HONDA PIONEER 700-4
High octane gas only.
Rigid all weather roof
Seats 5 total
4 Wheel Drive
4000lb winch with remote.
Fold in floor rear seats.
2 Inch receiver hitch
Transmission is fully automatic, place the machine in DRIVE or REVERSE the press the accelerator. Make sure vehicle is fully stopped before changing from Drive to Reverse.
2 Wheel Drive - Normal daily operation on dry ground.
4 Wheel Drive - Shift on the fly as needed for wet, muddy or slick surfaces. All four wheels grip and send power right to left as needed.
Diff. Lock - Extreme terrain
All four wheels get equal power.
WARNING: Diff. Lock makes the vehicle very difficult to turn and maneuver. This mode should not be used under normal track conditions even at a "mud event"
Do not engage 4wd when the wheels are spinning.
Machine must be STOPPED before shifting into Diff. Lock.
Watch for indicator on instrument cluster to illuminate.
Rear Seats- (Open) Open rear door and tilt seat out of the floor, lock back into place. Pull down lumbar cushion and secure it into place.
Rear Seats- (Close) Open rear door unlatch lumbar cushion and fold it upward and secure it with strap. Unlock seat back, push forward and allow it to drop into the floor.
Warning Lights: As with any company vehicle RED = BAD / SHUT DOWN CALL FOR HELP
Dash Panel: Displays speed, fuel level, warning lights, mode lights, trip odometer etc.
Parking Brake: Left of steering wheel (Lever with push button)
Door Handles: Inside door at the top, pull / squeeze to open.
Fuel access: Inside the passenger side door.
Fuel: 90 Octane Gasoline or higher, no Ethanol if available
Battery access: Under bench seat cushion. (Do not jump start with this UTV)
Winch: Switch located on dash IN/OUT (Remote cord in glove box)
Honda recommended COLD pressure levels:
Front: 10 PSI (70 kPa), Under heavy load maintain 10 PSI in front tires.
Rear: 12 PSI (80 kPa), Under heavy load maxim 18 PSI (120 kPa)
Safe Operation: Refer to vehicle placards and company SOP/SOG "ATV Operation"
This vehicle has no staff serviceable parts, call an officer for assistance.