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2014 CAN-AM OFF-ROAD LINEUP WHAT’S NEW AT-A-GLANCE



MAVERICK MAX 1000R
Unveiled in 2013 as an early release 2014 model, the sporty Can-Am Maverick MAX 1000R (also available in the popular X rs package) offers a class-leading 101-horsepower Rotax engine, precision-engineered handling and both rider- and passenger-focused ergonomics. With seating for four adults, the Maverick MAX platform offers everything the two-seat Mav- erick 1000R has, but also includes a 29.5-inch longer wheelbase and industry-leading comfort levels for its rear passengers. The MAX also has larger front hydraulic disc brakes than the standard Maverick side-by-side for increased stopping power.


MAVERICK MAX X RS DPS
Starting with the base Maverick MAX 1000R, the X rs DPS package includes Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering and Visco-Lok QE for precision control even in slow-speed technical terrain. The X rs DPS package also adds a premium fully adjustable FOX 2.5 Podium Performance shock package, 12-inch aluminum beadlock center-less wheels and is available in either white with black and Can-Am Red accents or its original black-and-yellow X-package color scheme. The X-package includes a custom steering wheel, special seat trim, and rock sliders. The new Can-Am family 3-D analog / digital gauge package was also added for 2014.


NEW PACKAGES


MAVERICK X RS DPS
New for 2014 is the addition of Tri-Mode DPS and Visco-Lok QE to the two-seat Maverick 1000R X rs model. The X rs vehicle also receives the full line of X-package upgrades including, fully tunable FOX 2.5 Podium Performance shocks, 12-inch color- match beadlock wheels, X-package seat trim, mudguards, steering wheel with brushed aluminum center, rock slides and two color choices. Choose between the carryover black-and-yellow color scheme with X-package graphics and sponsor logos and the all-new white with Can-Am Red and black highlights. This model also receives the full X-package gauge upgrade.


MAVERICK X XC DPS
The Maverick 1000R X xc DPS vehicle is inspired by the proven Renegade X xc platform. The all-new X-package Maverick includes a narrowing kit (60-inch width), tri-mode DPS, Visco-Lok QE and FOX 2.0 Podium X Performance shocks with 12 inches of travel for precision control in tighter woods and trails. Utilizing feedback from Can-Am Maverick side-by-side rac- ers who compete in the Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) series, the 1000R X xc is built to perform and also includes X-package graphics, seat trim, brushed-aluminum steering wheel, rock sliders, color-match beadlock wheels and the new gauge assembly.


COMMANDER 1000 XT-P
New for the 2014 Can-Am Commander family of class-leading rec-ute side-by-side vehicles is the Commander 1000 XT-P. Dressed in a sporty black-and-yellow finish like its ATV brethren, the XT-P version retains all the X-package components and is designed and outfitted to appease the strict standards of high-performance side-by-side enthusiasts that desire a true rec-utility crossover vehicle. Items like a 4,000-pound WARN winch, rock sliders, beefier bumpers add to this vehicle’s utility background, while its FOX HPG shocks, front swaybar, and beadlock wheel give a nod to its sportier side. The new Tri-mode DPS and Visco-Lok QE are also included.


NEW COLOR SCHEMES
WHITE
The standard two-seat Can-Am Maverick 1000R now comes in in a brilliant white plastic with blacked out center-less wheels and basic graphics.


WHITE / BLACK / RED
Found on the Maverick 1000R X rs and X xc packages — in both the two-seat and MAX platforms — a new white plastic includes black and red as two secondary colors. These vehicles also wear X-package graphics, sponsor logos and color- matched Can-Am Red beadlock rims.


NEW FEATURES
3-D ANALOG / DIGITAL GAUGE
An upgraded 3-D analog / digital gauge package is offers on all XT, XT-P (Commander), X rs and Limited (Commander) packages. The new gauge differs from the normal rectangular version found on the base vehicles by including a 3-D back- ground for enhanced visual clarity. It features state-of-the-art instrumentation with an analog tachometer and speedometer combined with an advanced digital information
center and much more.


TRI-MODE DYNAMIC POWER STEERING AND VISCO-LOK QE ON MAVERICK
The Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS) system is now available on certain Maverick 1000R two-seat and MAX vehicles. The all-new Maverick 1000R X rs DPS package includes both features for even more precision handling. The all-new trail-friendly Maverick 1000R X xc DPS also receives this update for the new model year. The brand new Maverick MAX X rs comes standard with Tri-Mode DPS. Featuring three driver-selectable settings (Hi, Med, Lo) for use in the Maverick, DPS selects the appropriate level of steering assistance based on the amount of steering assistance required for the current speed and terrain conditions. DPS also includes the Quicker-Engaging (QE) Visco-Lok front differential to improve the Maverick side-by-side’s traction and abilities in slow-speed, technical terrain. Like the Commander DPS system, the Maverick DPS vehicles offer variable steering assistance in any mode and is engineered to offer less assist at high speed and more assist at low speed.


MAVERICK TRI-MODE DPS PACKAGE
For 2014, a separate Maverick 1000R DPS package will be available in addition to the base and X rs without DPS. The new 2014 four-seat Maverick MAX 1000R X rs DPS is only available with the Can-Am exclusive Tri-Mode power steering system. Each DPS model comes in the new white with Can-Am Red and black X-package color schematics.
 

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If anyone wants to run the Fox 2.5 shock from the XRS on the 60" XC Maverick FCR Suspension can make it happen. Bob Luketic the owner of FCR has been working with factory CanAm/JB Racing's Kyle Chaney all year. Kyle proved how good it works by winning the GNCC this past Saturday.

Bob Luketic
(330) 383-7975
www.fcrsuspension.com
 

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It looks like the Max may offer a reasonable big brake package for the front. I'm glad they are addressing the QE and PS issues but I hope they plan on coming with a legit clutch fix. I'm curious to know how the add ons will effect the price compared to the 2013's.
 

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I already seen a 200$ price increase if you go to can ams website. Base is 16,299 the xrs is 17,799
 

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I need to see this instrument cluster........

Im a sucker for cool electronics.

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New colours and DPS/QE that should have been standard on the 2013 is nice but...........We need a selectable front locking differential and a new clutch system !!!
 

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The 4 seater with DPS/QE is almost $21K. It is crazy how expensive these things are getting, especially with problems like the clutch. Nonetheless, I will be getting one of the 4 seaters if they will be in stock with my dealer anytime soon. I like the white and red.
 

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On the Maverick Xxc, Does the 4" shorter really make that much of a difference to most of you? I ride in Utah mostly and my maverick can do all the trails my Commander can do. I have yet to find a trail that my maverick couldn't fit on that my commander did fit on. As for performance on the trails, some are pretty tight but I still wouldn't need to be 4" less on any of them.
 

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On the Maverick Xxc, Does the 4" shorter really make that much of a difference to most of you? I ride in Utah mostly and my maverick can do all the trails my Commander can do. I have yet to find a trail that my maverick couldn't fit on that my commander did fit on. As for performance on the trails, some are pretty tight but I still wouldn't need to be 4" less on any of them.
It's for tighter trails. Like the ones here on the East. Most everyone is 60" wide in GNCC and alot of my friends buy RZRs to be narrower.
 

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release date? save me an xxc
 
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