Honda’s side-by-side racing program expands today with the announcement of Team Raceco Honda, a new satellite effort that will campaign the Talon 1000R in the Championship Off-Road Series (commonly known as “Champ”), the United States’ premier short-course
American Honda announced today a new “S” series for the 2023 Talon family, in a move intended to satisfy high demand for the popular sport side-by-sides by increasing inventory availability at Honda Powersports dealers nationwide.
American Honda announced today that four Talon sport side-by-side models—the two-seat Talon 1000R and 1000X, as well as the four-seat Talon 1000X-4 and 1000X-4 FOX® Live Valve—are returning for the 2021 model year.
On the eve of Team Honda Talon Factory Racing’s competition debut at King of the Hammers, Honda today unveiled two new Talon® sport side-by-side models—the 2021 Talon 1000R FOX® Live Valve and Talon 1000X FOX Live Valve.
Today during the kickoff of Power Lab 2019, a Honda Powersports dealer event held at TexPlex Park, Honda unveiled a pair of brand-new four-seat sport side-by-side models—the Talon™ 1000X-4 and Talon 1000X-4 FOX® Live Valve.
During a special event held in conjunction with Honda's Automobile Division, and coinciding with the L.A. Auto Show, American Honda today confirmed its entry in the sport side-by-side segment, unveiling the all-new Talon 1000X and Talon 1000R models.
Though founded and headquartered in Japan, Honda is a global company that has been leading the way in incorporating American facilities and employees into all aspects of vehicle design and production, through a family of United States-based operations.
Since 2005, Jeremy McGuire has served in a number of roles at Honda R&D America's Marysville, Ohio, facility, and he currently develops strategies based on market needs while aligning with business objectives.