2017 Can-Am Maverick XC Review – The Can-Am Maverick xc, the most powerful 60-inch side-by-side vehicle, was introduced in 2014 to rave reviews for nimble handling and overall performance for recreational riding and racing forests. The Maverick 1000R X xc starts from a narrow 60-inch (152.4 cm) attitude, and wear Podium C FOX 2.0 shocks with 12 inches (30.5 cm) of travel to help overcome the tight woods and roads. Package X xc, powered by a normally aspirated 101-hp Rotax V-Twin, has been refined from experience gained from the thorough testing and the effect obtained from the Can-Am Maverick riders side-by-side competing in the Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) series. This vehicle is available in two colors, including the new Light Grey & Octane Blue finish, as well as X package graphics.
New built Maverick 1000R vehicles side-by-side vehicle arrives as the price point to appeal to those woods riding and racing enthusiasts who want a narrow-width (60 inches / 152.4 cm) vehicles without all the bells and whistles. Not to be taken lightly, Maverick xc vehicles side-by-side offering precision performance, power-to-weight remarkable and attitudes that are ideal for tight path. Maverick seat two newest family members side-by-side arriving by stimulating the Rotax V-Twin engine, Maverick family DNA and unbeatable comfort. It is also the most affordable Rec-Sport Maverick side-by-side vehicle in the family.
2017 Can-Am Maverick XC – Features
101-hp engine V-Twin Rotax 1000R: The 976cc, 101-hp Rotax engine 1000R V-Twin makes a normally aspirated Maverick X xc most powerful 60-inch vehicle side-by-side in the industry. It supplies a reliable, thrilling power for both recreational and racing applications.
Tri-mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS): The Tri-Mode DPS system features three modes (MIN, MED and MAX), which allows the drive to select the desired amount of steering assist for the terrain and conditions.
Visco-Lok QE front differential All DPS-equipped models come with the Visco-Lok QE calibration giving quicker engagement of the front differential.
FOX Podium C 2.0 piggyback shocks : Premium FOX Podium C 2.0 Piggyback shocks, front and rear, used on Maverick 1000R X xc re-buildable piggyback shocks have preload adjustment for (dual-rate spring), and compression and offers 12 inches ( 30.5 cm) of travel. Shocks are designed to be lightweight yet durable to withstand extreme use.
60-inch width: Can-Am engineers make Maverick 1000R X xc 60 inches (152.4 cm) wide for precision handling in the forest.
27-inch Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 tires: The 2017 Can-Am Maverick XC package using a tire-and-wheel with functional, lightweight beadlock wheels. The 12-inch (30.5 cm) optimized computer with beadlock wheel centreless (mechanical fastening devices) are mated with 27-inch (68.6 cm) Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 tires for the perfect combination of traction and performance.
X-package seat trim: X Package includes black seats with color-matching highlighting new and improved “X-Team” stitches.
Analog / digital gauge: The Can-Am Maverick XC has an upgraded gauge on the base unit, featuring state-of-the-art instrumentation with analog tachometer and speedometer combined with an advanced digital information center.
steering X-package: three-spoke steering wheel with grip molded aluminum center and improve the appearance of X-package.
Two X-packet colors and graphics: The Maverick XC, dressed with X-package graphics, comes in White, Black & Can-Am Red and Grey & Blue Octane new color patterns all. As with all vehicles Maverick X, the new colors are also finding their way into key parts (shock eye, upper A-arm, chairs, cages, beadlocks, etc.) for additional color alliance.
2017 Can-Am Maverick XC Review – Price
2017 Can-Am Maverick XC going to be released in the country of Canada, United States, Europe and Australia, The estimated price in each nation is different, the manufacturer’s suggested retail price
- 2017 Can-Am Maverick XC Triple Black–$18,199*