I had a 650 Brute Force before and this thing eats it alive on ride and power. It will do 120 KMH.
Powersteering is awesome, no more getting your hands slapped by a hidden rock or something. The only thing I find, the rear differential is noisy (howling).
I got it checked and was told they all do that. I do find the rear compartment door a bit cheap.
Minus 20 and it starts perfect, no problems with the quad yet. The headlights are very bright too!
The rims are nice but scratch easily.
I still say they should have kept the front brake rotors on the inside by the diff like the older style. Now being in the wheels, they get wet faster and probably wear out faster, too.
I recommend this ATV but it's a bit on the expensive side.
Upgrades/Accessories: Wind deflector fairing from Can Am which is very easily detached (within five seconds) and very solid.
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