Can am live fast die young. Honda atv-utv will still be around for our grand kids. Can am only good for scrape metal and recyclable plastic which is green at least. Most end up that way. Sittin in a junk yard.
You mad bro?I think the pioneer is an awesome machine if its used for the intended purposes.I almost purchased one till i read the thread on tire upgrades and saw all the negative feedback and saw to many videos of them stalling or crawling in turtle mode up hills.I rode one myself and a big red to get the better feel.I just was not impressed.No biggie.To each there own.Look on the bright side,after some research i believe i found the original prototype for the pioneer,
Now that is funny, I don't care who you are.
Stuff in the barn...
2014 Honda Pioneer 700-2
2002 Honda 400 ex (mine)
2007 Honda 250 ex (wife's)
1951 Farmall H with 3pt hitch and 7ft blade
1990 Yahtsman 16ft pontoon
2006 Kubota BX 2200 Tractor with 60"mower and 48" snowblower
2010 Ofna Mutillator 1/8 scale truggy
The photo is me pulling out a razor 1000.. Factors to keep in mind:
-yes im in reverse, and everyone knows the pioneer is stronger in reverse
-but razor is sitting on a steep down hill bank that is high centered
-razor is in neutral unable to run, so dead weight
-razor has 32.5 mambas (heaviest tire on the market, i believe)
-i'm sitting in pretty thick mud myself
-pulled him out without spinning a tire
The video is a pond that certainly doesnt have a hard bottom and im in 2wd.
Im not posting this to discredit anyone with high elevation complaints.. Im strictly posting it to show the pioneers capabilities in a normally elevated area.