The Light Armoured Vehicle II (LAV II) Coyote is an armoured car built by General Dynamics Land Systems Canada for the Canadian Forces, for use in the light reconnaissance (scout) role. It was also initially used in the role of medium tank trainer within armoured cavalry squadrons in the same way as the AVGP Cougar it replaced. In service since 1996, the Coyote is a later generation of the LAV-25 and is of the same family as the Bison APC and the Australian ASLAV, as all are part of the Light Armoured Vehiclefamily produced by General Dynamics Land Systems - Canada and based on the MOWAG Piranha 8x8
The Coyote Reconnaissance Vehicle is a non-amphibious armoured reconnaissance vehicle based on the design of the LAV-25 and the MOWAG Piranha II. The Canadian Forces ordered 203 of the vehicles in 1993 to replace the Lynx reconnaissance vehicle, and all were delivered and entered service by 1996. The Coyote originally came in three variants: the "Mast" variant with a mast-mounted surveillance system, a variant with a remote surveillance suite, and a basic reconnaissance/command post variant.
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