Can-Am has upped the game with its new Traxter UTV lineup, with more horsepower and the industry’s best torque in the van of a host of changes.

Also, the all-new Traxter Max HD10 T completes its EC homologated range, while the Maverick Turbo RR sets new industry performance standards with its 195 bhp engine.

The entire lineup has been redesigned for 2020, including changes to the 82 bhp Rotax engine that allows it to pump out more power when it counts, including an industry-leading 69 lb ft of torque. A complete frame and front-end refresh should also improve ride, durability, and protection.

The all-new Max HD10 T is a six seater which makes it more versatile and it looks to be a handy vehicle for the likes of shoots, taking people out onto the hill.

It should be capable off-road, too, with its heavy-duty suspension offering a full 10-inches of travel. The load bed is rated at 450kg and it will tow more than 1100kg.

The driver’s open dash design features a handy removable and water-resistant 6.3-litre toolbox, plus there’s 23-litres of under dash storage on selected models.

The cargo bed can include features such as five-gallon pail recesses, integrated anchors on the sidewalls and several tie-down points, while the sturdy tailgate is aimed at withstanding farm use and serves as a seat. It’s also designed to accommodate the optional Can-Am cab and other accessories.

n The award-winning Maverick lineup now features a 195 bhp Rotax Turbo RR engine in the Turbo RR model – that makes it the industry’s most powerful factory-built sports side-by-side racer.