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Model Comparison: Honda Talon X / Talon R
While both new Honda Talon models are suitable for a wide variety of Sports side-by-side applications, each is positioned to specialize in a different area of the spectrum. Following is a breakdown of how the two model variations compare:

Shared Key Features

  • 999cc Unicam® parallel-twin engine, performance-tuned for strong torque and linear power delivery
  • 6-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) with high-low sub-transmission and automatic and manual modes
  • Ignition Feedback Control for faster gear changes
  • On-the-fly changing between 2WD and 4WD via dash-mounted switch that operates at any engine speed
  • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) for stability under braking
  • Brake Traction Control System (BTCS) directs torque to wheels that have the most grip
  • 44% front weight bias for balanced handling
  • Center console and creature comfort dual cockpits
  • Tuned intake and exhaust for performance and sound quality
  • Hill Start Assist (HSA)
  • Piston oil jets for cool engine temperature and engine longevity
  • Oversized radiator and fan
  • Driveshaft boot protectors
  • Comfortable, weather-resistant supportive seats
  • Clutch temperature warning light
  • LED Headlights with high/low beam

TALON X












Excelling in situations calling for precise maneuverability, the Talon X features suspension design and components are tuned to allow the tires to grip the ground for maximum traction and provide a plush ride. Those who love conquering challenging sections and climbs need look no further.

Colors

  • Red/Gray with red suspension accents
  • Gray/Blue with silver suspension accents

Differentiating Features 

  • Double-wishbone front suspension, Fox Podium 2.0 shocks with Quick Switch 3, 14.5 inches of travel
  • 3 Link rear suspension with high-clearance trailing arm, Fox Podium 2.0 shocks with Quick Switch 3, 15 inches of travel

TALON R












The Talon R shines in high-speed driving associated with open terrain found throughout the country, including deserts, salt flats and pastures. Suspension design and components are set up for big air and hitting obstacles at velocity. For wide-open adventurists, the Talon R is ready for anything the horizon offers.

Colors 

  • Red with red suspension accents
  • Green/Silver with silver suspension accents

Differentiating Features 

  • Double-wishbone front suspension, Fox Podium 2.5 shocks with Quick Switch 3, 17.7 inches of travel
  • 4+ Link trailing-arm rear suspension with toe link, Fox Podium 2.5 shocks with Quick Switch 3, 20.1 inches of travel

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