Can-Am recently pulled the cover off of its latest side-by-side, the Maverick X3, unveiling to the off-road world the vehicle it had been teasing over the past month. The new X3 will be offered in three different models, including the base X3, X3 X ds, and the X3 X rs, the last of which will provide up to 24 inches of suspension travel. The Maverick X3 is also headlined by its turbocharged, intercooled triple-cylinder Rotax ACE engine rated to produce 154 horsepower. Can-Am says the Maverick X3 is capable of producing a 0-60 mph time of 4.9 seconds.
Valcourt, Quebec/Canada – Can-Am / Murray Racing pilot Jason Murray piloted the brand new Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle to the UTV Unlimited Pro class victory at the 2016 Best In The Desert Vegas To Reno race in Las Vegas, Nev. The all-new, bold Can-Am Maverick X3 X rs Turbo R side-by-side vehicle won its debut race just four short days after its worldwide unveiling in Orlando, Fla.
Can-Am is literally teasing us with different small glimpses of its newest Maverick X3 side-by-side machine leading up to its formal launch next week on August 16. The newest tease is a short video showing the suspension of the Maverick X3. Check it out below.
Coming August 16, Can-Am will fill us in on what the company has been busy building. Here’s a clue: it’s called the Maverick X3, and you can actually check out the first teaser of the new model below.
Head Hoonigan in charge and Can-Am brand ambassador Ken Block recently pulled the cover off of his two new Maverick side-by-side builds. Customized with his own personal style and flair, the unique Maverick X rs 1000R Turbo and Maverick MAX X rs 1000R Turbo side-by-sides will be showcased in the coming year to highlight the performance capabilities of the vehicles.
Valcourt, Quebec/Canada – BRP, in collaboration with Kappa Clothing and Cyclops Gear, is launching a Can-Am VIP Fan Contest to reward two different winners with a trip to the Can-Am 500, the November 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race held at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) in Arizona.
Valcourt, Québec – The Can-Am X-Team kicked off 2016 with a podium sweep in the UTV Turbo class at the Best In The Desert THR Motorsports Parker 250 opener in Arizona. The Can-Am / S3 Racing team of Dustin Jones and Shane Dowden won the class. Logan Gastel and Murray Racing also finished on the Turbo class podium, earning second and third, respectively. Can-Am ATV racer Chris Robinson also posted a class victory in the Expert Ironman (ATV) class.
BRP formally announced some big news today, as it has entered into a new agreement with “Gymkhana” viral video star and rally racer Ken Block. Block, a decorated World Rally Championship racer, X Games medalist and viral video trailblazer, is now an official ambassador for the Can-Am brand. Block and his Hoonigan team are joining with BRP to highlight the performance capabilities of the Can-Am Maverick side-by-side vehicle.