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Starting at: $16,549
The front and rear setup use large 214-mm disc brakes with twin-piston calipers for superior stopping power.
Includes dive-control geometry for better cornering and vehicle-braking dynamics and anti-kickback geometry for better steering feel. The 9 inches of suspension travel increase trail comfort and aggressive riding capability.
The only independent rear suspension that eliminates scrub and camber changes, meaning the wheels pivot up and down rather than in a butterfly motion like competitors' systems. This ensures the vehicle only moves in the direction you point it. With fewer moving parts than competitive systems. The proven Torsional Trailing arm Independent (TTI) rear suspension has been reconfigured to offer increased rigidity and improved suspension travel. The updates lead to lower pivot points providing geometric squatting for improved traction and the transfer of power to the ground.
A redesigned backrest reduces kickback and has added flex, plus is raised and more enveloping to boost lumbar support. The newly designed seat is angled for better comfort and more support.
Improved passenger floorboard angles to create a more natural resting position by improving the foot peg angle and depth. A third row of foot grips added to improve lateral adherence.
The high-strength skid plate is made from proven materials and is designed for supreme protection and has the ability to slide over certain obstacles. Made of 5-mm thick injection-molded high-density polyethylene (HDPE).
A new handhold shape flexes to reduce impact on the passenger’s hands, and is ergonomically designed for a more comfortable holding position.
The passenger rides well in front of the rear axle for rock-solid stability and super predictable Precision-engineered handling.
The Outlander offers a sizeable, 1,300-pound towing capacity and a new 2-in. receiver hitch as standard equipment.
Restyled headlights project Can-Am heritage and also offer enhanced visibility for trail riding. On high beam, the twin 60-W projectors and dual 55-W reflectors give the Outlander 230 -W of visual clarity.
Outlander MAX models feature the exclusive D.E.S.S.™ anti-theft system. The ATV will not start unless a coded microchip in the key matches a code embedded in the engine control module. It means only you can start your vehicle.
These 26-in., 3-ply tires feature a tread pattern that is aggressive enough to tackle the toughest terrain, yet provide a smooth ride in a lightweight package.
State-of-the-art instrumentation including analog tachometer and speedometer, and a digital information center.
The Tri-Mode DPS™ features three rider-selectable modes (MIN, MED and MAX) of steering depending on rider preference. The system is designed to offer less assist at high speed and more assist at low speed. This technology also includes a Direct Link setup that uses advanced magnetic field sensors for faster response to steering input than competitive technology, which then minimizes steering lag. Less kickback and more trail feedback is supplied to the operator because of the 50:1 final gear ratio, which is the largest in the industry. A high-capacity 50-amp motor means the DPS™ will never fade with heavy use and all DPS™-equipped models also come with the Visco-Lok† QE.
The center-less design reduces unsprung weight and offers improved strength. Durability was increased in strategic areas while excess material was eliminated in other spots to save weight.
Provide added protection in muddy conditions.
Can-Am partnered with leading GPS manufacturer Garmin to equip the Outlander 1000 LIMITED with an integrated touch-screen Montana 650t GPS. Features 5 MP camera, preloaded topographic maps (USA and Canada), dual-oriented 4-in. display, barometric altimeter, 3-axis electronic compass, wireless data sharing, touch screen, high-sensitivity GPS receiver, color display, microSD™ card slot.
This powerful 3,000-lb (1,361 kg) capacity factory-installed winch is equipped with a wired remote control that neatly stows in the underside of the ATV's front storage compartment cover.
The industry's first air-controlled suspension. Via an onboard compressor, the system adjusts the rear high-pressure gas FOX Air Assist shocks to six rider-selectable preload levels. This allows the rear suspension Industry-leading performance and stiffness to be adjusted on-the-fly depending on terrain or vehicle load. It also comes with a hose that can be used to fill tires or other items while out on the trail.
All DPS-equipped models have the Visco-Lok† QE calibration up front, which has all the features and benefits of the standard quick-engagement Visco-Lok† differential, but with an even quicker engagement point. This differential, unlike some competitors' differentials, does not have a speed limiter.
The front and rear bumpers are factory installed and are covered by a factory warranty. The added protection gives peace of mind in rugged conditions.
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