The Can-Am off-road line-up combines a wide range of innovative utility ATVs and SSVs. They have been designed from the ground up with the user’s requirements at the forefront of the development process. The end product epitomises versatility, comfort, reliability and high performance.  The line-up is spearheaded by the price competitive Can-Am Outlander 450, built with class-leading performance, no matter the rigours of any situation put in front of it; the Can-Am Outlander 570 XU which, through the combination of controlled handling, power and performance, allows the user to travel across multiple terrains with ease and efficiently tow and carry cargo;  and the Can-Am Traxter SSV models that have been built to be tough, capable and clever to ensure that jobs are completed quickly, easily, efficiently and safely.

In addition, Can-Am is committed to educating new and existing users on the importance of responsible riding and rider safety. Through its partnership with EASI, it can offer subsidised training to all Can-Am customers. Its global Responsible Rider programme has been developed to provide users with simple rules that ensure they are conscious of their surroundings and are safe when using an ATV. To supplement these written golden rules, it has recently introduced an ATV rider safety video, which is available on the Can-Am off-road YouTube channel, that demonstrates key safety and vehicle tips users must know before riding an ATV. Furthermore, by participating in industry-wide initiatives and working as a member with industry bodies such as the All Terrain Vehicle Industry European Association (ATVEA), Can-Am can provide customers with free interactive eTraining that enables them to learn the fundamentals of ATV riding at their own pace.

This user focused commitment across all aspects of the Can-Am off-road range creates an ownership experience that exceeds the user’s demands and expectations, highlighting the brand’s world-leading position.

For more information about the Can-Am off-road line-up and the responsible rider programme visit

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