Buyers in the market for a new SxS should welcome the 2014 model year as another exciting production year for Can Am. In 2013, Can Am marched up to the plate swinging with their impressive 101HP, long travel Can Am Maverick 1000R SxS. For 2014, many important evolutionary changes that will help broaden the Maverick brand and take it to the next level arrive.
The Maverick Max 1000R is a four seat version of the original Maverick, with a 29.5" longer wheelbase and seating for four adults. The Maverick Max X RS DPS adds Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS), a Visco-Lok QE front differential, Fox 2.5 Podium shocks, and 12" beadlock wheels.
The Maverick X RS DPS inherits Tri-Mode DPS, a Visco-Lok QE front differential, and a new white/black/red color scheme.
Also new is the Maverick1000R X xc DPS, which is narrowed to a 60" width and features Tri-Mode DPS, Visco-Lok QE, and Fox 2.0 Podium shocks producing 12" of travel. Designed with the same high performance in a narrower chassis, it will be right at home on tight, technical Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) tracks.
The 2014 Commander 1000 XT-P features a 4,000lb Warn winch, rock sliders, heavy duty bumpers, Fox HPG shocks, a front swaybar, beadlock wheels, and tri-Mode DPS.
An upgraded 3D gauge package will be available on all XT, XT-P, X rs, and Limited model Commander and Maverick SxS's and select Outlander ATV's.
Check back here at www.atvrideronline.com for a full review of these models as soon as we can get our hands on them!