2013 Can-Am Outlander MAX 400, the Middleweight-Displacement Two-Up ATV
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In fact versatility is the key factor when it comes to the 2013 Can-Am Outlander MAX 400: it can serve as a nifty ride on rough terrain for two, but it can also be a very useful helping hand for outdoor work-related tasks.
The convertible rack/seat system allows for quickly cycling between the two characters. The padded backrest tall passenger seat can be removed and replaced with a cargo box, or simply for accommodating larger loads. And with the maximum loading capacity of over 130 kg (300 lbs), the 2013 Can-Am Outlander MAX 400 is a really helpful mule.
On the mechanical side, this ATV comes with a 400cc fuel-injected engine, an easy-to-operate dual-ratio (high/low) automatic (CVT) gearbox and even selectable 2/4WD with engine brake. The dash comes with a multi-function digital cluster for essential riding data and pre-wired for an optional winch.
The 2013 Can-Am Outlander MAX 400 retails for $7,649 (€5,899) and multiple optional accessories can expand its functionality and add some extra cool factor, too.
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