Can-Am Unveils Line-Up Of MY22 ATV and Side-By-Side Vehicles
Can-am continues its focus on improving the operator experience across its lineup of ATVs and side-by-side vehicles. Can-Am Off-Road is a prime example of that, and the results speak for themselves – introducing new and improved ATVs and side-by-side vehicles to get the job done, no matter the task you’re presented with.
Can-Am is once again delivering the goods with its 22MY lineup of ATVs and side-by-side vehicles – from lower entry-level spec up to high-performance models. With even more horsepower, improved traction, enhanced comfort, and so much more, Can-Am is rolling into the new model year, turning some heads.
All-New Engine Options
Can-Am introduces two new Rotax engines to its lineup – the HD7/700 ACE and the HD9, replacing the previous 800, HD8 and HD5.
The Rotax HD7 engine is set to become the new dimension of the lower-horsepower class. Available in the Can-Am Traxter side-by-side vehicle, replacing the Rotax HD5 with 37% more power, plus with a sportier calibration, it will also power the Can-Am Maverick Trail 700. The new engine is optimised for off-road usage, providing an improved operator experience with reduced noise, vibration.
The Rotax HD9 engine option succeeds the HD8 in the Can-Am Traxter lineup. Delivering 30%1 more horsepower than its predecessor, the Rotax HD9 promises the same dependability, with even more workability with its class-leading power and low-end torque availability.
“HD7 and HD9 engine options offer class-leading in power and by far the best option to accomplish the task at hand, whether that’s work or play,” said Christian St-Onge, Director Global Product Strategy Can-Am Off-Road Vehicles. “Regardless of your vehicle choice, this lineup is built to perform.”
Traxter line-up improvements (EU Tractor-category)
Updates don’t just stop at the Rotax engines! Can-Am is fine-tuning its Traxter lineup with the expansion of the ABS on some HD9 and HD10 models. Those models benefit, therefore, from the innovative Brake and Traction Control System that offers maximum controllability in the toughest riding conditions. Those models fitted with ABS are no more limited to 60km/h.
Can-Am is expanding its Visco-4Lok system on the ATV range. It works with the push of a button, where riders can engage a 4-wheel-drive lock mode, which provides equal power to all four wheels simultaneously for excellent traction. It will now be available on all 2022 Outlander and Renegade XMR packages, as well as the Outlander XU (650-1000), Outlander XXC, Outlander XT-P, and Outlander MAXLimited.
With these industry-leading enhancements across its ATV and side-by-side vehicle lineups, Can-Am is giving all riders what they crave. That is Can-Am Off-Road Livin’.