Photo Gallery: Can-Am Outlander X MR 1000R

Sloppy images that were just too good for the proverbial cutting room floor.

The 2022 Can-Am Outlander X MR 1000R.Lance Schwartz

We’ve already completed our review of Can-Am’s 2022 Outlander X MR 1000R, and as you can see from the pictures—this was another fun day at the office! We had several images left over that were just too exciting to pitch in the old Mac trash can, so we decided to throw this additional photo gallery together for your amusement. Enjoy the photos!

A winch is standard equipment for those who like to throw caution to the wind. It’s always a good idea to check the depth of a mudhole before stabbing the throttle.Lance Schwartz
How low will it go? Keep the water out of the snorkel inlets and you’ll be just fine.Lance Schwartz
13 inches of ground clearance glides over just about everything.Lance Schwartz
The 2022 Can-Am Outlander X MR 1000R looks even bigger when it isn’t submerged.Lance Schwartz
Engine and CVT air intake snorkels are mounted up high so you can travel through the deep end.Lance Schwartz
Spreading the joy.Lance Schwartz
With 91 horses on tap, the 30-inch ITP Cryptid tires occasionally walk on water.Lance Schwartz
Don’t let our overzealous test rider fool you. Splash protection is actually very good.Lance Schwartz
The front fascia and halogen headlights of this 2022 model get a new look and much brighter LEDs in 2023.Lance Schwartz
It takes more than mud to slow the X MR.Lance Schwartz
Even with the superaggressive mud tires, the Outlander X MR provides a comfortable ride between mudholes.Lance Schwartz
Note the elevated radiator position where the front rack would typically be located. This keeps the air flowing through the coils and engine temperatures in the happy range.Lance Schwartz
Rode hard and put away wet.Lance Schwartz

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