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2013 Can-Am Maverick X rs First Ride Photo Gallery

The Can-Am Maverick X rs is the pinnacle of Side-by-side performance for the Canadian manufacturer. Read the 2013 Can-Am Maverick X rs First Ride to see what we thought of this powerful four-wheeled machine.

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The Can-Am Maverick gets through the corners better in four-wheel drive, but it's more fun with power going only to the rear wheels.
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The tail swings around easily on the Can-Am Maverick X rs.
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Fox Podium 2.5 shocks control the ride on the Can-Am Maverick X rs.
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The Can-Am Maverick's TTA independent rear suspension is a compact 5-link design.
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The seats of the Can-Am Maverick X rs are the best we've tested.
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Maxxis Bighorn tires are mounted to bead-lock wheels on the Can-Am Maverick X rs.
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In four-wheel drive the Can-Am Maverick X rs rails around corners.
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The suspension of the Can-Am Maverick X rs feels bottomless.
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The Can-Am Maverick X rs is one of the meanest looking side-by-sides out there.
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The Can-AM Maverick's engine response is snappy in the mid-range.
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The Can-Am Maverick X rs has some body roll unless you stay on the gas and slide through the corner.