Featured Image

2018 Can-Am Maverick X3 X RS Turbo R

Posted By

Jun 8, 2017

Category: Rides

If you like off-roading and you don’t know Can-Am – well, then you probably don’t really like off-roading. Because this giant has been making amazing dirt-devouring vehicles for quite a long time. And they’re still going strong, as evidenced by their new 2018 Maverick X3 X RS Turbo R dune buggy.

One of their most blisteringly quick offerings to date, this side-by-side is loaded with a turbocharged and intercooled Rotax ACE engine capable of pumping out 172 horsepower and producing 124 foot-pounds of torque. The beefy engine is fed by three oversized air intakes that keep it cool no matter how hard you push her. And the ultralight 980 steel chassis will keep you safe in the unlikely event that you topple. It also features an upgraded BRP four-link TTX suspension with 24-inches of travel that makes big whoops feel like little more than gravel in the road, fully-adjustable state-of-the-art Fox shocks, and 14-inch aluminum beadlock wheels mated to beefy 30-inch Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 six-ply tires. This angry little dirt devil starts at $26,899.

Purchase: $26,899+

More From Rides

Thumbnail

Raise Clean Ocean Awareness With Oris’ Limited Edition Watch

Sport a timepiece featuring a 100% recycled medallion.

Posted By Mike Bitanga

Partner
Featured Image

Legacy Overland Calls Upon 3 Eras Of Range Rover For This Classic V8

Chimera built from some of the British SUV's best historical examples.

Posted By

Jun 17, 2019

Featured Image

The Fierce Ducati Streetfighter V4 Prototype Will Take On Pikes Peak

Racer Carlin Dunne will ride upon this monstrous two-wheeler.

Posted By

Jun 17, 2019

Featured Image

Auto Fabrica’s BMW R NINE T Type 18 Is A Sleek Futuristic Motorcycle

A futuristic bike inspired by BMW's aviation history.

Posted By

Jun 17, 2019

Featured Image

Alpine’s A110S Is A Sleek & Souped-Up Turbocharged Sport Coupe

Updating the company's already-popular platform.

Posted By

Jun 17, 2019

Featured Image

Recast’s Blacked-Out Moto Guzzi California 1100 Is One Mean Machine

A bigger, bolder version of their Nevada bike from 2017.

Posted By

Jun 14, 2019