BRP unveils new addition to its Can-Am Traxter line up

BRP has unveiled a new addition to its acclaimed Can-Am Traxter side-by-side vehicle family for 2021.

The 2021 Can-Am Traxter PRO DPS HD10 T-Category is built to take the hardworking side-by-side vehicle experience to the next level, designed specifically to improve the lives of those who are out there working the land.

This the first Can-Am Traxter to feature an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), which is optimised for off-road use. It also has a 180cm multifunctional cargo box along with a lower box storage area accessible from both sides for a huge amount of storage and hauling capability.

Designed to be as versatile as possible, the Can-Am Traxter PRO DPS HD10 lets you do more and tow more while navigating demanding terrain.

The long cargo box doubles loading capacity compared to the regular box, increasing your efficiency on the job.

Its innovative design includes a lower box storage area and an adaptable flatbed configuration for maximised hauling solutions.

A growing market

“The utility segment of off-road vehicles is growing every year, and we are as committed as ever to product innovation that provides the best possible solution for hardworking individuals,” said Bernard Guy, senior vice-president, global product strategy, BRP.

Can-Am Traxter owners need toughness and capability, and this new model balances that with enhanced comfort and versatility. It’s an ideal tool for landowners and farmers.

The Can-Am Traxter PRO DPS HD10 is equipped with a frame that is lighter and reinforced that enhances ride quality and durability for a wide assortment of off-road tasks.

It comes standard with a proven and reliable 1000cc, 82-hp Rotax HD10 engine that offers a segment-leading 69 lb-ft (94 Nm) of torque.

All that power paired together with an enhanced suspension, longer wheelbase, and a long list of available accessories – as well as Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS) for the first time ever on a Can-Am Traxter model – means plenty of capability to accomplish even the toughest jobs.