Glad you like it.
Our Honda Pioneer 1000 runs fine. We have had it many places in the AZ dessert and it seems to like everywhere we have taken it, and that is in some STEEP, like really STEEP places. Our cousin, who we are with, has one too, and both machines have gone in some
really bad stuff. Not fast, but climbing up, down and over. They are loving the transmission.
The con: these things are HOT inside. Before we left, Mr. FH put foam underneath and wherever he thought necessary. About a month ago, he thought it would be cooler without the foam insulation. WRONG! It is a lot hotter now. He is going to address installing a fan in the interior, but it's my thought to get the windshield that tips out or can be straight up and down. What is so crazy, the way they are made, there is the shape of a fly window in front of the side window. Why didn't the engineers put a fly window there? We got by for years in vehicles with a fly window. Guess today's engineers have forgotten that.
Honda, at this point, doesn't offer air conditioning.
There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn't true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.