I bought the Outlander Max HO in February 2004, my first ATV. Not exactly knowing what to purchase I just wanted to enjoy the comfort of riding double on the trails winter or summer for hunting or fishing. The independent 4-way suspension is a sweet feature and provides tremendous comfort to the ride. The bike seems to have enough power for any terrain that I rode it in. The bike is heavy 645 LB for a 400 CC and is quite long, almost 8 feet. I have had many riders with me and each rider was quite surprised with the comfort of the Outlander's ride. When riding double you don't even feel the additional rider.
I have only placed 166 miles on the bike thus far and it feels great. This was a good choice for me.
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ATV Disclaimer & Safety Information
Riding an ATV can be dangerous. To ensure your safety proper protective gear should always be worn. Remember to always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing. Never ride on paved surfaces or public roads. Never carry passengers unless the ATV is specifically engineered to accommodate them. Riding at excessive speeds or engaging in stunt riding is extremely dangerous. Be extremely careful on difficult or unknown terrain. Never ride while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Many ATV’s are recommended only for highly experienced riders 16 years and older. Please make sure that you are riding an ATV that is age appropriate. Riders younger than 16 years of age should always be supervised by an adult. We recommend that all ATV riders take an approved ATV training course and read their vehicle owner's manual thoroughly. When riding your ATV always stay on established trails in approved areas. Keep your riding areas clean and respect the rights of others. Always obtain permission before riding on private lands, and obey all the laws and regulations governing your riding areas.