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The problem with winning a UTV, if you can say that there is a problem with winning a prize valued in five figures, is that to get it anywhere, most of us need a vehicle to tow that. I know my Subaru XV couldn’t do the job. And that means shelling out some money that you probably weren’t planning on spending. Fortunately, Omaze thought about that. Not only you can win a Can-Am Maverick X3 in this sweepstakes, but they are launching a Chevy Tahoe Z71 so you can tow it to your off-road playground.
Here are the Can-AM specs and Hunting according to Omaze:
2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X RS Turbo RR with Smart-Shox
- Maximum capacity: 4
- Engine: Rotax 900cc turbocharged triple cylinder
- Transmission: Quick Response System X (QRS-X) CVT
- Transmission: 4WD with lockable front differential with Smart-Lok technology
- Exterior Color: Triple Black
- Maximum power: 195 CV
- Maximum torque: 90 pound-feet
- Approximate Retail Value (Can-Am + Car): $ 130,000
- Cash Alternative: $ 97,500
- Special Features: Digital Display Screens, Ergo-Lok Cockpit and Seats, 14 “Beadlock Wheels and 30” Tires, FOX PODIUM Racing Shocks, 22 “Suspension Travel, Smart-Shox with Dynamic Damper Adjustment, Headlights and LED taillights
2021 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71
- Maximum capacity: 7
- Powertrain: 5.3-liter EcoTec 3 V8
- Transmission: 10-speed automatic
- Powertrain: 4WD
- Exterior color: black
- Interior Color: Jet Black
- Horsepower: 355 hp
- Torque: 383 pound-feet
- Towing capacity: 8,200 pounds
- Special Features: 20 “FUEL® Rebel ™ Wheels, Toyo Open Country M / T Tires, Rough Country Suspension Leveling Kit, Hill Descent Control, 25.5 cu. 10.2 “, panoramic sunroof
This is what we think of Tahoe Z71 when we first drove it last year:
“Our Z71 has a 5.3-liter engine, and it’s a perfectly suited engine for this full-size SUV. It’s smooth and quiet, and cylinder deactivation is completely imperceptible. The transmission is smooth too, no shifting or waiting. uncomfortably long. Keeping up with traffic isn’t a problem, but acceleration isn’t exciting by any means (especially in contrast to the Expedition standard turbo V6). If you want a bit of vertigo in your SUV, you will definitely want the 6.2-liter engine; it’s a shame you have to get the more expensive Tahoe to access it. We suspect that we will like the diesel motor, also, according to our experience with it in GM‘s vans.
“The Tahoe’s ride and handling are pretty good for a full-size SUV, but there are a few caveats. First, we tested a Tahoe with the optional air suspension, which could theoretically drive quite differently than one without it. Among those differences. There are the inclusion of different modes that tailor various vehicle settings to your preference. In the default comfort mode, the Tahoe has a fairly smooth ride that softens shocks very well, although there is moderate body roll. Much of that it is eliminated with Sport mode which firms the suspension without making the ride unpleasant. Another benefit of air suspension is adjustable ride height. You can lower the Tahoe two inches for easy in and out, or you can raise the Tahoe two inches to improve ground clearance. We are not sure where the fixed suspension tuning will be on a non-air Tahoe, nor can we i Report on the available magnetically controlled suspension upgrade which, in theory, should be even better than air. springs.
“When cornering, the Tahoe is quite serene, even on uneven surfaces. Credit goes to both the new independent rear suspension and the air springs. Combined with the well-weighted and fairly precise steering, the Tahoe is almost fun to drive. The problem, whether speaking of driving or handling, is that the body feels too loose and flexible. When driving over potholes, a lot of shaking and vibrations occur in the body – some are to be expected in a vehicle body on frame, even on the expedition, but the Tahoe had more than the Silverado.Just when you think the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and inner tubes have made the Tahoe civilize, a nervous response to a little bump shatters the illusion.
“There is little to discourage courtesy inside the radically redone interior. The rounded shape of the main dash is elegant and has a small hood on top for added visual interest. On the higher trims, the dash is wrapped in nice faux leather. It’s all in stark contrast to the silverado’s bulky and dingy interior, and in fact GM should be credited with giving it the Tahoe (and GMC Yukon) a unique interior design from its pickup brothers. ford just hit copy paste from F-150 to the expedition.
“The controls are easy to use and access with lots of knobs and buttons. The standard 10-inch touchscreen is large, easy to read and reach, and very responsive. Chevy also offers a bit of technology. sophisticated display that includes a 15-inch head top display, dual 12.6-inch monitors in the second row and a wide range of towing cameras. Those rear displays can also connect to the navigation system so rear passengers can locate and suggest destinations. Media can be shared between the two rear screens, too, or operated separately. “
You’re probably wondering, what does it take to win? First, according to Omaze, “no donation or payment is required to enter or win this giveaway.” With $ 10 you will get 100 tickets, while $ 50 will give you 1,000 tickets and $ 100 will give you 2,000 tickets.
The donations themselves benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, which according to Omaze, “inspires and enables all young people, especially those most in need, to reach their full potential. Their world-class club experience in over 4,700 locations ensures that success is within reach of every young man who walks into their doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character. , citizenship and a healthy lifestyle. . “
If you want this combo and who doesn’t, enter here. The deadline to enter is February 4, 2022 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time.