2010 Can-Am lineup features new suspension, power steering
June 2, 2009
Filed under Features
Can-Am’s 2010 ATV line-up will feature a unique air-controlled suspension system and new Dynamic Power Steering with a revised, quicker-engaging Visco-Lok QE front differential, according to a release from parent company BRP.
“BRP’s 2010 models bring even more value through innovation to the ATV industry,” the company said in the release. “Features like bringing user control to power steering through its dual-mode, speed-sensitive DPS system and a six-way adjustable air-controlled suspension system give ATV enthusiasts more control over the riding experience.”
Air-controlled suspension comes equipped on Cam-Am’s Outlander 800R MAX EFI LTD, and BRP says the compressor that activates the six-position, rider-selectable system also can be used to fill tires while on the trail.
Dynamic Power Steering debuts on select Outlander and Renegade models.
Other 2010 changes include more power on the company’s Outlander 650 thanks to a revised calibration of its Rotax 650 powerplant, and increased package options including new Renegade and XT-P packages that include items like DPS, premium tires and wheels and other upgrades.