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Can-Am 2023 Off-Road Lineup

The lineup takes four-wheel fun for the whole family to a new level.

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BRP Inc. continues to build upon the demand of the Can-Am product portfolio, with record setting market share gains in all-terrain vehicle (ATV) and side-by-side vehicle (SSV) categories. The 2023 Can-Am ATV youth lineup introduces three all-new Renegade fuel-injected youth models, while the full-size Outlander and Renegade lineups feature a bold new look and feel, with improved rider comfort across both product lines. The 2023 Can-Am Maverick X3 SSV lineup receives increased mid-horsepower performance with new engine updates for the Maverick X3 DS Turbo, while the Defender lineups also receive a suite of upgrades.

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“Our relentless pursuit of maximizing rider enjoyment for the sport lineup and working performance on the utility lineup have been driving forces in the success of the Can-Am Off-Road brand,” said Julie Tourville, director, global marketing, Can-Am Off-Road at BRP. “For the 2023 lineup, we created a more fun riding experience, focused on eliminating unnecessary hassles and maximizing time out on the trail for more off-road livin’. Additionally, we pushed performance to new levels for the Mavericks and Defenders with more horsepower and new features.”

New Fuel-Injected Youth Models and New ATV Features

All-new for 2023, Can-Am has added the Renegade 70 EFI, Renegade 110 EFI and Renegade X xc 110 EFI youth ATVs to the lineup, taking performance and reliability to a whole new level for the entire family. All three new models also feature fuel-injected four-stroke engines, push-button electric starting for easy starting and increased fun for kids, and they are complemented by the parental safety controls like the ability to govern the top speed of the vehicle. A whole new look and feel comes to the front end of the Outlander 850 and 1000R as well as the Renegade 650 and 1000R, all of which is complemented by new, premium, industry-leading technology.

Can-Am Outlander
Can-Am Outlander

The Renegade 70 EFI is designed for riders who are six years old and up. It features 17-inch tires front and rear and an accessible seat height of 26 inches. Similar to its smaller counterpart, the Renegade 110 EFI is packed with attitude and performance, built and designed for riders who are 10 years old and up, equipped with 19-inch front tires and 18-inch rear tires as well as an accessible seat height of 28 inches. The new Renegade X xc 110 EFI is a race-ready model, equipped with double A-Arm front suspension, gas-charged piggyback shocks with 5.5 inches of travel upfront and 6 inches in the rear, 19-inch front tires and 18-inch rear tires, 28-inch seat height, hand guards and race-ready graphics.

For 2023, select models of the Outlander and Renegade lineups are now equipped with new premium technology, such as industry-first intelligent Engine Braking (iEB) as well as new LED headlights, allowing riders to see the trails farther ahead with a brighter and wider field of view. The Outlander and Renegade lineups also received new, aggressive looks upfront, with all-new plastics creating a fierce and exciting appearance.

Can-Am Renegade
Can-Am Renegade

The intelligent Engine Braking system allows riders to adjust their engine braking at the push of a button. With three pre-configured engine braking settings, riders can choose from minimal, medium and maximum engine braking to be better tailored to their preferences, which enhances the rider experience and provides a more smooth and refined ride.

Improved SSV Performance and Power

Through the constant pursuit of increased performance and power, Can-Am has further solidified its position as the mid-horsepower sport UTV leader by increasing the Maverick X3 DS Turbo’s horsepower to 135, up 15 horsepower from the 2022 model. Following the trend of breaking new ground, the Defender is now the pinnacle of working performance for suspension performance and unrivaled tire clearance in the utility-recreational category, and it comes stock with 30-inch tires.

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The increased horsepower and handling on the Maverick X3 lineup was achieved through advanced drivetrain parts, such as the addition of a new Turbo assembly, new Turbo Injectors, a new electronic control unit (ECU) and calibration package, along with a new pDrive Primary Clutch for faster acceleration and quieter driving experience. For 2023, the Maverick X3 X ds Turbo RR package now comes equipped with a sport roof and four-point retractable harnesses.

Can-Am Defender
Can-Am Defender

The 2023 Defender lineup also receives a suite of changes and updates. The Defender X mr is now available with half-doors. Additionally, arched A-Arms are now standard equipment on the following packages: DPS CAB, Limited, Lone Star and X mr. These combined updates allow riders to push farther and hard into rougher terrain to get the job done with increased comfort.

There are also three new tire specs across the Defender lineup for increased traction and performance. XPS Swamp Force Tires are now standard equipment on the Defender X mr HD10. XPS Trail King Tires are now standard on all Defender DPS HD10 and Defender XT HD10 packages. XPS Trac Force Tires are now standard equipment Defender Limited HD10 and Defender Lone Star HD10.

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Bold New Colorways

The 2023 Can-Am ATV and SSV lineups are now available in a variety of exciting, bold, new colorways.

For more information, see the Can-Am Off-Road website.

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