Can-Am elevates off-road adventure with ingenious upgrades to 2019 ATV and Side-By-Side vehicles
- Redesigned Outlander ATVs heighten adventure with top-tier performance, world-class handling, and incredible design
- Can-Am is offering now its widest ATV and SSV lineup meeting the new EU regulations ever
- Can-Am Traxter vehicles get rugged upgrades for enhanced capability
- Specialized packages across the lineup designed for needs across the globe
Valcourt, Quebec, June 1, 2018 –BRP (TSX:DOO) has redesigned its lineup of Can-Am ATVs and side-by-side vehicles for 2019 with greater functionality and increased capability. The continuously expanding lineup of innovative Can-Am Off-Road vehicles continues to take the industry by storm by improving the rider experience with models designed with specific capabilities to meet rider demands everywhere.
Can-Am ATV News
New Can-Am Outlander and Renegade 4x4 ATVs feature increased performance, a completely new suspension, and a refreshed appearance that offers recreational riders the vehicle they crave. For non-EU markets, the all-capable Can-Am Outlander 1000R and Renegade 1000R ATVs feature a commanding 91 hp Rotax V-Twin – the most powerful production ATV engine in ever. Riders also get incredible performance on varying terrain with a new intelligent Throttle Control (iTC) system that features selectable riding modes to customize power delivery and throttle response to match rider’s preferences.
Can-Am Outlander 650 and 1000ATVs, with best-in-class power, redefine their categories by offering innovative engineering, quality, and reliable performance. Their new precision-tuned suspension, additional width, refined comfort, and fresh appearance bring the off-road ride experience to the next level.
Last year, BRP released the first Can-Am ATVs meeting the new EU regulations. This year, BRP is expanding this lineup with the introduction of the Outlander 450 available with and without ABS. With the refinements applied to its performance and riding experience, this model should top the mid-cc class competition in Europe with its 28kW/38hp.
“We are on a quest to continuously innovate and improve the rider experience while exceeding customer demands,” said Bernard Guy, Senior VP, Global Product Strategy. “The 2019 lineup of Can-Am off-road vehicles celebrates that commitment and sets the bar even higher with incredible Rotax power and distinctive designs that ensure owners stand out in the crowd.”
Can-Am Side-By-Side Vehicle News
The 2019 Can-Am Traxter utility-recreation side-by-side family features a class-leading tow rating for conquering heavy-duty tasks. The mud-ready Traxter X mr is fortified with the industry’s top ground clearance, suspension travel for mud use, as well as a new lockable rear differential to overcome the harshest conditions with ease.
On the sport side, the award-winning Maverick and Maverick MAX X-packages now have Smart- Lok*, a fully lockable on-the-fly front differential with electronically controlled automatic modes for maximum traction in every condition. All Maverick side-by-side vehicles get a new high-torque tri-mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS) for incredible performance. Significant engineering adjustments were also made to enhance overall comfort and dependability, pushing the Can-Am performance experience to even greater heights.
New models for Europe
Five new side-by-side vehicle EC-homologated models arrive in Europe for MY19. The new Traxter HD5 offers high value and benefits at a very affordable and competitive price positioning.
The Maverick Trail and Maverick Sport families can count on four new T-line-up models for MY19. And this year again, Can-Am is pushing the industry with the new innovative Brake and Traction Control System that offers maximum controllability in the toughest riding conditions. This Brake and Traction system includes the ABS; these vehicles are therefore not limited to 60 km/h.
For additional information and technical specifications on the new ATV and side-by-side vehicles, visit www.CanAmOffRoad.com.
*Smart-Lok was developed in conjunction with TEAM Industries, a market leader in the drive train industry.