CAN-AM/ BRP Outlander 800R 2011 - 2012
CAN-AM/ BRP Outlander 800R (2011 - 2012) Description & History: The 2011 Can-Am Outlander 800R is a nifty ATV created to provide great fun when taken for a weekend adventure in the wild, but double as a dependable workhorse, if needed. It can haul around 135 kg of luggage on the two racks, and if you attach a trailer, it can also tow up to 590 kg, so outdoor chores around the farm or park will be easier when using this ATV as your tool of choice.
Double A-arms in the front and a patented Torsional Trailing Independent arm in the rear make sure the tires track the ground as good as possible, no matter how rough the terrain. Just like one would expect, the 2011 Can-Am Outlander 800R comes with selectable 2/4WD, auto-locking front differential and a dual-ratio automatic gearbox, all making taming this ATV easy and intuitive even for less experienced riders.
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