Power increases, trim updates and a lot more await 2023 Can-Am fans. Did I mention some electrifying news?
There are juicy tidbits of news coming from BRP regarding the 2023 Can-Am SSV lineup. The company updated a majority of their off-road products, or at least improved/tweaked them in some form. New color combinations and options are available, while some models also saw a few styling tweaks.
Here are some of the most notable changes in a nutshell:
- There is a new 135-hp turbo engine and pDrive primary clutch on all Maverick X3 DS Turbo
- New arched a-arms add over two-inches of suspension travel on all Defender DPS CAB, Limited, Lone Star, and X
- New Platinum half-doors are available on several models.
- New 3-inch XPS Trac Force tires are on all Defender Limited and Lone Star models.
Pricing and lineup information is now available on BRP’s off-road website.
News about the Can-Am Turbo RR belt heat alarm system
The Turbo RR vehicles gets the belt temperature alarm system. This is an audio and visual warning that many consumers have been asking for. Hopefully, Can-Am (among others) can spread this system across their lineup as most of their vehicles have a belt-driven CVTs.
What about electrification?
Yes, BRP/Can-Am are pretty serious about adding all-electric products to their lineup. 300 million has been invested in EV research. We now have a first step is an all-electric motorcycle. The Can-Am Origin and Pulse will be followed by all-electric Sea-Doo watercraft.
We will add more information about updated Can-Am products in the near future.