Suzuki 2013 KingQuads include 30th anniversary models, new camouflage

Publish Date: 
May 14, 2012

American Suzuki has announced its full line of 2013 KingQuad utility ATV models, including a new True Timber XD3 Camo option and special edition KingQuad models commemorating Suzuki’s 30 years of being “First on 4-Wheels.”

In 1983, Suzuki introduced the first four-wheeled ATV, the QuadRunner LT125. To celebrate this breakthrough, Suzuki is offering special edition KingQuad 750AXi Power Steering and KingQuad 500AXi Power Steering models featuring commemorative 30th Anniversary badges and Metallic Matte Royal Red bodywork.

“We are proud to be a true innovator in developing the modern ATV,” says Steve Borolamedi, American Suzuki’s senior communications manager. “Suzuki redefined off-roading in 1983.”

The special edition model join Suzuki’s full lineup of 2013 KingQuad ATVs.

The KingQuad 750AXi and KingQuad 750AXi Power Steering are Suzuki’s flagship utility ATVs. They come with fully independent A-arm front suspension and I-beam rear suspension, adjustable shocks, a locking front differential, a high/low-selectable subtransmission, and a four-stroke, liquid-cooled powerplant with fuel injection.

The KingQuad 500AXi and KingQuad 500AXi Power Steering boast much of the same features and technology as the 750 models. They’re powered by Suzuki fuel-injected four-stroke, liquid-cooled 493cc engines and have lightweight chassis.

The KingQuad 400ASi and KingQuad 400FSi models feature Suzuki’s technology in a lightweight midsize utility package. Suzuki claims these fuel-injected models are the only utility ATVs in their class available in both manual and automatic transmissions.

All-new True Timber XD3 Camo bodywork is available on the full range of KingQuad models. The design provides increased camouflage for hunting and other outdoor activities.

Flame Red and Terra Green are other color options for the full 2013 KingQuad lineup.

More information about the 2013 Suzuki KingQuads can be found at Suzukicycles.com.

Posted by Arlo Redwine

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