Nice bike but I'm very disappointed in Honda for not having a winch mount for it. I found that I could have used one to help my fellow riders out of the snow. My cousin has a Kawasaki Prarie 360 4+4 and it has a better ride than my 420. But it doesn't have the power mine does and that's nice.
I really like the fuel injection, but I don't like the push button shift, sometimes you want to shift but you can't because the computer won't let you because of speed or engine rpm. Overall, I like the bike, it does very good in the snow and terrain. Unfortunately, if I had to buy another Honda, I would definitely check to see if they had a winch mount. And if they didn't, I would look at some other brand.
Upgrades/Accessories: Homemade winch mount with a 3000lbs Xtreme winch.
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