Command your adventures with power to spare and handling that hangs on to the ground better than ever. Navigating terrain wherever you roam hasn't been this much fun in ages—class-leading horsepower, agile responses, and astounding 4WD will do that.
THE STANDARD OF PERFORMANCE
The all-new 91-horsepower Rotax 1000R liquid-cooled V-Twin engine, with four valves per cylinder and single overhead camshafts, is remarkable for its—dare we say it—more refined thrills. Also ready in 48-hp Rotax 570 and 78-hp Rotax 850 versions, these signature Can-Am engines deliver the goods for a true performance edge.
It's all about balance. Starting with front arched A-arms, sway bar, and revised wheels for a wider stance for the most significant Renegade upgrade yet. The independent rear suspension eliminates scrub and camber changes for unparalleled vertical wheel control—rather than in a flexive butterfly motion. Renegade was made to go where you point it—with leading traction and power transfer.
LIKE A DREAM
For total control off-road, Renegade 1000R and 850 offer front and rear preload-adjustable FOX PODIUM 1.5 shocks calibrated to take advantage of the suspension updates for 2019. Giving more predictable response at the limit of traction and better handling over high- and low-speed bumps alike
GROUNDBREAKING WHEEL AND TIRE SETUP
We've put our best Renegade yet on top of rubber that can handle the power—and return a ride you can't forget. ITP Holeshot ATR tires are installed on 12-in (30.5cm) cast-aluminum wheels, with a centerless design that reduces unsprung weight and offers improved strength. Durability was increased in strategic areas while excess material was eliminated in other spots to save weight.
DESIGNED AROUND YOUR RIDE
Leading the pack means Can-Am must push its chassis technology ever further, and the industry-exclusive SST G2+ frame is cutting edge. An efficiently advanced welded-steel frame combines hard-won experience with updated geometry for enhanced ride comfort, better structural integrity, improved durability, and better ground clearance where it counts.