Suzuki Announces 2024 KingQuad 750 and 500 Lineup Staff
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Suzuki has unveiled its 2024 KingQuad all-terrain vehicle lineup, continuing its long-standing presence in the ATV market since 2001. These vehicles, known for their reliability and performance, are manufactured in Rome, GA, at the Suzuki Manufacturing of America Corporation. The lineup features the KingQuad 750 and 500 families, each designed to tackle a range of terrains and tasks.

The KingQuad 750AXi Steering SE+ and SE Camo models showcase a blend of aggressive styling and practical features. The SE+ variant is available in Armored Blue Gray or a Cast Carbon pattern, both with distinctively styled cast aluminum wheels. The SE Camo version, sporting the True Timber Kanati Camouflage, also features blacked-out wheels and electronic power steering. Both models are designed with a focus on rider comfort, featuring bold, angular styling, a relaxed riding position, and low-effort electronic power steering. They are powered by a torque-rich, EFI-fed engine coupled with a QuadMatic transmission, ensuring smooth and responsive handling. These ATVs are equipped with practical lighting, including fender- and handlebar-mounted headlights, an LED taillight, and a full LCD instrument panel. For towing and carrying capabilities, they come with removable cargo rack protectors, a ball mount, a hitch pin, and an R-clip, supporting a towing capacity of up to 1322 pounds. Additionally, winch-ready mounts and wire conduits simplify the installation of a winch.

The KingQuad 750AXi Power Steering and the standard 750AXi models offer similar functionality but with different aesthetic options. These ATVs are available in Desert Beige, Flame Red, or Terra Green, with the Power Steering version featuring steel wheels and hand guards. Like their SE+ counterparts, they are equipped for towing and winch installation.

In the KingQuad 500AXi Power Steering SE, Suzuki introduces a model with modern angular bodywork in Armored Blue Gray with bold red graphics and cast aluminum wheels. This model emphasizes rider comfort with its relaxed riding position and electronic power steering. It has a similar towing capacity to the 750 series and includes a tow hitch receiver. The ATV is powered by an EFI-fed engine and features a QuadMatic transmission with effective engine braking. Lighting and cargo features are akin to the 750 models, with the addition of knuckle covers for rider protection.

Lastly, the KingQuad 500AXi Power Steering and the standard 500AXi models cater to riders preferring simpler color schemes, available in Desert Beige, Flame Red, or Terra Green. These models maintain the brand's focus on practicality, featuring necessary towing and winch installation capabilities.

Overall, Suzuki's 2024 KingQuad lineup emphasizes functional improvements in towing, handling, and ease of use, reinforcing the brand's commitment to delivering practical and reliable ATVs for both recreational and work-related use.

This article was co-written using AI and was then heavily edited and optimized by our editorial team. Staff Staff

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