2018 Can-Am Maverick MAX 1000R
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New 2018 Can-Am Maverick MAX 1000R $22,999
The next generation of accessible high-performance is here: 4-seat, 120 horsepower Maverick X3 Turbo, with quick, efficient response and unbeatable all-round value.Features may include:
- 120 hp turbocharged Rotax® ACE engine
Responsive, refined performance is more accessible than ever with the all-new 120 horsepower Maverick X3. Like its bigger brothers, its turbocharged Rotax ACE engine is tuned for torque and seamless, shift-less power for the rush to redline.
- Advanced airflow dynamics
With an intake and exhaust tuned to maximise power, efficiency, and throttle response, the Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX will never be starved for performance. Three oversized, out-of-the-way intakes feed the engine and the CVT with clean air and keep temperatures low, with a sport exhaust out back to let the Rotax ACE engine roar.
- Wide, strong, lightweight chassis
Our engineers are rightfully proud that the Maverick X3 MAX features an ultralight, rigid chassis made of state-of-the-art Dual-Phase 980 steel.
- QRS-X transmission
A compact, high-performance QRS-X CVT has been calibrated to work with the turbo to virtually eliminate lag, without shifting or torque interruption to slow you down. Its large drive—a long, wide, and thick belt—is our most robust three-roller pulley design yet.
- TTX suspension with industry-leading travel
Can-Ams four-link TTX suspension with 20-in of travel features a trophy truck-like trailing arm and three links dedicated to controlling camber while delivering optimal geometry at all times, even during extended wheel travel. The result? Unparalleled power transfer to wheels, virtually no bump steer, precise steering response, more confidence at higher speeds—and four huge grins.
- Sharpest handling features
With a chassis built to conquer any terrain—and a wheelbase 15% longer than the Polaris RZR XP4—the Maverick X3 MAX is not only at home in rough terrain but comes alive with confidence at high speeds. From its arched double tubular A-Arm and sway bar up front to its race-inspired quick-ratio D-shaped steering wheel, Tri-Mode DPS system, and Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC), it’s handling you should experience for yourself.
- The only Ergo-Lok cockpit built for four
With 18% more seat pitch for rear passengers than the Polaris RZR XP4, plus fore, aft, and height adjustments, anyone in the second row will find the perfect perch for what’s about to unfold. There’s well-placed foot rests to grab handles to its tilt and race-inspired steering wheel, and we’ve even fitted integrated wiring and offer a wide range of factory interior accessories. Better give it a name—this Maverick will be around for a long time.
- Low Seats, Bold Stance
Its low floor with adult-sized room for both rows ensures everyone feels safely connected to the vehicle’s every move. Its high and dominant posture is enhanced with race car-inspired one-piece molded seats with ideal support, weight distribution, and 4-way adjustablility for all four seats.
- Trademark Can-Am DNA with next generation design
The Maverick X3 MAX intensity comes from a mix of performance-driven mechanical and structural design, from its signature LEDs to its advanced cockpit. Choose between Hyper Silver & Sunburst Yellow painted coloration or White coloration, if you can.
2018 Can-Am Maverick MAX 1000R Specifications
Trim Body Style
Exterior ColorHYPER SILVER
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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