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2009 Can-AM Renegade ATV Review Photo Gallery

Can-Am puts 4WD technology and a huge motor into this cross-country sport ATV. We found out quickly that the Renegade 800R EFI and Renegade 500 EFI aren't cut out for slow-paced grunt work. Check out the full story in our 2009 Can-Am Renegade 800R EFI ATV Review

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The bikes are almost identical with the exception of the motors. The Renegade 800R EFI is far more potent than the smaller Rotax in the 500 shown here.
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'That is the baddest stock machine I’ve ever ridden with four wheels,' says the Burning Rock Operations Manager, Travis.
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The Can-Am quads handle very well considering their weight, but the 500 is the more nimble of the two.
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The 2009 Can-Am Renegade ATVs are an amazingly competent blend of sport performance and 4WD.
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The fuel-injected Renegades generate loads of torque from the single overhead cam V-Twin motor that has four valves per cylinder and a sweet exhaust note.
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The line between sport and utility has been blurred. We love 4WD so having it available on a performance machine is a perfect idea in our mind.