2021 Honda Talon 1000X First Look


The 2021 Honda Talon 1000X is the new side by side UTV that provides beautiful and sporty design. Besides this model, which comes with only two-seats, the manufacturer also offers a four-seater model. The exciting news is that all Talon UTVs share the same industry-exclusive Automatic DCT transmission and i-4WD technology. Also, all models are complemented by a powerful 999cc twin-cylinder engine.

So, if you need a UTV that provides the best off-road handling you’ve ever experienced, the new Talon 1000X is an excellent choice. This model will arrive later this year, starting at $19,999.

2021 Honda Talon 1000X

2021 Honda Talon 1000X Review

The new 2021 Honda Talon 1000X looks more promising than the outgoing model. This model comes standard with FOX Live Valve suspension and is a little shorter than the 1000X-4 version. Also, Talon 1000X is a little narrower and is 64 inches wide, and it hosts an 87.6-inch wheelbase.

Besides compact design, the new model provides excellent maneuverability and quick handling. This is primarily thanks to the new three-link rear suspension. The manufacturer also uses an advanced occupant protection structure and ROHVA’s rollover protection on the new one. The standard-equipment includes auto-style three-point seatbelts that are equipped with the latest emergency locking retractor mechanism. Overall, this will ensure more passenger security.

2021 Honda Talon 1000X Engine Specs

The new 2021 Honda Talon 1000X is the compact UTV that will use a powerful 999cc twin-cylinder engine and new automatic six-speed DCT transmission. Unlike manual transmission, the automatic gearbox provides better control, providing better efficiency.

Generally, Honda’s DCT lets you drive the way you want, without worry. The most important thing is that one can choose between manual mode or fully automatic. Plus, the manufacturer added Sport Mode, delivering even more fun.

2021 Honda Talon 1000X rear

Release Date and Price

The new Honda Talon 1000X as the 1000-4 model, will be available later this year. As we already stated, the upcoming model will feature better styling and excellent headling thanks to the new three-link rear suspension.

According to Honda, the new Talon 1000X has a starting MSRP of a little less than $20,000. However, this price doesn’t include a destination charge of $940.

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