There are many improvements on the new 2016 Can Am Maverick Turbo. Canadian company put a lot of effort to make it better. Performance is improved, as well as design and durability. Ride is smooth. All these qualities are making Maverick Turbo more expensive. Base price of the machine is $20,500 and it goes higher with more options. However, there is 4-seater with extra features. If riders want more excitement, then they should pay $25,200 for its pleasure.
2016 Can Am Maverick Turbo specs
New 2016 Can Am Maverick Turbo, both as two- or 4-seater uses the same engine. It is 976 cc unit with turbocharger and liquid cooling system. This V-twin drivetrain comes from Rotax, and it can make 131 hp. Additionally, there are integrated intercooler high-performance air filter by Donaldson. Can Am product is packed with fuel delivery system. It is consisted of electronic fuel injection integrated into intelligent throttle control. Transmission mated to engine is CVT with QRS (quick-response system). It distributes power to front wheels of 2016 Maverick Turbo, or 4 wheels optionally. The 4WD offers auto-locking front differential.
2016 Can Am Maverick Turbo features
New UTV comes with Bimini roof. It also offers sun visor and sport aluminum doors. Opening and entering is now easier than before. On the performance end, there is 3-mode power steering installed on the 2016 Can Am Maverick Turbo. Overall towing capacity for UTV is 5,000 pounds, which is almost incredible. However, utility machine is not taking effects on the fuel economy. This is mainly possible because of the high capacity injectors. These features are making optimal mixture of fuel and air for best performance-to-fuel economy ratio.
2016 Can Am Maverick Turbo suspension
Highlight of the 2016 Can Am Maverick Turbo is suspension system. This side-by-sides vehicle offers high-performance shocks, which are provided from Fox 2.5 podium RC2. Tuning improved with infinite preload and dual rate spring. Also, damping force is increased with larger bore. Rear suspension shocks have bottom-out control for less compression damping. However, traction is better with this feature and big obstacles can be solved easily. Finally, help comes from special and unique 28-inches Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 wheels.
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