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Braking and Durable Tires The four-wheel disc brak- ing system on the Maverick 1000R consists of front 214 mm hydraulic disc brakes, with twin-piston caliper and 214 mm rear hydraulic disc, with a single-piston caliper. These brakes work exceptionally well, and the built-in engine braking is particularly effective on steep downgrades. In low gear, with the engine brake engaged, the Maverick can crawl down a steep grade, in full control. Another nice feature on the new Mavericks are its tire choices. They come equipped with 27-Inch MaxxIs BIgHorn 2.0, which use a non-direc- tional, six-ply radial design. These are extremely durable tires with a thick carcass that resists flats. We rode our machines through some particularly rocky terrain, and there were no flats or any punctures dur- Can Am has approached the UTV market full speed ahead. The Maver- icks will set you back $15,999 for the 1000R RS. The same price range as its XP900 and Arctic Cat 1000 rivals. ing the testing process. These tires provide a smooth and predictable ride over multiple surface types. Good feature. Visco Lok 4-Wheel Drive System Exclusive to Can-Am, the Visco-Lok drive system is a progressively automatic lock- ing front differential system. Once you engage the 4x4 locking mode the system intel- ligently transfers power from a slipping front wheel to the op- posing wheel with traction. We like this particular sys- tem on 4-wheel drive ATVs, and side by sides. That is be- cause the Visco-Lok has no buttons to push or levers to pull. in. Also, it is extremely easy to steer. Visco-Lok also gives progressive lock-up with no rev or speed limiter in- volved. Room With A View There is also ample space inside the wide cockpits of the Maverick sport UTVs. It has been specifically designed to cater to the needs of drivers of various sizes and types. Can- Am engineers made it easier