Less than month after Honda took the covers off its new Pioneer 1000, Honda has revealed pricing and additional specifications for its new flagship Side-by-Side.

“We know how great the Pioneer 1000 performs, and the excitement from our dealers and customers in anticipation of the model’s availability reinforces the demand for a flagship side-by-side from Honda,” says Lee Edmunds, manager of Motorcycle Marketing Communications at American Honda. “Today we confirmed pricing for all four model types, and we are excited to offer this new model at an incredible value for our customers.”

2016 Honda Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe Camo

2016 Honda Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe Camo

Four Pioneer 1000 models will be offered – two five-seat versions and two three-seat versions. All Pioneer 1000s come feature Honda’ s new 999cc Unicam twin-cylinder engine, six-speed fully automatic DCT with high/low sub-transmission, four-wheel drive and a four-mode differential lock. The Pioneer 1000 starts at $13,999. At $15,199, the Pioneer 1000 EPS gets Electric Power Steering, tilt steering wheel and colored body panels, as well as manual paddle-shift and sport DCT modes. The five-person Pioneer 1000-5 sells for $16,199, offering Honda’s QuickFlip convertible seating and self-leveling rear suspension, and the top-of-the-line Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe, with an price of $17,199, features 14-inch aluminum wheels, 27-inch radial tires, colored body panels and LED headlights.

2016 Honda Pioneer 1000 Engine

2016 Honda Pioneer 1000 Engine

Ground clearance for the Pioneer 1000 models is 12.9 in. (12.4 in. for the Pioneer 1000-5), while curb weight varies between 1,519 lbs for the three-person Pioneer 1000 and 1,709 lbs for the Pioneer 1000-5 Deluxe.

The Honda Pioneer 1000 lineup is scheduled to be available in dealerships starting in October.

2016 Honda Pioneer 1000 Specs

Honda Pioneer 1000 Specs

2016 Honda Pioneer Model Features

Honda Pioneer 1000 Features



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