extra travel and added adjustability.
On all four corners, these Fox shocks
now offer high- and low-speed compression adjustments, along with preload and rebound tuning. The front
arms, too, have been moved away
from the center a full inch, allowing a
wheelbase of 88 inches, which is two
inches shorter than the RZR 1000.
FIT AND STYLE
On the outside, Can-Am still gives
you one of the coolest-looking UTVs
you can buy. The bodywork has a
great design with a mean, aggressive
look. It will surely intimidate anyone
on the trail who looks behind them
and sees it reeling them in. The Turbo
model has bright green steel tubes,
making up the roll cage and suspension. The black bodywork on our test
unit is accented with fender flares
and a center nose section coated in a
carbon fiber-looking finish.
Inside the cockpit you are treated
with the best-finished cabin in the
industry. The seats mount solid, but
are plush with high backs and slid-
ers. The steering wheel is well placed
and feels like an Italian sports-car
quality. Passengers enjoy the same
comfort ,a solid hand-hold opportuni-
ty and a very spacious glovebox. The
only difference the Turbo model has
over the standard in this area is that
the inter-cooler sits centrally located
just behind the driver’s seat. It does
block the view out of the back of the
car, so adding a rear-view mirror is
a little higher is on any customer’s
In deep sand, you can really take advantage of the extra power. The Maxxis
tires hook up well when it’s not loose
Fully adjustable Fox Shox are found on
all four corners of the new Maverick.
The stock setting was perfect up front.