| Year: || 1971 || VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): || US-90 |
| Mileage: || na || Engine Size (cc): || 90 |
| Make: || Honda || Transmission Type: || Manual |
| Model: || ATC 90 || Exterior Color: || Green |
| Type: || 3-Wheeler || Drive Train: || 2-Wheel Drive |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller || Vehicle Title: || Not Available |
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The world's first ATV, Honda's three-wheel US90, was introduced to America in 1969. The US90, later renamed the All-Terrain Cycle 90 (ATC) in 1971, was powered by an 89cc four-stroke single-cylinder engine that sent its 7-horsepower through a dual-range four-speed gearbox with automatic clutch. It featured extras such as a Swivel-Lok handlebar for easy loading in a trunk or station wagon, and was sold for just $595.
Honda engineer Osamu Takeuchi headed the US90 development program, which began in 1967, when American Honda asked Honda R&D for a new product that dealers could sell when motorcycle sales tapered off in the winter.