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Next gen Can-Am ATVs at LAMMA

Can-Am elected to release its new utility models at the LAMMA show at the NEC in January. This comprised the Can-Am Outlander 500 (HD5) and Can-Am Outlander 700 (HD7) models, which spearheaded a selection of ATVs and SSVs from the 2024 Can-Am utility line-up. These new models have been designed and developed from the ground up by BRP’s engineers to provide an improved rider experience thanks to increased performance, comfort, storage and versatility, so they can handle the demands of utility users with ease.

The new Outlander Base Pro HD5 T is a work-ready vehicle that provides the user with consistent performance with the help of class-leading power from the all-new Rotax engine, ground clearance, suspension travel, towing and rack capacity. The Outlander Pro XU HD7 ABS puts out 50hp and 41ft-lb of torque, so climbing, towing and carrying are now more accessible and more efficient.

To complement the ATVs on display was Can-Am’s SSV line-up, which includes the Can-Am Traxter HD7 and Traxter 6×6 DPS HD10. The Can-Am Traxter HD7 provides users with consistent performance for longer, thanks to its 40-litre fuel tank. The Traxter 6×6 DPS HD10 is a workhorse SSV that handles everything from hauling machinery to transporting workers and equipment to job sites while providing owners with the comfort, power and performance that is expected from a Traxter.

Rachael Turner, BRP commercial manager in the UK and Ireland, said, “The LAMMA show is one that our team circles in the calendar because it brings together a wide-ranging audience under one roof, from students studying at college to smallholders to large landowners. We are excited for the UK show debut of our new ATVs, the Can-Am Outlander 500 and Can-Am Outlander 700. These two models are the latest evolution of the Outlander line-up and have been designed from the ground up with the user in mind.”

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