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2013 Can-Am Maverick 1000R First Look Photo Gallery

Take a peek at the brand new sport side-by-sides from BRP, the 2013 Can-Am Maverick 1000R X rs and the Maverick 1000R MAX. Read more in the 2013 Can-Am Maverick 1000R X rs First Look report.

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The Maverick 1000R comes in Yellow only and retails for $15,999.
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Can-Am also built at four-seat model, the Maverick MAX.
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The Maverick 1000R MAX will be a 2014 model available next summer.
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Can-Am definitely wants everyone and their uncle to know that it’s producing triple-digit ponies in the Maverick.
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Can-Am says the MAX has 6.5 inches more than the RZR XP4.
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Stadium seating raises the rear passengers 3.5 inches for better visibility.
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Can-Am says the mid-engine layout allows for precise turning that minimizes the pendulum effect of the rear end swinging around.
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The wheelbase will be 29.5 inches longer and cockpit dimensions look relatively spacious for full-size adults.
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Extra horsepower will be appreciated in the dunes.
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BRP sources a 976cc V-Twin Rotax engine with cylinder dimensions of 91 x 75mm.
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A wheelbase of 84.3 inches and track width of 64 inches indicates a stable platform.
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The iTC system minimizes the effect of a driver’s foot bouncing around on the throttle pedal. It can be adjusted between Standard or Sport mode via a switch on the center dash.
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Dual ignition keys offer controlled performance. One limits top speed to 44 mph and the other is full performance.
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A CVT transmission carries power to the front and rear wheels via a new belt. Can-Am says it is reinforced with Zylon to create more tensile strength and belt rigidity.
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FOX shocks attach to dual A-arms on the front end.
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A dual exhaust is tuned specifically for the revised engine and includes a resonator chamber and the industry’s first catalytic converter.
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The seats and controls feel very nice, though we didn’t get to actually drive the Maverick.
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FOX Podium X 2.0 shocks on all four corners have piggyback reservoirs.
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Base model in yellow retails for $15,999.
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A tilt steering column moves the wheel and information display simultaneously.
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Center-less aluminum wheels are shod in Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 tires.
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The X rs model looks even more sinister.
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The roll cage is two-inch diameter steel.
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The X rs gets a custom steering wheel that is very nice.
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Ground clearance is 13 inches.
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Seats are supportive and firm. The X rs gets two-tone colors.
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The rear cargo bed is not a complete bed at all. It uses the same rack platform as the Can-Am ATVs which feature the LinQ quick-attach system.
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The front end attaches with dual A-arms and the rear gets a very unique design called TTA, for Torsional Trailing A-arms.
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Aluminum beadlock wheels for the upgraded version.