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Can-Am Defender MAX Lone Star HD10

Can-Am unveils Texas Focused Defender MAX Lone Star Edition for 2018

Can-Am Defender Lone Star edition

The Can-Am Defender MAX Lone Star HD10 side-by-side vehicle delivers a tough, capable and clever composition with specific package enhancements designed to complement the swagger and grit of the modern Texas rancher and outdoorsmen. Whether it’s exploring the rugged backcountry or tackling agricultural chores, the Defender Lone Star edition, with its one-of-a-kind identity, is the perfect tool for tackling any task head on.

The Defender MAX family offers comfortable seating for up to six adults, unmatched versatility with its pick-up truck-inspired features and enhanced stability from its 115.5-in. (293.4 cm) long chassis. The appropriately dressed Lone Star HD10 package, complete with “Lone Star” badging, receives all the Can-Am Defender side-by-side vehicle family improvements for 2018. This includes new front and rear arched A-arms and a sway bar for enhanced ground clearance and improved handling in challenging terrain.

New, larger 28-in. (71.1 cm) Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 tires on 14-in. (35.6 cm) aluminum wheels are as functionally adept and durable, for the varying Texas terrain, as they are attractive. The Lone Star HD10 vehicle includes a full hard roof, heavy-duty front steel bumper, custom seat trim, and a painted Deep Metallic Black finish, giving it the proper look of a long, tall Texan.


  • Unique Lone Star trim and badging
  • Reinforced, two-tone Dual VERSA-PRO bench seats with Lone Star trim and coloration
  • 28-in. (71.1 cm) Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 tires on 14-in. (35.6 cm) aluminum wheels
  • Front and rear arched A-arms
  • Front bumper
  • Full hard roof
  • Painted Deep Metallic Black finish
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