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Honda Rubicon vs. Rincon

1. Introduction

Step-by-step easy comparison between the two models is based on the opinions and feedback from actual users of Rubicon and Rincon, just to provide you with a blend of expert and consumer views. Remember that there are still various factors that are based on personal opinions. Your traveling style and the terrain play a very important role in making the right decision. Please make your choice based on your requirements.

The main purpose of this comparison is to provide readers with a fair view of the two ATVs and to aid them in choosing the ATV that is best suited for their kind of traveling. This comparison must not be used to degrade any one of the models. Our main intention is to provide the readers with enough information that helps them in making the right choice and to understand Honda's lineup between the two models. In the end, it is Honda which wins. This comparison is based on practicality and comes with solid evidence discussed in the following sections.

Rubicon and Rincon, both ATVs, are developed by Honda, a Japanese automobile manufacturer. Honda is known for producing world-class vehicles and has won numerous acclaim for the development and innovation in the field of automobiles. Both ATVs have decent engine power, good suspension, and carry a Honda badge, but there are differences based on features and offerings. In the automotive industry, choosing one or the other vehicle might be a difficult choice to make, and making the right choice is a strong sign of an intelligent consumer. The objective here is to provide a detailed feedback about Rubicon and Rincon so any potential buyer can make the decision to choose the right ATV that suits his or her needs.

1.1 Overview of Honda Rubicon and Rincon

These two all-terrain vehicles have many similarities and differences. Both models are well-built and designed for heavy use. The Rubicon is a 500cc engine with an EF tranny. This type of tranny is a bit complicated with all the buttons, however some people may like it if they do a lot of hill climbing, riding, mudding, etc, due to the ability to switch between manual and automatic shifting. If the button shifts are not used, the ATV remains in automatic mode. The Rubicon is also available in a GPScape model, which has a built-in GPS system. This is exciting for those who like to go on long, remote and/or unfamiliar trails. The Rincon also features a GPS model, however people already familiar with Honda's GPS model will be more accustomed to it being on a Rincon. The Rubicon is available in several different production years, while the Rincon is only produced in a 680cc model, also available in several different production years. Buyers considering purchase between these models may need to select older model years of either ATV depending on their price range. Configuration comparisons vary slightly depending on the specific year of the Rubicon or Rincon selected. Both models have identical sized tires and wheel travel, and almost identical ground clearance and change in ride height front to rear. Each ATV has disc brakes front and rear, as well as a 4-stroke engine with a 5-speed transmission. These variables in both ATVs are sufficient to carry out any pulling, light or heavy load work, or recreational riding with no problems. Although the Rubicon has a smaller engine and is considered to have more work-oriented options, the two models have almost identical performance. This is because the Rincon's larger engine is more for carrying heavier riders and loads, but will not necessarily increase speed or torque from the smallest 4-wheeler. Both Rubicon and Rincon models are approximately the same weight, and have rear racks with about 66 pounds carrying capacity. There are many aftermarket parts available for both models, and over time some parts may be used to convert a stock ATV into something more oriented towards a specific type of riding or increase its performance.

1.2 Purpose of the Comparison

While deciding between the two, many potential buyers who are considering these models will also be able to make use of this generous comparison. Most of the parts and specifications of these ATVs also apply to several other Honda models, which means that this information can prove useful for an even broader group of people than just those considering the Rubicon or Rincon. With the ATV market being so competitive these days, it helps to have straightforward, truthful information about the product in question and how it compares to others in its class. This comparison should provide what is sought out, and will give a clear indication of these two ATVs amongst many others. (Pérez-Núñez & Hidalgo-Solórzano…, 2021)

The main purpose of this comparison being conducted between the Rubicon and Rincon is to determine which of these ATVs is the better of the two. The comparison will go over the important features and specifications of each of the ATVs, and will help make a conclusion based on the evidence provided. Both of these ATVs are made by Honda, so it makes for a great comparison. The reviewers have kept in mind their experiences with not only these ATVs, but the workings of ATVs in general, and what the average consumer would use them for or would be concerned with.

2. Performance and Power

Despite their differing focus and intended uses, both these engines are of high quality in their respective areas, with proven durability and reliability. However, with Rubicon and Rincon engine technologies potentially a thing of the past due to Honda's recent 4x4 development with the MUV/UTV and an ever-changing global economic and environmental climate, it is uncertain as to whether we will see another development in utility ATV engine design from Honda in the foreseeable future.

This is the opposite of the Rincon, which boasts one of the most powerful engines ever seen in a utility ATV. The Rincon engine is a 650cc engine available from 2003 to 2005 and a 675cc engine used from 2006 to the present day. This longitudinally mounted engine features a 3-speed automatic transmission with on-demand 2WD/4WD. The Rincon engine design focuses on power and torque maximization for aggressive riding and rapid acceleration, guaranteeing the rider an exciting experience in any situation. Power from the engine is delivered to the wheels via a sealed/rigid type shaft drive, which provides efficient power transfer to the wheels while being less maintenance than a conventional chain and sprocket – a big plus given the fact that no Rincon owner will want to hinder their riding time by working on the ATV. The power provided by the engine and drive system results in the Rincon being an ATV that is both exceptionally fast and capable of more than its fair share of wheelspin – not an ideal trait for towing or traversing difficult terrain but perfect for owners who are more into recreational riding.

The Rubicon uses a 500cc to 518cc longitudinally mounted engine that is, to this day, still based on the engine design used in the 1987–2002 Honda Fourtrax 500 series. This design uses a 5-speed transmission with an autoclutch feature, and a centrifugal clutch with a conventional chain drive to a solid axle. The autoclutch feature automatically engages and disengages transmission gears, making shifting easier for novice riders or for experienced riders using the ATV for utility. While a centrifugal clutch has the same intended use – engagement and disengagement of gear to the axle sprocket – it does so by using engine RPM rather than rider input. An automatic clutch combined with a centrifugal clutch makes for an ATV that immensely reduces the possibility of engine damage due to shifting or lack of throttle control – the main cause of erratic and difficult-to-control power delivery. The Rubicon engine design and clutch systems result in flexible and smooth power delivery with minimal wheelspin, making it the ideal system for traversing difficult terrain or towing heavy loads. This smooth and consistent power delivery, however, comes at the cost of less overall power and lower top speeds compared to other ATVs in its class.

Continuous improvement in engine performance is a given in the realm of motorized vehicles, and ATVs are no exception. The continuous advancements made in engine design and technology are evident when comparing the Rubicon and the Rincon. Though both are designed with the same purpose in mind – to take the owner wherever they want to go – the Rubicon and Rincon have engines that are optimized for different driving styles to best suit their designed uses.

2.1 Engine Specifications

Honda Rubicon 500, an ATV with an engine capacity of 475 cc, is a four-stroke engine. The engine is located on the front side of the frame. The longitudinally mounted design allows direct driveshaft alignment to rear wheels leading to improved mire and water crossing capabilities. The engine is coupled to a five-speed semi-automatic transmission, which features an automatic clutch. The automatic clutch is a great feature for riders new to manual shifting, or those looking for the durability and low-maintenance of a solid shift transmission. With maximum efficiency and ability to operate wild under tough conditions, a lightweight reverse system is mounted close to the engine adding to the convenience of this most popular of ATVs. Rincon's 675cc liquid-cooled, longitudinally mounted, single-cylinder 4-stroke marvel of an engine is in a class by itself. This trailblazing powerhouse delivers enough torque and muscle to put the competition to shame - not that it matters, since Rincon is in a league of its own. Coupled with the three-speed automatic transmission featuring torque-sensing front differential, it simply has no equal. Rincon's automatic transmission is just like having ESP; you get maximum power to the ground in every gear, working or playing. Rincon's automatic is also the first transmission to be used in an ATV to feature an advanced hydraulic torque converter that is able to transfer power from the engine to the transmission with such efficiency that it provides maximum fuel economy. An ATV so easy to operate has also so much utility, other SUVs might just start getting jealous. Utilizing computer-controlled electronic fuel injection, the Rincon has uncanny fuel efficiency. Rubicon's engine has gained a reputation of being indestructible, and it's not an overstatement. The compact and proven engine design usually offers years and years of hassle-free performance, even in the harshest conditions. Honda has been known for spending considerable R&D on the durability of its engines in recent years, a benefit which ultimately trickled down to the purchaser. An effort to revamp and refresh the Rubicon line was made with recent redesigns focused more on relaxation and luxury, with only minimal changes to the engines. The real question is whether taking luxury more seriously with a power plant on the front will be the next focus, or if Rubicon will revert back to an inherently simpler time. A new model with independent rear suspension sees Rubicon take another step in the quest for the ultimate all-round utility rider. Today's Rincon is designed for the ultimate recreational rider with a taste for the outdoors. If Rubicon and Rincon were siblings, Rubicon would be off to another day of school, wishing it were already summer. Rincon is that laid-back brother, who takes twice as long to do his homework because he's putting twice the effort into not taking shortcuts; poor Rubicon, stricken with engine envy.

2.2 Acceleration and Top Speed

The Rincon has a single-cylinder 649cc engine and the Rubicon boasts a more powerful single-cylinder 499cc engine. The result is a noticeable difference in acceleration speeds and top end speeds. The Rubicon's 499cc engine provides a very respectable acceleration speed and top speed, but due to the Rincon's 649cc engine it is no contest which model is faster. From my experiences with both models, the Rubicon's acceleration can't keep up with the Rincon and the Rubicon maxes out at about 63 km/h while the Rincon can reach 80 km/h on any given day. These numbers will vary to some degree based on the load and terrain, but in general the Rincon is approximately 15 km/h faster for both acceleration and top speed. When examining the Rubicon and Rincon's towing and hauling capabilities, Honda's decision to give the Rubicon a more powerful engine can seem confusing. The Rubicon has a stated towing capacity of 499 kg and a 165 kg combined rack capacity. In comparison, the Rincon has a 499 kg towing capacity and a 120 kg front rack capacity and 85 kg rear rack capacity. The Rubicon's overall hauling capacity is slightly higher than the Rincon's, but is a 499 cc engine necessary just to haul this amount of weight? Based on the ratings, solid argument can be made that the Rubicon could have similar capabilities to the Rincon with a smaller engine. This may be a case of Honda trying to create separation in the two models for marketing purposes. For those concerned more with cost and needing a base model ATV for utility purposes, the Rubicon is a more cost efficient choice when comparing base model prices of the two machines.

2.3 Towing and Hauling Capacities

Both ATVs are equipped with the same low maintenance, high-output power plant, so there isn't a difference in their trailering abilities. With their powerful 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 475cc engines, these ATVs can handle a towing capacity of 850 pounds (i.e. trailer and contents). In order to sustain manageable engine temperatures during towing, both the Rubicon and Rincon house radiators equipped with cooling fans. Radiator position is important to note. If you read my 2008 Rubicon test, you'd note that the radiator was moved to a higher location above the front rack, as compared to in between the front headlights on the front of the Rincon. This change increases radiator effectiveness by keeping it cleaner and making it more maneuverable in tactical situations on the battlefield with its increased ground clearance, but reduces heat dissipation when at a standstill or at low speeds. Although overheating on the Rubicon hasn't been a common problem for many users even with the change in location of the radiator, it should be noted that the Rincon's front location will provide better cooling at lower speeds. Anyone who spends a lot of time towing through muddy and wet terrain in the summer might want to consider this. In either case, both models feature temperature-sensitive radiator fan switches which start the fan when needed to maintain proper temperature.

3. Off-Road Capability

The Rincon and Rubicon are capable of handling moderate trail riding, but due to its innovative drive system, the Rubicon has better off-road performance in mind. Both units come equipped with racks and both can safely ford up to 24 inches of water. For recreational riding, the Rubicon's automatic mode is perfect. It functions much like an electric shift mode without the need to shift gears. When the going gets tough, pushing the GPScape button switches the Rubicon to a higher ground in automatic mode. This gives the Rubicon ample torque to get through rugged terrain. When reconnaissance riding or "get to the top and enjoy the view" riding is on your agenda, the ESP mode will put the rider in control of the transmission, shifting up or down with the touch of a button. Rincon riders will find that the automatic transmission mode and GPScape button functions are similar to the Rubicon and are just as effective when climbing. The Rincon's automatic transmission mode offers more top end than the Rubicon and is excellent for approach and departure trail riding. For riders that are not quite ready for ES models, there is a fully automatic GPScape equipped Rubicon and Rincon available. With only a $100 difference in price, riders can be assured that getting GPScape will provide an abundance of features above base models.

3.1 Suspension and Ground Clearance

Suspension consists of dampers (shock absorbers) and springs. Its primary role is to dampen the shocks transmitted through the wheels; springs alone would allow for a very bouncy and uncontrollable ride! Good suspension is key to enabling a vehicle to maintain tire contact with the ground on rough terrain. Loss of contact with terrain limits steering, braking, and power to the ground as tires will slip. The Rubicon uses dual Independent Rear Suspension, and the Rincon employs a double-wishbone setup. The Rincon's double-wishbone front suspension ensures superior tire contact with the ground. Although IRS is generally considered to provide a more comfortable ride and increased maneuverability on rough ground, the solid rear axle on the Rubicon provides increased ground clearance in the rear. Also, the Rubicon's IRS can be adjusted to three pre-load settings, thereby increasing ground clearance but at the expense of ride comfort. (VELANDIA & RINCÓN)(Kumar, 2021)

This section is linked entirely to a vehicle's movement over rough ground. Ground clearance is the area between the floor of the vehicle and the ground on which it sits. It is perhaps the most critical aspect of a vehicle to be considered when venturing into rough off-road terrain. Insufficient ground clearance will lead to a vehicle "bogging" down and becoming stuck in areas where clearance is below that of the vehicle. Both the Rubicon and Rincon models offer generous ground clearance, however, the Rincon tops this at 241mm compared to the Rubicon's 229mm. This is mainly due to the Rincon's lack of a solid rear axle, allowing for increased clearance in this area.

3.2 Handling and Maneuverability

First and foremost, it is crucial to understand that the Rubicon and the Rincon are two very different ATVs. The Rubicon is a part-time 4WD with a 5-speed manual transmission or automatic and features Honda's GPScape technology for advanced off-road navigation. The Rincon is a full-time 4WD with a 3-speed automatic transmission with torque converter and features Honda's TraxLok technology for easy shifting between two and four-wheel drive as well as ESP for ascending or descending steep terrain. The Rubicon's shifting ability is quite advanced due to the ability to switch from automatic to a specific gear for added torque or speed. The GPScape technology is relatively new for ATVs and is a small addition to the machine, its success will be fully realized when trails are mapped and published for downloadable use with the GPS. The Rincon, having ESP, TraxLok, and a torque converter, has the most advanced transmission and shifting system available for ATVs. The torque converter enables the ATV to back up steep inclines with ease. The Rubicon has a 45.1-inch width, and the Rincon has a 44.3-inch width. Both are comparable widths for 4x4 ATVs. Width is an important factor in handling due to stability while turning and it also affects what trails an ATV can use. With the advancements in technology for these two machines, they will be used in more extreme off-road conditions, thus more technical trails. Also, stability while turning is a safety concern, so it is good to know that this width is wider than most sport ATVs, thus increasing stability and safety in tight situations. Width also directly affects turning radius which will be another discussion later on. Realistically, both the Rubicon and the Rincon will be used in situations requiring advanced off-road understanding and navigation. Thus handling and maneuverability in extreme conditions are a crucial factor. The Rubicon has an Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) which increases its ability to navigate rough terrain and negotiate obstacles. The Rincon has a double wishbone set up on all four wheels improving its maneuverability on inclined surfaces. Although the Rubicon has IRS, angle of approach and departure angles are nearly equivalent on both machines. The Rincon has better turnover angle, which is important in off-camber or side-hill situations. This angle combined with the double wishbone set up will give the Rincon a slight edge in maneuverability in extreme conditions. The Rubicon will tip the scales in the weight department having a 570-pound vs. 535-pound Rincon. Weight is detrimental to maneuverability, but this weight difference is nominal and will not greatly affect either machine. Both machines have rack and pinion steering which is preferable to the older recirculating ball type steering and both have the turning radius to negotiate the tightest of trails at 10.5 feet. The Rubicon meets the Rincon in the handling and maneuverability field, but does not pass it.

3.3 Terrain Adaptability

The Rubicon comes equipped with TraxLok, allowing the ATV to switch between two and four-wheel drive with the push of a button. The Rincon also has TraxLok, but it has the additional benefit of Honda's torque-sensitive front differential. This means that the front differential can engage all four wheels without the push of a button, resulting in the Rincon being more prepared for unpredictable shifts in terrain. Both ATVs have front and rear driveshafts with impressive ground clearance – the Rubicon having 10 inches and the Rincon having 9.1 inches. In terms of transferring power to the wheels, the Rubicon has a slight edge with its two and four-wheel drive capabilities. The Rincon and Rubicon have similar attributes in terms of transmission gearing, but with a difference in execution. Both have Hondamatic transmissions: continuously variable hydraulic auto clutch that offers superior towing and can provide better engine braking. The Rubicon has a 5-speed electric shift with automatic mode, giving the rider an option to override automatic mode and manually shift gears. The manual mode is useful in situations where the rider might encounter different types of terrain requiring shifts in gear range and simplicity of switching between gears with the push of a button is evident. The Rincon only has a 3-speed automatic transmission, but it has the benefit of being changed between automatic and electronic shift mode at the flick of a switch, without having to stop and shift the transmission to access different gear ratios. With this being said, the Rubicon is better equipped for riders who want the option of manual shifting, but the Rincon is more versatile, giving the rider fast options between gear range with more convenience. Continuing with Terrain Adaptability, the Rubicon and Rincon fare well in their wide range of differentials. Ground clearance and power steering allow strong maneuverability over rough trails and rocks and on the other side of the spectrum, a strong rear end and automatic transmissions maximize pull capability through mud and up hills. Both ATVs have highly effective engine braking systems, which adds an extra measure of control when descending steep hills or negotiating around obstacles over varying terrain. The Rincon and Rubicon have been equipped with heavy-duty composite racks and pinion-assist steering, which will continue to hold up under tough conditions. Finally, both ATVs have the power to run accessories such as winches or plows, which can be useful in difficult conditions. With this in mind, the terrain adaptability is very balanced and favorable across the board for both ATVs.

3.4 Waterproofing and Mud Performance

As Honda's top-of-the-line sport/utility ATV, the Rincon is powered by a longitudinally mounted liquid-cooled 675cc engine with Programmed Fuel Injection and is the only ATV in the extensive Honda range to use an automotive-style transmission, a three-speed automatic transmission featuring a hydraulic torque converter. EPS now comes standard on all Rincon models. The Rincon's IRS is fully independent with a range of eight inches in rear suspension travel and 6.9 inches in the front. Unlike other Honda ATVs, the Rincon has a 30-watt AC generator, allowing compatibility with a range of Honda accessories. Pricing for the Rincon is $7999.

Rincon and Rubicon both perform well in mud. They each have large fenders and overfenders to keep mud and water out of the rider's face and off of the seats. However, the Rubicon's plastic body includes additional protection for the rider's legs and the machine's fuel system in the form of side covers. All Rubicons also feature a gear drive, a large front storage compartment centered around the steering post, and the only heavy-duty trailer hitch in Honda's lineup. The Rubicon is available in four model variations with a choice of transmission: manual shift with no EPS, deluxe manual shift with EPS, and deluxe automatic with EPS. Rubicon pricing starts at $7299.

4. Features and Technology

Comfort is always a key point of owning and operating an ATV. Both the Rubicon and the Rincon have different features but are designed to cater to the user. Tilting headlights with a 5 position adjustment can be found on both ATVs for night time riding. On the Rubicon, it is controlled by a switch on the left handlebar. The Rincon features a high/low beam system utilizing 2 different headlights and is controlled by a 3 position switch that also encompasses the gear position indicating system. This system tells you what gear you are in by a series of LED lights located in the gauge cluster. Rubicon's EPS model features a very computer-like display system that is all digital and gives a wide range of data. A 15-second interval 5 choice system allows you to choose what data is displayed. The Rincon has a 3 light gear position indicator located on the switch panel. Both ATVs have an integrated gear-driven transmission with a 2WD/4WD system and automatic clutch. This allows for the user to easily switch between 2WD and 4WD while engaging the 4WD at a specific RPM or in a sticky situation with 4WD being standard on the Rubicon EPS model. When the going gets steep or slippery, power to all four wheels can keep the Rincon and Rubicon moving forward. Further, Honda's TraxLok 2WD/4WD selector allows the rider to select between 2WD and limited slip 4WD in changing conditions. Rubicon further has an ESP switch shifter that also has a mode button which allows you to change between automatic and manual shift modes. In automatic mode, a sophisticated electronic control module gauges ATV speed and engine RPM then delivers optimal up and down shifts for a given situation. In manual mode, the rider can employ Honda's Electric Shift Program (ESP), push-button shifting which is the ultimate in convenience and ease of use. Rubicon is also available in a DCT Deluxe version with a dual clutch transmission. Now this is groundbreaking stuff for ATVs. This system utilizes two clutches, one for start-up and the other for the odd gears allowing for smooth and efficient acceleration. In technical terms, one clutch operates the odd gears and the other clutch operates the even gears as well as reverse. An oil pump provides clutch cooling during extreme conditions and the DCT also comes with the standard ESP shifting. Rubicon also has another automatic transmission option available with a reduced price in 2015, a five-speed gearbox featuring an ultra-low first gear which can be another useful feature for steep or slippery terrains.

4.1 Comfort and Ergonomics

Both ATVs have an integrated single shock absorber in the rear, which provides long travel for a comfortable, well-damped ride. Each also has a double wishbone front suspension with five total shocks - two main shocks with three auxiliary springs and rocker-arms attached to the wheels. This independent rear and twin shock front suspensions make for a smooth ride over rough terrain and with or without cargo, while keeping handling precise. The Rubicon and Rincon also feature an ergonomically designed saddle seat, which is narrow in front and low at the rear for increased rider comfort and easier on/off transitions. The unique design also better facilitates body movement for more aggressive riding and increased rider comfort under normal riding conditions. In addition, the matching passenger seat is comfortably padded and will seat the passenger at the same height as the rider for better communication. It is also a standard feature.

4.2 Electronic Assist Systems

The Rincon's transmission is similar to the automatic mode on the ESP system. The rider can simply switch between auto and manual mode using the up/down shift buttons on the left handlebar. The manual gear mode can be used for towing trailers or hauling heavy items because it can be locked in a lower gear for increased torque. This would compare to the ability to shift ES from high to low. Rincon also has a 4WD system that allows the rider to have all-time power to both front wheels, a premium for riders traversing through mud and water, and it provides direct front-wheel power on steep downhills or during flat turns. (Abanay et al.2022)

ESP still has the functionality of a fully automatic system where the rider does not need to shift gears, but has the added benefit of shift-on-the-fly up-shifting and down-shifting. ESP is just as described, it provides for the rider to choose between full automatic mode, all-time 2WD, and 2 shift modes, between gears and ESP. Rubicon also has an automatic mode in the 4WD system, this is the same as Rincon's 4WD 2nd mode, and with the new 4WD switch located on the left handlebar, it's easier than ever to switch between 2WD and 4WD. Direct front-wheel power on steep downhills or during flat turns.

Both Rubicon and Rincon feature the segmented torque delivered through Honda's TraxLok 2WD/4WD system. The Rubicon uses ESP (programmable electric shift mode) and IRS, whereas the Rincon has a manual 7.2:1 dual clutch transmission with automatic mode and no IRS.

4.3 Storage and Utility Options

The Rincon has front and rear cargo racks capable of carrying a collective weight of 242 pounds, while the Rubicon has a front utility box with an 8-liter capacity and a large and flat rear composite rack that increases the potential uses of the machine. This simply makes the Rubicon more practical than the Rincon since the Rincon has no equipped space to transport tools or equipment unless bought as an aftermarket accessory. Another clear advantage the Rubicon has over the Rincon is the towing potential. With a 499 kg weight limit, the Rubicon has a more versatile range of uses along with the capability to sustain heavier loads on the front and rear racks mentioned above. While both the Rincon and Rubicon have a 12-volt accessory adaptor and a whole host of optional Honda accessories to benefit storage and utility, it is simple to see that the Rubicon's more practical implemented features in cargo storage and transportation make it more versatile. This is particularly important for the buyer who wants a machine suitable for a wide range of tasks to do around home and hobby-type uses, where the Rincon is more suited to the recreational trail rider.


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