The 2007 Can-Am Outlander MAX 400 H.O.XT is a Utility Style ATV equipped with an 400cc, Liquid Cooled, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a Continuously Variable (CVT) Transmission. It has a Selectable 4X2 / 4X4 driveline.
The Outlander MAX 400 H.O.XT has a McPherson Strut Front Suspension with 7 inches of travel while the Independent Rear Suspension has 8 inches of travel. The Outlander MAX 400 H.O.XT has Front In-Board Dual Disc Brakes and Rear Hydraulic Disc Brakes.
The Outlander MAX 400 H.O.XT was introduced in 2004 and is Carryover for 2007. It includes a 6 month Limited warranty.
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The base price of the 2007 Can-Am Outlander MAX 400 H.O.XT ATV is $7999. This is $855.26 less expensive than its competition.
The Single-Cylinder engine in the 2007 Can-Am Outlander MAX 400 H.O.XT ATV has a displacement of 400 cc which is 35.28% less than its competition.
The 2007 Can-Am Outlander MAX 400 H.O.XT ATV weighs 657 lbs which is 13.29% less than other Utility models.