As a new year dawns, the next generation of Can-Am SSVs will begin making their way to dealerships across the continent. Although there is still a fair bit of speculation surrounding the 2021 lineup of Can-Am side-by-sides, the initial press release has dropped, leaving off-roaders and soon-to-be Can-Am owners anxiously awaiting the 2021 deliveries. In some respects, the 2021 lineup of Can-Am UTVs have stuck to the traditional values that BRP espouses: ingenuity, excellence, passion, and drive. In other ways, BRP has gone in a more progressive direction with their 2021 Can-Am vehicles. Be it the 2021 Can-Am Defender with better window seals, stiffer shocks, more dry storage, and LED lights on the bumper, or the quieter 2021 Can-Am X3 and Maverick Max editions with CVT noise reduction kits to make them 30% quieter, riders are looking forward to another great year from Can-Am. And even though it looks like BRP might be discontinuing the Can-Am Commander, there are rumors that it might just be undergoing a redesign to better compete with the Polaris General, with details to be announced later in the year for a potential 2021 or 2022 release date. Only time will tell with the Commander, but with regards to the Defender, the Maverick, and the X3 Can-Am models, riders have spoken and Can-Am listened.
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.
September 15, 2020
Here at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we strive to never rest on our laurels. And in our unending quest to provide customers with the highest-quality products at unbeatable prices, we constantly seek out collaborations with the industry’s leading aftermarket accessory makers. Continue reading
August 31, 2020
Once again, focusing on user experience allows us to clarify an issue that has doubtlessly stirred up more than a few rousing debates among UTV enthusiasts. In the same way that Can-Am Maverick winch manufacturers prioritize user experience to make an excellent product, we riders can decide whether we want a steel or synthetic winch cable by taking a look at our average day of chores. Continue reading
August 12, 2020
Can-Am enthusiasts have a lot to be excited about with the recent revelation of Can-Am’s 2021 lineup of side-by-sides. With the updates and capabilities of the latest lineup, it’s apparent that the big-name manufacturer is bringing the heat. Continue reading
July 31, 2020
Of course Rigid industries has been ruling the Can-Am LED lighting market – that’s what quality does. No matter how hard the corner-cutters try to undercut or out-gimmick them with flashy promotions, nothing speaks louder than consistent product quality, and that’s the only language Rigid seems to know. Continue reading