2020 Honda ATV Model Lineup | Reviews

– 2020 Honda ATV Model Lineup Reviews & Specs: Sport & Utility 680, 520, 420, 250, 90 Models –

2020 Honda ATV Model Lineup: Review / Buyer's Guide

Looking for the latest new 2020 Honda ATV models both Sport & Utility? Want to know all of the nitty-gritty specs as soon as they are released like their horsepower & torque performance figures, MSRP prices, model comparisons etc? You’ve found the right place!

The page below will cover all of the 2020 Honda Rubicon 520, Foreman 520, Rancher 420, Recon 250, Rincon 680 and also the TRX250X / TRX90X sport models just like I’ve done on all of the previous 2019 and prior model years that you can check out and compare by Clicking Here. Stay tuned as I update this page with detailed reviews on each model with in-depth model breakdowns with R&D and loads of info explaining all of the 2020 ATV model variations and their differences as well as the new changes when comparing the 2020 VS 2019 model years.

Check out the Official 2020 Honda ATV Model Lineup Announcement in its entirety by Clicking Here.

2020 Honda Rubicon 520

For 2020, Honda’s extremely popular, do-it-all 500-class FourTrax Foreman Rubicon benefits from more of the very qualities that have long made this model such a popular choice with customers. All Rubicon models still come standard with Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) for exceptional traction and comfort, and they now get a 43cc displacement increase to 518cc, adding power where it’s used most, in the low- and middle-rpm ranges. On non-manual models, engaging the reverse gear is now a simple operation accomplished electronically via a single lever that fits a wide range of hand sizes and can be operated easily and quickly, without the need to engage neutral. Four Rubicon models are offered, three of which come with a high-tech Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), and those three now feature manual-shift override capability so that riders can command gear changes at will, even in automatic mode—enabling use of engine braking for situations like corner entry and descents. (Automatic mode takes over again a few seconds after manual inputs.) The Rubicon models’ front and rear cargo racks now have expanded planar surfaces for more carrying options, and they integrate with Honda’s new Pro-Connect line of modular accessories. Off-road-legal in all 50 states, all Rubicon models get a new front grill, as well as an updated 50-watt LED assist headlight and a 1.9-liter front utility box that can be accessed from the rider cockpit when stopped.

2020 Honda Foreman 520

The real workhorse in Honda’s multipurpose ATV lineup, the FourTrax Foreman 4×4 is ready to tackle any job—now more than ever thanks to a displacement increase to 518cc that delivers stronger acceleration and improved towing performance. All three Foreman models have swingarm rear suspension that keeps weight low and provides a great, unsprung platform for a tow hitch. For 2020, they have the same new assist light, front utility box, and front and rear Pro-Connect-compatible racks as the Rubicon, and the flagship Foreman 4×4 ES EPS gets the new, simpler reverse lever, which is particularly welcome for jobs like plowing that involve frequent transitions between forward and reverse motion.

Honda mixed it up this year with 2020 Foreman 520 model variations and bringing some back from the dead so-to-say that have been previously discontinued. Example; The 2020 Foreman 4×4 EPS manual-shift model (TRX520FM2).

  • 2020 Foreman Colors:
    • FourTrax Foreman 4×4 ES EPS: Honda Phantom Camo, Red, Reactor Blue
    • FourTrax Foreman 4X4 EPS: Honda Phantom Camo, Red, Olive
    • FourTrax Foreman 4×4: Honda Phantom Camo, Red, Olive
  • 2020 Foreman Prices: Starting at $7,399
    • FourTrax Foreman 4×4 ES EPS Price / MSRP: $8,349
    • FourTrax Foreman 4X4 EPS Price / MSRP: $8,099 (Phantom Camo $8,599)
    • FourTrax Foreman 4×4 Price / MSRP: $7,399 (Phantom Camo $7,899)
  • 2020 Foreman Release Date: Summer 2019
  • 2020 Foreman Changes: Yes, shown above

2020 Honda Rancher 420

No ATV is offered in more variations than Honda’s FourTrax Rancher, and no ATV has been sold in greater numbers. With no fewer than eight different models offering myriad combinations of transmission (automatic DCT, Electric Shift ProgramTM and manual), rear suspension (swingarm and independent dual arm) and steering types—plus two- and four-wheel drive—the 420cc Rancher family packs maneuverability and muscle into a tough ATV that is ready for any activity. All Ranchers receive the new Pro-Connect-compatible racks and front utility box, and the two automatic transmission types (DCT and ESP) get the improved reverse lever and manual-override capability.

Honda mixed it up this year with 2020 Rancher model variations and bringing some back from the dead so-to-say that have been previously discontinued. Example; The 2020 Rancher ES 2×4 (TRX420TE1) makes a return as does the 2020 Rancher 4×4 EPS manual-shift model (TRX420FM2).

Honda is skimping on available 2020 Rancher 420 pictures at this time. I’ll have more up shortly.

  • 2020 Rancher Colors
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 AT IRS EPS: Honda Phantom Camo, Red, Moose Brown
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 AT IRS: Red, Olive
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 AT EPS: Honda Phantom Camo, Red, Active Yellow
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 EPS: Honda Phantom Camo, Red, Olive
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 ES: Honda Phantom Camo, Red, Olive
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4: Honda Phantom Camo, Red, Olive
    • FourTrax Rancher ES: Red, Olive
    • FourTrax Rancher: Red, Olive
  • 2020 Rancher Prices: Starting at $5,499
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 AT IRS EPS Price / MSRP: $8,199 (Phantom Camo $8,699)
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 AT IRS Price / MSRP: $7,499
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 AT EPS Price / MSRP: $7,699 (Phantom Camo $8,199)
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 EPS Price / MSRP: $7,199 (Phantom Camo $7,699)
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 ES Price / MSRP: $6,799 (Phantom Camo $7,299)
    • FourTrax Rancher 4×4 Price / MSRP: $6,499 (Phantom Camo $6,899)
    • FourTrax Rancher ES Price / MSRP: $5,799
    • FourTrax Rancher: $5,499
  • 2020 Rancher Release Date: Summer 2019
  • 2020 Rancher Changes: Yes, shown above

2020 Honda Rincon 680

Powered by a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 675cc single-cylinder engine, the FourTrax Rincon is Honda’s largest-displacement ATV. Noted for the plush ride delivered by its Independent Rear Suspension, the Rincon is also capable of hard work. The engine is mounted longitudinally to align the crankshaft with the vehicle’s direction of travel for more direct connection with the rear axle, and an automatic three-speed transmission with hydraulic torque converter is standard.

  • 2020 Rincon Colors: Honda Phantom Camo, Red
  • 2020 Rincon Price / MSRP: TBA
  • 2020 Rincon Release Date: Summer 2019
  • 2020 Rincon Changes: None

2020 Honda Recon 250

Even Honda’s smallest multi-purpose ATV is up to the big jobs. The air-cooled, overhead-valve 229cc engine brings legendary reliability and user-friendly power delivery. Combine that with a lightweight and supremely nimble chassis and you’ve got a great-handling, fun, hardworking, machine. Transmission options include manual foot shifting or Honda’s ESP handlebar-mounted push-button gear selector.

  • 2020 Recon Colors: Red, Olive
  • 2020 Recon Price / MSRP: TBA
  • 2020 Recon Release Date: Summer 2019
  • 2020 Recon Changes: None

2020 Honda TRX250X 

When enjoyment is on the agenda, sign up Honda’s friendly, fun TRX250X and see where the trail leads. This popular sport model’s longitudinally mounted, air-cooled overhead-valve 229cc engine helps to keep vehicle weight low for nimble handling, and the SportClutch™ boasts the best of both worlds—anti-stall technology but with manual-override capability. Independent double-wishbone front suspension and a rear swingarm keep things smooth during spirited riding.

  • 2020 TRX250X Colors: Red, Metallic Blue
  • 2020 TRX250X Price / MSRP: TBA
  • 2020 TRX250X Release Date: Summer 2019
  • 2020 TRX250X Changes: None

2020 Honda TRX90X 

The ideal choice for getting young riders started on a lifetime appreciation of the great outdoors, Honda’s dependable, fun TRX90X sport ATV is great for learning riding skills while having a ball. The 86cc single-overhead-cam engine possesses enough torque to keep up with the bigger ATVs on family rides yet has Honda’s trademark user-friendly power delivery. Best of all, Honda quality means the TRX90X can bring multiple generations of new riders into the sport.

  • 2020 TRX90X Colors: Red, Olive, White
  • 2020 TRX90X Price / MSRP: TBA
  • 2020 TRX90X Release Date: Fall 2019
  • 2020 TRX90X Changes: None

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