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Machinery Chatter
Dan Miller Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Mon May 20, 2013 04:10 PM CDT

Earlier this year American Honda Motor Co. introduced the first in its new line of side-by-sides -- the Pioneer 700-4.

The Pioneer 700-4 incorporates a convertible-seating configuration that switches between two-, three-, or four-person seating. But the 700-4 is sized like a two-seater. The two rear seats fold, making the tilt-bed space fully available.

Now, Honda is rolling out its second model in the Pioneer line for 2014 -- the two-seat, Pioneer 700 with a 675cc liquid-cooled engine.

This version carries two passengers and up to 1,000 pounds in gear and supplies. The cargo bed tilts with a hydraulic assist. ...

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