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1000 Standard package features:

  • Rotax 1000R EFI engine, 85 hp
  • The most powerful in the side-by-side industry
  • Best power-to-weight ratio in its segment
  • Best fuel efficiency in the industry
  • Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC)
  • Double A-arm front suspension with dive-control geometry
  • Torsional Trailing Arm Independent (TTI) rear suspension with external sway bar
  • Visco-Lok† auto-locking front differential
  • Adjustable driver seat and tilt steering
  • Industry-exclusive Dual-levelTM cargo box
  • 2-inch diameter ROPS-approved cage
  • Quick-attach side nets
  • 240-watt lighting
  • 650-watt magneto
  • 10-gallon gas tank
Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP): 
$12,799 US





1000 XT™ package offers all the standard Commander 1000 features, PLUS:

  • 4,000-pound [1,814 kg] winch with roller fairlead, wired remote control and integrated remote storage
  • 14-inch cast-aluminum wheels
  • Maxxis Bighorn∞ 2.0 tires
  • Heavy-duty front bumper
  • Rugged bed rails
  • Mudguards
  • Analog / digital gauge
  • Custom steering wheel with brushed aluminum center piece
Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP): $14,299 US (Yellow), $14,299 US (Red), $14,899 US (Camo)





1000 X™ package offers all the standard Commander 1000 features, PLUS:

  • Front and rear Fox Racing Shox∞ HPG piggyback shocks with dual speed compression, rebound and preload adjustments
  • Front sway bar
  • 12-inch aluminum beadlock wheels
  • Maxxis Bighorn∞ 2.0 tires
  • Rock sliders
  • Heavy-duty front bumper
  • Analog/digital gauge
  • Custom steering wheel with brushed aluminum center piece
  • X-package seat trim and graphics
Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP): 
$14,699 US





800R Standard package features:
Rotax 800R EFI engine, 71 hp
The most powerful in its class
Best power-to-weight ratio in its segment
Best fuel efficiency in the industry
Intelligent Throttle Control (iTCTM)
Double A-arm front suspension with dive-control geometry
Torsional Trailing Arm Independent (TTI) rear suspension with external sway bar
Visco-Lok† auto-locking front differential
Adjustable driver seat and tilt steering
Industry-exclusive Dual-LevelTM cargo box
2-inch diameter ROPS-approved cage
Quick-attach side nets
240-watt lighting
650-watt magneto
10-gallon gas tank
Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP): 
$11,699 US





800R XT™ package offers all the standard Commander 800 features, PLUS:

  • 4,000-pound [1,814 kg] winch with roller fairlead, wired remote control and integrated remote storage
  • 27-inch Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 tires
  • 14-inch cast-aluminum wheels
  • Analog/digital gauge
  • Heavy-duty front bumper
  • Rugged bed rails
  • Mudguards
  • Custom steering wheel with brushed aluminum center piece
Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP): 
$13,199 US (Yellow), $13,799 US (Camo)
 

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Yeah the X is only $700 more than the S and the X has a ton of really cool features :cool:
 

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WOW,
I even would have had a few thousand left over to get a good/better trailer maybe even enclosed. But for our trails on the east coast it is 288 lbs to heavy and 8.6 in
to big. I,m cring so bad I can,t even see the screen, it was everything i heard it was going to be except the trail bit.................... what to do now?
 

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I wonder if I could take a hack saw and get this thing narrower I'll deal with the weight. Hummmmmmm. I've been using my buddies rzr and I have to tell you that I am not impressed at all - mechanically - Way to much work done on it just to keep it together. I've told the wife that if I start mumbling rzr to punch me HARD to shake it out of me unless..............they come REAL CHEAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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16,995$ cdn for the plain 800cc.

18,500$ cdn for the xt model.

I have not checked the 1000cc units yet. However it is safe to say you will have to be a millionaire in order to afford one.

I was hinted that the 1000cc Xt commander in more expensive than a dodge ram 1500
or gmc sierra 1500. A fully loaded 1500 4x4 pickup.

Base on past can-am pricing. I tend to believe that not so subtle hint.

Remember there are also two taxes in Canada, some must at 15+% to those prices.

Therefore and for the plain 800 commander the at dealer cost (minimal) will be 19,550$ CDN.
 

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16,995$ cdn for the plain 800cc.

18,500$ cdn for the xt model.

I have not checked the 1000cc units yet. However it is safe to say you will have to be a millionaire in order to afford one.

I was hinted that the 1000cc Xt commander in more expensive than a dodge ram 1500
or gmc sierra 1500. A fully loaded 1500 4x4 pickup.

Base on past can-am pricing. I tend to believe that not so subtle hint.

Remember there are also two taxes in Canada, some must at 15+% to those prices.

Therefore and for the plain 800 commander the at dealer cost (minimal) will be 19,550$ CDN.

HA god bless america
 

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I was planning on paying around 16.500 so I may be able to buy some goodies or I might just change jugs and go up to that 1137 that my husband told me I can get...lol :) :D
 

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16,995$ cdn for the plain 800cc.

18,500$ cdn for the xt model.

I have not checked the 1000cc units yet. However it is safe to say you will have to be a millionaire in order to afford one.

I was hinted that the 1000cc Xt commander in more expensive than a dodge ram 1500
or gmc sierra 1500. A fully loaded 1500 4x4 pickup.

Base on past can-am pricing. I tend to believe that not so subtle hint.

Remember there are also two taxes in Canada, some must at 15+% to those prices.

Therefore and for the plain 800 commander the at dealer cost (minimal) will be 19,550$ CDN.
Hummm no, for once, we have some reasonnable price: the plain 800 is $13,699 CA, same as Rzr. the 1000X is $17,249 CA, 200$ cheeper than the "S". That's msrp because an "S" get out at about 15500$;)
 

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I think the 800 is going to be a good rig also with tons of go-fast parts already availible, and it even has more HP than the prowler 1000!
 

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16,995$ cdn for the plain 800cc.

18,500$ cdn for the xt model.

I have not checked the 1000cc units yet. However it is safe to say you will have to be a millionaire in order to afford one.

I was hinted that the 1000cc Xt commander in more expensive than a dodge ram 1500
or gmc sierra 1500. A fully loaded 1500 4x4 pickup.

Base on past can-am pricing. I tend to believe that not so subtle hint.

Remember there are also two taxes in Canada, some must at 15+% to those prices.

Therefore and for the plain 800 commander the at dealer cost (minimal) will be 19,550$ CDN.
Hummm no, for once, we have some reasonnable price: the plain 800 is $13,699 CA, same as Rzr. the 1000X is $17,249 CA, 200$ cheeper than the "S". That's msrp because an "S" get out at about 15500$;)
I hate to tell you this but the 800 is 15,500 and the 800 xt is 17,900 + taxes. Verified with 6 dealers within a 700KM radius and in two provinces.

I even checked the 2011 can-am atv prices and an 11,000$ brp msrp outlander is 13,000 + taxes at local dealers.

Perhaps the prices will go down.

I would like to know who your dealer with such good prices?

I am certain that about a couple dozen buyers would drive down there in order to save 1000's.

Any how i will not argue the prices. I know certain regions and countries get preferential treatment, and the rest of us can rot in h*ll.
 
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