Can-Am knows how to get off- roaders’ attention with excit- ing new models—and the
practicality of low prices. There’s
plenty of both in the 2015 Can-Am
lineup. Here are all the details.
New low-priced Outlander Ls and more!
NEW LOW-COST OUTLANDER L 450
Two new small 4x4s, the Outlander
L 450 and 500, are the biggest news
from Can-Am for 2015. The 427cc,
single-cylinder, four-valve 450 starts
at $6399. That’s astoundingly affordable, but still more than the 455cc
Polaris Sportsman 400, which goes
for $5699. The 500cc, eight-valve,
V-twin Outlander 500L starts at $6999.
It should be good competition for the
$6499 Polaris Sportsman 570, which
is powered by a 567cc, four-valve
single. The new 4x4s have the latest
G2 chassis with double-A-arm front
suspension, 9 inches of travel and
trailing-arm rear suspension with 8. 8
inches of travel.
In keeping with Can-Am tradition,
the L 450 and L 500 are available with
Tri-Mode power steering, which brings
the price to $7299 for the 450 and
$7899 for the 500. There are also non-power-steering and power-steering
450 and 500 two-rider Max models.
All the Outlander Ls are covered by
a five-year warranty. You can still
get the original Outlander 500 DPS
for $8899, the Outlander 500 XT for
$9549, the two-rider Outlander Max
500 DPS for $9899 and the Outlander
Max XT for $10,549.
THE BIG OUTLANDERS, RENEGADES
AND MAX MODELS ARE BACK
Base, Dynamic Power Steering
(DPS), XT, XT-P and X mr, and two-rider Max models of the Outlander
650, 800 and 1000s return, along with
the sport 4x4 Renegade 500, 800
and 1000 for 2015. In case you can’t
keep all the Can-Am Outlander option
packages straight, here’s what they
• DPS models get Tri-Mode power
steering, a quick-engaging (QE)
Visco-Lok front differential, cast-alu-
Power-steering versions of the Outlander
L 450 and L 500 come with cast-aluminum wheels and high-output
There are power-steering
and non-power-steering L
450 and L 500 two-rider
Max models too.
come with new
black and orange