Can-Am has announced updates to the 2022 Maverick X3, and the biggest is that the machine now boasts 200 hp. That makes it the most powerful production sport side-by-side on the market, and the company threw a host of updates at the machine to help it handle the extra grunt.... read more ›
Meet the king of side-by-side engines, the precision-engineered, industry-leading triple-cylinder Rotax ACE engine. Its 172 horsepower at 7,250 RPM and 124 lb-ft of torque at 6,500 RPM give searing speed, no matter the terrain. Tell your friends: 0-60 MPH in just 4.4 seconds*.... see more ›
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.... see details ›
With turbocharged machines this fast, objects in the mirror are farther than they appear. From 200 hp to advanced airflow dynamics, this changes the game on sand, mud, and rock. Anywhere you roam, the Maverick X3 lineup is tougher, faster and more agile than ever.... see more ›
|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)|
2022 Can-Am Maverick X3 X DS Turbo RR • $26,599
MAKE THE WORLD YOUR STAGE.... see details ›
The Can-Am Commander 1000's top speed is about 75 MPH. This number will be affected by the weight of your cargo and passengers, the altitude you ride at, the current weather conditions, and accessories on your vehicle. Your mileage (per hour) can and will vary.... read more ›
While both machines use 30-inch-tall tires, the X3 has a few more inches of ground clearance at ride height. The Pro XP needs 32-inch tires to cure its rear-end bottoming problem. At slower speeds and in bumpy or technical terrain, the RZR easily outshined the X3.... read more ›
The RZR XP 4 1000 power is leading this class of machine with the most powerful engine offered in a 4 passenger side x side. With 107 HP it has the fastest acceleration of any UTV side by side.... continue reading ›
This is not exclusive to side-by-sides, however. It applies to all "off-road machinery", including four-wheelers, UTVs, and off-course golf carts. One would find it strange that motorcycles can be street legal, yet something like the Can-Am Maverick (which feels perfectly safe at speeds in excess of 75mph) cannot.... read more ›
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.... see more ›
Our 0-60 times went from 4.57 seconds in a distance of 237.7ft to 3.99 seconds in a distance of 200.72ft.... continue reading ›
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.... continue reading ›
Any rig wearing RC is designed for Rock Crawling. Again, we get specialized tires and a suspension tune to match. DS. All DS models are desert and trail oriented. Long suspension mated to slightly smaller tires on the standard 64-inch track width.... see more ›
- Estimated Dry Weight: 1,810 lb (821 kg)
- Chassis/Cage: Dual-phase 980 steel.
- L x W x H: 164 x 64 x 65.8 in. ( ...
- Wheelbase: 135 in. ( ...
- Ground Clearance: 13 in. ( ...
- Rack Capacity: 150 lb (68 kg) with LinQ™ quick-attach.
- Storage Capacity - Total: 3 gal (11.4 L)
- Storage Capacity - Glove box: 1.6 gal (6.2 L)
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.... continue reading ›
2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 X RS Turbo RR • $27,599.... see more ›
2022 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS Turbo RR with Smart-Shox • $34,299.... continue reading ›
Simply put, the Can-Am is superior to the other vehicle in terms of its performance at higher speeds, which makes it the more rapid of the two. The Polaris, on the other hand, is more of an authentic all-terrain vehicle.... continue reading ›
|Engine displacement||700 1000|
|Type||700: 52 hp / 41 lb-ft, Rotax® ACE (Advanced Combustion Efficiency) 650 cc single cylinder, liquid cooled 1000: 75 hp, Rotax® 976 cc, V-twin, liquid cooled|
|Fuel Delivery System||Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC™) with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)|
- IDENTIFICATION. Type. Sport Utility. ...
- ENGINE. Displacement (cc) 976. ...
- TRANSMISSION. Transmission Type. Continuously Variable (CVT) ...
- DRIVELINE. Driveline Type. Selectable 4X2 / 4X4. ...
- BRAKES. Front Brakes. ...
- TIRES. Front Tire(s) ...
- SPECIFICATIONS. Wheelbase (in / mm) ...
- FEATURES. Halogen Headlight(s)
You can easily hit 68 mph in a 2015 Commander 1000XT, and the 2016 1000XT can reach 71 without breaking a sweat -- both are limited to 72 mph by the ECU.... view details ›
Both are amazing sport machines, but the Commander posseses much more utitility-oriented features, like its two-part bed, higher towing capacity, and larger cargo box. The RZR still handles very well with a full ice chest and 5-gallon gas can in the bed, but that's about all that will fit in its smaller cargo box.... continue reading ›
The General is designed better and the Commander is built better. When you're sitting in the Commander's cab, you can feel the craftsmanship that makes it a premium ride. From the seats, to the dash, you'll notice the difference when you switch over to a General's cab.... view details ›
The 2022 Polaris RZR Pro R Ultimate Dynamix is one of the fastest production UTVs you can purchase today, with its new 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine pushing out 225 hp. And, thanks to the upgraded 3.0 Fox Live Valve shocks, the R model has 22.5 inches of front travel and 24.5 inches of rear travel.... see more ›
Polaris Recalls Some Model Year 2020-2021 RZR PRO XP and Model Year 2021 RZR XP Turbo and RZR Turbo S models. Polaris determined that under certain operating conditions some 2020-2021 RZR PRO XP and 2021 RZR XP Turbo and Turbo S models (2 or 4-seat vehicles) may have an increased risk of primary (drive) clutch failure.... continue reading ›
- 2.0 Liters—225 HP. The 2.0-liter engine is huge. ...
- DYNAMIX DV Active Suspension. ...
- Stronger Suspension and Frame. ...
- RZR Pro R Performance and Speed. ...
- Starting at $31,999. ...
- Polaris RZR Pro R Specs.
RZR Pro R features the most powerful engine ever put into a stock side-by-side—a naturally aspirated 2.0L, four-cylinder motor that puts out 225 horsepower—making it far and away the new leader in off-road power.... continue reading ›
Just when you thought the UTV market couldn't get any wilder, Polaris drops its all-new 2022 RZR Pro R model. This new side-by-side is the most powerful, strongest, and most technologically advanced Polaris has ever produced. The UTV's track width is 74 inches, which is the widest Polaris UTV yet.... see more ›
Daily Driving a Can-Am Maverick X DS Turbo - YouTube... view details ›
But before you write off the X3, ponder this: It usually averages 12 to 16 miles per gallon, depending on how much you like to step on the gas. With just a little more than ten gallons in the tank, you can see 100 miles of backcountry and still have enough gas to tow the vehicle to local trails.... read more ›
Where Can You Ride a Can-Am On-Road Vehicle? - YouTube... continue reading ›
Are Can-Am Rykers Fast? The Can-Am Ryker's top speed is 165km/h or 102 MPH and owners claim they can clear 0-60 MPH in less than 6 seconds.... read more ›
- Radius Rods.
- Radius Rod Plate.
- Door Handels.
- Rear Knuckles.
- Front Knuckles.
- Shock Tower Braces.
- Alternator Kit.
- Transmission Seal Guard.
|MSRP:||Starting at $25,299|
|Length:||133.0 in. (64) / 132.3 in (72) / 165.0 in. (4-seat)|
|Width:||66.7 in. (64) / 74.2 in. (72, Max)|
|Height:||66.1 (64) / 68.0 in. (72, Max)|
|Wheelbase:||102.0 in. (2-seat) / 135.0 in. (4-seat)|
The X3 X ds Turbo R has 20 inches of front and rear travel using Fox 2.5 QS3 shocks that offer easy compression damping adjustments without tools. With the longest wheelbase in its class, the X3 is super stable at higher speeds, and yet it's agile on tighter trails. Top speed is around 80 mph in open desert.... see details ›
|MSRP:||Starting prices range from $24,799–$31,299|
|Bore x Stroke:||N/A|
|Transmission:||PDrive primary and Quick Response System X CVT w/ high airflow, high/low range, reverse; parking|
|Claimed Horsepower:||200 hp|
Now there is the new 2020 Can-Am Maverick X3 Turbo. In 2018 Can-Am started selling a lower-priced non-intercooled model simply called the X3 Turbo. That put it at 120 horsepower instead of the 172 ponies for the intercooled version. Now, Can-Am has the RR versions with a whopping 195 horsepower.... see more ›
Accordingly, Can-Am's vehicles are powered by Rotax engines. The Defender, Can-Am's latest and greatest offering, sports a Rotax that requires no break-in maintenance. Fun fact: Rotax is due to celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2020. They know engines.... see details ›
Speaking of power, Can-Am is introducing two new Rotax engines to its lineup – the HD7/700 ACE and the HD9, replacing the HD5, HD8, and 800. The Rotax HD7 is set to become the new ruler of the lower-HP class.... read more ›
The Packard Performance Big Turbo Kit for Can-Am Maverick X3 (w/ Power Vision Tuner) (2017-2019) is a 100% bolt-on and your Can-Am is a perfect candidate for some bolt-on big hp gains. From our experience, we have found the X3 OEM engine to be a well built and reliable platform from the factory.... see details ›
There are monetary and weight costs to the X rc package. Compared to the X rs, there is a $2,100 retail price difference, and the extra accessories impose a 184-pound weight penalty as well. Even though that price is near the top of current UTV prices, it is a good value.... see details ›
DPS Maverick X3 explained - YouTube... continue reading ›
- All Types.
- Defender Max.
- Maverick Sport.
- Maverick Trail.
- Maverick X3.
|MSRP:||Starting at $19,999|
|Claimed Horsepower:||120 hp|
|Fuel System:||Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC) w/ EFI|
|Steering:||High-torque Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS)|
200 Horsepower Rotax ACE Turbo RR engine
The most powerful side-by-side engine available anywhere, with maximum reliability and performance. Upgraded pistons, a larger turbocharger, ultra-efficient and durable intercooler and high performance air filter will propel you to the front of any pack.... continue reading ›
|Ground Clearance:||15.5 in.|
As such, horsepower under 200 can be quite good. This level is sufficient for drivers who don't actively seek road thrills. Compact and subcompact family vehicles in this range are more likely to be quieter at higher RPM, which can be vital for sleeping passengers.... read more ›
Typically, you can expect the average car horsepower to fall between 180 and 200 horsepower in a mainstream car. However, larger and more luxurious vehicles, like an SUV or performance sedan, will often have a base-level engine that exceeds 300 horsepower.... view details ›
Horsepower refers to the power an engine produces. It's calculated through the power needed to move 550 pounds one foot in one second or by the power needs to move 33,000 pounds one foot in one minute. The power is gauged by the rate it takes to do the work.... view details ›
It has a small engine that can move a curb weight of 2300 lbs to a top speed of 140 mph.... read more ›
But the perfect amount of horsepower, in any car, is right near 500. Let me explain. First, 500 is nice and round, halfway between zero (a terrible amount) and 1,000 (way too much).... see details ›
|Koenigsegg Agera RS/One:1||2014||1,000 kW (1,341 hp; 1,360 PS)|
|NIO EP9||2016||1,000 kW (1,341 hp; 1,360 PS)|
|SSC Ultimate Aero TT||2009||960 kW (1,287 hp; 1,305 PS)|
|Czinger 21C||2021||930 kW; 1,270 PS (1,250 hp)|
A 1-horsepower engine couldn't maintain more than 20 or 30 mph in a normal car, and you could never turn on the headlights or the air conditioning. The other problem is acceleration. The bigger the engine, the faster you can accelerate from zero to 60mph.... read more ›
It's not just the 3.1 seconds we expect the 599GTO will take to get to 60 mph—the Lambo sits as the quickest 600-hp car because this Ferrari's time is an estimate—or the 208-mph top speed; it's the feeling and sound the car generates at every turn of the wheel and each firing of every cylinder.... read more ›
But for car enthusiasts looking for power and acceleration, horsepower is one of the magic numbers. Whether 400 hp is a lot depends entirely on the type of car. For a supercar, it isn't much, but for a family sedan, it's more than you'd need. However, for sports and luxury cars, 400 is a solid amount.... read more ›
Calculating the Power of a Single Horse
Each horse pushed with a force that Watt estimated at 180 pounds. From this, Watt calculated that one horsepower was equivalent to one horse doing 33,000 foot-pounds of work in one minute.... continue reading ›
Cars with power ratings above 300 horsepower will usually be serious performance vehicles, and modern supercars will have more than 500 horsepower.... read more ›
Well, if you just want to go fast and hit 140 mph, then horsepower would be more effective for you. However, if you want a strong car that can pull boulders and take off quickly, a high torque might be more important to you. In short, torque makes your vehicle quick. Horsepower makes it fast.... see details ›