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What Is The Top Speed Of A Can-Am Maverick X3 X MR?

The seemingly simple question “what is the top speed of a Can-Am Maverick X3?” has a rather complicated answer. For one, there are several versions of the Can-Am Maverick X3, each of which having its own top speed and idiosyncratic limitations. Second of all, the top speed of a 2-seater Can-Am Maverick X3 will be different than that of a 4-seater Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX. Add to this the different model years of the Can-Am Maverick X3 and you’ve got yourself a real quagmire to wade through. Because of this, we decided to get deep into the weeds and parse through the details that determine the top speed of a Can-Am Maverick X3!

If your aim is to go as fast as possible, the Can-Am Maverick X3 XMR may not be the right machine for you. Due to the knobby tires, even the 195HP version of the stock XMR is limited to around 67 MPH. This is just an ECM speed governor, though, and there are a couple of ways to get around it. On the 2020 Can-Am Maverick X3 XMR, you can simply disconnect the speed sensor. Although your top speeds won't display correctly on the speedometer after doing this, using a GPS will prove that you’ve gone around the factory-imposed MPH limiter for faster top speeds by disconnecting the speed sensor.

Another way to remove the built-in speed limiter on a Maverick XMR is to find a willing participant within the service department of your local Can-Am dealership to flash the ECU. If they change the model number on the ECU to that of, say, an XRS, you can potentially reach top speeds of 90 MPH with RPMs in the range of 8,200.

Alternatively, aftermarket accessories like ECU tuners can also be used to eliminate electronic speed and rev limits. A DynoJet tuner or the Stage 3 ECU flash by Evolution Powersports both work wonders. And if you upgrade the fuel pump and intercooler, add a Flowmaster dual exhaust with a cat delete, and install some EVO charge tubes with blow off valves, you could improve upon the 78 MPH stock top speed of a 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 X MR Turbo RR to hit rates upwards of 95 MPH!

We’ve seen guys hit 93 MPH in a stock 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 RR, and that pace drops down to around 89 MPH on the bigger X3 MAX RR. With four adults in a 2020 Maverick X3 MAX XRS RR, it’s possible to hit 93 MPH -- 96 MPH if there’s a slight downward slope. Like with the XMR, the R and RR editions of the Can-Am Maverick X3 are also limited by speed and rev governors from the factory. But even without a governor delete, you should still be able to hit mid 90s in a Turbo RR.

While it is possible to reach triple-digit MPH numbers in a modified Maverick X3 RR, you’ll need to add a few things to your rig before passing the 99 MPH threshold becomes possible. Gutting the catalytic converter and adding an aftermarket exhaust is a good place to start, and an STM clutch as well as an EVO 3R tune with 91 octane fuel should get you the rest of the way. To protect your turbo at these speeds, it’s wise to have a blowoff valve installed. And even if you’re using a high-speed belt designed for extreme temperatures, the forces present at 100 MPH+ speeds are enough to grenade even the best X3 belts.

Moving your spring settings up should give you 200-300 more RPM, and if you recalibrate your speedometer after adding things like bigger tires, the speedo will be more accurate when measuring your vehicle’s top speed.

X3 editions with a 120 horsepower engine include the Maverick X3 DS Turbo, the Maverick X3 X MR Turbo, the Maverick X3 X RC Turbo, and the Maverick X3 MAX DS Turbo. The next level up in terms of HP are the Maverick X3 DS Turbo R, Maverick X3 RS Turbo R, Maverick X3 MAX DS Turbo R, and Maverick X3 MAX RS Turbo R -- each of which coming stock with a 172 HP engine. Finally, the most powerful engine size found in stock X3s is the 195 HP engine, and the Maverick X3 MAX RS Turbo R, Maverick X3 DS Turbo RR, Maverick X3 X MR Turbo RR, Maverick X3 MAX X DS Turbo RR, Maverick X3 X RC Turbo RR, Maverick X3 MAX X RS Turbo RR, and Maverick X3 MAX X MR Turbo RR all come equipped with 195-horsepower engines!

Long story short, the top speed of a Can-Am Maverick X3 is roughly 80 MPH. But as we mentioned earlier, there are several reasons why your X3 Maverick could be slower or faster than that figure. You might find that your X3 gets a bit squirrelly at these speeds, and if you install heavier tires / wheels without adjusting the vehicle’s clutching as well, your top speeds won’t be nearly as fast. 

As far as factory speed limiters go, Can-Am seems to be all over the place, with the typical governed speed being 80-82 MPH. You’ll know if you are hitting the speed limiter because your machine won’t accelerate and the RPMs will start to drop despite your foot being on the accelerator. And although the gray key is typically the performance key whereas the green key is the beginner key, some dealers have colored them differently, so pay attention to the info that scrolls across the dash display when the vehicle starts up. This will show you whether or not you’re using the performance key or the beginner key. But if you’ve got a key programmed for performance, all the requisite aftermarket modifications, and Jupiter is aligned with Mars, you just might be able to push your Can-Am Maverick X3 to a speed that it has never reached before!

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2020 X3 Xrs TURBO-RR

2020 X3 Xrs TURBO-RR

Can-Am not only has the largest lineup of high-performance UTVs, the company lays claim to the highest horsepower numbers as well. Whether we need 195 horsepower or not, there are plenty who just want it. Surprisingly, there are many more who want even more than that; however, the machine with the highest showroom stock horsepower number with a warranty from your local dealer is Can-Am’s 2020 X3 X rs Turbo-RR

2020 X3 Xrs TURBO-RR

WHAT’S NEW FOR 2020?

The 2020 X3 X rs Turbo-RR  has the 195-horsepower tune, along with long-travel, fully adjustable suspension. In the cockpit, four-point seat belts sit under a plastic roof surrounded by blue painted bodywork to show off the RR moniker. Silver and black round out this year’s color choices. Color-matched beadlock wheels help dress it up even more. In the drivetrain, the Smart-Lok front differential is standard and comes in handy in the rocks and mud.

2020 X3 Xrs TURBO-RR

HOW DOES COST COMPARE?

Polaris has yet to come out with a competing machine for this beast. The only long-travel, turbocharged 2-seater available is the RZR Turbo S ($22,499), which is on the old platform. The new Pro XP platform is only available in a 64-inch-wide version. The RZR Pro XP version with dynamic Fox suspension sells for $28,499. So, at $27,499, the only machines in that price, suspension and power range are other X3s or the yet-to-be-released Speed SxS cars from Robby Gordon.

HOW FAST IS THE X3 2020 X3 Xrs TURBO-RR ?

As fast as they get. It gets up to 80 mph in about 10 seconds with perfect traction. We’ve removed the speed limiter electronically and reached over 100 mph. We will bring you the details of that adventure another time, but in stock trim, this X3 rips. Under normal trail-riding conditions, there’s no way a sane person would ask for more power. When you stab the throttle, the front end lifts almost into a wheelie. At 50 mph, the car levels out, then screams along until it hits the 84-mph speed limiter.

2020 X3 Xrs TURBO-RR

WHAT ABOUT THE DELIVERY?

It all depends on the size of your right shoe. Being conservative, you could drive the 2020 X3 X rs Turbo-RR as smoothly as a golf cart. It works fine at slower speeds and is a blast on all trails. Roll on the throttle a little harder and you feel the turbo kick in and push the machine forward at a good clip. Honestly, we drove this X3 at 1/4–1/2 throttle 90 percent of the time, and that’s all we needed to have a good time. When you go full maniac and floor it, you get pinned to the seat back and instantly hit warp speed. It’s exhilarating as long as the trail is smooth and wide, and it’s downright rocket-like on a tight trail.

2020 X3 Xrs TURBO-RR

HOW DOES THE X RS TURBO RR HANDLE?

With the shock clickers set in a neutral position, the car is a bit choppy at slow speeds over bumps. That can surely be dialed out with the slow-speed compression dial. But, for all-around comfort, it’s great everywhere else. It’s the widest production car made and has a perfect wheelbase to match, so it corners like it’s on rails in berm turns. If sliding is more your thing, it does that, too. On tight trails, you sort of do both while driving it. We would set the car up for turns with a bit of brake, a flick of the steering wheel and throttle out. On flat turns with no berms, it does push if you try to accelerate out of the corners. We prefer steering with the throttle to solve this.

HOW IS THE HIGH-END SUSPENSION?

You can dial the shocks in for your terrain for sure. There are adjusters for high- and low-speed compression and rebound. You can also tune the springs to your liking with preload and cross-over rings that tell the shock when to go into the stiffer main spring. So, if you ride a lot of whoops or high-speed chop aggressively, you should make the main springs come in early. If you are a dune guy or slower trail rider, you might want to have a smoother ride and use all of the top spring for more plushness. Fox helps you dial in the suspension for your ride area with a setup chart at www.foxshox.com.

2020 X3 Xrs TURBO-RR

HOW STRONG ARE THE BRAKES?

There are two hydraulic fluid reservoirs hooked to the brake pedal of this X3. One operates the rear brake and one is for the front. This keeps fluid temperatures lower for better pedal feel. Can-Am is the only UTV manufacturer that has a braking system like it. So, the brakes are strong. The few days we had this machine out for aggressive testing, we never felt fading, and at the speeds the X3 is capable of, you need good brakes.

HOW IS IT IN DESERT AND DUNES?

The rougher the trail and the faster you drive the X3, the better it is. It likes to be abused in rough terrain. With a 102-inch wheelbase and 2 feet of travel, the car soaks up ditches and whoops like a Baja Trophy Truck.

There is so much horsepower on tap, whether you want to fly down an open trail or climb a dune in deep sand, the X3 does it faster than you are ready for. This is one of those cars that you can’t just jump into and pin the throttle. You need to know the trail and your skill level before letting loose.

HOW IS IT IN MUD AND ROCKS?

Still pretty good. The laid-back seating position and the long hood out front make it a little hard to navigate rock piles and mud holes, but technically the car does great. A smart-lock locking differential gives full locking capabilities up front, and the low range in the gear box allows the X3 to climb anything. This car comes with a thick UHMW skid plate that can take a lot of abuse.

WHAT ABOUT TRAIL COMFORT?

The signature laid-back seating position is great for dunes and high-speed roads. If you want a more upright position, that is available at no charge. All you have to do is unbolt the front seat mounts and move a spacer, which will allow you to tilt the seat forward a couple of inches. This gets you closer to the steering wheel and provides a better view of the long hood. Adjustment in the shocks will give you exactly what you want—it’s just not on the fly. The slow-speed compression clickers soften the little bumps but add to body roll at high speed. Spring collars on the shock bodies fine-tune the spring rate even more. If you can’t find a comfortable setting with these shocks, companies like Shock Therapy and Fox can dial them in precisely the way you want. The steering wheel has good ergonomics, and the EPS assist makes it light and fun to flick around. The 2020 Can-Am Maverick X3 X rs Turbo RR comes with a plastic roof connected with quick-turn fasteners, making it easy to remove. We took ours off for the test shoot day.

WHAT’S OUR FINAL ANSWER?

Right now this 2-seater has the most power, wheel travel, width and wheelbase of all the competition. Accordingly, it’s the fastest, best over the bumps and most capable UTV you can buy. So, for the guy who wants to walk into the dealer, sign a check and come out with the most complete stock machine, this is it. He’ll surely have bragging rights in the stock category. Is it the best? We think it would be close after installing a set of high-performance lower A-arms and a set of tires more purpose-built for where you ride. Even if you just leave it stock, though, you will still have the time of your life behind the wheel of the 2020 Can-Am Maverick X3 X rs Turbo RR.

SPECS:

2020 CAN-AM MAVERICK X3 X rs TURBO RR

ENGINE/TRANSMISSION

Engine type Turbocharged, liquid-cooled, 12-valve,

inline triple

Displacement 900cc

Bore x stroke 74mm x 67.9mm (3)

Compression ratio 9.1:1

Lubrication system Wet sump

Induction 46mm EFI

Starting/back-up Electric push-button/none

Starting procedure In any range, brake engaged

Air filter:

Type Paper mesh/screen

Transmission Dual-range CVT

Drive system Selectable 2WD/4WD/lock

Final drive: f/r Shaft/gear

DIMENSIONS/CAPACITIES/WEIGHTS

Fuel capacity 10.5 gal.

Wheelbase 102”

Overall length/width/height 133”/72”/67”

Ground clearance 16”

Dry weight 1,627 lb.

Rear Rack capacity 200 lb.

Storage capacity 2.5 gal.

ROLLING CHASSIS

Frame Dual-Phase 980 steel tube

Suspension/wheel travel:

Front Dual A-arms & shocks w/ adj. IBP DSC/reb./

prel./22”

Rear Trailing arms & shocks w/ adj. IBP DSC/reb./

prel./24”

Brakes:

Front Twin-piston hydraulic/262mm discs

Rear Twin-piston hydraulic/248mm discs

Tires:

Front 30×9-14 Maxxis Bighorn 2.0

Rear 30×11-14 Maxxis Bighorn 2.0

DETAILS

DC outlet Auto-style waterproof plug

Lighting:

Front LED headlights

Rear LED tail/brake lights

Instrumentation Speedo/odo/tach/trip/hour/fuel/

gear position/diagnostics/clock

Colors Blue

Minimum recommended operator age 16

Suggested retail price $27,499

Contact www.can-am.brp.com, (877)4-MY-RIDE

See the new 2021 X3 with Smart-Shox here: https://utvactionmag.com/can-am-2021-x3-x-rs-turbo-rr-with-smart-shox/

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2022 Can-Am Maverick X3 Is the First Factory Side-By-Side to Offer 200 HP!

Can-Am rolls into 2022 with serious swagger.

It wasn't too long ago that producing 200 hp was from a truck or Jeep engine was a big deal. Now, Can-Am has announced that for the 2022 model year its Maverick X3 Turbo RR models will be the first UTV to crack the 200 hp mark. While not much of a leap for the company, as their 2021 Turbo RR models produced an already best-in-class 195 hp, being the first to hit the 200 hp mark sure brings a pile of bragging rights. It also took an impressive amount of engineering work for Can-Am to reach this milestone. The company's 900cc triple-cylinder Rotax ACE engine received upgraded pistons, a new turbocharger, an ultra-efficient and durable intercooler, and high-performance air filter to ensure those 200 hp would be reliable while running in the harshest of environments.

Can-Am also addressed one of our biggest complaints about the 2021 Maverick X3, not that there were many. When testing the 2021 model, we found that the clutch engagement was at times a bit jerky, and, well, unrefined. For the 2022 model year, Can-Am has re-engineered the clutch system for Maverick X3 Turbo RR models. These side-by-sides now utilized the company's new pDrive roller-clutch system and Quick Response System X (QRS-X) CVT. What this equates to in the real-world, at least according to Can-Am, is quicker acceleration and "instant-on" power at all times.

The company also addressed on of our other gripes from the 2021 model, which was tire choice. For 2022 Can-Am is offering new 30 and 32-inch Maxxis Carnivore tire options, while also increasing ground clearance. We still wish the company would put the larger 32-inch tire on the desert-oriented DS models, however. In terms of function, Can-Am has also strengthened the Maverick X3's frame in key areas and the revolutionary Fox Smart-Shox adaptive suspension continues on from the 2021 model year.

We can't wait to jump behind the wheel of the updated 2022 Can-Am Maverick X3. The company has addressed all our complaints about the 2021 model and added more power to boot. What was already lightning quick should now have even more punch off the line, and that has us beyond excited.

How To Speak Maverick

At first glance, the 2022 Can-Am Maverick family may look intimidating with so many different models, all with a crazy collection of letters behind the name. For example, the top-tier Maverick is the 2022 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS Turbo RR With Smart-Shox. So, let's break it all down so that you can make a better-informed decision when comparing models.

Can-Am - Side-by-side vehicle manufacturer

Maverick X3 - Can-Am's high-performance, built-for-anything, UTV

Max - Four seats

X - Exclusive package graphics, seats, suspension, etc.

RC - Rocks

RS - Dunes

DS - Desert

MR - Mud

Turbo - 120 hp

Turbo RR - 200 hp

Smart-Shox - Fox 3.0-inch internal bypass dampers that have on-the-fly electronic control of both compression and rebound.

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2021 can-am maverick x3 max xrs turbo rr ram trx drag race

What happens when you put together the most powerful factory side-by-side (Can-Am Maverick X3 Turbo RR) and the most powerful factory pickup truck (Ram TRX) against each other in a drag race off and on the pavement? What happens when you run both on an off-road track at IMI Motorsports? You get some surprisingly fast results! Let’s dig in.

This Can-Am Maverick X3 is one of the most capable specialty off-road machines out there. It has a very long name and the hardware to back it up. It is a MAX X RS Turbo RR. The “MAX” is a four-seater / four-door model. The Turbo RR is the most powerful engine option. The engine is a 900 cc three-cylinder ROTAX with enough turbocharged boost to produce a maximum of 195 horsepower.

Naturally, this Maverick X3 has a sophisticated 4WD system with an active front differential. It’s riding on adjustable FOX shocks with remote reservoirs and 30-inch tires that offer 22 inches of total suspension travel. This machine is built to devour some very tough terrain.

How can we measure its acceleration and suspension performance? Well, why not put it up against the new 2021 Ram TRX. The newest, the most-powerful, and one of the most advanced off-road pickup trucks currently available. The TRX is based on a Ram 1500 truck, but it has a unique frame, suspension, and engine to make it a quick and capable desert bruiser.

TRX is packing a supercharged 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 with an astounding 702 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque. It has a wider stance for longer suspension travel. It rides on Bilstein Blackhawk e2 active shocks and 35-inch all-terrain tires that combine for 13 inches of suspension up-and-down motion up front and 14 inches in the rear.

What about the power to weight ratios? This TRX weighs in at a massive 6,800 lbs with most luxury options and Mopar accessories included. This TRX has a 9.68 lbs/hp ratio. The four-seater Maverick X3 hits the scale at around 1,900 lbs. Thus Can-Am has a power to weight ratio of 9.74 lbs/hp. Yikes, these two are nearly identical in this measure.

On dirt, the Can-Am launches hard and gets good traction. It just puts you back in the seat. The TRX is no slouch either, but it’s a little more tricky to get great traction on dirt. The Maverick takes just a win by a slim margin, but you can tell the TRX an appetite for higher-end speed. If the track was much longer, the TRX is likely to cross the finish first.

The off-road loop is a fun comparison. No matter how good the TRX suspension is (at it’s arguably the best in a pickup truck), the Maverick is simply better. It’s much lighter, it has way more suspension travel, and it can go over big off-road obstacles with great speed. Frankly, both of these require a very skilled off-road driver to actually push them towards the limit. Nathan and I have the off-road experience, but we are not pro drivers. Still, the Maverick registers a much quicker lap time on dirt.

Finally, it’s time for the pavement 0-60 MPH and drag race. Here is where the TRX has a slight advantage. It’s a bit easier for the TRX to launch on the pavement. The Maverick launches well too, but its knobby tires are not meant for pavement traction. At a mile above sea level, the TRX finally registered a 4.73 sec 0-60 MPH. The best time I managed on the pavement was 4.94 sec 0-60 MPH.

Andre Smirnov

Andre Smirnov is an Automotive Enthusiast, Producer, Reviewer, Videographer, Writer, Software Engineer, Husband, Father, and Friend.

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  • Maverick X3 DS Turbo

    Starting at $19,999

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    THE BEST IS BETTER THAN EVER. High-performance at an MSRP that keeps our competitors up at night: the 2 or 4-seat 120 horsepower Maverick X3 DS Turbo thrills with next-generation go-anywhere.

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    Engine
    Engine displacement
    Type
    • 120 hp, Rotax ACE (Advanced Combustion Efficiency) 900 cc Turbocharged Triple-cylinder engine, liquid cooled and high-perfomance air filter
    Fuel Delivery System
    • Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC™) with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
    Transmission
    • Quick Response System X (QRS-X) CVT with high airflow, L / H / N / R / P
    Drive Train
    • Lockable front Differential with exclusive Smart-Lok * technology. True 4 modes traction system: 2WD / 4WD with front diff. lock / 4WD TRAIL ACTIV / 4WD TRAIL *Smart-Lok was developed in conjunction with TEAM Industries, a market leader in the drive train industry
    Power Steering
    • High torque Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS™)
    Front Tires
    • Maxxis Carnivore† 30 x 10 x 14 in.
    Rear Tires
    • Maxxis Carnivore† 30 x 10 x 14 in.
    Wheels
    Front
    • Dual 262 mm disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston calipers
    Rear
    • Dual 248 mm disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston calipers
    L x W x H
    • 132 x 64 x 65.4 in. (335.3 x 162.5 x 166.1 cm)
    Wheel Base
    Ground Clearance
    Chassis Cage
    Estimated Dry Weight*
    Rack Capacity
    • 200 lb (91 kg) with LinQ™ quick-attach
    Storage Capacity
    • Total: 2.5 gal (9.4 L) Glove box: 1.6 gal (6.2 L) Central console: 0.8 gal (2.8 L) Cup holders: 0.1 gal (0.4 L)
    Fuel Capacity
    Front Suspension
    • Double A-arm with sway bar / 22 in. (55.9 cm) travel
    Front Shocks
    • FOX† 2.5 PODIUM Piggyback with QS3† compression adjustment
    Rear Suspension
    • 4-link Torsional Trailing-arm X (TTX) with sway bar / 22 in (55.9 cm) travel
    Rear Shocks
    • FOX† 2.5 PODIUM Piggyback with QS3†compression adjustment and bottom-out control
    Gauge
    • 4.5 in. (11.4 cm) wide digital display with keypad: Speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trips and hour meters, fuel, gear position, SPORT / ECO™ mode, seat belt and 4 x 4 indicator, front and rear diff lock indicators, diagnostics, clock, battery voltage, engine temperature, DPS mode
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    Instrumentation
    • Lighter type DC Outlet in central console
    Anti Theft System
    • RF Digitally Encoded Security System (D.E.S.S.™) with Start/ Stop button
    Lighting
    • LED headlights and tail lights
    Winch
    Protection
    • Integrated front bumper, Quarter-doors, HMWPE full skid plate, Rear tow hook
    Factory
    • 6-month BRP Limited warranty
    Extended Service Terms
    • B.E.S.T. term available up to 30 months
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    RACE ONLY YOUR PULSE. New 64 in. DS Turbo RR is your blend of more standard features & improved suspension across all terrains.

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    Engine
    Engine displacement
    Type
    • 200 hp, Rotax ACE (Advanced Combustion Efficiency) 900 cc Turbocharged Triple-cylinder engine, liquid cooled with integrated intercooler and high-perfomance air filter
    Fuel Delivery System
    • Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC™) with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
    Transmission
    • PDrive primary and Quick Response System X (QRS-X) CVT with high airflow, L / H / N / R / P
    Drive Train
    • Lockable front Differential with exclusive Smart-Lok * technology. True 4 modes traction system: 2WD / 4WD with front diff. lock / 4WD TRAIL ACTIV / 4WD TRAIL *Smart-Lok was developed in conjunction with TEAM Industries, a market leader in the drive train industry
    Power Steering
    • High torque Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS™)
    Front Tires
    • Maxxis Carnivore† 30 x 10 x 14 in.
    Rear Tires
    • Maxxis Carnivore† 30 x 10 x 14 in.
    Wheels
    Front
    • Dual 262 mm disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston calipers
    Rear
    • Dual 248 mm disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston calipers
    L x W x H
    • 132 x 64 x 65.4 in. (335.3 x 162.5 x 166.1 cm)
    Wheel Base
    Ground Clearance
    Chassis Cage
    Estimated Dry Weight*
    Rack Capacity
    • 200 lb (91 kg) with LinQ™ quick-attach
    Storage Capacity
    • Total: 2.5 gal (9.4 L) Glove box: 1.6 gal (6.2 L) Central console: 0.8 gal (2.8 L) Cup holders: 0.1 gal (0.4 L)
    Fuel Capacity
    Front Suspension
    • Double A-arm with sway bar / 20 in. (50.8 cm) travel
    Front Shocks
    • FOX† 2.5 PODIUM Piggyback with QS3† compression adjustment
    Rear Suspension
    • 4-link Torsional Trailing-arm X (TTX) with sway bar / 20 in (50.8 cm) travel
    Rear Shocks
    • FOX† 2.5 PODIUM Piggyback with QS3†compression adjustment and bottom-out control
    Gauge
    • 4.5 in. (11.4 cm) wide digital display with keypad: Speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trips and hour meters, fuel, gear position, SPORT / ECO™ mode, seat belt and 4 x 4 indicator, front and rear diff lock indicators, diagnostics, clock, battery voltage, engine temperature, DPS mode
    Magneto
    Instrumentation
    • Lighter type DC Outlet in central console
    Anti Theft System
    • RF Digitally Encoded Security System (D.E.S.S.™) with Start/ Stop button
    Lighting
    • LED headlights and tail lights
    Winch
    Protection
    • Integrated front bumper, Quarter-doors, HMWPE full skid plate, Rear tow hook
    Factory
    • 6-month BRP Limited warranty
    Extended Service Terms
    • B.E.S.T. term available up to 30 months
    More options
  • Maverick X3 X ds TURBO RR

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    MAKE THE WORLD YOUR STAGE. Front and rear FOX shocks are serious hardware to help you harness all 200 horses on any terrain, anywhere—and do it all again tomorrow.

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    Engine
    Engine displacement
    Type
    • 200 hp, Rotax ACE (Advanced Combustion Efficiency) 900 cc Turbocharged Triple-cylinder engine, liquid cooled with integrated intercooler and high-perfomance air filter
    Fuel Delivery System
    • Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC™) with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
    Transmission
    • PDrive primary and Quick Response System X (QRS-X) CVT with high airflow, L / H / N / R / P
    Drive Train
    • PDrive primary and Quick Response System X (QRS-X) CVT with high airflow, L / H / N / R / P
    Power Steering
    • High torque Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS™)
    Front Tires
    • Maxxis Carnivore† 30 x 10 x 14 in.
    Rear Tires
    • Maxxis Carnivore† 30 x 10 x 14 in.
    Wheels
    • 14 in. cast-aluminum beadlock
    Front
    • Dual 262 mm disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston calipers
    Rear
    • Dual 248 mm disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston calipers
    L x W x H
    • 132 x 64 x 65.7 in. (335.3 x 162.5 x 166.9 cm)
    Wheel Base
    Ground Clearance
    Chassis Cage
    Estimated Dry Weight*
    Rack Capacity
    • 200 lb (91 kg) with LinQ™ quick-attach
    Storage Capacity
    • Total: 2.5 gal (9.4 L) Glove box: 1.6 gal (6.2 L) Central console: 0.8 gal (2.8 L) Cup holders: 0.1 gal (0.4 L)
    Fuel Capacity
    Front Suspension
    • Double A-arm with sway bar / 20 in. (50.8 cm) travel
    Front Shocks
    • FOX† 2.5 PODIUM RC2† Piggyback with dual speed compression and rebound adjustments
    Rear Suspension
    • 4-link Torsional Trailing-arm X (TTX) with sway bar / 20 in (50.8 cm) travel
    Rear Shocks
    • FOX† 2.5 PODIUM RC2† Piggyback with dual speed compression, rebound adjustments and bottom-out control
    Gauge
    • 7.6 in. (19.3 cm) wide digital display with keypad: Speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trips and hour meters, fuel, gear position, SPORT / ECO modes, seat belt and 4 x4 indicator, front and rear diff lock indicators, diagnostics, clock, battery voltage, engine temperature, DPS mode
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    Instrumentation
    • Lighter type DC Outlet in central console
    Anti Theft System
    • RF Digitally Encoded Security System (D.E.S.S.™) with Start/ Stop button
    Lighting
    • LED headlights and tail lights with unique Can-Am LED signature
    Winch
    Protection
    • Integrated front bumper, Quarter-doors, HMWPE full skid plate, Rear tow hook
    Factory
    • 6-month BRP Limited warranty
    Extended Service Terms
    • B.E.S.T. term available up to 30 months
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    • 200 hp, Rotax ACE (Advanced Combustion Efficiency) 900 cc Turbocharged Triple-cylinder engine, liquid cooled with integrated intercooler and high-perfomance air filter
    Fuel Delivery System
    • Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC™) with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
    Transmission
    • PDrive primary and Quick Response System X (QRS-X) CVT with high airflow, L / H / N / R / P
    Drive Train
    • Lockable front Differential with exclusive Smart-Lok * technology. True 4 modes traction system: 2WD / 4WD with front diff. lock / 4WD TRAIL ACTIV / 4WD TRAIL *Smart-Lok was developed in conjunction with TEAM Industries, a market leader in the drive train industry
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    • High torque Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS™)
    Front Tires
    • Maxxis Carnivore† 30 x 10 x 14 in.
    Rear Tires
    • Maxxis Carnivore† 30 x 10 x 14 in.
    Wheels
    Front
    • Dual 262 mm disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston calipers
    Rear
    • Dual 248 mm disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston calipers
    L x W x H
    • 132 x 72.4 x 68.5 in. (335.3 x 183.9 x 174 cm)
    Wheel Base
    Ground Clearance
    Chassis Cage
    Estimated Dry Weight*
    Rack Capacity
    • 200 lb (91 kg) with LinQ™ quick-attach
    Storage Capacity
    • Total: 2.5 gal (9.4 L) Glove box: 1.6 gal (6.2 L) Central console: 0.8 gal (2.8 L) Cup holders: 0.1 gal (0.4 L)
    Fuel Capacity
    Front Suspension
    • Double A-arm with sway bar / 22 in. (55.9 cm) travel / Trophy truck inspired arms
    Front Shocks
    • FOX† 2.5 PODIUM Piggyback with QS3† compression adjustment
    Rear Suspension
    • 4-link Torsional Trailing-arm X (TTX) with sway bar / 22 in (55.9 cm) travel
    Rear Shocks
    • FOX† 2.5 PODIUM Piggyback with QS3†compression adjustment and bottom-out control
    Gauge
    • 4.5 in. (11.4 cm) wide digital display with keypad: Speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trips and hour meters, fuel, gear position, SPORT / ECO™ mode, seat belt and 4 x 4 indicator, front and rear diff lock indicators, diagnostics, clock, battery voltage, engine temperature, DPS mode
    Magneto
    Instrumentation
    • Lighter type DC Outlet in central console
    Anti Theft System
    • RF Digitally Encoded Security System (D.E.S.S.™) with Start/ Stop button
    Lighting
    • LED headlights and tail lights
    Winch
    Protection
    • Integrated front bumper, Quarter-doors, HMWPE full skid plate, Rear tow hook
    Factory
    • 6-month BRP Limited warranty
    Extended Service Terms
    • B.E.S.T. term available up to 30 months
    More options
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First Ride: 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS Turbo RR With Smart-Shox

The Apex Predator of The Side-by-Side World

Introduced in mid-2020, the 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS Turbo RR with Smart-Shox technology is not only a mouthful but also Can-Am's newest top-of-the-line side-by-side. When the kind folks at Can-Am reached out and asked if we'd like to spend some quality time with one of these awesome machines, we hastily said yes and proceeded to embark on what would prove to be some of the most exhilarating off-roading we'd ever done.

Wait, What Are You Driving?

Can-Am is no stranger to the UTV game. The company, headquartered in Canada, introduced its first side-by-side, the Commander, in 2010. In 2013 the company launched the Maverick. The Can-Am Maverick 1000R was designed to be a pure-sport UTV and would go head-to-head with the popular Polaris RZR XP 1000. At the time, the Maverick 1000R boasted the most horsepower in the class, 101, from a 976cc twin-cylinder Rotax engine. A year later, in 2014, Can-Am introduced the first factory turbocharged UTV, which produced 121 hp. Fast-forward to today, and Can-Am arguably dominates the pure-sport UTV market with its Maverick X3 Max X RS Turbo RR, a wild four-seat UTV with 22 inches of suspension travel and a three-cylinder engine that churns out a blistering 195 horsepower.

Before we get too deep down the rabbit hole, let's break down what that mouthful of acronyms means. Starting at the front, the most obvious is the year and manufacturer, the 2021 Can-Am. The Maverick X3 is the vehicle model, as Can-Am produces a full line of side-by-sides that include the Defender, Commander, Maverick Sport and Maverick Trail in addition to the X3. Max designates that the machine is a four-seater, X is a trim package, and the RS designates a 72-inch track width (versus a 64-inch track). All of the Maverick X3 side-by-sides are turbocharged. They range from a base output of 120 hp, to 172 hp for Turbo R models, and finally 195 hp for Turbo RR models. Finally, Smart-Shox is the name used by Fox for the electronically adjustable damper technology used on the Maverick X3. Now that we're all a little smarter, we'll just call it the Maverick X3 from here on out.

First Impression It's Long and Wide

There's no way around it the Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS is big. The vehicle has a 135-inch wheelbase and is 165 inches long. Track width of the RS models is 72 inches (DS models have a 64-inch track width), and the vehicle is 72.7 inches wide at the widest point. To put this in perspective, the wheelbase and track width are about 10 inches greater than a current midsize pickup. Despite being physically large, the vehicle carries a dry curb weight of just 1,877 pounds (which is about 100 pounds less than the Maverick X3's main competitor).

Engine Power and Performance

Much like the early days, Can-Am still retains the title of the most powerful UTV on the market. The Maverick X3 lineup is offered in three different power levels: Turbo models produce 120 hp, Turbo R models produce 172 hp, and Turbo RR models produce 195 hp. All utilize a three-cylinder, 900cc, turbocharged Rotax ACE (Advanced Combustion Efficiency) engine. The engine is as modern as they come, with fuel injection and intelligent throttle mapping. Turbo RR models feature upgraded pistons, a larger turbocharger, and an ultra-efficient intercooler.

The 2021 Maverick X3 uses Can-Am's latest Quick Response System X (QRS-X) CVT technology with high airflow. Why is airflow important? Keeping the CVT clutch and belt system cool is necessary for a long and happy life under the extreme conditions (horsepower and terrain) that the Maverick X3 subjects it to. New for 2021, Can-Am has improved the acoustics on the air intake for the CVT to be, well, less obnoxious (the intake is located behind the rear seat headrests).

Fox Smart Shox Suspension

The new hotness for 2021 is the Fox Smart Shox suspension. Available on the highest trim of two- and four-seat Maverick X3 UTVs, the Fox Smart Shox is a semi-active suspension system that utilizes an onboard computer, sensors on each of the four corners, and fast-acting adjusters within the dampers. Internally, the system works by replacing the standard shock piston with one with an electronically activated valve (called a DDA valve, for dynamic damping adjustment) that can act independently on either the rebound or compression circuits. The patented technology is quite advanced, and quite frankly this is the simplest way to describe how it functions.

The Fox Smart Shox system is the only one on the market currently with the ability to adjust both compression and rebound on the fly. By adding the ability to adjust shock rebound, the suspension can adjust to help keep the body flat during hard cornering or braking by manipulating rebound damping in the opposing shocks to minimize the effects of negative weight transfer. Again, super simplified.

When compared to the dual-speed compression and low-speed rebound manual adjustment "clickers" used on the standard Fox internal bypass shocks, the Smart Shox system has a touch less compression adjustability, but rebound adjustability is increased by almost five times. Impressively, the system can react and make damping adjustments in as little as 17 milliseconds. The system adds just $1,700 to the cost of the Maverick X3, and we'd say it's well worth the cost of admission.

So, How Does It Drive?

If there's one word that best describes how it feels to drive the 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS Turbo RR with Smart Shox technology, it would be "unbelievable." We have decades of experience driving all sorts of off-road and desert racing vehicles, and the Maverick X3 simply blew us away.

Since we got the Maverick X3 with zero miles on the odometer, we spent our first trip out driving in Eco mode and working hard to get the car broken in according to the owner's manual. We managed to beg a little more time with the Maverick X3, which allowed us to hit the desert for an epic six-day trip with the Can-Am. We were able to get people in the car that own models from Can-Am's closest competitor. We had a seasoned off-road racer drive the car. We took a 5-year-old girl and her friends for rides. We took our parents for rides. And we even got a couple people in it on their first trip to the desert. The eclectic group allowed us to form what we feel is a very qualified opinion of the vehicle.

First and foremost, The X3 is lightning fast. It's quicker off the line than just about anything else in the desert. It smoked the competitive UTVs we had it out with in straight-line speed and impressed everyone who rode in or drove it. In the drive modes, Eco mode was quick, and Sport mode was ludicrous. Most impressive was how quickly the power came on once the throttle was applied. There was absolutely no turbo lag at all, with the power delivery feeling like a switch was flipped.

The suspension was very impressive, as well. A dash-mounted switch toggled between Comfort, Sport, and Sport+ modes, with Sport+ being the firmest. We found that for the type of driving we were doing it was best to leave it in Sport+ for the majority of driving. The Maverick X3 soaked up big and small bumps with ease, tracked extremely flat in turns, and even allowed for confident drifting. We were able to push hard through moderately sized whoops for miles with no sign of shock fade. And with careful driving we were able to run through some of the tougher off-road race courses in Southern California.

That said, Maverick X3 had one major drawback, which was a lack of ground clearance. On paper the Can-Am Maverick X3 and its closest competitor both have 16 inches of ground clearance. In reality, the Maverick X3 has nearly half a foot less useable ground clearance. When parked side by side, it becomes painfully obvious that one sits quite a bit taller than the other. The competition also comes with 32-inch tires, versus the Maverick X3's 30-inch tires (for Turbo RR models, such as ours). What this meant was we were hitting the ground with the bottom of the chassis very often. The ground clearance detriment really became obvious while trying to keep up with a competitive UTV through rutted and rocky trails. The competitor walked away from us because we often had to slow down so as to not damage the car. This got really bad when we loaded up four (large) adult men in the Can-Am and headed out for a ride. With the payload maxed out, the Maverick X3 acted more like a road grader than an off-road racer. It was actually quite painful at times. Thankfully, this could be solved with a little taller tire and a touch more preload in the springs.

The interior of the Maverick X3 was quite comfortable, much more than the competitive car we were hanging out with. From the seats to the belts and shoulder- and legroom the Can-Am beats everything. We liked the information given on the gauge cluster but wish there was an option for a GPS system like some others in the market offer. And while the glove box had an OK amount of storage space and there was a lighter-style 12-volt outlet, we wish there was a tad more storage and maybe a USB port or two (which would be more useful than the old 12-volt plug style). We made use of the cupholders on several occasions (people look at you funny in the Arby's drive-through) and never had an issue mobbing through the desert with a large Dr. Pepper. That alone is a testament to the suspension tuning.

We did have two minor issues during our time with the Can-Am. We had a recuring suspension fault light turn on. The times it happened, oddly, were when we were driving on flat ground. It never seemed to affect anything and always reset with a key cycle. If the car were ours, we'd take it back to the dealer to have that scanned, as it's likely just a programming issue. The second one was even smaller, but by the end of our time with the Can-Am we could feel the clutch/belt starting to slip. Internet forums suggest these cars sometimes need belts as soon as 300 miles, but without keeping it longer we aren't completely sure what condition the belt was actually in after 230 miles. We also had a pebble get lodged in the suspension mode selector switch, which was annoying, but we fixed it quick by popping the switch cover off.

Final Thoughts

When we first headed out with the 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS Turbo RR um, let's just call it the ultimate fun machine we thought we had an idea of what we were in for. After more than 200 miles of off-road fun, it turns out we had no idea. The car is extremely fast, the suspension is beyond amazing, and it's all-around comfortable. We have our reservations about the cost, as this model starts at a stroke-inducing $32,099. For that same cost you can buy a nice used Ford F-150 Raptor, but by that same token the Can-Am is far faster off-road, so it all comes down to priorities. If you like going really fast, this might actually be the least expensive way to get your thrill on.

We still think the car is far too low, and we spent too much time swatting what seemed like boulders out of the windshield (taking a rock to the face would be a quick way to need a new helmet) after digging the skidplates into the ground. But we figure that's an easy fix.

It was very tough to say goodbye. We really wish we could have kept it longer, and at this point we're pretty certain that one of these will find its way into our stable at some point in the future. It really is just that much fun.

The 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max has a rear differential that is always locked. The drivetrain can be placed in either two- or four-wheel drive, and it has the ability to lock the front differential, as well. This makes crawling up steep and rocky terrain a breeze.

The 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max is long. With a 135-inch wheelbase and 72-inch track width, the Maverick is 10 inches longer and wider than a 2021 Ford Ranger Super Crew.

With 16 inches of ground clearance the Can-Am Maverick X3 Max doubles that of nearly all four-wheel-drive pickups on the market. Even still, we found ourselves scraping the belly pan on the trail far too often.

Surprisingly, the Can-Am Maverick X3 Max has a dry curb weight of just 1,877 pounds. That means in RR trim, with 195 hp, even with full fluids the vehicle has a power-to-weight ratio of nearly 200 hp per ton. This is better than a 450-hp 2020 Ford F-150 Raptor, which is pretty crazy when you think of it that way.

With a low and wide stance, the Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS has a menacing presence wherever it goes. These vehicles are quite popular, as we encountered dozens more just like it during our time in the desert.

We had very few complaints during our time with the 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3. However, one of them was a gripe about attention to detail during assembly either at the plant or at the receiving dealer. We found several plastic trim pieces with screws either missing or loose. And then there was this interesting gem the unit we had was definitely (confirmed via VIN on the title) a Turbo RR model; however, the hood sported a Turbo R sticker. Did we get the wrong sticker from the factory? Did someone at the dealer swap hoods? The world may never know.

It's a bit tough to see, but the fuel filler for the Can-Am Maverick X3 is located behind this trim panel just forward of the passenger door. This is noteworthy for the simple fact that if you're towing the Maverick with a pickup and happen to load it forward onto the trailer, the fuel filler is opposite that of the pickup. A small inconvenience, but it meant we needed to reposition after filling the truck to top off the Maverick. It's also worth noting that the Maverick holds 10.5 gallons and requires premium fuel.

While the front shock reservoirs are mounted piggyback style underneath the shocks, the rear reservoirs our attached to the rear of the roll cage.

We found the interior of the Can-Am Maverick X3 Max to be incredibly comfortable. Unlike its closest competitor, the Maverick had plenty of room for four adults to ride without feeling like they were touching shoulders or sitting in each other's laps. All four seats are adjustable, making it easy for people of any stature to get comfortable and allow shorter folks to reach the grab handles.

The seatbelts in the Can-Am Maverick X3 were another interesting conversation piece. While the lap belts adjust like a typical four-point race harness, the shoulder belts are retractable much like standard automotive belts. This allowed for the lap belts to be tightened low and snug across a person's lap without worrying about then adjusting the shoulder belts. We noticed that this style belt was not only far more comfortable than a traditional four-point harness, it also allowed the lap belt to remain tight more consistently (we had noticed a competitors four-point harnesses loosening up during long rides).

The 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS front suspension features "Trophy Truck inspired" control arms with 22 inches of suspension travel. Front shocks are Fox Podium 2.5-inch dampers. These shocks are internally bypassed and feature the new Smart-Shox technology.

Similar to the front, the rear shocks are larger 3.0-inch Fox Podium dampers. These are also internal bypass shocks and feature the new Smart-Shox technology.

Wheel travel for the rear also matches the front at 22 inches. Other models of X3 range from 20 to 24 inches of wheel travel, depending on setup.

Continuing the "Trophy Truck inspired" suspension theme, the Maverick X3's rear trailing arms resemble a much scaled-down version of that found on the premier racing class trucks. We don't have a good answer for preventing it, but after just a couple hundred miles the coating on the trailing arms had been all but sandblasted off.

The Fox shocks receive a signal from an onboard computer that is used to adjust compression and rebound through a wire that attaches on the bottom of each damper. While the wire is decently protected, we have our doubts about longevity over many thousands of miles of use.

Mounted off the front control arms are suspension position sensors. These sensors are used by the onboard computer to adjust the Fox shocks to the current terrain and driving style.

The same is true for the rear, with the suspension position sensors mounted to the trailing arms near the sway bar.

The 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max comes fitted with a rather large rear anti-sway bar. We found this to be a great addition that really helped to minimize felt body roll from the large vehicle. The Maverick was always very planted going through fast corners and never felt top-heavy.

The front shock tower is a work of art, and we love how Can-Am chose to show it off through the bodywork. From this angle you can see the piggyback reservoirs of the Fox shocks hanging below the dampers, and you'll notice how easy it is to adjust front spring preload.

One of the great things about the Can-Am Maverick X3 Max is its completely flat belly. Flat plastic skidplates run from the rear of the front suspension all the way to the rear of the vehicle. The front and rear suspension are both high-clearance, as well, and the only hard part that hangs below the plastic is a small steel tube at the very front that protects the front differential from damage.

It's difficult to see without removing the bulk of rear bodywork, but the 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 is powered by a 900cc three-cylinder turbocharged Rotax engine. This engine is electronically fuel injected and features an intelligent electronic throttle. Complete with an integrated intercooler, when optioned in RR spec this engine pumps out a blistering 195 hp.

With almost 200 hp on tap, keeping everything cool is of extreme importance. The main engine radiator is located at the rear of the vehicle with a scoop fitted between the rear seats.

Behind the grille is where more coolers are found, including an oil cooler. These coolers feature electric fans for additional cooling ability.

The air intake scoop that feeds both the engine airbox and provides cooling for the clutch and belt assembly is located behind the rear-seat headrests. Doing this allows the engine to ingest the cleanest air possible in the harsh environments these side-by-sides operate in.

During our time with the 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 we managed to log just shy of 230 miles of hard off-road driving. And in spite of a claimed, electronically limited top speed of 85 mph, we managed to log a top speed of 88 mph with more left to give on dirt in four-wheel drive. Yeah, it's fast.

All of the different electronic functions of this particular Can-Am Maverick X3 are controlled by this dash-mounted switch panel. The four-way switch on the left is used to toggle between Eco and Sport drive modes, select from the three different levels of power steering assist, view the trip meter, and adjust other dash settings. On the right, three toggle switches are used to engage four-wheel drive (and the front locking differential), activate the Active Trail mode, and switch between the three suspension settings (Comfort, Sport, and Sport+).

One of the few gripes we had with the 2021 Can-Am Maverick involved the company's choice of tire. While there's nothing wrong with the 30-inch Maxxis Bighorn tires that came fitted on the vehicle, we really wish they would have opted for a more desert-oriented tire (such as the Toyo Open Country SxS) in a slightly larger size (like the 32-inch size Can-Am fits to it's "rock-crawling" models).

Source:
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www.can-am.brp.com

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