NOTHING'S BUILT LIKE A KINGQUAD
The KingQuad 750AXi is not just a new ATV, it’s a new KingQuad ATV. Suzuki, the inventor of the 4-wheel ATV, took the world’s best sports-utility quad and made it better and more capable than ever. The new edgy and dynamic bodywork surrounds an impressive list of updates to the KingQuad. Revisions to the fuel-injected, emissions-compliant engine and the Quadmatic™ transmission helps the KingQuad smoothly and strongly accelerate from a stop. The chassis, based around a stronger new frame, helps the KingQuad tackle just about any riding terrain while being able to help you with any chore thanks to a boosted towing capacity of 1332 pounds. Steering a KingQuad has never been easier with recalibrated front end geometry. The fully-independent suspension is fitted with new, gas-charged shocks that are pre-load adjustable to match the spring rate to the cargo load. A new, beefier stabilizer bar with more compliant bushings helps control chassis movement while the 25-inch Carlisle tires deliver excellent grip. All the other great KingQuad features and innovations are packed into each one we build in our Rome, Georgia manufacturing plant. The legacy of the iconic KingQuad has a new and exciting chapter and is ready for you to join the narrative.
The QuadSport® LT-Z50 may be used only by those aged 6 and older, and the QuadSport LT-Z90 may be used only by those aged 12 and older. Always supervise riders under the age of 16. All other Suzuki ATVs may be used only by those aged 16 and older. For your safety, always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing when riding. Never ride under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. Study your owner's manual and always inspect your Suzuki before riding. On any ATV, avoid paved surfaces. Never ride on public roads. Avoid excessive speeds. Never carry passengers or engage in stunt riding. Serious injury or death can result from the improper uses of the ATV. Even though your child may be the right age, you must ensure that he or she has the size, strength, skills, and judgment to operate the ATV safely. Suzuki highly recommends that all ATV riders take a training course. For safety and training course information, see your dealer or call the SVIA at 1-800-852-5344.