BRP unveils 82 horsepower Can-Am Defender 6×6


Canadian-based BRP has announced changes to its line of Defender and Maverick Can-Am off roading vehicles for 2020.

According to a news release, the entire Defender series now has an 82 horsepower Rotax engine, 69 lb-ft of torque, and complete frame-up and front-end design changes that will improve the comfort and safety of the ride. New for 2020, the Can-Am Defender 6×6 HD 10 features 6-wheel traction, and a box that has adjustable length.

“BRP is committed to the full-size utility-recreational segment because it is one the fastest growing in the market. The 2020 Can-Am Defender family is the direct result of merging tangible insights from customers around the world with our own strict innovation standards,” says Bernard Guy, senior vice-president, global product strategy, BRP. “The new Defender vehicles offer extraordinary adaptability, comfort, and dependability to help owners accomplish tasks with more confidence than ever before.”

Also new for next year, the Can-Am Maverick lineup will have 195-hp Rotax Turbo RR engine available in the new Can-Am Maverick X3 Turbo RR. The unit has improved suspension, along with updated wheels and tires for better off-road maneuverability.

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