CAN-AM MAVERICK X ds TURBO
The Maverick X ds Turbo boasts a
131-horsepower, 976cc, V-twin engine
that is turbocharged. This electronic
fuel-injected sport UTV comes with
Can-Am’s Tri-Mode power steering
standard, along with 14-inch beadlock wheels that have 28-inch Maxxis
Bighorn tires wrapped around them.
You can purchase the Maverick X
ds 1000 for $3500 less than the turbocharged model.
CAN-AM MAVERICK X rs TURBO
When it comes to power and performance, the Maverick X rs Turbo is the
top of the line for Can-Am. It comes
with sport-tuned suspension designed
for rough, high-speed desert riding
with Fox 2. 5 Podium RC2 coil-over
shocks. A Yoshimura exhaust and
electronic power steering are standard features on this high-performance machine. This model comes in
a black-and-red color scheme.
CAN-AM MAVERICK X xc DPS
Tight trails and woodsy terrain are
what this machine is made for. If you
want the power and performance of
a Maverick 1000R in a 60-inch-wide
platform, the X xc model may be
right for you. It comes with beadlock
wheels, electronic power steering
and an auto-locking front differential.
A dual A-arm design gives the X xc a
soft ride in the front suspension with
torsional trailing arms in the rear.
CAN-AM MAVERICK ($16,399)
The base-model Maverick is nothing to laugh at. It comes with 14
inches of wheel travel on all four corners with Fox 2.0 Podium C shocks. A
101-horsepower, 976cc, V-twin, four-stroke engine powers this sport-type
UTV. You can get the DPS, electronic
power steering model for an extra
$1050. This machine is electronically
fuel-injected and has Can-Am’s intelligent throttle control.
CAN-AM COMMANDER MAX
The Commander lineup bridges
sport performance with utility. The
Max Limited comes with great standard features, including a GPS
unit, half windshield, roof, winch,
heavy-duty front bumper and bed
rails installed in the rear cargo box.
Tri-Mode electronic power steering
is also a standard feature on the
Commander Max Limited. A lot of
great features come on this machine
for a good price.
CAN-AM COMMANDER MAX DPS
Can-Am’s Commander Max DPS
comes with two engine options.
Their 799cc or 976cc V-twin four-stroke engines power all four wheels
through an automatic CVT-style
transmission. Both versions come
with electronic power steering, along
with an auto-locking front differential
for traversing steep or messy terrain.
Ten inches of wheel travel soften
the Commander Max’s ride through
double A-arm front suspension and
independent rear suspension.