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2017 Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX X DS Review


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Changing the game in the high performance multi-passenger UTV market

This past year and a half has been huge for the powersports industry, particularly the high-performance Side-by-Side market. While Polaris has seemed to have a strong grasp on the market with its line of RZR UTVs in both two and four-seat models, Can-Am responded in a major way with its new Can-Am Maverick X3.

 

Fast Facts

Engine: 900cc Triple

Horsepower: 154

Ground Clearance: 13.0 in.

Suspension Travel: 20 in.

Wheelbase: 135 in.

MSRP: $27,499

 

When the Can-Am Maverick X3 was unleashed on the world, heads turned and took quick notice of the 154 HP turbocharged and intercooled Rotax ACE engine that came stuffed into different packages with different suspension options. The high-performance community went wild over these new machines, but it didn’t take long for everyone to start asking when the four-seat model would come out.

It might have taken six months to surface, but when the new Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX was finally revealed, it is clear why it took time to deliver and it most certainly was worth the wait.

Click here for a short video review of the Maverick X3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-RuZRtrNPo

 

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