Honda Rancher 420 Specifications

by Phil Whitmer

The Honda Rancher 420 is a heavy-duty, four-by-four all-terrain vehicle for recreational and utility use. According to Honda Motor Company, it's recommended for riders 16 years of age and older.


The 2010 Honda FourTrax Rancher 420 is powered by a single-cylinder, four-stroke, overhead valve 420 cubic centimeter engine with transistorized ignition. The liquid-cooled motor features Keihin 34 millimeter throttle-body fuel injection. Its bore and stroke is 86.5 mm by 71.5 mm.


The Rancher 420 has front and rear cargo racks, full floorboards and a lower skid plate with integrated front brush guard. It uses a five-speed transmission with reverse and a four-wheel drive to two-wheel drive selector lever. The four-wheeler has double-wishbone front suspension and rear shocks providing 6.5 inches of travel. It has dual hydraulic front brakes with a rear drum brake.


The Honda 420 is 80.9 inches long, 46.1 inches wide and 45.1 inches tall with a 32.4 inch seat height. It has a ground clearance of 6.5 inches with a 49.2 inch wheelbase and a turning radius of 49.2 inches. Its curb weight is 547 pounds.

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