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BRP Updates MY19 Can-Am Outlander Platform

BRP Updates MY19 Can-Am Outlander Platform

·      New suspension on Can-Am Outlander ATV optimized for precision handling

·      Outlander now available with the most powerful production ATV engine

The 2019 Can-Am Outlander all-terrain vehicles have a brand-new suspension, offering better handling, enhanced stability and additional comfort for an entirely new riding experience. Additional performance gains, new pricing in the USA and Canada, as well as a refreshed family appearance were added to appease modern recreational riders who seek an all-capable ATVs. The 2019 Can-Am Outlander 1000R (and MAX models) features a commanding 91hp Rotax V-Twin, the most powerful production ATV ever built. A new intelligent Throttle Control (iTC) system, with three driving modes (Sport, Standard and Work), supplies precise skillfulness in unpredictable terrain.

All 650cc and up Outlander models and every Renegade ATV features a brand-new, purpose-built and recalibrated suspension with front arched A-arms, front sway bar and Torsional Trailing arm Independent (TTI) rear suspension provides additional width and travel. The system is designed for precision handling, extra comfort and enhanced control. More than a dozen updates, including a refreshed exterior appearance and an industry-leading 1,650-lb. (750 kg) tow rating, deliver immediate benefit to riders, heightening any off-road adventure.

Both the Outlander 650 and 850 ATVs received the same family updates, but now redefine their categories in terms of accessibility, retailing for $8,399 ($400 less than in 2018) and $8,999 ($750 less than 2018) in the USA, respectively. These ATVs stand out against their peers because they possess class-leading power, exceptional quality and reliable performance for which Can-Am is known. They are also more affordable than ever.

Restyling elements include a new front grille that takes cues from the Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle family, fresh aluminum bumper corners, specific wheel packages and the addition of mudguards. Also, the Can-Am ATV family welcomes a total of eight new color offerings for 2019, adding an attractive appearance to match the vehicle’s capabilities and remarkable power.

The Outlander 6x6 ATV family now includes many of the 2019 Can-Am ATV family updates, including the new suspension, enhanced stability and styling, as well as a longer 90-in. (228.6 cm) wheelbase for ample comfort and control. A new removable passenger seat (MAX configuration) allows for instantaneous and convertible two-up / one-up seating transformations to pass on more convenience and versatility to the owner.

Can-Am Outlander ATVs are built around the industry-exclusive chassis and suspension designs, and share many of the same specifications, engineering and components aside from their engine displacement levels, chassis lengths and packages-specific features.

For information:

Andrew Howard

Media and Public Relations, Howard Communications, Inc.

Tel: 573-898-3422

ahoward@howardcommunications.com

 
 
 
 
 

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