

The new IRS Ranchers incorporate a host of upgrades, starting with an all-new double-cradle steel frame developed with Computer Aided Engineering and new independent dual-arm rear suspension (IRS) design with suspension travel increased front and rear.This new frame features increased stiffness for even more precise handling, while more effectively transferring energy for a smoother ride. In addition, that new chassis can be easily identified because it’s wrapped in all-new bodywork matching the newer style on the straight axle Rancher that it received in 2014. 

2018 Rancher 420 IRS ATV Review - Independent Rear Suspension

What does IRS offer you when compared to a sold straight axle? Not only increased travel and ground clearance but also a smoother and more supple ride while going through the trails. How much extra does the IRS DCT Rancher cost versus the straight axle DCT Rancher for 2016? The IRS comes with a slight price bump, MSRP goes from $6,699 to $7,199. More details on price comparisons between the different Rancher models for 2016 are at the bottom of the page. 

That’s only the start though as the Rancher 420 IRS model was just worked over by the finest engineers in the world. All of Honda’s utility model ATVs like this Rancher were designed, tested, built, etc right here in the good ole US of A! Between the Honda geniuses in South Carolina and Ohio – they hit the nail on the head with the new Rancher.

2018 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

We have some other more visible changes from last year that carry on to the 2016 FourTrax Rancher 420 DCT / IRS include an all-new one-piece tank / side cover that allows easy access for maintenance – no tools are required for removal. This newly styled bodywork also provides better protection from the mud when you are in the mood to go hit the mud pits. If playing in the mud isn’t your thing then you’ll benefit from the added protection from the elements while working with your Rancher or just simple trail riding.

2018 Honda Rancher 420 DCT ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

Rancher DCT Automatic Transmission Spotlight 

A first in the world of ATVs, Honda’s premium Automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) in the Rancher 4×4 Automatic DCT model makes it a standout. As mentioned in the main body of the Rancher story, for 2014 the Rancher 4×4 Automatic DCT now employs a new-generation DCT with an elevated level of sophistication: new updated dual-zone shift logic offers improved adaptation to all riding conditions based on rider and vehicle inputs, effectively and intuitively adjusting shift points whether riding under normal or aggressive conditions. Thanks to this change, the DCT significantly reduces gear “hunting” – that is, shifting back and forth repeatedly between two gears – as it performs the most appropriate shift actions automatically. As a result, the net benefits to the rider are manyfold: better automatic transmission feel as the Rancher reacts more intuitively to the rider’s operational style and intentions; enhanced power feel; increased response; reduced engine lugging; plus less fatigue and more rider comfort.

Honda Rancher 420 Gauges / Display - Review / ATV Specs - Four Wheeler 4x4 Quad TRX420

The Automatic DCT provides the compact size and strength of a manual transmission (no belts to slip, break or burn out) with the convenience of an automatic transmission, while giving you the option of push-button manual control via Honda’s Electric Shift Program (ESP). At times this is also just referred to as Electric Shift (ES).

The 2016 Rancher 4×4 Automatic DCT employs a new-generation DCT with an elevated level of sophistication: new updated dual-zone shift logic offers improved adaptation to all riding conditions based on rider and vehicle inputs. With the Automatic DCT transmission on the 2016 Rancher AT you have a new dual shift-mapping program that automatically selects between two transmission shifting modes:

Cruise Mode / Sport Mode

With these two modes you have optimum shift timing depending on your pattern of throttle operation. During aggressive riding, the Sport Mode kicks in and holds the transmission in gear longer and closer to redline before shifting to deliver more aggressive performance. During more casual trail riding, the Cruise Mode allows the transmission to shift up sooner for more casual performance and enhanced fuel efficiency.  What is the result of all this technology at your fingertips? The best-performing Automatic DCT transmission Honda has ever put in an ATV that offers the right gear, at the right time, all the time, all automatically without any needed input from you to create an entirely new riding experience. Something that no other ATV on the market whether it be Polaris, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Arctic Cat, Yamaha, etc can match. When you compare the nitty gritty details you’ll see why Honda dubbed their ad slogan “Follow the Leader”…

2016 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

This new Automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission is lightyears ahead of the conventional automatic transmission Honda used on the 2014 and prior Rancher AT models. This new setup is something you truly have to hop on and ride to appreciate. It’s amazing the technology Honda has crammed into the transmission of an ATV. Just a few years earlier, the only thing with a DCT transmission were high-end sport cars and super cars.

The key to the DCT design is the innovative dual-clutch configuration coupled with a two-piece mainshaft. The first mainshaft has first, third and fifth gears all driven by the first clutch. The second mainshaft is sleeved over the first shaft. It carries second, fourth and reverse gears, and it’s driven by the second clutch. This designs allows two gears to be engaged at the same time, and each gear is pre-shifted before power is applied. Shifting is then accomplished by disengaging once clutch and engaging the other.

2018 Honda Rancher 420 DCT / IRS ATV Review of Specs - Four Wheeler 4x4 Quad TRX420

One advantage to this DCT system is extremely quick shifts for less driveline lurching between shifts, especially under load, which means the chassis attitude remains more consistent during gear changes. When engaging downhill slopes, this system also provides true controlled compression braking. In addition, this automatic five-speed transmission’s maintenance needs are greatly reduced, while power-transfer efficiency is improved to make the riding experience all the more enjoyable. Furthermore, since this DCT uses conventional transmission gears, it’s as rugged and durable as Honda’s conventional manual transmission. This fully automatic transmission also gives the rider the option of using the ESP push-button shifting mode as desired.

With the DCT Automatic transmission you have the option of using the ESP mode (Electric Shift Position) also known as ES in years past (Electric Shift). With ESP, an onboard Electronic Control Module (ECM) monitors information from four sensors – engine rpm, countershaft speed, shift drum angle and shift spindle angle – to control the speed of the electric-shift motor’s gear and clutch engagement. Gear-engagement speed varies according to rider usage: The transmission shifts more quickly when the riding style turns sporty. A Neutral lockout at speeds greater than two mph ensures available engine braking when descending hills. For smooth shifting, the transmission cannot be shifted from Neutral to First gear or Reverse at engine speeds above 3000 rpm. ESP is not dependent on battery power; it operates whenever the engine is running. Should the rider ever need to shift manually, DCT model Ranchers are also equipped with an auxiliary shift lever in the toolkit. Honda builds a “backup” into everything. Just in case you do have a problem on the trails, your DCT Rancher will not leave you stranded and having to walk back out of the trails. On the subject of emergency situations, the Rancher also has an optional auxiliary backup pull-start should your battery die.

Honda Rancher 420 DCT Review / ATV Specs - Four Wheeler 4x4 Quad TRX420

Rancher DCT 2WD / 4WD

The Rancher 4×4 models also feature TraxLok selectable 2WD/4WD capabilities that enable the rider to quickly shift between the nimble handling of a 2WD and the extra traction of a 4WD ATV. TraxLok incorporates a two-way mechanical roller clutch with a series of hardened-steel rollers that lock up in a mere six degrees of rotation for a smooth, virtually instantaneous response while either accelerating or decelerating on flat ground or an incline. This system also operates in Reverse. To ensure smooth operation, the TraxLok system only engages when the speed differential between the front and rear wheels is less than six mph. Once engaged, the system remains engaged on downhills for true 4WD braking.

2018 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

In addition, when TraxLok 4WD mode is engaged, a torque-sensitive limited-slip front differential reduces steering effort for a lighter feel. This torque-sensitive limited-slip front differential automatically sends power to whichever front wheel has the most grip. This system also allows both wheels to maintain essentially the same speed and drive regardless of traction conditions. It also virtually eliminates torque steer and drastically reduces the effort necessary to initiate a turn, thus shortening the turning radius and improving handling. The new Rancher IRS models also receive new tougher, plastic CV joint boots supply added durability thanks to their more puncture – and tear-resistant qualities.

2015 Rancher 420 IRS / DCT Key Features

  • All-new double-cradle steel frame developed with Computer Aided Engineering features increased stiffness (up 20 percent) for even more precise handling and a smoother ride.
  • New independent double-wishbone front suspension gains an additional 1.0 inch of travel.
  • New independent dual-arm rear suspension design offers a more optimal shock ratio and increased suspension stroke for a gain of 2.2 inches of travel.
  • New dual-purpose lever makes it easier than ever to engage Reverse gear as well as setting the parking brake. Simply pull the lever to engage Reverse; push the lever to set the parking brake.
  • Honda TraxLok 2WD/4WD system offers two drive modes: 2WD and 4WD with TraxLok torque-sensing front differential.
  • Optional Electric Power Steering (EPS) system is a next-generation setup that incorporates new ECU mapping for improved linearity in steering response, reduced low-speed steering effort for enhanced maneuverability and decreased kickback traits for improved all-around steering action.
  • Heavy-duty trailer hitch with 848-pound towing capacity.
  • Twin-headlight system has been redesigned and now features 35-watt headlights with a more focused light distribution pattern for improved visibility after dark.
  • Assembled in Timmonsville, South Carolina, using domestically and globally sourced parts.
  • Transferable one-year limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan.
2016 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

2016 Rancher 420 Engine / Drivetrain Key Features 

  • Rugged OHV liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 420cc longitudinally mounted engine allows direct driveshaft alignment to both front and rear wheels for maximum drivetrain efficiency.
  • Overhead-valve design provides compact engine dimensions for excellent ground clearance while maintaining a broad, easy-to-use powerband.
  • Super-heavy-duty automatic clutch with a low-rpm engagement point for excellent driveability and towing capability.
  • In addition to the fully automatic transmission mode, riders can also employ Honda’s exclusive Electric Shift Program (ESP) for easy shifts with the touch of handlebar-mounted buttons.
  • New mapping for the Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) system improves power delivery and throttle response, and increases fuel efficiency for greater range.
  • Handy TraxLok 2WD/4WD selector lever, mounted on the left-front panel, allows 4WD when needed for the tough stuff and 2WD when conditions permit.
  • Stainless-steel exhaust system includes a USDA-qualified spark arrester/muffler designed for quiet operation without servicing for long-lasting performance.
2016 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

2016 Rancher 420 Frame / Suspension Key Features 

  • Adjustable spring preload now featured on all shocks to allow suspension tuning to match varying loads and riding conditions.
  • All-new one-piece tank/side cover allows easy access (no tools required) for maintenance.
  • New, aggressively styled bodywork also provides better mud protection.
  • New rear fender and IRS decals separate this Rancher from the rest of the lineup.
  • Increased AC generator output of 450 watts to power more electrical accessories.
  • New high-performance, maintenance-free Yuasa GYZ16H battery for added dependability.
  • Honda Phantom Camo blends into a wide range of field environments, and the application procedures provide better graphic durability and improved resistance to fuel spillage.
  • New digital meter display with added functions like a Maintenance Minder system that notifies when it is time for service.
  • New fuel pump is derived from Honda automobile technology. It mounts in the fuel tank for better heat isolation and offers increased filter life.
  • Larger 3.9 gallon fuel tank (including 1.3 gallon reserve) so you can ride farther between fill ups.
  • New plastic CV joint boots are more durable and tear-resistant.
  • New sealed steering knuckle bearings for extended durability.
  • Newly optimized rider triangle ergonomics for added comfort.
  • A 20mm (0.8 inch) increase in seat foam thickness and softer seat foam increase rider comfort.
  • Larger 190mm dual hydraulic disc brakes up front and 170mm hydraulic disc brake in back for strong stopping power.
  • Full-length synthetic lower skidplate with integrated front brush guard.
  • Front carrier capacity is 66 pounds and larger rear carrier is 133 pounds.
2016 Honda Rancher 420 Engine - ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

Rancher 420 Engine

In the engine department, all Ranchers make good use of the rugged and proven OHV liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 420cc engine. In signature Honda style, these Rancher engines are longitudinally mounted to allow direct driveshaft alignment to both front and rear wheels for maximum drivetrain efficiency. The overhead-valve design provides compact engine dimensions for excellent ground clearance while maintaining a broad, easy-to-use powerband.

 

Newer mapping for the Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) system combined with new oxygen sensor feedback technology improves power delivery and throttle response, while also improving emissions and fuel efficiency for greater range and reduced tailpipe emissions.

How do Honda’s ATV models benefit from the technology in the Honda automobile line? It would take a 100 page novel to touch base on just a few of the key components but I’ll save that for another write-up. The Rancher 420 has a new fuel pump that is using technology trickled down by their cars. The pump mounts in the fuel tank for better isolation from the heat of the engine and other working components. What happens when you reduce the heat? It prolongs the life, in return saves you money $$ in maintaining the ATV throughout the years.

2016 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

The 2016 Rancher 420 gauge display has more features than any other previous generation in the Rancher models history. What do you have on your 2016 Rancher display? Anything and everything you would want and or need to view including: electronic fuel gauge, clock, coolant temperature gauge and a “maintenance minder” system that tracks both hours of run time plus miles driven.  Also, the twin-headlight system has been redesigned and now features 35-watt headlights with a more focused light distribution pattern for improved visibility after dark. And a newly optimized rider triangle promotes added comfort, while a 0.8 inch-increase in seat foam thickness and softer seat foam density add further to rider comfort.

2016 Honda Rancher 420 EPS - ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

2016 Rancher Electric Power Steering (EPS) Optional 

The 2016 Rancher Automatic DCT model with IRS and EPS has the model ID: TRX420FA6G. Honda debuted EPS back in 2007 on the Foreman 500 (TRX500FPE) and was only available on the ES model as a trial run per say. In 2008 and on, Honda has decided to throw it on every model in their ATV lineup (except Rincon). It was been a huge hit and with good reason. Once you ride a Rancher with the latest generation of the EPS module there is no going back! Aboard the Ranchers that incorporate Honda’s Electric Power Steering, a new attachment layout using a three-point mount for the EPS mechanism makes the entire unit more rigid in its placement, and that makes for even more precise steering. This EPS system is a next-generation setup for redone in 2014 that incorporates new settings for improved linearity in steering response, reduced low-speed steering effort for enhanced maneuverability and decreased kickback traits for improved all-around steering action.

Honda Rancher 420 Camo ATV Review / Specs - Four Wheeler 4x4 Quad

New Honda Phantom Camo ATV Finish

Have you had a chance to check out the All New Phantom Camo finish from Honda? If not, you need to! Honda went back to the drawing board in 2014 and surprised us all when they brought this to the table. They haven’t changed their camo color scheme or application of the camo for quite some time but it was definitely welcomed as some have had problems with their camo finish peeling on their ATV. The Honda Phantom Camo colors not only provides excellent camouflage properties that help the ATV blend into a wide range of field environments, but new Honda application processes also provide better graphic adhesion, excellent durability and improved resistance to fuel spillage to keep things looking better, longer.

2016 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

2016 Rancher 420 DCT / IRS (TRX420FA5G) MSRP Price & Colors: White, Red and Phantom Camo are available. MSRP comes in at $7,199.

Considering going with EPS (Electric Power Steering) on your 2016 Rancher with IRS? Below are the color options and pricing available if you decide to go with the “Cadillac” of Ranchers.

2016 Rancher 420 DCT / IRS / EPS (TRX420FA6G) MSRP Price & Colors: White, Red and Phantom Camo are available. MSRP comes in at $7,899.

2016 Honda Rancher 420 ATV Review / Specs - 4x4 Four Wheeler TRX420

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Is your budget for a new 2016 Honda Rancher ATV a little lower than the prices mentioned above? No worries. Honda makes more different models in the Rancher lineup than any other ATV whether it be the 2016 Recon 250, Foreman 500, Rubicon 500 and Rincon 680. If you still want a 4×4 Rancher but don’t want to get into the price-range of the (2) models reviewed, other four wheel drive Ranchers for 2016 have MSRP prices that Starr at $6,199. The Rancher 420 is also available in 2×4 / two wheel drive form with MSRP prices starting at $5,199. I’ll be covering more on those other models at a later time as Honda has more model options than ever for 2016 in their four wheeler model lineup and it can be confusing for some.

What do you think about the 2016 Honda FourTrax Rancher 420 IRS? Anything Honda dropped the ball on that they should have upgraded or included?

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Confused by all of the 2016 ATV model names from Honda? TRX420FA1 / TRX420FM1 / TRX500FA6 / TRX680FA / TRX250TM / TRX420FE1 / TRX420FM2 and the list goes on. Learn what they all mean by Clicking Here.

2016 Honda ATV Model Names Review - Recon - Rancher - Foreman - Rubicon - Rincon - TRX90X - TRX250X - TRX400X - TRX450R

2016 Honda Rancher Automatic DCT IRS / EPS Specifications

ENGINE

Engine Type420cc liquid-cooled fuel-injected OHV wet-sump longitudinally mounted single-cylinder four-stroke
Bore And Stroke86.5mm x 71.5mm
InductionKeihin® 33mm throttle-body fuel-injection system
IgnitionFull-transistorized type with electronic advance
StarterElectric with optional auxiliary recoil
Compression Ratio9.9:1

DRIVE TRAIN

ClutchAutomatic
TransmissionAutomatic DCT with Reverse
DrivelineDirect front and rear driveshafts with TraxLok® and torque-sensitive front differential

CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES

Front SuspensionIndependent double-wishbone; 7.28 inches travel
Rear SuspensionIndependent dual-arm; 8.46 inches travel
Front Brake190mm Dual hydraulic disc
Rear Brake170mm Hydraulic disc
Front Tire24 x 8-12
Rear Tire24 x 10-11

DIMENSION

Length84.6 inches
Width47.4 inches
Height46.8 inches
Wheelbase50.9 inches
Seat Height34.9 inches
Ground Clearance9.2 inches
Curb Weight672 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel—ready to ride)
Fuel Capacity3.9 gallons, including 1.3-gallon reserve
Turning Radius11.5 feet

OTHER

Model IdTRX420FA5 / TRX420FA6
EmissionsMeets current California Air Resources Board (CARB) and EPA off-road emissions standards
Available ColorsRed, White, Honda Phantom Camo®
noteNo operator under age 16. Honda recommends that all ATV riders take a training course and read their owners manual thoroughly.

FACTORY WARRANTY INFORMATION

One YearTransferable limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan

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Specifications subject to change without notice. Honda's fuel economy estimates are based on EPA exhaust emission measurement test procedures and are intended for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors. Suggested Retail Price (SRP) excludes destination charge. Visit powersports.honda.com to view applicable destination charge amount.



Work Or Fun, Rancher's Got You Covered



Choice: It's why restaurants have more than one item on the menu, or why you have more than one tool in your toolbox. Nobody knows what you want—or need—like you. Which is why we offer eight models in Honda's 2021 FourTrax Rancher lineup. Every one is loaded with the features you want, like rugged front and rear racks, a spacious front utility compartment, wide front drive-shaft guards, and an easy-to-use reverse system. Plus, our automatic DCT models give you an override shifting control, making this great transmission choice even better. So check out the whole menu, then take your pick—you can't make a bad choice here. 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.

Engineering Features

  • Automatic DCT: The Rancher's Honda Automatic DCT transmission offers strong internals, fast shifts, excellent control, true compression-braking capability, and an automatic program that upshifts and downshifts while you concentrate on riding. It's one of the best available choices you can make.
  • Digital Instruments: Easy to read and full of the information you want. In addition to the standard gear position indicator, speedometer, odometer, trip meter, and hour meter—you get readouts for fuel level, clock, coolant temperature, speed and Honda's “maintenance minder" system (to help remind you when it's time to have your ATV serviced). Comes with all Ranchers except the base model.
  • Disc Brakes (Rancher IRS Models): Rancher IRS models offer disc brakes all around for excellent braking performance.
  • In-Tank Fuel Pump: The Rancher incorporates an in-tank fuel pump for cooler pump operation, and long pump life.
  • Longitudinal Engine Layout: By orienting the crankshaft front to back in the chassis in our ATV and side-by-side engines, we route the flow of power straight to the wheels without any unnecessary right-angle detours, reducing powertrain friction and putting more grunt to the ground.
  • Semi-Dry-Sump Engine Design: Compact and lighter-weight, the Rancher'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 better ground clearance.
  • TraxLok® Selectable 2wd/4wd: Our rock-solid system lets you choose either 2WD or 4WD instantly, giving you the freedom to choose between lighter steering (in 2WD) and maximizing available traction (in 4WD) when you need it most.
  • Wide Front Driveshaft Guards: Designed to add even more coverage to the Rancher's front axles and outboard CV joints, the driveshaft guards are another example of how Honda engineers sweat the small details to give you one of the best ATVs on the planet.

Performance Features

  • Programmed Fuel Injection: Being able to count on crisp performance and starting under any conditions is a must for anyone who depends on their ATV. Thanks to Honda Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)—featuring a 34mm throttle body, 12-hole injector, and an oxygen sensor that allows the fuel mapping to instantaneously adjust to any riding condition—the Rancher not only ensures trouble-free operation in the cold and at varying altitudes, it reduces emissions and enhances fuel efficiency.

Handling Features

  • Independent Rear Suspension (IRS): The Rancher Automatic DCT with Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) has over 8 inches of travel and 9 inches of clearance. That returns two big benefits: first, it helps ensure constant tire contact with the ground for superior traction; second, it gives you a smooth ride over rough terrain, so you don't get beat up on the trail.
  • Available Electric Power Steering (EPS): Both speed- and torque-sensitive, Honda's Electric Power Steering (on Rancher EPS models) excels at reducing steering effort and kickback through the handlebar. It's a big help when riding in ruts, over rocks or on long sidehills. A specially engineered mounting system for the EPS unit increases strength and rigidity.
  • Shaft Drive: Clean, efficient, proven, low-maintenance. Shaft drive is the perfect choice for a machine like this, and for riders who pile on the miles. You never have to worry about lubrication or adjustment out on the trail. And an added plus: it helps keep your ATV cleaner, too.

Convenience Features

  • Front And Rear Cargo Racks: The Rancher's racks feature strong, steel construction, and they include a large flat area. Better yet, they're designed to integrate with our Honda Pro-Connect™ system. You can quickly attach and detach accessories like our cargo boxes, without tools, for added flexibility and convenience.
  • 1.9-Liter Front Utility Box: The perfect size for small items you want to access quickly—like a cell phone, GPS, or a spare pair of gloves.
  • Electronic Reverse: Available on our Automatic DCT and Electric Shift Program (ESP) models, this single lever is convenient and easy to operate. It's especially useful when you have to shift from forward to reverse repeatedly, like when you're plowing snow.

Comfort Features

  • A Comfortable Seat: A plush seat and open rider triangle (bar/seat/pegs) teams up with the suspension to really treat you right. Superior ergonomics have always been a Honda priority, and the Rancher is no exception. With thick, durable foam, it's exceptionally comfortable.

Engine

  • Engine Type: 420cc liquid-cooled fuel-injected OHV wet-sump longitudinally mounted single-cylinder four-stroke
  • Bore And Stroke: 86.5mm x 71.5mm
  • Induction: PGM-FI
  • Ignition: Full-transistorized type with electronic advance
  • Starter: Electric
  • Compression Ratio: 9.9:1

Drive Train

  • Clutch: Automatic
  • Transmission: Five-speed automatic dual-clutch transmission with reverse and Low/Drive sub-transmission
  • Driveline: Direct front and rear driveshafts with TraxLok® and torque-sensitive front differential

Chassis Suspension Brakes

  • Front Suspension: Independent double-wishbone; 7.28 inches of travel
  • Rear Suspension: Independent dual-arm; 8.46 inches of travel
  • Front Brakes: 190mm Dual hydraulic disc
  • Rear Brakes: 170mm Hydraulic disc
  • Front Tires: 24 x 8-12
  • Rear Tires: 24 x 10-11

Dimensions

  • Length: 84.6 inches
  • Width: 47.4 inches
  • Height: 46.8 inches
  • Wheelbase: 51.0 inches
  • Seat Height: 34.9 inches
  • Ground Clearance: 9.2 inches
  • Curb Weight: 676 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel—ready to ride)
  • Fuel Capacity: 3.9 gallons, including 1.3-gallon reserve
  • Turning Radius: 11.5 feet
  • Front Rack Capacity: 66 pounds
  • Rear Rack Capacity: 133 pounds

Other

  • Model ID: TRX420FA6
  • Emissions: Meets current EPA and CARB (California) off-road emissions standards.
  • Available Colors: Red, Reactor Blue
  • 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.

Factory Warranty Information

  • One Year: Transferable, limited warranty
  • Optional Extended: Extended coverage available with a HondaCare Protection Plan®
Specs

Specs

Engine

Engine Type
Fuel-injected OHV wet-sump longitudinally mounted single-cylinder four-stroke
Displacement
420cc
Cylinders
1
Bore x Stroke
86.5mm x 71.5mm
Engine Cooling
Liquid
Fuel System
PGM-FI
Starting System
Electric

Chassis

Front Travel
7.28 in.
Front Suspension
Independent double-wishbone
Front Brake Type
190mm Dual hydraulic disc
Front Tires
24 x 8-12
Rear Suspension
Independent dual-arm
Rear Travel
8.46 in.
Rear Brake Type
170mm Hydraulic disc
Rear Tires
24 x 10-11

Dimensions/Capacities

Dry Weight
Curb Weight: 676 lb.
Front Rack Capacity
66 lb.
Rear Rack Capacity
133 lb.
Fuel Capacity
3.9 gal., including 1.3-gal. reserve
Ground Clearance
9.2 in.
Machine Dimensions (LxWxH)
82.8 in. x 47.4 in. x 46.2 in.
Wheelbase
51.0 in.

Drive Train

Final Drive
Direct front and rear driveshafts with TraxLok® and torque-sensitive front differential
Transmission
Five-speed automatic dual-clutch transmission with reverse and Low/Drive sub-transmission

General

Colors
Red, Reactor Blue
Warranty
One Year Transferable, limited warranty

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ATV TEST: HONDA RANCHER 4×4 AUTO DCT IRS EPS

The most decked-out Rancher around By the staff of Dirt Wheels

 

The 4x4 system works very well, even though it doesn’t have a front-locking differential.

 

Honda may have strayed away from the sport quads that we have come to know and love, but they remain strong on the 4×4 quad front. The Japanese manufacturer stands tall alongside its competitors year after year—and for good reason. Honda creates great machines that oftentimes outlast their rivals.

The Honda Rancher line provides options that most consumers want at a price they can afford. We tested the Rancher with the works. That includes 4×4 independent rear suspension, electronic power steering and an automatic dual clutch transmission, all starting at $7999.

PUTTING OUT POWER

The Honda Rancher sports a peppy, 420cc, single-cylinder engine that is liquid-cooled and electronically fuel injected. While it might not be a rocket in the power department, the Rancher can get you moving down the trail pretty quickly. We tested the Rancher with an automatic, five-speed DCT that has reverse. There are two drive modes with this model: electronic shifting through a thumb-operated button shifter or auto mode, which will take care of the shifting for you. Aggressive riding isn’t everyone’s forte, but sometimes shifting is fun, so having the option to shift is a plus.

The 4×4 system on the Rancher is easily operated by a hand lever on the left side of the machine. You can switch between two- and four-wheel drive. The Rancher lineup does not have a fully locking front differential, but the 4×4 system works well.

 

The front suspension is a dual-A-arm design with 7.3 inches of wheel travel. The EPS helps the Rancher handle well in the front.

 

SUSPENSION AND STEERING

This Rancher comes with EPS. The machine is on the lighter side at 686 pounds, and the steering makes the machine feel like it’s 400 pounds. Suspension in the front is a dual-A-arm design with 7.3 inches of wheel travel. The lower-level model of the Rancher has a swingarm rear suspension, but this model has IRS with 8.5 inches of wheel travel.

Honda utilizes Maxxis tires on this machine to gain good traction. The fronts are 24×8-12, and the rears are 24×10-11 mounted on steel-stamped wheels. The tires also help the front hydraulic brakes and rear hydraulic brake slow the machine down via two handle levers and a foot-controlled rear brake.

 

The shocks on the Rancher soak up chop and small trail debris quite well. They need to be stiffened for faster riding.

 

GETTING THE JOB DONE

Honda’s Rancher is meant for work, yet it’s also playful. This machine can tow up to 848 pounds. If you need to lug equipment around on the racks, you can carry stuff on the front and  on the rear. If there are obstacles or you have to trek through mud, the Rancher has a ground clearance of 9.2 inches. Fuel capacity is a gracious 3.9 gallons. There is a cargo box in the rear of the machine as well.

 

IRS is a pleasing improvement over the solid rear axle of the base model.

 

THE TEST

Our first thoughts on driving the Honda Rancher were about the transmission. It is fun to be able to switch gears and, when descending or climbing hills, having the machine stay in your gear of choice is beneficial; however, we don’t like how strong the engine deceleration can be when going downhill. The machine also doesn’t switch gears exactly when we want it to during aggressive riding in auto mode. For general trail use and work, the system is great, but if you want to ride fast, this may not be the right fit for you.

 

The left side of the handlebar holds the electronic button shifters, the reverse lever, the start and stop functions, the lights and a brake lever.There is a switch on the right handlebar that changes the transmission from auto to manual shifting mode.

 

EPS makes the Rancher easy to drive and helps your arms last longer on epic rides. The suspension is soft and plush at low-to-medium speeds, but it needs to be stiffened up for higher-speed riding. Fortunately, the shocks have preload adjustability.

The Honda Rancher offers a comfortable riding position and a plush seat. The handlebars are more suited for a sit-down riding style but remain comfortable if you need to stand up over rough terrain.

 

The cluster on the Honda Rancher tells you what gear you are in, your speed, how much gas you have left and more.

 

FINAL THOUGHTS

Honda makes great utility quads that know how to have fun as well. The Rancher line has a model for everyone—from the base two-wheel-drive model that costs $5299 all the way to the Phantom Camo edition that we tested for $8,449. You can go to www.powersports.honda.com to check out Honda’s full lineup of ATVs, motorcycles, UTVs and more. You can also go to your nearest Honda dealer to see them in person!

 

rancher_spec

 

HONDA RANCHER 4X4 AUTO DCT IRS EPS

EngineLiquid-cooled, OHV, 4-valve, 4-stroke

Displacement 420cc

Fuel system 33mm EFI

Fuel capacity 3.9 gal.

Starting system Electric

Transmission Auto 5-speed w/ reverse

Final drive Shaft

Suspension/wheel travel:

Front Double A-arm/7.3”

Rear Double A-arm/8.5”

Tires:

Front 24×8-12

Rear 24×10-11

Brakes:

Front 190mm dual hydraulic disc

Rear 170mm hydraulic disc

Wheelbase 50.9”

Length/width/height 84.6”/47.4”/46.8”

Ground clearance 9.2”

Towing capacity 848 lb.

Curb weight 686 lb.

Colors Phantom Camo, black

MSRP $7,999–$8,449

Sours: https://dirtwheelsmag.com/atv-test-honda-rancher-4x4-auto-dct-irs-eps/
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WORK OR FUN, RANCHERS GOT YOU COVERED

Choice: Its why restaurants have more than one item on the menu, or why you have more than one tool in your toolbox. Nobody knows what you wantor needlike you. Which is why we offer eight models in Hondas 2021 FourTrax Rancher lineup. Every one is loaded with the features you want, like rugged front and rear racks, a spacious front utility compartment, wide front drive-shaft guards, and an easy-to-use reverse system. Plus, our automatic DCT models give you an override shifting control, making this great transmission choice even better. So check out the whole menu, then take your pickyou cant make a bad choice here.

Features may include:

ENGINEERING

The Ranchers Honda Automatic DCT transmission offers strong internals, fast shifts, excellent control, true compression-braking capability, and an automatic program that upshifts and downshifts while you concentrate on riding. Its one of the best available choices you can make.

  • AVAILABLE ELECTRIC SHIFT PROGRAM

The convenience of push-button shifting with the rugged design of a conventional ATV transmissionthats what you get with Hondas exclusive Electric Shift Program (ESP). Just push one button to upshift and one button to downshift. Its a big plus when youre wearing heavy work boots or overshoes, or riding in mud or snow. An added benefit: you get genuine compression braking for better speed control when operating in steep terrain.

PERFORMANCE
  • PROGRAMMED FUEL INJECTION

Being able to count on crisp performance and starting under any conditions is a must for anyone who depends on their ATV. Thanks to Honda Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)featuring a 34mm throttle body, 12-hole injector, and an oxygen sensor that allows the fuel mapping to instantaneously adjust to any riding conditionthe Rancher not only ensures trouble-free operation in the cold and at varying altitudes, it reduces emissions and enhances fuel efficiency.

HANDLING
  • INDEPENDENT REAR SUSPENSION (IRS)

The Rancher Automatic DCT with Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) has over 8 inches of travel and 9 inches of clearance. That returns two big benefits: first, it helps ensure constant tire contact with the ground for superior traction; second, it gives you a smooth ride over rough terrain, so you dont get beat up on the trail.

  • AVAILABLE ELECTRIC POWER STEERING (EPS)

Both speed- and torque-sensitive, Honda's Electric Power Steering (on Rancher EPS models) excels at reducing steering effort and kickback through the handlebar. It's a big help when riding in ruts, over rocks or on long sidehills. A specially engineered mounting system for the EPS unit increases strength and rigidity.

CONVENIENCE
  • FRONT AND REAR CARGO RACKS

The Ranchers racks feature strong, steel construction, and they include a large flat area. Better yet, theyre designed to integrate with our Honda Pro-Connect system. You can quickly attach and detach accessories like our cargo boxes, without tools, for added flexibility and convenience.

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