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While the full sized ATVs and UTVs get most of the attention, we thought we’d look at how a couple of Youth ATVs compare – the 2018 Polaris Outlaw 110 and Honda TRX90X.

We always seem to be excited about the newest ATVs each season. There is a rush to learn about which brand will have the highest horsepower, or the latest whiz-bang feature. What gets lost in the shuffle are the Youth ATVs. The Youth models, while lacking in the latest features or higher horsepower numbers, do hold one thing over the majority of full-sized ATVs on the market – they sell. In fact, they often sell out all of the production run every year. Granted that production run is smaller for sure. Still, the manufacturers have to love a machine that requires little development, yet promises to continue to have solid sales numbers. Let’s see how two popular models, the Honda TRX90X and the Polaris Outlaw 110, compare by the numbers.

Check out the article here: 2018 Polaris Outlaw 110 vs. Honda TRX90X - ATV.com
 

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I see no comparison here... As much as I'm a hardy Honda fan Suzuki LT 50's &80's have had the small ATV taken here in the U.K. for years.
I can see why too..
 

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I see no comparison here... As much as I'm a hardy Honda fan Suzuki LT 50's &80's have had the small ATV taken here in the U.K. for years.
I can see why too..
2018 Polaris Outlaw 110 vs. Honda TRX90X - ATV.com

Or were you just saying the Honda was better with the smaller motor, less HP, and no fuel injection or reverse? If I were to pick one it'd be the Polaris, even though I too love Honda's.

I would rather buy a recon and put a throttle stop on it than pay 3 grand for a half of a atv!!
yeah but you cant start 2-3 yr olds out on a Recon, or can you? I know my boy's have had a lot of fun out of there 50 cc Predator. And I picked it up, lightly used for around $1200.00 But no way I'd pay 3k for one new. In 2014 new 450r's listed @7800.00 I wouldn't pay 7-9k either for a new sport quad. I'm glad I got my 700 back when Honda was dealing. I hardly ever see deals like that anymore, hell it was like 1/2 the msrp and brand new.
 
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