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Can-Am has released details on all of its new models for 2018. We’ve already shown you the Maverick lineup, so now let’s take a look at the Defender series of workhorses.

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2018 Can-Am Maverick Trail Family

Whether you’re looking for casual trail riding, gnarly rock climbing or anything in between, the 2018 Can-Am Maverick lineup can deliver.

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Can-Am is getting to roll out some kind of new Maverick model and the brand has released a teaser video to get us excited. 

Show off 2This guy learned the hard way that pride goes before a fall.

X3 vs teslaTesla’s are sort of the latest rage in the electric car world right now, both in terms of performance as well as their luxurious features.

bombing canyonsThis guy is on the gas in his Maverick X3!

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Can-Am SxS off-road racers had great success this past weekend on racetracks around the country, notching several victories and numerous podiums. Check out the recap of each race below.

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Can-Am racers Kyle Chaney and Hunter Miller finished 1-2 in the XC1 Pro UTV class at the Camp Coker Grand National Cross Country Race in Society Hills, S.C. Multi-time GNCC champion Bryan Buckhannon notched his first victory of the season in the Pro 4×4 class. The Camp Coker event hosted both round five of GNCC ATV series and the second round of action for side-by-side vehicles.

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Can-Am Maverick X3 Turbo side-by-side vehicle racer Phil Blurton won the 2017 UTV World Championship Safecraft long course overall and UTV Pro Turbo class this weekend in Laughlin, Nevada. Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle pilots had a great showing at the annual event, which is sanctioned by the Best In The Desert (BITD) racing association, winning two classes, including a podium sweep in the Pro UTV Unlimited ranks.

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Can-Am off-road has launched its 2017 Can-Am factory racing team and also announced its Can-Am X-Team ATV and SxS Rider Contingency Program. The amateur and professional racing contingency program includes more than a $350,000 in total payouts and covers numerous racing series for ATVs and side-by-side vehicles across North America.

The Can-Am X-Team off-road consists of 18 teams competing with Can-Am Renegade 4×4 ATVs and Can-Am Maverick side-by-side vehicles.