In Can-Am, the two-door, side-by-side sport-utility vehicle (SUV) is offered in both the regular and special edition varieties. The Can-Am R/C Can-Am S/X series can be configured as either a full-on R/C truck or an off-road ATV. Both models feature high-performance engines with air-cooled interiors that have a twin intercooler setup.
Originally part of the Bombardier Limited Partnership (BRP / Bombardeur Recreational Vehicles), a Canadian firm, when joined by Joseph-Arthur Bombardier in 1945, CAN-AM ATV Company became a separate entity under the name L’Auto-Nige Bombardeur Limitée. Manufactured in Valcourt, Quebec, CAN-AM ATV Company produces both the regular and the special editions. Both models use a twin intercooler setup and have air-cooled interiors, with an adjustable ride height.
The CAN AM R/C Can-Am S/X models are equipped with either a four-wheel-drive system or a six-wheel-drive system, depending on the model. Both models feature a five-speed automatic transmission with a differential lock and hydraulic clutch. Both models also have an extended wheelbase and a cast-aluminum frame with steel front suspension.
The CAN AM ATV S/X models are available in both standard and modified forms. The standard models of CAN AM ATV have a steel frame with a fiberglass body and an aluminum chassis with steel front suspension. The CAN AM ATV S/X models however, are available in two body styles. The first style features a standard roof rack, while the second style features a factory roof mount that also includes storage space for a spare tire, spare brake pads, a winch, and an emergency brake pedal.
The CAN AM ATV R/C Can-AM R/C S/X models however, are available with a standard or modified front suspension. Both styles use a five-speed transmission with a hydraulic clutch and a differential lock. The CAN AM ATV R/C S/X models however, feature a cast-aluminum frame with steel front suspension and a steel rear suspension.
The CAN AM Maverick R/C ATV has a two-door, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) with a four-wheel-drive system, which means it is powered by a four-wheel drive vehicle. The CAN AM Maverick has the capacity to pull a wheelie, a tandem ATV. The CAN AM Maverick also has the ability to tow a trailer, with a hitch bar hitch attached, if needed.
The CAN AM Maverick R/C ATV can be configured in two basic modes: The full-on (also known as the full-on ATV and also known as the ATV/RTR) mode and the full-tandem mode. The full-on mode allows passengers to sit in both the front and the back seats, the tandem mode allows passengers to stand up in the middle of the vehicle and be towed behind the vehicle. The CAN AM Maverick R/C has a large seating area to accommodate more than two passengers.
The CAN AM Maverick R/C can be equipped with either a four-wheel-drive system or a six-wheel-drive system. Either of these two systems can be fitted to the CAN AM Maverick models. The two-wheel-drive system will allow the vehicle to take on and handle terrain that other four-wheel drive vehicles may not be able to handle.
The CAN AM Maverick R/C can be operated in a number of different ways. The standard transmission allows for automatic transmissions; however, some CAN AM ATV models come standard with three-speed transmissions. The CAN AM Maverick R/C can be set to be a one-speed vehicle, or it can also be fitted with a two-speed transmission.
In addition, the CAN AM Maverick R/C can also be used on the open highway. When used for this purpose, it can be operated in the off-road mode, which makes the vehicle easier to maneuver through turns and on rugged terrains.
The CAN AM Maverick R/C has a battery-powered four-wheel drive system. It is operated by a five-speed transmission and can be operated on one or two batteries.
The CAN AM Maverick R/C is built on a frame that has a suspension system that is designed to resist vibration. The frame is made of steel. All the controls on the CAN AM Maverick R/C are located on a remote control that can be operated from anywhere and are located on the left side of the vehicle.
The CAN-AM Maverick R/C is a popular recreational vehicle (RV). It was built for the consumer with a view to providing a low cost and fun ride.