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Honda Pioneer 700: Arizona Test Ride
Jim Patrico Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Mon Mar 24, 2014 08:52 AM CDT

Riding along the spartanly beautiful north rim of the Grand Canyon it was sometimes difficult to pay attention to the reason our group of 15 or so had traveled here to the remote Arizona Strip. That was to test drive American Honda's 2014 Pioneer 700 and 700-4 (two- and four-seat models, respectively)

The 5 million-acre Arizona Strip in northwest Arizona is isolated from the rest of state by the Grand Canyon (and thousands of other canyons). It is some of the most remote terrain in the U.S.—and home to trophy mule deer. The 60 miles of rock-strewn trails we covered ...

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