You literally couldn't pay me to own a Honda 4 wheeler. I use one at work that was bought brand new in 2016 and there is nothing good about it. It has electric shift which doesn't work well since there really is no "low" range for steep declines. Everything on it is electronic (speedo, tach, fuel gauge, etc.) which sucks the life out of batteries. I'm on the third batter in 5 years! Finally, perhaps the worst thing, there is no "pull start" option if the battery dies. This is totally unacceptable. Prior to this heap of junk, I had a 1987 Polaris 4x4, 250 that could run circles around the 2015 Honda. It had a PVT (Polaris variable transmission), so there was no shifting required, which was nice when you have gloves on or large snow boots, both of which make the Honda difficult to shift. This thing had a 4Low range that could climb or descend the steepest of grades without braking. Finally, it had a backup pull-start option if the battery died. It is obvious to me that the person who designed the Honda was an office guy who never went into the field/backcountry to use the machine. When the Honda is running its OK, but the problem is IF the Honda will even run. Wish I could trade it, but I don't own it.