Can-Am Commander Capability and Capacity

From the industry-exclusive Dual-Level™ Cargo Box to the 2-inch hitch receiver, giving the vehicle up to 1,500 pounds of towing capacity, the new Can-Am Commander has set the standard on the capability of side-by-side vehicles. 

Dual-Level Cargo Box
The Commander’s innovative Dual-Level Cargo box is designed for maximum versatility.  It’s made from a high-strength, anti-rust, anti-dent composite material and features two levels separated by a removable, water-resistant panel.  This enables you to carry more diverse cargo, say a bulk load of wood in the upper-level while maintaining quick and easy access to tools in the lower level. 

Carry capacity of the cargo box is an impressive 13.1 cubic feet (372 liters) of total volume and 600 lbs. The box is not only capable of handling large loads, but it also helps you manage them with a removable tailgate and a handy tilt-assist dump bed feature. 

Towing capacity
The Commander excels at carrying large loads and storing gear.  But it also provides a highly capable towing platform.  With industry-leading horsepower, a 2-inch hitch receiver and 1,500 pounds of towing capacity, the Commander is an able workhorse for pulling trailers and equipment. 


240-watt Lighting
Whether you are out late for work or recreation, the Commander provides a significant advantage over the competition when operating at night.  With 240-watt illumination, The Commander boasts the most powerful headlights in the industry.  The Yamaha Rhino and the Kawasaki Teryx aren’t even close sporting 60-watt and 80-watt headlights respectively.  The Commander’s advantage is easy to see in a side by side comparison.   


Check out the video below for a full overview on the Commander’s capability and capacity features.

Can-Am Team

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