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2011 Honda TRX250X ATV Comparison Photo Gallery
If you try to slide the rear end around it takes some serious body English to keep all four wheels on the ground, and that isn’t a good thing for beginners. Then again, new riders should be going slower and not trying to give it hell like Ricky Bobby. “Help me, Tom Cruise…!”
Honda brandishes the 2011 TRX250X, a predictable but capable novice ATV complete with reverse and an anti-stall SportClutch. Find out more about the 2011 TRX250X and which ATV came out on top in our
2011 Entry Level Sport ATV Comparison
2011 Honda TRX250X ATV Comparison
2011 Honda TRX250X ATV
Tall tires mean that the TRX250X is prone to tipping when entering fast corners.
The longitudinally mounted four-stroke Single provided adequate torque but took awhile getting up to speed.
The TRX250X's power deficit was most noticeable in the sand where it would struggle climbing larger dunes.
The little sport ATV eco-friendly exhaust is quiet too so no one will hear you while you’re learning how much fun it is to ride off-road.
The Honda TRX250X is an excellent beginner and entry level ATV. The combination of SportClutch, reverse gear and mellow power make this ATV well suited for riders of any experience level.
The Honda TRX250 features a single reflector headlamp that cuts through the night pretty well. In the woods it was fine because you don’t need to see so far ahead, but at the sand dunes it doesn’t reach quite as far as we would like.
Since this is a fairly tall and roomy ATV it is well suited for both adults and teens learning the craft and was particularly popular among the wives.
The Yamaha Raptor and Honda TRX250X were pitted against each other in an attempt to find the best entry model.
The shaft drive is designed for good ground clearance and low maintenance. This makes the Honda TRX250X easy to ride and easy to own.
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