The Renegade X xc is the machine of
choice for the new 4x4 Pro class in the
GNCC series. You can get it with 800cc
($12,599) or 1000cc ($13,649) engines.
The base-model 500cc Renegade starts
Can-Am is the first manufacturer to
release the lineup of vehicles that will
be seen in dealers’ showrooms next
year. A new lower-cost Outlander, Fox
Shox and wild color options are the
The new Outlander 450–500 platform features a brand-new Rotax-built, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled
engine mated to a fully automatic CVT transmission. The chassis is
Can-Am’s G2 platform, using dual
A-arms up front and trailing arms in
the rear. At the back end, Can-Am
incorporated a large storage box that
will sit in the center of the new steel
racks. Price for the 450 is $6399–$7799
and the 500 is $6999–$7899.
The rest of the Outlander line
will return, from the flagship 1000
down to the original 500 XT and DPS
models. The 400 has been dropped.
Three machines will feature the X
mr mud package, which includes
large Gorilla Axle Silverback tires,
a snorkel and radiator relocator kit.
Powering those machines will be
a 650, 800 and 1000cc V-twin. Two-seat Max models are available in the
450, 500L, 500 V-twin, 650, 800 and
1000cc engines. Expect to pay a premium, though. The 1000cc Outlander
Max may be the most expensive ATV
ever offered at $15,249. Wait, the new
Outlander 6x6 has a $15,499 price tag.
This is a workhorse, though, that can
Outlander X mr packages can be found with the 650 ($10,499), 800 ($12,149) and
1000cc ($14,099) models. The Manta Green color option adds another $500. The
new Outlander 6x6 could be another option for deep mud travel. It comes with a
650cc or 1000cc engine starting at $13,649.