BRP Can-Am® Outlander 6X6TM ATV

  • 2014

  • Product
    Automotive and Transport

Designed By:

  • BRP Design & Innovation Team

Commissioned By:

BRP Design & Innovation Team

Designed In:


The 2014 BRP Can-Am Outlander 6X6 is a revolutionary ATV that uses drive on all six wheels to provide the best experience even in the roughest environments. The six wheels provide extra capacity but also extra comfort in the ride. It features a rear platform designed to be transformable, using simple parts and intuitive ways of assembly. For example, you can add side walls to carry and dump rocks or sand. Optional side structure, increase the load capacity for tree logs, big containers or heavy equipments.

  • Every Outlander 6X6 starts with the best-in-class power and power to weight ratio ROTAX engine, also delivering superior fuel efficiency. Because ultimate power and extra load capacity calls for ultimate control we deliver superior handling, no mater the harshest of the environment. Comfort for long ride, precise steering on tight turns and sharp corners at both low and high speed. The next generation SST frame geometry provides structural integrity, improved durability, superior load capacity and precision handling.

  • The ergonomics was design around the user with features that deliver more comfort. The seat position and cushion are design to maximize comfort so you keep going on the trail and foot rest geometry that helps your body rest in natural and secured position as you ride. The 6X6 provides more comfort and stability than any other ATV platform by allowing to go over big obstacles very smoothly even at high speed.

  • The cargo platform was designed to be intuitive and easy-to-operate. The multiple optional platform configurations can be installed or interchanged easily and rapidly without tools. High-strength platform integrates a weatherproof storage drawer and includes multiple details for tie-downs. It also provides molded-in anchors for LINQ® quick attach system that let you add or remove accessories in a second.