FIRST LOOK: 2009 SUZUKI KING QUAD 500 & 750 4×4’S

The KingQuad 750AXi will also come in a wild new Rockstar graphics kitted version for 2009. It also comes stock with a winch.

Suzuki has included power steering with the all new KingQuad 500 AXi ($7599) and added power steering to its KingQuad 750 AXi ($8699). The new 500 AXi is based on last year’s KingQuad 450AXi and has a new cylinder and piston, plus the 450’s fuel injection system.
This new engine also has a built-in engine braking system and Suzuki’s CVT-type automatic transmission. The new 2009 KingQuad 500 AXi will be available in white, a limited black brush combo and in a camouflage pattern.

Suzuki’s all new KingQuad 500 AXi has joined their ’09 ATV lineup and comes with the addition of power steering for the new year. Based on the KingQuad 450i, this bigger bore version has a CVT fully auto transmission, built-in engine braking, plus fuel injection and independent rear suspension. It will be available in white, a limited black brush combo and in a hunting camo pattern. MSRP is $7599. Returning to the lineup for ’09 is the KingQuad 750i 4×4. It will also be available with Suzuki’s power steering as an option ($8099 stock, $8999 with power steering option).


The 2009 KingQuad 750 AXi will be available in two versions—a standard 4×4 ($8099) and a power steering equipped model ($8999). It will also be available in the same colors as the 500 AXi, along with two limited edition models. A Rockstar themed edition, which comes with special Rockstar graphics and winch ($7999), and a Black Brush Edition ($8099).

Also new for ’09 are special KingQuad 400AS ($5799) and FS ($5649) editions. Both will be available in special 25th Anniversary Editions, commemorating Suzuki’s creation of the four-wheeled ATV way back in 1983. These units come with a Warn winch as standard equipment, plus a special “First on 4 Wheels” Anniversary badge.
The 2009 Quad­Racer R450 ($7699) has a new aluminum seat rail that helps reduce weight, and is now available with red and black plastic. It also comes in two special edition models: one uses black plastic and wheels, with a gold frame, and the other is a red model, also with black wheels, but with a black frame.
Of course, completely new for 2009 is the fuel injected Z400 QuadSport. This machine has been completely re-engineered, from its fuel injected QuadSport Z400 engine to its revamped suspension front and rear. It will also be available in a limited edition red/black color scheme with black wheels ($6399).

Rounding out Suzuki’s ’09 youth lineup is their QuadSport Z50 and QuadSport Z90’s. For the new year and the ladies, the newest Suzuki mini’s will be available with pink seats and trim.

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