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5 Reasons Why the Can-Am Maverick X3 is’s Sport UTV of the Year

At the beginning of 2017, we named the Can-Am Maverick X3 X rs our Sport UTV of the Year in our Best of 2016 story. A little while back we had a chance to spend some time with the Maverick X3 in the Glamis Sand Dunes in Southern California and we used that opportunity to put a video together explaining exactly why we thought it deserved the Best Sport UTV of the Year crown. Check out the video below to see why chose the Can-Am Maverick X3 X rs as the Sport UTV of the Year.

5 Reasons Why This Polaris Owner Loves the New Maverick X3

The winner of our Can-Am Adventure Contest, Phill Bicek, is a Polaris RZR owner who got his first taste of the new Can-Am Maverick X3 with us in Glamis. After spending two days riding both the Maverick X3 X DS and Maverick X3 MAX X DS, Bicek told us why he likes the two machines so much. Bicek sang the praises of the Maverick X3's turbocharged engine, suspension, seats, power steering, and tires.

2017 Can-Am Maverick X3 – Glamis Adventure Contest Winner

A while back we hosted a Glamis Adventure Contest in partnership with Can-Am. Washington's Phill Bicek was the lucky winner and we flew him down to meet us in Southern California for a couple of days of fun in the Imperial Sand Dunes. Phil was able to ride both the Can-Am Maverick X3 X DS and the four-seat Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX X DS and had a video crew there to document his Glamis adventure. Check out the video below for some stunning visuals from Glamis and hear what Phill has to say about winning the contest and riding the new Maverick X3 models.

Our Can-Am Adventure Contest winner shares his thoughts on the Maverick X3

Check out what the lucky winner got to experience

Maverick X3 gets stretched out to the MAX

Ken Block and BJ Baldwin lead off-road teams into all-Maverick battle

Check out this early concept rendering of the new Maverick X3

What helps the Maverick X3 stand out from the crowd?

Impressions from our first time driving the 154-horsepower monster