Can-Am continues driving the off-road evolution at LAMMA 2023
Focusing on power, performance, capability, versatility and innovation at LAMMA 2023, the new Can-Am Traxter 6x6 DPS HD10 will be making its UK show debut at LAMMA 2023.
This new unit delivers the functionality of a six-wheel drive vehicle workhorse SSV and will present new job opportunities in multiple sectors including farming, estate management, and facilities maintenance. This combination ensures the Traxter 6x6 DPS HD10 can handle everything from hauling machinery to transporting workers and equipment to job sites, while providing owners with the comfort, power and performance that is expected from a Can-Am Traxter.
The new SSV enhances the comfort and control of the original Can-Am Traxter with the help of its longer wheelbase and triple axle design, which spreads the weight of the vehicle so that it treads carefully across multiple terrains. This ability is complemented by the performance of the 82hp V-twin liquid cooled engine from Rotax® and ensures that no destination is out of reach.
It provides owners with class leading towing, payload and cargo capacity that come in at 1,360kg, 771kg and 454kg respectively. These capacities are aided by the extended cargo box, which allows it to carry more goods and equipment. The integrated design elements include the LinQ quick-attach system, built-in anchors, tie-down points and recesses for easy box separator solutions, which make it easy to customise the vehicle for the job at hand.
The Traxter 6x6’s 40-litre fuel tank makes it a work-ready vehicle that can spend hours performing without the need to come in to refuel. In addition, the SSV’s roomy and intuitive cockpit has been designed by Can-Am’s R&D team with functionality and comfort in mind. This is highlighted by the cab pillars being pushed forward, an open-dash configuration, and a truck-inspired VERSA-PRO bench seat that accommodates up to three adults and flips up for additional space in the cab.
To complement the new Traxter, Can-Am’s SSV line-up will also include the Can-Am Traxter HD7 and HD9. The Can-Am Traxter HD7 is a work-ready vehicle that provides the user with consistent performance, no matter the terrain. With the help of the new HD7 Rotax engine, the vehicle has been optimised for off-road use and produces 37 per cent more power than the HD5 engine it has replaced.
The Can-Am Traxter HD9 offers class-leading power and low-end torque through the new Rotax HD9 engine, so travelling up the side of hills or towing and carrying cargo on the flat is now easier and more efficient.
The other vehicles on show are made up of Can-Am’s most popular ATV models. The price competitive Can-Am Outlander 450 is built with outstanding performance, no matter the rigours of any situation put in front of it. The Can-Am Outlander 570 XU combines controlled handling, power and performance, enabling the user to travel across multiple terrains with ease, and efficiently tow and carry cargo.
To support the vehicles, the Can-Am off-road team will be on hand to highlight its Responsible Rider Charter, which was launched during Farm Safety Week 2022; its exclusive partnership with the NFU; Can-Am’s Digitally Encoded Security System (D.E.S.S.) Key, which restricts access to the bike’s electronic ignition system; its road legal vehicle line-up, and the exclusive finance offer run by Société Générale.
James Dalke, BRP commercial manager UK, says, “It’s all about evolution on the Can-Am stand this year at LAMMA and we are excited to be debuting the new Can-Am Traxter 6x6 DPS HD10, the latest and biggest addition to our Traxter offering. This new model highlights how our off-road line-up is continuing to develop to meet the needs of the end user by providing them with a class-leading vehicle that can flex its motorised muscles to do jobs and reach areas other SSVs may not be able to reach or handle. In addition, our Can-Am team is counting down the days to the show, so we can highlight how our vehicles will benefit an engaged audience.”