BRP has announced that it will highlight the latest Can-Am Traxter HD7 and Can-Am Traxter HD9 at Lamma 2022. These side-by-side vehicles (SSVs) are said to highlight how the offroad lineup continues to prioritise the user, as they have been designed to handle the job demands of utility riders as well as the challenging conditions.
The HD7 is a work-ready vehicle that provides the user with consistent performance, no matter what the terrain. With a new HD7 Rotax engine, it is said to be optimised for offroad use with 37% more power than the HD5 engine it replaced. The larger HD9 is reported to offer class-leading power and low-end torque through a new Rotax HD9 power unit, ideal for travelling up the side of hills or towing and carrying cargo on the flat.
Also on the stand will be a range of Can-Am’s most popular models, including the Outlander 450 and the Outlander 570 XU. The offroad team will also be on hand to highlight its partnership with the NFU to communicate the importance of offroad vehicle security and the benefits of the Digitally Encoded Security System key, which restricts access to the electronic ignition system. The company will also highlight its responsible rider programme, promote its road-legal vehicle lineup and the exclusive finance offer run by Société Générale.
James Dalke, BRP commercial manager UK and Ireland, says, “We are excited to physically be back at LAMMA to showcase the latest additions to our growing off-road line-up to an engaged and interested audience who use ATVs and SSVs on a daily basis.
“Over the last two years, the line-up has continued to evolve with the help of the BRP R&D team, who have been working tirelessly to meet the constantly changing demands of the UK utility market. This is highlighted by the new Can-Am Traxter HD7 and Can-Am Traxter HD9 models and we believe that they will provide utility users with class-leading performance, power and versatility, so that jobs are completed quickly, easily, efficiently and safely. In addition, we also see this show as a great platform from which to promote and highlight the importance of rider safety to visitors and as part of this we will be hosting the Farm Safety Foundation on our stand.”