2014 TRX420 Rancher

2014 TRX420 Rancher ATV SALE 
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Introducing the All New 2014 TRX420 Rancher! Take a second and tell us what you think after you review all of the 2014 Rancher info, we always love to see what people think when it comes to new models etc. 2014 Rancher Release Date was scheduled for September of 2013 and thankfully Honda kept up their end of the deal, so we now have the 2014 Rancher 420 in stock at Honda of Chattanooga.

We're not jacking the prices up and tacking on a lot of freight / prep / setup fee's either... These are and will be limited for a while so contact me today to put your name on one.


2014 Rancher 420 Orange AT EPS Power Steering Automatic TRX420FA2E TRX420 Wholesale ATV prices Chattanooga southern TN area GA AL KY TN SC NC
2014 Rancher AT / Automatic + EPS / Electronic Power Steering SALE at Honda of Chattanooga


2014 Rancher 420 Model Options / Packages

IMPORTANT ---> Due to Honda's new Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) policy our typical wholesale Honda ATV prices are too low to advertise. To get our current 2014 Rancher 420 SALE Prices please see below. Don't forget we do have a few leftover 2013 Honda ATVs that we're blowing out super cheap!


For our 2014 Rancher 420 SALE Price:
---> For a detailed Review of the Specs & Features on the 2014 Rancher 420 please scroll down. You will also find more 2014 Rancher 420 Pictures & Video too.

Want to check out the rest of the 2014 Honda ATV model lineup? Click Here ---> 2014 Honda ATV Lineup








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Honda surprised us all back in 2007 when they redesigned the Rancher and went from the TRX350 Rancher that everyone had came to know and love over the years. Well the TRX420 Rancher has been out now since 2007 and has been a bullet-proof ATV, it's actually hard to believe it has been that many years now that I think about it haha. Honda has never let their guard down when it comes to making the Best Utility ATVs out there and the all new 2014 TRX420 Rancher proves that point. They took what was proven and kept it, while changing everything else up to truly make the 2014 Rancher a step above the 2013 model 420 Rancher. Now for the fun part, we'll get into what all Honda has up their sleeves for the 2014 Rancher model lineup.

2014 Rancher 420 Color Options:
2014 Rancher 420 Orange
2014 Rancher 420 Red
2014 Rancher 420 Olive / Green
2014 Rancher 420 Camo

Over the years, Honda's liquid-cooled fuel-injected 420cc FourTrax Rancher series has built a wide-ranging, loyal and enthusiastic following, thanks in large part to the multiple configurations that are available to meet many varied rider needs. For 2014, these FourTrax Rancher models feature an all-new chassis with a redesigned frame featuring new, longer-travel suspension for enhanced rider comfort plus outstanding performance over rugged terrain. That new chassis is wrapped in all-new bodywork with distinctively aggressive styling.




2014 Rancher 420 Walk-Around Video / Red TRX420FM1E


The multiple choices in drivetrain styles remain; the 4WD FourTrax Rancher 4x4 ES features Honda's highly regarded Electric Shift Program (ESP) that makes gear shifts as easy as pushing a button, while the 4WD FourTrax Rancher Automatic DCT features Honda's Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), a five-speed fully automatic transmission that also gives the rider the option of ESP mode. The FourTrax Rancher 4x4 offers riders 4WD with a traditional manual-shift gearbox. The two-wheel-drive FourTrax Rancher available with manual or electric shift offers terrific performance, at an extremely affordable price point. Most of these models also offer the option of Electric Power Steering—all considered, it adds up to a wealth of wonderful choices for off-road work and play.


2014 Rancher 420 Walk-Around Video // Olive / Green TRX420FM1E






2014 Rancher ATV Features:

- Powered by Honda's proven fuel-injected 420cc liquid-cooled OHV single-cylinder engine.
- New fuel injection settings lead to improved fuel efficiency and emissions.
- All-new chassis tuned for class-leading handling and perfomance.
- All-new bodywork plus other styling changes give the FourTrax Rancher a more aggressive look.
- Increased ride comfort thanks to a new seat and optimized ergonomics.
- Increased suspension travel front and rear with optimized settings for a plush ride.
-  2014 Rancher Colors: Red, Green, and the new Honda-designed and trademarked Honda Phantom Camo for all models. Rancher Automatic DCT: Orange.
- A full line of accessories will be available when the 2014 FourTrax Rancher lineup arrives in the Honda dealer network later this year.
- MORE INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE THIS FALL.


2014 Rancher Vs 2013 Rancher ATV Comparison



Over the years, Honda's liquid-cooled fuel-injected 420cc FourTrax Rancher ATV series has built a huge number of loyal followers—and for good reason. Whether the day calls for multiple tasks on a job site, chores around the homestead or a ride in the woods just for fun, the Rancher formula really hits a sweet spot by combining hard-working full-size ATV capabilities in a package with manageable dimensions. These are incredibly versatile machines packed full of Honda quality and reliability, and the Rancher's pricing makes each model a real value in today's market.
In large part, credit for the Ranchers' extreme popularity and versatility must go to the multiple drivetrain configurations available to meet most any rider's checklist. But the great news for 2014 is that these FourTrax Rancher models now feature an all-new chassis with a redesigned frame featuring new, longer-travel suspension plus a lot more. In addition, that new chassis can be easily identified because it's wrapped in all-new bodywork with distinctively aggressive styling and added functionality.

A Wealth of 2014 Rancher 420 Transmission Options

Honda's unbeatable variation in drivetrain styles in this series gives consumers an extraordinary variety in choices: The two-wheel-drive FourTrax Rancher is available with manual gearbox or in ES configuration, featuring Honda's highly regarded Electric Shift Program (ESP) that makes gear shifts as easy as touching a button; the FourTrax Rancher 4x4 adds TraxLok 4WD capabilities; the FourTrax Rancher 4x4 ES adds ESP push-button shifting to that 4WD equation; and the Rancher 4x4 Automatic DCT features Honda's heralded Automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), a five-speed fully automatic transmission that also gives the rider the option of ESP mode.
For 2014, the Rancher 4x4 Automatic DCT now employs a new-generation DCT with an elevated level of sophistication: new updated dual-zone shift logic offers improved adaptation to all riding conditions based on rider and vehicle inputs. The result: the best-performing Automatic DCT we've ever put in an ATV that offers the right gear, at the right time, all the time, all automatically—to create a whole new level of riding compatibility.
To top things off, the Rancher 4x4 model and 4x4 Automatic DCT Rancher also offer the option of Electric Power Steering. Below you'll find a chart that helps with quick correlation between models and technical features, and in the accompanying sidebar you'll find additional detailed information regarding these different transmission systems and TraxLok technology. But regardless of how you look at things, it all adds up to a wealth of wonderful Rancher choices for off-road work or play.



2014 Rancher Upgrades / Changes

For 2014, these brand-new Ranchers incorporate a host of upgrades, starting with an all-new double-cradle steel frame developed with Computer Aided Engineering. This new frame features increased stiffness for even more precise handling, while more effectively transferring energy for a smoother ride.
An all-new swingarm with an enclosed rear axle was also developed to add strength and rigidity to the chassis. As another plus, this design allows the swingarm rather than the rear final gear bearings to support rear-wheel loads—a design that adds to driveline durability. This new swingarm mounts in new rubber swingarm pivot bushings that absorb input loads at the swingarm/frame junction, which adds to improved ride comfort. As a side benefit, since these rubber bushings are bonded to the inner and outer swingarm collars, dirt cannot enter into the swingarm pivot area—and that adds to long-term durability. In addition, this new rear axle setup locates the sealed mechanical rear drum brake inside the right rear wheel for improved protection and increased ground clearance. Larger, dual hydraulic disc brakes up front offer added stopping power.



This new chassis also incorporates brand-new suspension front and rear. The shocks feature new damping characteristics plus an increase in travel to 6.7 inches at both ends for a plush and controlled ride. These shocks also offer adjustable spring preload that allows for quick and easy suspension tuning to match varying loads and riding conditions. Also, new sealed steering knuckle bearings add extended durability and a full-length composite lower skidplate with integrated front brush guard add protection.
Aboard the Ranchers that incorporate Honda's Electric Power Steering, a new attachment layout using a three-point mount for the EPS mechanism makes the entire unit more rigid in its placement, and that makes for even more precise steering. This EPS system is a next-generation setup for 2014 that incorporates new settings for improved linearity in steering response, reduced low-speed steering effort for enhanced maneuverability and decreased kickback traits for improved all-around steering action.

At the Heart of the 2014 Rancher Engine

In the engine department, all Ranchers make good use of the rugged and proven OHV liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 420cc engine. In signature Honda style, these Rancher engines are longitudinally mounted to allow direct driveshaft alignment to both front and rear wheels for maximum drivetrain efficiency. The overhead-valve design provides compact engine dimensions for excellent ground clearance while maintaining a broad, easy-to-use powerband.
New mapping for the Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) system combined with new oxygen sensor feedback technology improves power delivery and throttle response, while also improving emissions and fuel efficiency for greater range and reduced tailpipe emissions. All models feature super-heavy-duty clutch construction for excellent driveability and towing capability. Downstream in the drivetrain, new tougher, plastic CV joint boots supply added durability thanks to their more puncture- and tear-resistant qualities.
Other changes for 2014 include a new fuel pump that is derived from Honda automobile technology; the pump mounts in the fuel tank for better heat isolation and offers an increase in filter life. All Ranchers feature increased AC output for 2014 to support electrical accessory needs: most models see a 16 percent jump to 416 watts, while the Automatic DCT model gains 21 percent to 450 watts. A stainless-steel exhaust system includes a USDA-qualified spark arrester/muffler designed for quiet operation and long-lasting performance.
More and More for the 2014 Rancher
Other more visible changes for 2014 include an all-new one-piece tank/side cover that allows easy access for maintenance—no tools are required for removal. This newly styled bodywork also provides better mud protection for the rider. Buyers who choose the new Honda Phantom Camo scheme will find it not only provides excellent camouflage properties that help the ATV blend into a wide range of field environments, but new Honda application processes also provide better graphic adhesion, excellent durability and improved resistance to fuel spillage to keep things looking better, longer.
A new meter display for all models (excluding the manual-shift 2WD Rancher) features added functions: an electronic fuel gauge, clock, coolant temperature gauge and a "maintenance minder" system that tracks both hours of run time plus miles driven. Also, the twin-headlight system has been redesigned and now features 35-watt headlights with a more focused light distribution pattern for improved visibility after dark. And a newly optimized rider triangle promotes added comfort, while a 0.8 inch-increase in seat foam thickness and softer seat foam density add further to rider comfort.
All things considered, this collection of new Rancher models for 2014 adds up to a dizzying array of choices. Throw in the 17 accessories available from Honda Genuine and Signature Accessories and the variations on the Rancher theme really get wild. Yet in the end, the decision of which model works best depends on the eye of the beholder, while taking into account the foreseeable uses that may crop up down the line. But regardless of the tasks at hand, with the 2014 Rancher lineup Honda continues to hit that sweet spot in the world of Multi Purpose ATVs.

Spotlight on 2014 Rancher 420 Transmission Options and TraxLok

ATV riders find Honda's Rancher lineup to be especially attractive, thanks largely to the proliferation of transmission/drivetrain configurations available that meet just about every need imaginable. First, there's a traditional manual-shift five-speed that has proven to be extremely durable and is still favored by many riders.
Next, consider Honda's Electric Shift Program (ESP): a convenient alternative to the manual gearbox that makes gear shifts as easy as pressing the upshift or downshift button. With ESP, an onboard Electronic Control Module (ECM) monitors information from four sensors—engine rpm, countershaft speed, shift drum angle and shift spindle angle—to control the speed of the electric-shift motor's gear and clutch engagement. Gear-engagement speed varies according to rider usage: The transmission shifts more quickly when the riding style turns sporty. A Neutral lockout at speeds greater than two mph ensures available engine braking when descending hills. For smooth shifting, the transmission cannot be shifted from Neutral to First gear or Reverse at engine speeds above 3000 rpm. ESP is not dependent on battery power; it operates whenever the engine is running. Should the rider ever need to shift manually, ES models are also equipped with an auxiliary shift lever in the toolkit.



A first in the world of ATVs, Honda's premium Automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) in the Rancher 4x4 Automatic DCT model makes it a standout. As mentioned in the main body of the Rancher story, for 2014 the Rancher 4x4 Automatic DCT now employs a new-generation DCT with an elevated level of sophistication: new updated dual-zone shift logic offers improved adaptation to all riding conditions based on rider and vehicle inputs, effectively and intuitively adjusting shift points whether riding under normal or aggressive conditions. Thanks to this change, the DCT significantly reduces gear "hunting"—that is, shifting back and forth repeatedly between two gears—as it performs the most appropriate shift actions automatically. As a result, the net benefits to the rider are manyfold: better automatic transmission feel as the Rancher reacts more intuitively to the rider's operational style and intentions; enhanced power feel; increased response; reduced engine lugging; plus less fatigue and more rider comfort.
The key to the DCT design is the innovative dual-clutch configuration coupled with a two-piece mainshaft. The first mainshaft has first, third and fifth gears all driven by the first clutch. The second mainshaft is sleeved over the first shaft. It carries second, fourth and reverse gears, and it's driven by the second clutch. This designs allows two gears to be engaged at the same time, and each gear is pre-shifted before power is applied. Shifting is then accomplished by disengaging once clutch and engaging the other.
One advantage to this DCT system is extremely quick shifts for less driveline lurching between shifts, especially under load, which means the chassis attitude remains more consistent during gear changes. When engaging downhill slopes, this system also provides true controlled compression braking. In addition, this automatic five-speed transmission's maintenance needs are greatly reduced, while power-transfer efficiency is improved to make the riding experience all the more enjoyable. Furthermore, since this DCT uses conventional transmission gears, it's as rugged and durable as Honda's conventional manual transmission. This fully automatic transmission also gives the rider the option of using the ESP push-button shifting mode as desired.
The Rancher 4x4 models also feature TraxLok selectable 2WD/4WD capabilities that enable the rider to quickly shift between the nimble handling of a 2WD and the extra traction of a 4WD ATV. TraxLok incorporates a two-way mechanical roller clutch with a series of hardened-steel rollers that lock up in a mere six degrees of rotation for a smooth, virtually instantaneous response while either accelerating or decelerating on flat ground or an incline. This system also operates in Reverse. To ensure smooth operation, the TraxLok system only engages when the speed differential between the front and rear wheels is less than six mph. Once engaged, the system remains engaged on downhills for true 4WD braking.
In addition, when TraxLok 4WD mode is engaged, a torque-sensitive limited-slip front differential reduces steering effort for a lighter feel. This torque-sensitive limited-slip front differential automatically sends power to whichever front wheel has the most grip. This system also allows both wheels to maintain essentially the same speed and drive regardless of traction conditions. It also virtually eliminates torque steer and drastically reduces the effort necessary to initiate a turn, thus shortening the turning radius and improving handling.

2014 Rancher 420 ATV Specs

2014 Rancher AT - DCT 420 Specs // 2014 Rancher AT - DCT with Electronic Power Steering 4x4 Specs

Model:TRX420FA1 / TRX420FA2 (with EPS)
Engine Type:420cc liquid-cooled OHV semi-dry-sump longitudinally mounted single-cylinder four-stroke
Bore and Stroke:86.5mm x 71.5mm
Induction:Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI), 34mm throttle body
Ignition:Full-transistorized with electronic advance
Starter:Electric with optional auxiliary recoil
Clutch:Automatic
Transmission:Automatic ESP five-speed with Reverse
Driveline:Direct front and rear driveshafts
SuspensionFront: Independent double-wishbone; 6.7 inches travel
Rear: Swingarm with single shock; 6.7 inches travel
BrakesFront: Dual hydraulic discs
Rear: Single hydraulic disc
TiresFront: 24 x 8-12
Rear: 24 x 10-11
Length:82.8 inches
Width:47.4 inches
Height:46.2 inches
Seat Height:33.7 inches
Ground Clearance:7.2 inches
Wheelbase:49.9 inches
Turning Radius:9.2 feet
Fuel Capacity:3.9 gallons, including 1.3-gallon reserve
Colors:Honda Phantom Camo, Olive, Orange, Red
Curb Weight*:626 pounds (TRX420FA1) / 639 pounds (TRX420FA2)





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