The 2020 Can-Am Commander continues to be as functional and reliable as it has been in years gone past. The UTV you’ve come to love as the ultimate balance between work and play features a 71 hp Rotax 799.9 cc V-twin, liquid-cooled engine and Torsional Trailing arm Independent (TTI) rear suspension that has been revamped to enhance traction and provide optimal transfer of power to the ground. And of course the crowning glory of the Can-Am Commander, dual storage levels that provide 600 lbs cargo capacity with tilt-assist dumping. How clever! The Can-Am Commander Max also provides these features but with a spacious 4 seater cab that allows you to invite all of your friends to ride along.
Of course, the Can-Am Maverick, and Can-Am Defender models are also a part of the badass 2020 lineup. The 2020 Can-Am Maverick X3 boasts new colors and a rear tow hook Anti-theft system with a start and stop button while the 2020 Maverick X3 Turbo Max features new colors and a 4.5” digital display with keypad all while transporting all of your passengers in the 4 seats. Also available are the Can-Am Maverick MAX, Can-Am Maverick Sport and the Can-Am Maverick Trail. The Can-Am Defender has also joined the upgrade conversation with a 4.5” display the now includes an engine temperature gauge, an adjustable driver’s seat for the 6 person set-up and increased horsepower from 50 to 72. Can-Am has been a force to be reckoned with in the UTV industry and their 2020 lineup is no exception. More useful information awaits when you continue reading.
January 20, 2020
Fixing common electric issues with the Can-Am Commander and tips for augmenting your Commander's electric system and making it bullet proof. Continue reading
January 13, 2020
From radiator relocation kits to aftermarket billet fans and ECU reflashes, to keep your engine cool, you must make sure your radiator and cooling system is functioning properly. Here is some handy advice about what to do if your Maverick is overheating. Continue reading
January 6, 2020
The best all around tires for the Can-Am Defender as well as a few tires for more domain-specific applications. Continue reading
December 30, 2019
matter where you ride, you’re bound to get your Can-Am at least a little dirty; it’s just part of the game. And while the mud and dust may be inevitable on the trail, it doesn’t have to stick on there forever. Continue reading