2018 Can-Am Maverick Max X MR 1000R

Jun 1, 2017

Category: Rides

Just in time for summer Can-Am has announced their brand new 2018 line. A stand out among the bunch? The 2018 Can-Am Maverick Max X MR 1000R.

Powered by a 101 horsepower 976cc Rotax 100R V-Twin engine and boasting ITP Cryptid mud Tires, this dirt-eating demon is engineered to conquer any backcountry trail it comes across. More than just powerful, this off-road vehicle is capable of bringing along four adults through the backwoods thanks in large part to the new Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering, and the hefty Fox 2.5 Podium Qs3 piggyback shocks. The steering system allows drivers to choose between three different settings so you get the exact ride you are looking for. Worried about tipping when driving with a full load? Don’t be. Can-Am’s front sway bar counters weight transfers thanks to its use of a torsional spring – making it much easier to handle in even the toughest situations. The woods won’t know what hit them

Purchase: $24,000

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