2004 was the final model year for Honda’s rough-and-rugged FourTrax Rancher 350 utility quad. A favorite of sportsmen, farmers and outdoor enthusiasts, the four-wheel-drive ATV was a perennial top-seller in its class. Buyers gravitated to its characteristic Honda reliability, continuously variable transmission and what Honda called its “SUV” style.

Strong & Capable

Larger than compact quads like the Honda Recon and smaller than full-size models like the company’s hulking Rincon, the Rancher slotted into the mid-size category. The ATV was 78.1 inches long, 45.0 inches wide and 44.3 inches high, with a 49.1-inch wheelbase. Its seat height was 32.4 inches and it offered 7.2 inches of ground clearance. The quad’s turning radius was 10.8 feet.