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2012 Can-Am Outlander 1000 & Renegade 1000 Utility ATV

2012 Can-Am Outlander 1000 & Renegade 1000
2012 Can-Am Commander 1000 Limited Edition

Valcourt, QC Canada (07/10/2011) - Can-Am/BRP, the leader in innovative ATV technology has yet again raised the bar in the ATV industry with the release of its new and upgraded Renegade, Outlander, and Commander lines for 2012. With some amazing new features, new power plants, and the quality consumers have come to expect of these models, these machines are sure please.

Can-Am has listened to its customers and brought about changes to its 2012 line up that are sure to put a smile on everyone’s face who throws a leg over one of the new models. The upgrades for the Renegade and Outlander families includes a newly designed frame, even more power and improved suspension to handle the extra ponies.

2012 Can-Am Outlander 1000 Utility ATV
2012 Can-Am Renegade 1000 Utility ATV
2012 Can-Am Outlander 1000 Utility ATV
2012 Can-Am Renegade 1000 Utility ATV

2012 Can-Am Rotax 1000cc 82 horsepower ATV Engine
2012 Can-Am Rotax 1000cc 82 horsepower ATV Engine

Can-Am’s flagship Sport Utility line, the Renegade family, which has been dominating the GNCC circuit, has introduced a new member for 2012, the Renegade 1000, that will soon accompany the Renegade 800 on showroom floors. The Renegade 1000 boasts a powerful Rotax 976cc V-twin engine that supplies an incredible 82 horsepower to handle just about anything you might encounter on the track or trail.

Can-Am's Michael Swift
Can-Am's 4x GNCC U2 Class Champion Cliff Beasley
Can-Am's Michael Swift has won 5 GNCC Utility ATV Championships with the help of the Outlander Utility ATV
Can-Am's 4x GNCC U2 Class Champion Cliff Beasley has dominated the races aboard his Renegade Sport Utility ATV

New from the ground up, the SST G2 frame improves handling and provides a greater power to weight ratio that is unmatched in any other sport utility machine. Can-Am’s goal in creating this new frame was to bring the knowledge of new-wave geometries that the manufacturer has gained through years of testing that challenges traditional thinking in the off-road world. Called Geometric Contact Control (GCC), this technology allows the chassis of the next-generation Renegade incredible performance, yet enhances the overall comfort of the vehicle at all levels of riding.

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