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Dan Miller Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Wed Jun 4, 2014 10:37 AM CDT

Can-Am has expanded its ATV line for the 2015 model year with two new budget-priced vehicles. The Outlander L 450 4X4 (38-hp) has a base price of $6,399. The Outlander L 500 (46-hp) begins at $6,999. Both vehicles target Can-Am's competitors by offering riders -- who may have not yet tried a Can-Am -- two highly competitively priced vehicles.

A bit of extra incentive comes with both vehicles. Can-Am is offering five-year extended warranties on both the L 450 and L 500. They have no mileage limitations and both warranties are transferable. Can-Am says its warranty package is 10 times ...

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