– Detailed 2019 Pioneer 1000 (3-seater) Side by Side Buyer’s Guide | 2019 Honda SxS / UTV Model Differences Explained, Accessories + More! –
– Everything you need to know about the 2019 Pioneer 1000 in one place! –
One of the most anticipated days of 2018 has came and gone with the first 2019 Side by Side Announcement from Honda including all of the Pioneer 1000, 700 & 500 models, if you missed the Official Announcement / Release you can check it out by Clicking Here. If you’re looking for 2019 Honda sport side by side news, information about the new 2019 / 2020 TALON 1000, that is coming in November but you can check out the leaked pictures of the TALON by Clicking Here.
- Quick / Key 2019 Pioneer 1000 Info:
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Price / MSRP: $14,699 ($200 price increase)
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Model ID: SXS10M3K
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Changes: None (for this particular model SXS10M3)
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Colors: Red, Olive
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Horsepower: 72 HP
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Top Speed: 67 MPH
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Wheel / Tire Size: Front 27x9x12 & Rear 27x11x12
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Ground Clearance: 12.7 in.
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Suspension Travel: 10.6 in.
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Towing Capacity: 2,000 lbs
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Dump Bed Capacity: 1,000 lbs
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Width: 63 in.
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Length: 116.8 in.
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Height: 76 in.
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Weight: 1,526 lbs
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Fuel Tank Size / Capacity: 7.9 gal
- * For more details specs on the 2019 Pioneer 1000, keep reading below as we dive deep into everything else…
Now, let’s get to what your’e here for and that’s for information on the 2019 Pioneer 1000 from Honda. I’m going to first go over all of the different Pioneer 1000 model variations / options for 2019 to make sure you’re vaugely familiar with each model and then dive into the nitty-gritty details on this specific model Pioneer 1000 (SXS10M3K) which is considered the “Base Model” of the 3-seater 1000cc Pioneer models. If you’re unfamiliar with how did things last year, you can check my entire 2018 Honda Pioneer 1000 Side by Side model lineup breakdown review by Clicking Here.
This page is going to cover only (1) model specifically and that is the 2019 Pioneer 1000 and hopefully help you answer – “Is the 2019 Pioneer 1000 ‘Base Model’ the right UTV for you or should you go with one of the other Pioneer 1000 models to get the features you want?” Why only cover (1) model when there are many different Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 model variations?
I’m going to create a page to cover each model individually to hopefully make the information easier for those that are ‘shopping’ and or doing research on a specific model and don’t want to have to skim over all of the other models to find the nitty-gritty specs on the model they are wanting that information on. Once I am finished doing a detailed review on each model I will put together a special page breaking down all of the model differences between all of the different 2019 Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 models. I’ve found that ever since Honda released the 2016 Pioneer 1000 model lineup in 2015 that I still run into people on a daily basis that are confused by all of the models and what they offer so I’m going to try and help break down that information to better-help those individuals that may not know every in-and-out about these models like many enthusiasts are that have studied every nut and bolt of these side by side / UTV models.
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Review Page Contents / Index:
- Why is the Pioneer 1000 Model Lineup Confusing to some?
- Pioneer 1000 Buyer’s Guide / Model Lineup Feature Differences Explained
- 1. | Recent Changes on all Pioneer 1000 models
- 2. | What do you lose on the Pioneer 1000 ‘Base Model’ VS Pioneer 1000 EPS?
- 3. | Detailed Review
- 3.1 | Engine
- 3.2 | Transmission
- 3.3 | Chassis / Suspension
- 3.4 | Interior
- 4. Quick Overview of Specs / Features (Skip to HERE if you’re in a hurry)
- 5. Technical Specs Comparison Chart (entire 2019 Pioneer 1000 model lineup)
- 6. Photo Gallery / Pictures
- 7. Honda Genuine Pioneer 1000 Accessories
Why is the 2019 Pioneer 1000 model lineup confusing to some people?
Take a look at all of the Pioneer 1000 model options / model variations to choose from below:
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 500
- Pioneer 500 = 2-seater | 500cc
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 700
- Pioneer 700 = 2-seater | 700cc
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 700 Deluxe
- Pioneer 700 Deluxe = 2-seater | 700cc
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 700-4
- Pioneer 700-4 = Convertible Seating = 2 / 3 / 4 seater | 700cc
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 700-4 Deluxe
- Pioneer 700-4 Deluxe = Convertible Seating = 2 / 3 / 4 seater | 700cc
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 1000
- Pioneer 1000 = 3-seater | 1000cc
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 1000 EPS
- Pioneer 1000 EPS = 3-seater | 1000cc
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 1000 LE ( LE = Limited Edition)
- Pioneer 1000 LE = 3-seater | 1000cc
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 1000-5
- Pioneer 1000-5 = Convertible Seating = 3 / 4 / 5 seater | 1000cc
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe
- Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe = Convertible Seating = 3 / 4 / 5 seater
- 2019 Honda Pioneer 1000-5 LE (LE = Limited Edition)
- Pioneer 1000-5 LE = Convertible Seating = 3 / 4 / 5 seater
Nowhere in those model names does it really designate what you get for the $$ differences and or what differentiates them and that is what I believe still confuses some people. I still have some people confused as to what the ‘5’ means in 1000-5 and that’s what has pushed me to spend the time in a write-up like this.
2019 Honda Pioneer 1000 Model Lineup / Options Explained:
To start with, the 2019 Pioneer 1000 model lineup is available in (6) different versions, (3) Pioneer 1000 models with a 3-seater configuration and (3) different Pioneer 1000-5 models with 5-seater capability.
Here are the (3) 2019 Pioneer 1000 model options / variations:
Pioneer 1000 (base model)
- The Base Model 2018 Pioneer 1000 is the cheapest of the cheapest when it comes to a 1000cc side by side from Honda. You can check out the Detailed Pioneer 1000 Review – Click Here.
Pioneer 1000 EPS
- What do you gain on the Pioneer 1000 EPS vs Pioneer 1000 Base Model? You get EPS (Electric Power Steering), tilt-steering wheel and color-matched body panels on the doors and bed. Next to the EPS, the biggest feature you also get on the EPS model is new transmission features! On the Pioneer 1000 Base Model you can put the DCT Automatic Transmission in D (Drive) and go. With the Pioneer 1000 EPS you get the added feature of being able to shift the transmission manually via Paddle-Shiters or you can still put the DCT Automatic Transmission in Auto-Mode if you’d like for it to shift automatically. You also have the “Sport” mode button you can click when it Auto-Mode. Other than those features, the 2019 Pioneer 1000 EPS and Pioneer 1000 Base Model are the same. You can check out my Detailed Pioneer 1000 EPS Review by Clicking Here.
Pioneer 1000 LE / Limited Edition
- What do you gain on the Pioneer 1000 LE vs Pioneer 1000 EPS? LOADS and LOADS of new features! Too many for me to breakdown in a little paragraph for this quick ‘Pioneer 1000 Model Differences / Buyer’s Guide’ so I’m going to point you to a link where I break all of the differences down in-depth. You can check out the Pioneer 1000 LE VS Pioneer 1000 EPS Differences Explained by Clicking Here.
Here are the (3) 2019 Pioneer 1000-5 model options / variations:
Pioneer 1000-5 (base model)
- The Pioneer 1000-5 base model comes with features that the base model Pioneer 1000 doesn’t come with. Unlike the base model Pioneer 1000, the base model Pioneer 1000-5 does come with EPS (Electronic Power Steering). The base model Pioneer 1000-5 also comes with the Automatic / Manual mode selector with the Sport mode button too whereas the base model Pioneer 1000 doesn’t. You can check out my detailed Pioneer 1000-5 Review by Clicking Here.
Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe
- What do you gain on the Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe vs Pioneer 1000-5 Base Model? This is where the Pioneer 1000-5 model differences and Pioneer 1000 model differences really break apart when you ‘upgrade’. On the Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe you get 14″ Aluminum Wheels instead of the base models 12″ steel wheels. On top of the better wheels, you also get a more aggressive tire on the 1000-5 Deluxe with Maxxis Big Horn 2.0 tires on all four-corners (same size as base model at 27″). Similar to that of the Pioneer 1000 EPS, on the Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe you also get color-matched body panels on all four-doors as well as the bed. You also get LED headlights which not only look awesome but are brighter than the standard models halogen bulbs. Other than those features, the 2019 Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe and Pioneer 1000-5 Base Model are the same. You can check out my detailed Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe Review by Clicking Here.
Pioneer 1000-5 LE / Limited Edition
- What do you gain on the Pioneer 1000-5 LE vs Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe? Just like I mentioned above on the Pioneer 1000 LE vs Pioneer 1000 EPS model – on the Pioneer 1000-5 Limited Edition vs 1000-5 Deluxe, the differences are HUGE and quite a few of them… Because of this, I can’t break it down in short paragraph form as I’m trying to keep this section somewhat short and then go into more detail on each individuals model review page. You can check out the Pioneer 1000-5 LE VS Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe Differences Explained – Click Here.
Now, that we’ve got that explanation out of the way… Let’s dive into the 2019 Pioneer 1000 model and see what it’s all about and break down all of the 2019 vs 2019 Pioneer 1000 changes that you’ll see as well as the differences between the Pioneer 1000’Base Model’ versus Pioneer 1000 EPS as well as the Pioneer 1000 LE. If you want to check out the initial 2019 Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 Model Announcement – Click Here.
1. Recent Pioneer 1000 Changes / Improvements
Recent Changes / Improvements for 2017 Pioneer 1000 models:
- Memory function that retains the last transmission mode after engaging reverse
- Winch harness now pre-wired
- Thicker seat foam for improved comfort
- Refined DCT control for even smoother acceleration from a stop
Recent Changes / Improvements for 2018 Pioneer 1000 models:
- Cabin comfort improvement kit to cut down on in-cabin heat (Click Here for more info)
- Clutch improvement kit to keep clutches cooler and to help prevent the clutches from slipping (Click Here for more info)
2. What do you LOSE on the 2019 Pioneer 1000 ‘Base Model’ VS Pioneer 1000 EPS?
2. What do you LOSE on the 2019 Pioneer 1000 ‘Base Model’ VS Pioneer 1000 EPS?
What Features are you losing to Save $$?
- Do you want or need EPS (Electric Power Steering) on your 2019 Pioneer 1000? If so, this model is NOT for you. Technically, the only model out of the (6) different 2019 Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 models without EPS is the Base Model Pioneer 1000 – every other model comes with EPS as a standard feature.
- Do you want or need the option of manually changing gears on your 2019 Pioneer 1000? Do you want to be able to change gears manually via paddle-shifters or flip a button and change over to fully automatic? If so, this model is NOT for you. On the Pioneer 1000 Base Model, you can not manually select any gear as the 6-speed DCT automatic transmission does all of the work for you – all of the time. Every other Pioneer 1000 model comes with the feature of being able to manually change gears via the paddle-shifters plus the option of being able to put it in fully-automatic so you can just hit the gas and go. You also have a “Sport” mode button for when you’re in “Automatic” mode.
- Do you want or need the color-matched body panels on your 2019 Pioneer 1000? If so, this is NOT the model for you. You will need to go with the 2019 Pioneer 1000 EPS as on the Base Model you will lose those colored panels. The only colored plastic bodywork on the Base Model 2019 Pioneer 1000 is the hood. However, you can add those exact same body panels to a Base Model for less than $400 retail for those that may not want the EPS model features but would like to have the colored door and bed plastic panels.
- Do you want and or need the tilt steering wheel on your 2019 Pioneer 1000? If so, this is NOT the model for you. You will need to buy the 2019 Pioneer 1000 EPS as you lose the tilt-wheel on the Base Model.
3. 2019 Pioneer 1000 Information Review
Now that we’ve determined whether or not you’re truly interested in the 2019 Pioneer 1000 ‘Base Model’ or if another model is more up your alley we will dive into the detailed specs and features of this machine – the Pioneer 100…
Below, after I touch on some of the recent changes to the Pioneer 1000 I will dive into the nitty-gritty specs on this model Pioneer ranging from the engine, DCT transmission, interior, electronics etc to hopefully help show you anything and everything you need to know about the Pioneer 1000 in one place. Don’t forget to take a minute and check out my other detailed write-ups reviewing each of the 2019 Pioneer 1000 models including all of the 3-seater and 5-seater side by side models from Honda.
First, let’s dive into the Pioneer 1000 ‘heat issue’ that you may have read about if you browse the owner’s forums etc. This complaint has been a mixed bag as you’ll find some that say they don’t have a heat issue where some find it “unbearable”. Has Honda decided to tackle this complaint for the Pioneer 1000? Yes. Honda has thrown a new seat / heat-shield combo on the Pioneer 1000 in both 2017 and 2018 which comes standard on the 2019 models which cuts down some of the heat.
The pre-wired winch harness on the 2019 Pioneer 1000 (started in 2017) may not seem like a big deal to some people but trust me if you ever plan on installing a winch on your Pioneer 1000 you will find out this change on the Pioneer 1000 is heaven-sent… Why is that? Honda calls for 4.5 hours worth of labor on their flat-rate chart to install a winch on a Pioneer 1000 and the majority of that time is spent with installing the wiring harness. With the winch harness being pre-installed from the get-go it will cut down on that time drastically and make life easier for you if you plan on installing it yourself and if you plan on having a dealer do the install – it will save your wallet from the shock once you get the labor bill! The picture you see to the side, is a Pioneer 1000 stripped down to install the Warn winch with Honda’s wiring harness if that gives you an idea of how much the 2016 Pioneer 1000 model lineup had to be stripped down…
2019 Pioneer 1000 Price / MSRP Update: $14,699. When comparing the 2019 Pioneer 1000 VS 2018 Pioneer 1000, you’ll see a $200 price increase over the previous year model.
2019 Pioneer 1000 Release Date: The 2019 Pioneer 1000 models are scheduled to start releasing to dealers in October of 2018.
2019 Pioneer 1000 Colors: There will be no changes for 2019 as far as color options go on this particular model Pioneer 1000 but you do have some new color options on other versions of the Pioneer 1000 and 1000-5 models, here are your options to choose from on each model:
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Colors: Red, Olive
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 EPS Colors: Active Yellow, Red, Phantom Camo
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 LE Colors: Vapor White
- 2019 Pioneer 1000-5 Colors: Red, Olive
- 2019 Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe Colors: Black, Red, Phantom Camo
- 2019 Pioneer 1000-5 LE Colors: Vapor White
When Honda engineers set out to develop an open-class multipurpose side-by-side, they weren’t interested in offering a me-too model. Using Honda’s signature total approach, they wanted to match or exceed the competition in all of the important areas, and that’s exactly what the Pioneer 1000 does:
3.1 | Engine | Pioneer 1000
Honda technicians have proven time and again that there’s simply no one better at developing engines, and their full expertise was called upon for the Pioneer 1000’s all-new, purpose-built side-by-side power plant. The result is an engine that’s head-and-shoulders above anything else on the market, serving as a reminder that there’s a reason behind the manufacturer’s name: Honda Motor Company.
When you know the power you need is always at the ready, every drive is an enjoyable experience. And that’s precisely what you get out of the class-leading 999cc liquid-cooled inline twin. Using the same Unicam® cylinder head design found in our motocross bikes, it’s more compact in size, and it still delivers the kind of horsepower and torque you’d expect from a flagship model.
“We’re very excited about the 999cc engine we’ve developed for these new Pioneers,” said Lee Edmunds, Manager of Motorcycle Marketing Communications at American Honda. “We’ve also added the industry’s only fully automatic mechanical transmission – the 6-speed Dual Clutch Transmission. With steel gears, the DCT offers true engine braking, seamless shifting and a smooth, reliable transfer of power.”
- All Pioneer 1000 models are powered by a 999cc parallel-twin engine with a Unicam® design like that of Honda’s legendary CRF motocross models, achieving high performance while simultaneously minimizing weight and bulk.
- Big power and torque: able to haul 1,000 pounds (600 pounds for California models) and tow 2,000 pounds.
- High-tech “roller rockers” have a roller that contacts the cam, greatly reducing friction and wear compared to standard rocker arms.
- Longitudinal engine mounting eliminates unnecessary right angles in the driveline, ensuring an efficient transfer of power to the ground.
- Engine and exhaust system are rubber-mounted to reduce vibration and noise.
- To help the engine meet Honda’s unmatched reliability standards, the air inlet is positioned high under the hood, resulting in a clean supply of air and excellent clearance for water fording. The air-cleaner element is a viscous paper type, for exceptional filtration and a long service life.
Pioneer 1000 Engine Performance Numbers / Details:
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Horsepower: 72 HP
- 2019 Pioneer 1000 Top Speed: 67 MPH via Electronic Speed Limiter
3.2 | Transmission | Pioneer 1000
The side-by-side market’s first fully Automatic DCT is a superior system, the perfect transmission for a flagship SxS model—and no one does DCT better than Honda, as evidenced by the sophisticated transmission on the Pioneer 1000.
- All Pioneer 1000 models now have a memory function that retains the last transmission mode after engaging reverse (started in 2017).
- Six-speed automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) on all six types; those equipped with EPS also have a sport mode switch and manual paddle shifters.
- With DCT, an advanced shift logic monitors variables including throttle position and input, engine rpm, vehicle speed and brake input to determine driving style. During relaxed input, the transmission maintains a low rpm for a quiet cabin, low vibration and improved fuel efficiency. During more aggressive input, a higher rpm is held, maximizing engine torque and power. During inconsistent throttle input, transient detection logic prevents multiple up- and downshifts. When descents are detected, the transmission downshifts to provide true engine braking.
- Changing DCT modes on the fly immediately alters the character of the machine, from quiet and relaxed to exciting and powerful.
- Even in automatic mode, the driver can override the gear selection at any time by using the paddle shifters. The selected gear will be maintained for several seconds before the transmission seamlessly reverts to fully automatic shifting.
- The low-range sub-transmission has a 1.42:1 ratio (like a 4WD truck), essentially doubling the number of gears from six to twelve.
There’s no shortage of areas where Honda has set new benchmarks with the Pioneer 1000 model lineup, but perhaps the most pertinent is the Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), which makes its first appearance ever on a side-by-side. Enthusiasts of high-performance sports cars are familiar with DCT technology, but until now, it wasn’t available to SxS customers.
What is a DCT Transmission?
A superior technology, DCT is an all-gear transmission that shifts automatically—the best of both worlds!
- As the name suggests, Dual Clutch Transmissions have two clutches—one that controls odd-numbered gear sets (first, third, fifth), and another that controls even-numbered gear sets (second, fourth, sixth). A hollow outer transmission shaft contains a separate internal shaft, and each holds one of the two clutches.
- Multiple gears are engaged simultaneously so that the transmission is constantly prepared for the next shift. For gear-changes, one clutch disengages and the other engages, resulting in shifts that are quick, smooth, seamless.
- Data, collected by a series of sensors, is processed by the ECU, which uses an advanced algorithm to determine when the shift-control motor should electronically trigger gear-changes. The clutches are controlled by sophisticated electronics and hydraulics.
- Honda is the powersports leader in DCT, having debuted it on the 2010 VFR1200F and since adapted, refined and expanded it to other motorcycles and premium ATVs.
The short answer is simple—because it’s better—but there’s obviously more to it than that, as DCT offers a long list of advantages:
- Durability: All-gear designs (with no belts) provide a direct, connected feel between the accelerator and the wheels, as well as improved durability, reduced maintenance and efficient power transfer.
- Versatility: Whereas most transmissions are either automatic or manual, DCT systems can give owners the option to choose depending on the driver and the conditions. For example, use standard automatic for relaxed cruising, sport mode to hold gears longer for more spirited driving, or manual to have fun shifting, like a sports car, or to allow precise speed control for operations like spraying and plowing.
- Performance: While DCT is known for its ease of use, its smooth, quick gear-changes are also ideal for sportier applications—hence its availability on the new CRF1000L Africa Twin adventure-touring motorcycle, and even the next-generation Acura NSX sports car. Whereas a typical CVT design transmits 88% of power to the ground, all-gear systems deliver 96-98%. DCT allows maximum engine torque and true engine braking for the heaviest loads, hills and technical terrain.
3.3 | Chassis / Suspension | Pioneer 1000
Like the engine, the Pioneer 1000’s chassis was purpose-built, engineered for uncompromising comfort and capability.
Prepare to go further than ever before. Our refined chassis enables you to tackle terrain others would shy away from, with large 27″ tires, long-travel independent front and rear suspension and huge ground clearance. The rubber-mounted engine and exhaust system insulates against excessive vibration, and on the 1000-5 model, self-leveling rear suspension compensates for changing loads which can also be added to the Pioneer 1000.
(* The Frame / Chassis pictures you see below are of the Pioneer 1000-5 but the Pioneer 1000 is identical except for the rear part of the roll cage and that is why I have included them in this post.)
- All 2019 Pioneer 1000 models come with a pre-installed winch-ready wiring harness.
- Ground clearance is an impressive 12.7 inches on the 10000.
- Dual A-arm design and fully independent suspension front and rear, with 10.5 inches of plush travel up front, 10.0 inches in back.
- All Pioneer 1000 models come equipped with 27″ tires.
3.4 | Interior | Pioneer 1000
* Special Note – The 2019 Pioneer 1000 interior picture you see above and below in the gallery are of the EPS model so that is why you see the Manual / Automatic rocker switch as well as paddle-shifters. On the 2019 Pioneer 1000 ‘Base Model’, you will NOT have those features on the dash. This is a generic picture to show you how the rest of the interior will look as other than those items, the interior and dashboard are identical between all 2019 Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 models except for the 2019 Pioneer 1000 LE & 1000-5 LE models.
Serving as a constant reminder of the Pioneer 1000’s premium status are a couple of traits for which Honda is famous—attention to detail, and fit and finish.
- Wide, comfortable bench seat for one, two or three passengers, with hand-hold straps and a shoulder belt for the center passenger (center seat is positioned high and forward to increase comfort and maximize space).
- Starting in 2017, Honda did make the padding thicker on all Pioneer 1000 seats for more comfort.
- The easy-to-use dump-bed lever can be accessed from outside the vehicle or from a front seated position.
- Hard doors with nets on all models, providing passengers with a secure feel and helping to keep mud and debris out of the rider cabin.
- Large, easy-to-reach transmission and drive levers with positive detents make it easy to identify the selected gear and drive mode by sight or feel.
- The LCD multifunction display has a large, easy-to-read screen, showing speed, odometer, trip A and B, tachometer, gear selected, transmission mode, drive mode, clock, fuel, water temperature, mode and maintenance reminder.
- Two open dash-storage areas and a weatherproof glove box.
4. Quick Overview of Features (Click on tabs)
POWERFUL 999CC TWIN-CYLINDER ENGINE
A flagship Side-by-Side starts with a flagship engine, and the all-new Pioneer 1000 features one of our best. Class-leading displacement in a compact engine size. The 999cc liquid-cooled inline twin utilizes the same Unicam® cylinder head design found in our motocross bikes and features electronic fuel injection, so you get reliable power and performance, wherever the adventure takes you. Built specifically for the Pioneer 1000, the engine is specially tuned to produce the horsepower and torque this SxS demands.
FULLY-AUTOMATIC SIX-SPEED DCT TRANSMISSION
Drive the way you want, with the industry’s first and only 6-speed Dual Clutch Transmission. The Pioneer 1000’s Automatic Dual Clutch Transmission features six forward speeds plus reverse and two gearing ranges (high and low).
ADVANCED TRANSMISSION LOGIC
The Pioneer 1000 is more than tough – it’s Honda Smart. Here are some examples: The Pioneer 1000’s advanced, fully automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission senses how you’re riding, monitoring throttle position and input, engine RPM, vehicle speed and more. Relaxed drivers get smooth shifts and lower engine speed for a smoother, quieter ride. More sporting drivers get quicker shifts and higher engine speeds to maximize engine torque and power. Going downhill? The Pioneer 1000 stays in a lower gear for superior engine braking.
HIGH / LOW SUBTRANSMISSION
With a full 42-percent gear reduction between High and Low, you get the torque you need in all 6 gears. It comes in handy when driving over difficult terrain, scaling steep hills or towing heavy loads.
BUILT IN THE U.S.A.
The Pioneer 1000 is purpose-built for the American market, right in America. Domestically and globally sourced parts are all assembled at our plant in Timmonsville, South Carolina, and once these side-by-sides roll off the line, they’re ready to explore every corner of the country.
2000-POUND TOWING CAPACITY
Call it 2000 pounds, or call it 1 ton. Ether way, the towing capacity of the Pioneer 1000 is unsurpassed by any competitor. You can load a full half-ton into the Pioneer 1000 bed. And when it’s time to unload, the bed’s tilting feature makes dumping firewood, gravel, feed or other items easy. And because it’s able to tow a full ton (2000 pounds), the Pioneer 1000 can take on big jobs that otherwise would have required a tractor or a truck.
INDEPENDENT FRONT AND REAR SUSPENSION
Dual A-arm suspension gives you 10.5 inches of travel in the front, and 10-inches of travel in the rear. Pair that with stellar ground clearance, and you maximize available traction and superior comfort maneuvering over terrain other side-by-sides would shy away from.
TURF / 2WD / 4WD / DIFF LOCK
Don’t tear up sensitive surfaces. Select Turf Mode. Want to access as much traction as possible? Put it in 4WD. Need maximum power at all four wheels? Lock the front and rear differentials. And the best part is, you can do it all with a shift of a single lever.
27″ TIRES & 12″ WHEELS
Practically speaking, the 27-inch tires on 12-inch rims help increase ground clearance, improve ride comfort, and deliver better traction. Realistically speaking, they just look great. And on the Pioneer 1000 LE model, you get Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 tires with radial construction and 14″ aluminum wheels.
ADVANCED TRANSMISSION LOGIC
The brain of the DCT, Advanced Transmission Logic, senses how you drive and adapts. Relaxed drivers get earlier shifts for a quieter ride at lower engine speeds. Sportier drivers will hold each gear longer for higher RPM shifts. And when going downhill, you get true engine braking. Now that’s a smart transmission.
ENGINE AIR INTAKE
Designed to excel in off-road use, the viscous air-filter element does an excellent job of providing clean air to the engine under tough conditions. To get the most out of your engine, you need the best air going into it. That’s why we positioned the air intake up high under the hood. It helps ensure a clean air supply, even at deeper fording depths, and with a new viscous air filter element, you get increased performance and longer service intervals.
1000-POUND-CAPACITY TILT BED
There are a ton of reasons to buy a Pioneer 1000. Among them: the half-ton hauling capacity*. No side-by-side can haul more, and when it comes to dumping, we’ve made it easier than ever, with a hydraulic assist tilt bed lever that can be accessed from outside the vehicle, or right from the driver’s seat.
*600 pound bed capacity for CA models.
3-PERSON CONTOURED BENCH SEAT
:Last year, all Pioneer 1000 models had more padding thrown in the seat to help create an even more comfortable ride. Tough, durable and built to enhance every driving experience — yes, we’re talking about the seat. Contoured for three passengers, the center seat is positioned up and forward to maximize space and comfort, and the covering is designed to resist both the elements and heavy use.
The multi-function LCD dash display is large enough to host loads of information, in an easy-to-read way, like speed and fuel level. RPM and transmission mode. Fuel gauge, water temperature, trip information and more. It even includes a clock, so you’ll always know when it’s time for some fun.
Some of the most impressive Pioneer 1000 features are those you’ll never see, but it’s one of the first things you’ll notice when on the trail. The independent, long-travel suspension, excellent ground clearance and large tires all work in concert to deliver superior ride comfort and superb traction. In addition to the suspension and ground clearance, we rubber-mounted the engine and exhaust system to insulate the cabin against excessive vibration. So while you may not see this feature, it’s one you will definitely notice.
FOUR-WHEEL DISC BRAKES
The Pioneer’s uncompromising power helps take you further than ever before. The reliable disc brakes help you stop on a dime. Built to the same standard as you’d find in our autos, the four-wheel disc brakes minimize debris from building up, ensuring consistent performance, and giving you confidence on the trail.
DRIVER / PASSENGER PROTECTION
The Pioneer 1000 is loaded with features to help provide a feeling of security for the driver and passengers. The Occupant Protection Structure uses sturdy, large-diameter tubing, and includes integrated handholds, recessed top tubes and a more spacious structure to enhance protection; it also meets OSHA’s 1928.53 rollover protective structure standard. Hard doors and roll-up side nets provide a secure feel and keep mud and debris out of the cabin, while automotive-style three-point belts with an Emergency Locking Retractor mechanism help keep everyone secure.
5. 2019 Pioneer 1000 | Model Lineup Spec Comparison Chart:
5. 2019 Pioneer 1000 | Model Lineup Spec Comparison Chart:
|Model||Pioneer 1000-5 LE
|Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe
|Pioneer 1000 LE
|Pioneer 1000 EPS
|Engine Type||999cc liquid-cooled Unicam® longitudinally mounted parallel-twin four-stroke; four valves per cylinder|
|Bore and Stroke||92.0mm x 75.15mm|
|Induction||Fuel injection, 44mm throttle bodies|
|Transmission||Six-speed automatic DCT w/ reverse and high/low|
|Driveline||Direct front and rear driveshafts|
|Valve Train||OHC, 4 valves per cylinder|
|Front||Double wishbone; 10.6 in. travel|
|Rear||Double wishbone; 10 in. travel|
|Front||Hydraulic w/ two 210mm discs|
|Rear||Hydraulic w/ two 210mm discs|
|Length||117.6 in.||116.6 in.||117.8 in.||116.8 in.|
|Height||76.4 in.||76.3 in.||76 in.|
|Ground Clearance||12.2 in.||12.4 in.||12.7 in.|
|Turning Radius||13.8 ft.|
|Towing Capacity||2,000 lbs.|
|Payload Capacity||1,000 lbs. / 600 lbs. (Models sold in CA)|
|Fuel Capacity||7.9 gal., including 1.7 gal. reserve|
|Colors||Matte Silver||Black, Red, Phantom Camo||Red, Olive||Matte Silver||Active Yellow, Red, Phantom Camo||Red, Olive|
|Curb Weight*||1,773 lbs.||1,709 lbs.||1,689 lbs.||1,642 lbs.||1,549 lbs.||1,526 lbs.|
|*Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel—ready to ride|
|Meets current CARB and EPA off-road emissions standards|
|Recommended for riders 16 years of age and older|
6. 2019 Pioneer 1000 Photo Gallery / Pictures
6. 2019 Pioneer 1000 Photo Gallery / Pictures
7. 2019 Pioneer 1000 (3P) & 1000-5 (5P) Accessories:
7. 2019 Pioneer 1000 (3P) & 1000-5 (5P) Accessories:
PIONEER 1000 & 1000-5 ACCESSORY KIT / PACKAGES
- Pioneer 1000-5 All-Weather Package 5P Price – $6,149.50
- Pioneer 1000 All-Weather Package 3P Price – $5,779.55
- Pioneer 1000-5 Trail Package 5P $1,934.80
- Pioneer 1000 Trail Package 3P $1,274.85
- Pioneer 1000-5 Hunting Package 5P $2,415.70
- Pioneer 1000 Hunting Package 3P $1,595.80
- Pioneer 1000-5 Work Package 5P $1,819.75
- Pioneer 1000 Work Package 3P $1,869.70
- Pioneer 1000-5 Protection Package 5P $1,564.60
- Pioneer 1000 Protection Package 3P $1,514.60
- Pioneer 1000 Red Custom Package 3P $1,869.50
- Pioneer 1000 Green Custom Package 3P $1,869.50
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 ROOFS & TOPS
(*Blue = Clickable Links with more information and possible $$ savings)
- Pioneer 1000-5 Hard Roof / Top 0SR85-HL4-101 $549.95
- Pioneer 1000 Hard Roof / Top 0SR85-HL4-101B $399.95
- Pioneer 1000-5 Fabric Roof / Top Rear Panel (black) 0SR85-HL4-222A $359.95
- Fabric Roof Rear Panel (black) 0SR85-HL4-211A $259.95
- Fabric Roof Rear Panel (camo) 0SR85-HL4-221C $399.95
- Fabric Roof Rear Panel (camo) 0SR85-HL4-220A $299.95
- Pioneer 1000-5 (5P) Bimini Top 0SR85-HL4-322A $179.95
- Pioneer 1000 (3P)Bimini Top 0SR85-HL4-322B $129.95
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 DOORS
- Fabric Front Doors (black) 0SR90-HL4-211A $484.95
- Fabric Front Doors (camo) 0SR90-HL4-221A $525.95
- Fabric Rear Doors (black) 0SR90-HL4-211B $559.95
- Fabric Rear Doors (camo) 0SR90-HL4-211C $599.95
- Hard Front Doors 0SU95-HL4-104 $2,599.95
- Side Mirrors 0SV05-HL4-202 $99.95
- Color Panels (red) 08F72-HL4-A01ZD $329.95
- Color Panels (green) 08F72-HL4-A01ZE $329.95
- Color Panels (red) 08F70-HL4-A51ZD $299.95
- Color Panels (green) 08F70-HL4-A51ZE $299.95
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 WINDSHIELDS / WINDSCREENS
- Glass Windshield 0SU85-HL4-105 $699.95
- Windshield Wiper Kit 0SE10-HL4-500 $299.95
- Wind Deflector 0SR73-HL4-200B $199.95
- Full Poly Windscreen (hard coat) 0SR72-HL4-A00 $529.95
- Full Poly Windscreen (optical) 0SR73-HL4-200 $399.95
- 2-Piece Poly Windscreen (hard coat) 0SR71-HL4-A00 $599.95
- 2-Piece Poly Windscreen (optical) 0SR72-HL4-100 $479.95
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 REAR PANELS
- Hard Rear Panel 0SU95-HL4-103 $479.95
- Hard Rear Panel 0SU95-HL4-102 $479.95
- Fabric Mid-Panel 0SR95-HL4-211A $139.95
- Fabric Rear Panel 0SR95-HL4-211B $139.95
- Fabric Rear Panel 0SU95-HL4-205B $139.95
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 PROTECTION (Bumpers & Brush Guards / Skid Plates)
- Front Bumper/Brush Guard 08P70-HL4-A00 $279.95
- Rear Bumper 08P73-HL4-A00 $224.95
- Rear Bumper 08P70-HL4-A50 $224.95
- Aluminum Skid Plates 08P72-HL4-A00 $379.95
- Aluminum A-Arm Guards (front) 08P74-HL4-A00 $179.95
- Aluminum A-Arm Guards (rear) 08P75-HL4-A00 $159.95
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 WINCH / PLOW / TOWING
- Warn Winch 4,500 lb 08L71-HL3-A41 $439.95
- Winch Mount Kit 08L72-HL4-A01 $299.95
- Draw Bar 08L70-HL4-A00 $69.95
- Hitch Ball 08L90-HL1-100C $14.95
- Receiver Hitch Plug 08L90-HL1-100B $14.95
- Plow Blade (72″)* 08L75-HL3-A01 $369.95
- Plow Mount Kit* 08L75-HL4-A01 $229.95
- Plow Push Tube Set* 08L76-HL3-A41 $479.95
- Plow Pulley Kit* 0SL75-WRN-A00 $49.95
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 CARGO / STORAGE
- Cab Frame Cargo Bag 0SL57-HL3-101 $69.95
- Bed Mat 0SP42-HL4-501 $139.95
- Bed Mat 0SP42-HL4-201 $99.95
- Bed Liner 0SP43-HL4-202 $299.95
- Bed Extender 08L71-HL4-A01 $299.95
- Load Leveling Suspension System* 08Z70-HL4-A51 $699.95
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 INTERIOR / CABIN | Parts & Accessories
- Front Seat Covers (camo) 0SP32-HL4-201 $169.95
- Rear Seat Covers (camo) 0SP32-HL3-201B $119.95
- Rearview Mirror 0SV05-HL4-201 $89.95
- Rubber Floor Mats 0SP63-HL4-101 $89.95
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 ELECTRICAL
- Horn Kit 08P75-HL5-A00 $34.95
- Horn Mount Kit 08Z77-HL4-A00 $59.95
- Back-up Alarm 08V70-HL5-A00 $39.95
- Back-up Alarm Mount Kit 08Z76-HL4-A00 $29.95
- Heater / Defrost 0SE01-HL4-101 $779.95
- LED Light Bar 0SV31-HL3-301 $369.95
- LED Light Bar Wire Harness 0SV31-HL4-301 $49.95
- LED Auxiliary Lights 0SV31-HL3-201 $299.95
- 45mm Light Clamp 0SV31-HL4-201A $29.95
- LED Headlights 08V71-HL4-A00 $399.95
- Switch Plate / Volt Meter / Wire Harness 0SA30-HL4-100 $329.95
Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 MISC PARTS & ACCESSORIES
- 14″ Cast Aluminum Wheel (front) 08W70-HL4-A02 $199.95 *Per Wheel
- 14″ Cast Aluminum Wheel (rear) 08W71-HL4-A01 $199.95 *Per Wheel
- Storage Cover 0SP34-HL4-100 $149.95
- Storage Cover 0SP35-HL4-100 $99.95
Honda Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 Link Index / UPDATED Blog Posts with More Detailed Information
Honda Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 pages detailing Spec Sheets, Features, Horsepower and more:
- Pioneer 1000 / 1000-5 Detailed Frame, Engine, Interior Pictures – Click Here
- Pioneer 1000 / 1000-5 Horsepower – Click Here
- Pioneer 1000 vs 700 vs 500 Horsepower | Power-to-Weight Ratio / Performance Comparison
- Pioneer 1000 vs 700 Drag Race Video – Click Here
- Pioneer 1000 Top Speed Video – Click Here
Honda Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 Model Pricing and Release Dates:
- 2016 Pioneer 1000 / 1000-5 MSRP Price List – Click Here
- 2016 Pioneer 1000 / 1000-5 Release Date Update – Click Here
Honda Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 Part & Accessory Information:
- Pioneer 1000 Accessories Overview / Pictures – Click Here
- Pioneer 1000 Custom Accessory Packages – Click Here
- Pioneer 1000 Accessories Price List – Click Here
Misc Honda Pioneer 1000 & 1000-5 Information:
- Pioneer 1000-5 Patent Application Documents – Click Here
- Pioneer 1000-5 Demo Ride Pictures – Click Here
- Pioneer 1000 Maintenance / Service Schedule – Click Here