The right features, performance, and price—Commander MAX Limited is built to take 4 people farther Rotax 100R power, a versatile dual-level cargo box, and rider-focused features perfect for whatever adventure means to you.
Yeah, this is where it's at: a liquid-cooled, 8-valve Rotax® 976 cc V-twin that pumps out 92 horsepower, yet stays refined thanks to Electronic Fuel Injection and Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC). The liquid-cooled, single overhead cam power plant features 4 valves per cylinder, fed by a 54 mm Bosch‡ throttle body and 2 sophisticated VDO Siemens‡ fuel injectors. And it roars.
SHOCKS THAT PERFORM
High-performance front and rear FOX PODIUM 2.0 QS3 shocks allow riders to easily dial in their suspension setup without tools. Through a three-position knob, the suspension can be easily adjusted for the terrain or your riding preference. Turn the knob to position 1 to get a smooth compression optimizing comfort and performance for the long rides, or go to position 3 to get that high-performance race-ready suspension.
HANDLING WITH PRECISION
Three (3) levels of rider-adjustable steering assistance give DPS models the ability to adapt steering feel to match the terrain while also reducing kickback. The amount of assistance varies with speed, adjusting input naturally and only as much as needed.
ROUTE WITH CONFIDENCE
Can-Am partnered with leading GPS manufacturer Garmin to equip the Commander MAX Limited with an integrated touchscreen Montana 650T GPS. With a 5 MP camera, preloaded topographic maps, 4-in color display, barometric altimeter, 3-axis electronic compass, wireless data sharing, and more, it'll earn your trust far off the beaten path.
Stop wind and debris in their tracks with a half windshield that returns stylish protection without the airflow restriction of a full windshield. The added two-piece hard roof is fully integrated, durable, stylish, Fast, easy, and boasts toolless installation and removal.
READY TO DANCE
The Can-Am Intelligent Throttle Control (ITC) throttle-by-wire system ensures smooth power delivery via precise control of its 54 mm Bosch† throttle body—even if the driver's foot is bouncing due to rough terrain. ITC detects unwanted bounces and filters the input, with selectable progressive and Sport modes.
STAY IN CONTACT
You're looking at the only independent rear suspension that eliminates scrub and camber changes, meaning the wheels pivot up and down rather than in a butterfly motion. This ensures the vehicle moves only in the direction you point it. Reconfigured for improved traction and optimal transfer of power to the ground.
The Can-Am Commander's Double A-arm front suspension is designed with dive-control geometry that works to eliminate diving under heavy braking and rough terrain. The front end features 10 in. (25.4 cm) of travel and five-way preload-adjustable motion-control shocks.
RESPONSIVE WHEELS AND TIRES
The lightweight radial tires offer a smoother ride, predictable cornering and optimum climbing confidence. They are mated to cast-aluminum wheels that feature a strong yet lightweight construction.
VERSATILITY IN TWO PARTS
What a finish: this versatile and usable cargo box design has a 600 lb (272 kg) cargo capacity, dual storage levels, anti-rust box, and tilt-assist dumping. Commander offers two levels separated by a removable water-resistant panel to separate the upper and lower beds and their independent tailgates.
We've fitted Commander MAX Limited with a heavy-duty front bumper for a beefier look and better functionality. Bed rails installed on the dual-level cargo box add more tie-down points for cargo carrying. Below, mudguards create an extra layer of protection for the occupants and keep debris where it should be.
THE HEROIC HOOK
Can-Am chose a premium winch kit for the ultimate performance and durability—we've seen what people do with their machines. The 4,500 lb winch includes dash control and roller fairlead for precise operation.
ROOM TO ROAM
You'll enjoy ample seating for all passengers, with a generous 106.1 in. (269.4 cm) wheelbase. There's grip where it counts too, with individual handholds for all passengers—no shared grab bars here.