The first Quadrunner released by Suzuki was the LT125 in 1983. Since then, the four-wheeled ATV has come a long way and Suzuki is celebrating the anniversary with the new True Timber XD3 Camo option and special edition KingQuad models.
You can find the KingQuad 750AXi or the KingQuad 750AXi Power Steering model with a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine, as well as the KingQuad 500AXi and KingQuad 500 AXi Power Steering models, the major difference being 722cc vs. 493cc engines. Both power steering models will come with an optional special edition package for 2013, which include a Metallic Matte Royal Red color and a commemorative 30th anniversary edition badge.
The Suzuki 750 KingQuads have fully independent A-arm front suspensions and I-beam rear suspensions, a high/low selectable sub transmission, adjustable shocks and a locking front differential. If you are not into the anniversary edition, you can also find these without power steering in Terra Green or Flame Red starting at $8699 or with power steering they start at $9499, unlike the anniversary edition starting at $9899.
The Suzuki 500 KingQuads have a starting price of $7899 for the basic version and the anniversary edition at $9099. But, if you are looking for a less expensive option, the KingQuad 400s start at about $6499, and these are available in both manual and automatic transmission versions.
The True Timber XD3 Camo option bodywork is available for all the KingQuad models and will set you back a few more dollars, but is something to consider if you use your ATV primarily for hunting. This bodywork was designed to help you blend in with your surroundings even better than previous models.
The new Suzuki 2013 ATV’s are expected to start rolling onto Suzuki Dealers showroom floors around June 2013.