CAN-AM MAVERICK MAX X mr ($23,999)
The Maverick X mr is simply built for mud. A 101-horse-
power Rotax V-twin four-stroke engine powers this mud
slinger. Thirty-inch Gorilla Axle Silverback tires help the
X mr claw through the stickiest situations. Fully adjustable
Fox Podium shocks suspend this Maverick, and you can
purchase a two-seat X mr version for $21,999.
CAN-AM MAVERICK MAX DPS ($19,599)
The most basic Can-Am four-seat sport machine is the
Maverick Max DPS. Dynamic Tri-Mode EPS is standard.
Sport-inspired high-back seats keep all four riders secure.
An EFI, 101-horsepower, 976cc, V-twin engine powers the
Max DPS through an automatic CVT-style transmission.
It’s fun for the whole family and your friends.
CAN-AM MAVERICK MAX X rs/ds TURBO
The top four-seaters in Can-Am’s lineup are the
Maverick Max X rs and ds Turbos. These machines feature
131 horsepower, which is plenty fun. Sport-tuned suspension comes on both models, but the rs has upgraded Fox
Podium RC2 shocks. Beadlock wheels and Tri-Mode EPS
are factory-installed features on these Mavericks.
CAN-AM MAVERICK TURBO ($20,499)
The Maverick Turbo boasts a 131-horsepower, 976cc,
V-twin engine that is turbocharged. This EFI sport UTV
comes standard with Can-Am’s Tri-Mode power steering,
along with 14-inch aluminum wheels that have 28-inch
Maxxis Bighorn tires. You can get the similar 101-horse-
power non-turbo Maverick DPS model for $17,599.
CAN-AM MAVERICK MAX TURBO ($22,499)
The Can-Am Maverick Max Turbo comes with the
131-horsepower Rotax 1000R V-twin engine. Fox 2. 5 Podium
QS3 piggyback shocks suspend the Maverick, along with
dual A-arms up front and in the rear. Fourteen-inch aluminum wheels with 28-inch Maxxis Bighorn tires come
standard, along with EPS. If you want a fast four-seater,
this is it.
CAN-AM MAVERICK X xc ($18,599)
Tight trails and woods are what the X xc is made for. It
has the power and performance of a Maverick 1000R in
a 60-inch-wide platform. 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.