On this episode of On the Throttle, Jacqui and Josh show us the fastest SxS on the market from Can-Am, new information came out about Triumph’s dirt bike, Tiaga releases the world’s first electric personal watercraft named the ORCA, and we get a little teaser from Royal Enfield about updates to the Himalayan. 2:02 Can-Am’s
Can-Am’s new side-by-side lineup featuring Maverick, Commander and Defender lines offer performance and rider experience that will be hitting dealer floors for the 2024 model year.
Designed from the rider down, Can-Am’s new Maverick R touts four different models, a 240-horsepower engine, Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), unrivaled suspension travel, and a suite of enhanced technology.
Yamaha has been, for most of its existence, the second largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, and sometimes the largest. In fact, so far in 2023, Yamaha sales are on record pace.
Redefining pure sport performance with all-new auto-shift technology and six-speed transmission.
Highlights include the return of Polaris Sportsman 570 and XP 1000 Hunt editions, along with a host of aesthetic and performance upgrades across the lineup.
All-new versatile and compact-feeling Wolverine X2 1000 with extreme durability and value.
Polaris’ Ranger XD 1500 features a 1,500cc three-cylinder engine for more power to make tough jobs easier and a STEELDRIVE transmission for greater durability.
Introducing the all-new Wolverine X2 1000, enhanced YXZ1000R / SS and New Raptor 110.
Unleashing off-road excitement at an unbeatable price point.
The all-new trim level offers a four-person cabin with suspension aimed at rough terrain.