MACHINERY

Honda confirms ATV market exit

HONDA has confirmed it will be pulling out of the All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) market when new safety standards are introduced in October.

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 Honda is pulling out of the ATV market but will keep selling side-by-sides in Australia. Picture courtesy Honda.

Honda is pulling out of the ATV market but will keep selling side-by-sides in Australia. Picture courtesy Honda.

Honda says its stance in the matter relates to what it believes is a flawed safety standard introduced by the government. "Safety standards must be evidence-based, in both criteria and testing methods,...

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A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the farming sector, brought to you by the Farming Ahead team.

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