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2011 Can-Am Outlander MAX 800 LTD EFI 4x4 (Illinois)

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The Outlander comes complete with the 800cc fuel injected twin cylinder, 4 stroke, liquid cooled engine. The transmission is automatic with high, low, neutral, park, and reverse settings.It comes with factory installed fender flares, Warn XL 3000 lb winc...

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