Honda’s FourTrax Foreman has long been the workhorse of the ATV world, the machine smart riders look to when big jobs or big adventures call. Strong, rugged, famously reliable, and able to do it all, the Foreman is the boss of both ranch and trail.
Its proven fuel injected 500-class engine offers excellent power and fuel efficiency in a strong chassis with a capable, towing-friendly swingarm rear suspension. Find yourself in a sticky situation? The front differential lock will help make sure you get back to camp. A new reverse mechanism for 2015 is easier to use. And finally, all of these features are wrapped up in some tough, aggressively styled bodywork to set Foreman apart from the competition.
Serious Terrain Demands Serious Traction: The Honda Foreman 4x4 features a front differential with two great features. TraxLok lets you switch between two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive with the push of a button. Need even more traction? In really tough situations you can lock the front differential solid, driving full power to all wheels—a real benefit in rocky, swampy, or uneven terrain.
It Looks Tough. Because It Is Tough: The Foreman’s bodywork gives it a rugged appearance. But it does more than just look good. It’s designed to last, despite the scrapes and dings in the woods or on the job and helps protect you from mud and other debris and to keep looking good as long as you own it.
New Reverse Lever: Need to back up to load your ATV or get out of a tight spot on the trail? With the Foreman’s new reverse lever, it’s easier than ever.
Tough On The Job. Not On You: The Foreman 4x4’s rear swingarm with solid axles provides superior capability for towing and hauling. It’s long- suspension stroke and plush seat lets you tackle your favorite trail or the toughest chores in comfort all day long.