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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-04-2019, 07:21 PM Thread Starter
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Went all in, what have I done..

Well, after years and years of owning race wheelers and bikes, I decided a change of pace was in order. Stopped at a local dealer on a day off from work and couldn't walk away..2020 Can-Am Outlander XT-P 1000R
Being a diehard Honda guy, this was hard to swallow, till I took the first ride.
What an absolute animal this thing is. Comfortable as all heck, and insanely quick. Looking down and realizing it's an 800lb utility wheeler with power like this is nuts. Never owned one new off the showroom floor, guess it was time to. Cant wait to ride some poker runs this summer!!
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Nice looking ATV indeed...


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That quad is too pretty to ride.
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very nice atv , like the yellow on the trim as well and wheels
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Very nice. I looked at a CanAm, but cheaped out and bought a Polaris 570. It's been a great quad.

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I had Honda 3 and 4 wheelers for over 35 years. I bought a new Can Am 450 Outlander 2 years ago and love it. I had driven a few and really liked them over the new Honda's.
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That quad is too pretty to ride.
Yeah I kinda thought the same, dont plan on sinking it to the bars in mud.
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Really slick looking ride! Those front and rear carriers look just perfect for strapping a buck for the ride home to dinner!

Good luck with it, it really looks sweet!

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Really slick looking ride! Those front and rear carriers look just perfect for strapping a buck for the ride home to dinner!

Good luck with it, it really looks sweet!
Thanks! I'm at the point where speed doesn't appeal anymore, functionality does. Racks, a winch, 4wd and a comfortable ride are what I like now. Just cruising trails, food plots, firewood, hauling a deer out, that kinda stuff. Plus I cant afford to be out of work due to injury. Lol
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Got a plow, (Warne) for mine and it tops off the package, and really saves the wife's back.....
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