Honda Talon: Comfort and Design + Video

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Honda engineers packed the Talon with features that keep occupants comfortable

When most of us think of Sport SxS vehicles, driver and passenger comfort doesn’t necessarily spring to mind. But Honda engineers were definitely keeping comfort in mind when building the Honda Talon, as this machine comes loaded with features and design elements to keep you comfortable in the cockpit all day long.

The one thing that connects you to a SxS is the seat and the Honda Talon boasts bucket seats that are generously wide, bolstered at the sides to hug you in place, and padded with thick foam for a soft, comfortable feel. Add in a tilt steering wheel and the adjustable driver’s seat can accommodate almost anybody. The entire package means you won’t be still and sore after a long day of hard miles in the Talon.

Passengers are often an afterthought in Sport SxS vehicles, but not so in the Honda Talon. Honda engineers offer up passengers with a T-style grab handle that quickly adjusts for the optimum fit, an additional grab handle and armrest in the door, and a two-level floorboard so you can stretch your legs out or stay in an active position.

Nobody likes having the hot sun beat down on them all day. Thankfully, the Honda Talon comes standard with a hard roof to keep the elements at bay. It’s a small thing, but that extra shade from the sun can mean an awful lot to SxS drivers and Honda Talon owners won’t have to pay extra to buy and install one.

Honda engineers also outfitted the Talon with smart design features like automotive-style door latches for easy operation, standard nets to keep occupants safe, and a front bumper designed to protect the front of the Talon from trail debris.

Driver and passenger comfort were well thought out on the Honda Talon so you can get out and hit the trails all day.

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