Suzuki has recently released three new market-leading ATVs – the KingQuad 750 power steering and KingQuad 500 power steering/non-power steering models.
Since their introduction late last year, the new KingQuads have proven to be strong, reliable and durable as ever.
They are truly Suzuki KingQuads through and through and are the result of 30 years of engineering expertise, refinement through feedback from customers, and an unequalled reputation for quality that Suzuki has earned by building each and every one of its ATVs.
With engine and chassis upgrades, new features and aggressive new styling, the ATVs attracted a lot of attention agricultural shows in summer 2019. The chassis upgrades mean that all three models can now tow an impressive 600kg, an increase of 33 per cent from the previous models available.
As well as this, the front suspension, steering system and rear stabiliser are all new, which combine to deliver excellent straight-line stability as well as sure-footed handling when cornering and improved manoeuvrability. The handlebars have also been raised, which improves riding position,
Major refinements and changes have been made to the engine unit to continue Suzuki’s reputation for high levels of performance and reliability. Suzuki has also introduced a range of features such as a handlebar-mounted headlight to improve visibility into the turn, plus additional storage compartments to help you carry more equipment.
The new multi-function instrument panel is also easier to view and includes a service reminder icon, which pops up when the ATV is due for its routine service. Then, once the ATV is in with an authorised Suzuki dealer for its service, the work itself has been made easier through the re-design of various body parts that make some components, such as the fuel filter, easier to access. Customers can also benefit from a courtesy ATV scheme, when theirs (any make or model) is in for repair (from participating Suzuki dealers).
See Suzuki at LAMMA – Hall 19, Stand 19.234