Power steering is very subtle on the Suzuki. It helps when you want it, but is invisible otherwise. You would expect the Suzuki KingQuad 750AXi
Suzuki is back! After a four-year hiatus, the Quadsport Z90 is back to teach kids how to ride. Undeniable truth number one: Youth-sized ATVs are
The 4×4 quad world is going full speed in two different directions. At the high end, we have twin-cylinder, 1000-pound machines with more features and
Suzuki’s KingQuad lineup contains some of our favorite 4×4 machinery, and the royal family is back in force for 2014. These royals aren’t from Britain.
How fast can you go? The top-of-the-line sport quads are pretty featured-filled these days. They have electronic fuel injection, fully adjustable suspension and powerful engines.
It is a little depressing to see former racers who are so competitive that they have to quit riding after they quit racing. Somehow they
Honda, Kawasaki and Can-Am still sell new 450s, but they are basically unchanged over the previous few years. Yamaha’s YFZ450R is the only high-performance sport
PERFECTING SUZUKI’S LT-R450 Back in 2006, when Suzuki introduced the nearly track-ready LT-R450, it was a winner from the word “go.” Suzuki had guys like
2011 SUZUKI KINGQUAD 400ASi/400FSi ($6199/$6099)For 2011, Suzuki gave the KingQuad 400 fuel injection. It also does away with the oddball twin-shock swingarm rear suspension in
2011 SUZUKI KINGQUAD 750AXI ($8199)After a year in limbo, Suzuki is making new quads again, and the flagship is the KingQuad 750. This is a
2011 SUZUKI KINGQUAD 450AXi ($6999)In 2010, this was Suzuki’s only new quad. It’s back as a carry-over model, with its 454cc, liquid-cooled motor. It has