For comparison, Can-Am kept their long travel 4-seater slightly below 30K at $29,899, while $30,499 Polaris went slightly above. What you get for the extra $600 on the surface is electronically controlled Fox Shox, 32-inch, 8-ply ITP tires and full doors. Underneath, you get a chassis with stronger double shear suspension pick up points, beefed up A-arms, trailing arms and radius rods. What you don’t get are beadlock wheels, which come standard on the high end Can-Ams.
You can read all about the new 2019 Polaris RZR XP Turbo S-4 HERE!
You can read about the complete 2019 Can-Am Line up HERE!
Specs:…Can-Am Maverick Max X RS…Polaris RZR XP Turbo S-4
Displacement: 900cc Turbo Charged Triple…925cc Turbo Charged Twin
Claimed Dry Weight: Can-Am estimates 1848lb…1975lb
Tires: 30X14 Maxxis Big Horn…32X15 ITP Coyote
Front: Fox RC2 2.5” w/22…Fox 2.5” Dynamix w/25”**
Rear: Fox RC2 3.0” w/22…Fox 3.0” Dynamix w/25”**
Rear view: Mirror…Camera
Ground Clearance: 14”…16”**
Manual Locking Differential: $500 Upgrade…Auto
Fuel capacity: 10.5gal…9.5 gal
** Polaris factors in “tire flex” to calculate wheel travel and possible ground clearance figures for this machine.