The new 2014 Can-Am Maverick 1000R X xc DPS vehicle is inspired by the proven Renegade X xc platform. The all-new X-package Maverick includes a narrowing kit (60-inch width), tri-mode DPS, Visco-Lok QE and FOX 2.0 Podium X Performance shocks with 12 inches of travel for precision control in tighter woods and trails. Utilizing feedback from Can-Am Maverick side-by-side racers who compete in the Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) series, the 1000R X xc is built to perform and also includes X-package graphics, seat trim, brushed-aluminum steering wheel, rock sliders, color-match beadlock wheels and the new gauge assembly.
Tri-mode Dynamic Power Steering and Visco-Lok QE on Maverick
The Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS) system is now available on certain Maverick 1000R two-seat and MAX vehicles. The all-new Maverick 1000R X rs DPS package includes both features for even more precision handling. The all-new trail-friendly Maverick 1000R X xc DPS also receives this update for the new model year. The brand new Maverick MAX X rs comes standard with Tri-Mode DPS. Featuring three driver-selectable settings (Hi, Med, Lo) for use in the Maverick, DPS selects the appropriate level of steering assistance based on the amount of steering assistance required for the current speed and terrain conditions.
DPS also includes the Quicker-Engaging (QE) Visco-Lok front differential to improve the Maverick side-by-side’s traction and abilities in slow-speed, technical terrain. Like the Commander DPS system, the Maverick DPS vehicles offer variable steering assistance in any mode and is engineered to offer less assist at high speed and more assist at low speed.
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