Honda is ready to introduce a much better version of the popular side by side Pioneer 520. The new 2021 Honda Pioneer 520 will be the perfect choice if you’re looking for a versatile UTV that doesn’t cost much. Dimensionally, this model offers 50 in width, and thanks to that, it comes with comfortable seats for two. Also, it fits in a full-sized pickup bed, making transportation easy.
Generally, the biggest news for 2021 is that the new 518cc engine powers the upcoming Pioneer 520. This UTV uses Honda’s latest automatic transmission with AT/MT modes. Like the previous model, the new one offers a choice of selectable two or four-wheel drive.
2021 Honda Pioneer 520 Design and Features
The forthcoming side by side 2021 Honda Pioneer 520 is an excellent option if you are looking for such a type of UTV. This model comes with a fully independent front and rear suspension, meaning you will get a much smoother ride, especially over rough terrain.
Like many sides by the side UTVs, Pioneer 520 comes with comfortable bench-style seats, including seatbelts for both rider and passenger. Besides, it’s equipped with the latest Honda Pro-Connect™ system accessories. It includes an excellent windscreen, cargo boxes to chainsaw mounts, removable roofs, and much more.
Engine Details and Transmission
The new engine of the 2021 Honda Pioneer 529 is much bigger and more potent than Pioneer 500. This model uses a 518cc engine, featuring electronic fuel injection for effortless cold-weather. The engine is liquid-cooled, which provides lower temperatures than a comparable air-cooled motor. It’s also coupled with an efficient five-speed automatic transmission, offering plenty of pulling power.
Towing and Hauling
When it comes to towing, the forthcoming UTV punches capacity way above its weight. Primary thanks to its 450-pound bed capacity, this model can offer 1000-pound of maximum towing.
2021 Honda Pioneer 520 Release Date and Price
The 2021 Honda Pioneer 520 is everything that you need for all-day fun. This model looks much better than before, and it offers a more powerful engine.
Honda recently revealed that a new UTV version would be available later this year, starting at $9,500. The mentioned price doesn’t include a destination charge of $660.