A Walk Around the New 2020 Can-Am Defender PRO HD 10

Can-Am unveiled the new 2020 Defender Pro HD10 this summer. This 82-hp. UTV offers a number of new features, including a 32.5-inch longer wheelbase that make this machine a premium choice for farm chores or fun.

“The utility-recreation segment of off-road vehicles is growing every year, and we are as committed as ever to product innovation that provides the best possible solution for hard work and play,” says Bernard Guy, senior vice president. He says the new Defender Pro HD10 is a balance between the toughness and capability farmers need and the comfort and versatility they want.


The Can-Am is designed to carry full loads of heavy work material and tools. Sides of the 6-foot bed can easily be removed to accommodate odd-shape items or grant easier access to the bed.


This vehicle has bench seating for a driver and two passengers. Premium seating material is designed to stand up to tough work conditions and be comfortable all day long.



This vehicle has a 115.5-inch wheelbase and a bed twice as long as the regular Defender cargo box. The bed can be converted to a flatbed without tools.



Two metal latches secure the tailgate.


This 82-hp. gas vehicle offers 69 lb.-ft. of torque and can be fueled with E-10.


A latching pass-through storage compartment can accommodate large tools the operator wants to keep shielded from the elements. This space has an 83.6-gallon capacity and can be accessed from either side.


The unique Can-Am removable glove box allows an operator to take tools with them once they’ve reached their destination.


Several cupholders and dash compartments offer additional storage for smaller items such as drinks, gloves, and phones.


A new suspension calibration was designed to offer a smoother ride, both with and without a load for model year 2020. This new design features 64-inch front and rear arched A-frames and 11 inches of suspension travel. This machine has 13 inches of ground clearance.

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