As usual, Can-Am offers a wide range of vehicles for 2021. Valcourt’s new flagship is the Maverick X3 X-RS with the new SMART-SHOX suspension. This system allows the computer to adjust both compression and rebound in just 0.017 seconds. This keeps the vehicle’s attitude horizontal, minimizing roll and improving stability.
The other big change in the Can-Am quad fleet, and one that has been expected for the past few years, is the complete redesign of the legendary Commander. Can-Am has gone all out to offer a complete sport-utility ATV that doesn’t compromise in either recreational or work mode. There are many similarities with the Maverick line, such as the identical cab. It is often said: Why redo what is well done?
In the Defender line, dedicated to work, Can-Am launches the 6×6 XT HD10 model. This model is made for the hardest work with its 6 wheels and its 6 feet box. It can tow up to 3000lbs. The Defender is available in several configurations and with a wide range of equipment adapted to our needs. We can have it in a 4 seat version, with or without a cabin, in a mud version or in a PRO version. The latter is a 2-seater, but with a 6′ x 4.5′ box.
For the rest of the VCC range. We have the choice of different configurations for the Maverick Sport or the Maverick Trail. The Trail, as the name suggests, is designed for trails. It is 50 inches wide and available in 2 configurations; it allows you to have the comfort of a CCV with the width of an ATV. The Sport is wider and available in 6 configurations which gives us the choice of versions designed for rock, performance or mud. It is even available in a 4-seater version.