For those serious about mud riding, Can-Am has two offerings for you: the
Outlander 1000 X mr and 650 X mr shown here. Both can go deep, thanks to a top-mounted radiator and huge mud tires.
Maverick 1000R X rs DPS
; Can-Am has by far the largest
lineup of ATVs and UTVs for 2014.
From youth to full-race sport quads
and utility racers and two-passenger
trail machines, Can-Am has you covered. If driving is more your game
and a UTV is what you have been
looking for, Can-Am has a large
selection to choose from. Check out
www.dirtwheelsmag.com for any
late-release models, as well as the
2014 Can-Am pricing guide, which
was not yet available as of press
The biggest news out of Can-Am
this year is the announcement of two
new Maverick models. The Maverick
is quickly gaining in popularity for
trail riders, and even getting some
wins at the track. That success has
encouraged Can-Am to slightly
tweak the Maverick for woods racers
and trail riders who enjoy the tighter
trails in the eastern part of the country.
This model will go by the name
Maverick X xc DPS. The biggest
change is in the suspension department. Travel numbers will remain an
impressive 14 inches at both ends,
but the overall vehicle width will
shrink from 64 inches to a tree-split-ting 60 inches. That’s the minimum
width of all GNCC racecourses.
Another notable feature is the addition of dynamic power steering.
That’s one feature we were surprised
wasn’t available last year. It does
make the cut on the standard 64-inch-
wide Maverick as well. In all, there
will be a base model, a Maverick X
rs, Maverick X rs DPS and the woods-capable Maverick X xc, which are all
powered by the 101-horsepower,
A four-seat version of the Maverick 1000 makes the lineup for 2014. It has room for
four passengers and is available with or without power steering.
and a load of
By the staff of Dirt Wheels
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