Suzuki Introduces 2009 QuadSport Z400

Publish Date: 
Jun 16, 2008

SUZUKI TODAY unveiled the brand-new 2009 QuadSport Z400. The company says the model inherits features from its QuadRacer LT-R450: fuel injection, ECM settings for improved traction, and aggressive styling. Listed below are the specifications Suzuki has released so far. There has been no word on pricing.

Suzuki introduced the QuadSport Z400 in 2002. At the time its liquid-cooled DOHC engine was first in its class, according to Suzuki. The machine did well in ATV motocross. In 2004, Doug Gust used the QuadSport Z400 to win the ATVA Pro class championship, earning the first title for a four-stroke production quad.

2009 QuadSport Z400 Specifications



Engine
Engine Cooling Liquid-Cooled
Valvetrain DOHC, 4 Valves
Fuel Delivery Fuel Injection, 36 mm
ECU 16 bit
ROM 96 Kilobyte
Compression Ratio 11.3:1
Injector 12 hole
Displacement 398cm3 (24.3 cu. in)
Bore 90.0 mm (3.543 in)
Stroke 62.6 mm (2.465 in)
Chassis
Wide Footpegs (46mm)
Front Track Widened (960mm) 37.8 in
Seat Height 810 mm (31.9 in)
Ground Clearance 265 mm (10.4 in)
Overall Width 1190 mm (46.9 in)
Overall Length 1830mm (72.0 in)
Curb Mass 193 kg (425 lbs)
Headlight 12V 40/40W
Detachable, single

The MSRP is $6,199, which is $200 over the price of last year's model. The Z400 will ship in September.