2019 Can-Am® Outlander™ Max 6x6 XT™ 1000 OFF-ROAD-AHOLIC There's nothing like the additional torque from a 6x6 being driven by our ultimate 82-horsepower Rotax 1000 V-Twin engine—this is the hardest-working ATV we build. XT adds a front bumper, winch, and more—all ready for your next challenge. Features may include: Engaging 82-hp Rotax V-Twin engine CONTINUE THE ROTAX LEGEND It’s not about the power, but how you use it—until you can do both. The 82 horsepower 1000 Rotax V-Twin engine is proven in every corner of the world—that’s not a boast. New extended wheelbase and passenger seat MAXIMIZE YOUR CAPABILITY Like everything else on the Outlander 6x6, the MAX seat is engineered for a reason, with ergonomic multiposition handgrips and raised floorboards to ensure more comfort on long rides—or flip the passenger seat down in seconds and gain even more cargo capacity. Fully revised front and rear suspension FOR REACHING NEW PEAKS The most significant Outlander upgrade yet, it's all about taking the ride even farther. Starting with front arched A-arms, sway bar, and up to 9.2 in. of ground clearance for a wider stance, more confident handling, and better capability. Independent rear suspension eliminates scrub and camber changes for unparalleled vertical wheel control—rather than a flexive butterfly motion. Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) GRABS AND GOES Rugged Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) technology gives you shiftless, responsive gearing at the right time. For ease of use, you can count on the engine braking feature to help slow you down when going downhill. 3,000-lb WARN winch with roller fairlead CLOSE THE GAP This powerful winch with a 3,000 lb (1,361 kg) capacity is factory installed and can handle the toughest situations, an indespensible tool when tackling conditions like hunting, ranching, mud holes, or working at a job site. Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS) CONTROL AT YOUR FINGERTIPS Feel off-road terrain like never before with Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS), which gives easy steering assistance and adapts its response to the vehicle's speed. At lower speeds, assistance is increased to reduce your steering effort, while at higher speeds it's reduced to return maximum feel to the rider. Choose between three modes to match your preferences.