Security marking and tracker/immobiliser fitted as standard

Suzuki’s ever-popular KingQuad ATVs now come fitted with an enhanced security package as standard courtesy of the company’s partnership with Datatool and Datatag.

Suzuki ATV with a field in the background

The Japanese manufacturer has been working with Datatag and fitting its Cesar forensic marking system for over 10 years; but has now bolstered its security offering by partnering with Datatool to fit a Thatcham-accredited tracking and immobiliser system as well.

The Datatool Stealth S5+ tracker and immobiliser actively protect the ATV against unauthorised movement as well as providing hotwire/forced ignition protection. Waterproof with a built-in antenna, the Datatool Stealth is a cutting-edge tracking device which benefits from a UK-based 24/7/365 Theft Monitoring Team and is 4G-enabled for superior tracking abilities as well as providing tow-away alerts and key cloning protection. In addition, the Datatool app enables customers to see the location of their ATV in real-time as well as journey history so you can see where the vehicle has been used.

The Suzuki range currently comprises of three versatile models: The KingQuad 500 and 500XP, as well as the KingQuad 750XP (XP denotes independent suspension and power steering). These robust utility ATVs are the culmination of years of refinement and their high levels of technical specification and ease of handling give riders confidence on any terrain, making them suitable for several applications including hill and lowland farming, estate management and use on equestrian properties.

Suzuki’s position as a top supplier of ATVs to the UK agricultural and land-management markets continues to be strengthened by this security package and gives owners the peace of mind that everything is in place to deter theft and that it is also possible to track and recover their KingQuad ATV should it be stolen, the company explains.

In addition to the security package, Suzuki is currently also offering a saving of 10% off the RRP of a new KingQuad when customers trade in their old ATV of any make or model (T&Cs apply). This offer is available until 31st December 2023.

Suzuki GB Head of ATV & Marine, Mark Beeley, said: “We are proud to be part of the landscape for many farms and we are therefore pleased to be able to include these security features within the cost of our ATVs. A Suzuki KingQuad is an invaluable asset to a wide variety of businesses, particularly in the agricultural industry, so we understand the need to protect them as much as possible. We hope customers will see the new tracker and immobiliser system as another added benefit and an additional reason to choose Suzuki.”

Customers can find out more by visiting the Suzuki stand at LAMMA or by visiting

Stand number: Hall 7, Stand 436

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