7 responses

  1. larry toeppe
    December 27, 2008

    I’m looking to buy a sxs and have been leaning toward the rhino…after reading this article I think I’m going to give this honda some serious thought becouse of the honda quality. I’m wondering if there are any performance upgrades that are available and accessories such as heaters etc. I’m just a little concerned about the power of the single cylinder vs the v twin. What is the top speed of this unit? Will it do ok on moderate mountain trails? Thanks for the imput!

  2. beaver
    February 25, 2009

    i jus go one on feb 22. i love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it is a great m.u.v.!!!!!! not for the sporty category though, but does just fine for what i need it for .

  3. jerry
    April 28, 2009

    i plow my 1 mile driveway with the honda muv and it pushes all the snow with no problem. 2 thumbs up

  4. chris
    August 28, 2009

    i love the big red but it needs a programmer or a chip to pep it up some other than that its great just lacking in power!!!!!!

  5. David Ertle
    October 7, 2009

    I just purchased one and I’m looking for a good plow system. Can Gerry tell me what system he has?

  6. Ron Smith
    July 20, 2011

    I purchased a 2010 Honda Big Red, and LOVE it! They say its not sporty, but they are wrong! We ride about every weekend, and my friends have Rhinos, Razars, Rangers, the after market Rhinos( we call Chino), My Big Red is Awsome! They say it will run 42 mph, well it will. Thats pretty fast. But I love the way it shifts, just like a car. I’ve added lights, stereo. Going to add another battery, hopefully today. Got the box mounted, but was wondering if just adding it to the battery in the bike will hurt anything?

  7. The O
    November 24, 2012

    Got a 2012 big red side by side and finding it very hard to start in cold weather, anyone else having this problem and what to do about it?

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