2018 Can-Am Maverick Turbo X3 MR Turbo R

Dec 11, 2017

Category: Rides

With a stance as aggressive as it is powerful, the Can-Am Maverick X3 X MR Turbo R is a mean backcountry-shredding Side by Side ready to tackle the outdoors. It’s all thanks to a combination of a 172 hp, Rotax ACE 900cc turbocharged triple-cylinder engine along with a Smart-Lok front differential and mud specific tuning that can be fully locked at the push of a button.

In addition to a high-performance engine, the Maverick boasts upwards of 72-inches of width that helps the side-by-side capitalize on its race-winning TTX suspension geometry – ideal for challenging terrain. It’s snorkeled engine behind the driver’s head also helps the Maverick ford just about any river in your path, an ultralight chassis built with Dual-Phase 980 steel keeps things agile yet just as strong as the competition, a race-inspired cockpit adapts to the driver with ease, and highly capable 30-inch Cryptid mud tires wrapped in 14-inch beadlock wheels can tear through the deepest of ruts without issue.

Purchase: $26,000+

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