Long before traditional quads roamed the Earth, Max 6x6s were the go-to tool for getting into the backcountry. The amphibious, skid-steer rigs weren’t big on power or amenities, but they made up for those shortcomings with shocking capability. Now Max is back, running a Borg-Warner-derived T-20 gearbox. The parent company, Planet Resource Recovery, says it plans to begin production of the new line of Max 6×6 rigs next year.
The lineup includes three models: the two-seat Max2, the four-seat Max4, and the utility Buffalo Truck. There’s no word on power just yet, but Max says buyers can expect a tow rating of 1,000 pounds. The Max2 tips the scales at around 710 pounds, and is just 56 inches wide and 86 inches long. The company will also offer a full range of accessories, including tops, snow plows, winches, tracks, and more. For more information, head to the Max site.
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