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The Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX side-by-side vehicle features four occupant-focused, rally car-like seats for optimal positioning and ergonomics. All four seats are placed on the same level, to improve feel and fitment.
Can-Am just released the four-seat version of their impressive Maverick X3 called the Maverick X3 Max. Thanks For Watching Please Share This Video!
For full reviews of these machines and the complete list of specs/revisions for this model year, you can check out the January issue for our 2017 RZR XP4 Turbo review, and then you can browse the May 2017 issue for our Maverick X3 MAX X DS review.
16 Things Can-Am’s 2017 Maverick X3 Specs Won’t Tell You The three rear radius rods are hollow steel. The left and right mounting posts on the frame, shown in the is picture, are attached to each other on the other side of the mounting plate.
Can-Am recently announced its new Maverick X3 MAX, a sport UTV that takes the popular Maverick X3 model and expands it to a four seater. Designed around the idea of offering an improved level of power, handling and comfort in a four-seat side-by-side, the X3 MAX is sure to be a new major player in the industry.
The Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS has an MSRP of $29,099.00 and comes in Black Out, or gold and red. The base Maverick X3 MAX retails for $24,999. You can learn more about the Can-Am here .
After much anticipation and a brief demo ride the morning after its unveiling, I was looking forward to getting some genuine seat time in 2017 Can-Am Maverick X3 X rs Turbo R. [VS FastFacts ...
Go way beyond expectations with the 72-inch wide Maverick X3 MAX X rs Turbo R. It's ready to fall in line with FOX 2.5 PODIUM Piggyback shocks with QS3 compression control, 172 horsepower, Smart-Lok technology, and 2 or 4-seats.
2017 CAN-AM MAVERICK X3 MAX X DS DUNE REVIEW - UTV Guide March 8, 2017 at 7:55 am […] month, you’ve no doubt come across pictures, video, commentary, and speculation regarding the Maverick X3 Max.
The turbocharged Maverick X3 defies convention: 0-60 mph under 5 seconds, 24 in. of suspension travel and up to 72 in. stance.