Can-Am reveals what’s new for 2015
August 01, 2014
Outlander L 450/Outlander
L 500: The new Outlander L 450 and L 500 ATVs uses a similar G2 SST frame previously introduced on the larger-bore Outlander models.
Coming with a five-year extended warranty, CVT and steel racks, the Outlander L models come with either a new 38-horsepower liquid-cooled, single-cylinder Rotax four-stroke or the existing 46-horsepower liquid-cooled, SOHC Rotax V-Twin engine.
Both models are also offered with the optional Can-Am DPS package, which includes Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering, Visco-Lok QE, larger magneto and cast-aluminum wheels. Outlander L MaX 450/Outlander L MaX 500: The Outlander L MAX 450 and L MAX 500 are available in either a base or DPS package and have longer wheelbase, specialized configuration and components to accommodate a passenger.
The Outlander L MAX 450 is powered by the new 38-horsepower Rotax four-stroke engine.
The ATVs include a redesigned passenger seat for 2015 and also feature the Dynamic Passenger Comfort system, with handholds, footrests and stadium seating. The steel racks offer improved sight lines and a 360-pound combined rack capacity. These models include a five-year extended warranty.
Outlander 800R X MR: The Outlander 800R X MR returns to the Can-Am ATV lineup in 2015, but is essentially all new to the X MR ATV family.
The Outlander 800R X MR features the 71-horsepower Rotax 800R V-Twin engine and the shorter wheelbase SST G2 frame and five-way preload adjustable, mud-specific shocks.
Its 30-inch Gorilla Axle Silverback tires and ITP cast-aluminum wheel package were borrowed from the Outlander 1000 X MR. Tri-Mode DPS, Visco-Lok QE, a 3,000-pound winch, X-package graphics and a multi-function digital gauge are standard.
For more information, go to www.can-am.brp.com.
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