Can-Am Off-Road U.S.A. Ag Sales Event

Can-Am Off-Road U.S.A. Ag Sales Event
  • Approved agriculture businesses are eligible for a rebate up to $1,500 on select 2019 Can-Am Defender models
  • Promotion runs until June 30, 2019

USA – (AmmoLand.com) From now until June 30, 2019, Can-Am is offering approved agriculture businesses a rebate worth up to $1,500 on select 2019 Can-Am Defender models.

Built for a hard day’s work, the Can-Am Defender lineup includes a wide range of packages and engine options to fit the unique needs of workers everywhere. Defender side-by-side vehicles can tow up to 2,500 lbs. They can also handle up to 1,000 lbs in the innovative cargo box, which features cut-outs in the bed for five-gallon buckets to stay in place while driving, anchor points, and a large, easy to use, tailgate.

Farmers and ranchers can make work easier and more comfortable with the wide range of accessories available straight from the factory. Accessories offered by Can-Am include windshields, heaters, bed toolbox, tool holders, additional lighting, snow plows, track kits, and a variety of racks for more organized storage.

Click here to learn more about the U.S.A. Ag Sales Event.

For more information on all Can-Am vehicles, visit www.can-am.brp.com.

  • 2 thoughts on “Can-Am Off-Road U.S.A. Ag Sales Event

    1. I bought my 2016 Defender XTHD8 brand new. Well built, powerful, great machine. The biggest downside of buying a BRP is the total lack of follow up, and after the sale contact by them. It’s non-existent, as is a means to contact customer service. I’ve emailed BRP at several different listed email addresses, and have never had any answered. The ONLY contacts began immediately after the sale. They were endless emails promoting their new Maverick model, this immediately following my spending nearly $20,000 for my Defender. I still get frequent email promotions from them selling stuff.

      1. Mike — you should have checked out the Massimo line of side by side UTV’s. My Massimo 4X4 UTV. cost less than 8K and had everything you paid extra for on your Defender…All those advertisements you have been seeing on TV or in some magazine cost serious major bucks and you are paying out some major cash to see or read about it….Remember that the next time you go shopping for another UTV…BTW…the Massimo is assembled in the USA ( Arlington, Texas) I use my Massimo UTV 700 every day in my farm/ranching operations, the machine will be 8 years old in May and the only thing I’ve replaced are the fuel lines…its a tuff critter

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