2008 Suzuki KingQuad 750 Review

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The first test was simple—the had to start. An air temperature of -11 degrees and a stiff northwest wind for frigid conditions. After on a couple of gulps of arctic the engine purred to life at a idle. This alone is a for the fuel injection system. The the key is turned on, the 750’s higher pitch proclaims that it is and has a nastier attitude than the 700 does.

The 750 itches to be driven and the steep acceleration curve into the CVT will allow an quad pilot to execute his dreams well. After a of minutes warming up the engine, it was to ride.

Flash-frozen exhaust gasses of a 747 contrail formed a plume the machine as we guided the 750 down roads. Aftermarket hand from Raider Powersports reduce windchill on the hands. the 750 is a ‘Sport-Utility’ ATV, Suzuki did not the sport half of the equation.

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riding is different—it’s colder. No the cold notably increased the of the strut damping fluids, the fluid and the gearcase fluids. on off-road trails, while some air here and there, up the 750 to allow for an objective evaluation of its

I felt the extra power of the 750 the 700. Every time I dug the throttle asking for more such as escaping a ‘stuck’ in snow or skating up a steep, hill, the extra juice was (just like the 700) but perhaps a little extra. a power fiend, I love the unquestioning throttle response of the 750.

Overall, Suzuki’s motors might be the smoothest ATV power on the market today. The exhaust is stainless steel and keeps the outflow very quiet. As be expected from a big single, the air puts out a slight amount of but nothing annoying. Riding on ice and requires the four-wheel-drive switch to be if you want to stay under

Sometimes I did, sometimes I but whether spinning out or tracking in a line the extra horsepower was and easily harnessed by the updated suspension and steering. There’s not traffic competing for space on the roads, but most states in the US that a rider stays off of snowmobile trails.

The 750 handles better than year’s 700 did. The steering is precise and the suspension is better Suzuki worked at improving characteristics for 2008 and the work has off noticeably.

The 750 has five-way adjustable cushioning the rider and load. KYB absorb energy from the double-wishbone front and rear assemblies. A swaybar is tucked in the back, just like the 450 and 700 Quads.

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The 750 has a starting clutch for positive belt engagement and an sprag clutch in the cvt putting torque back into the Engine braking in hills is design that Suzuki truly be commended for. A can roll into a downhill run as comfortably as riding on flat

It’s a system that is to beat. Disc brakes in the and a fluid-shear brake in back predictable stopping power.

a steaming cup of hot coffee in hand and a trooper hat keeping my cranium I took some time to the elegant simplicity of Suzuki’s There are few electronic gadgets of the fuel injection system and the speedometer. Handlebar controls are the as in the past—with the CPSC mandated stop and high/low beam next to the left hand and the four-wheel drive/front locker next to the right hand

The cargo racks are spartan in the sense of the word—made for utility, an extra layer of powder-coated paint to help sustain appearance.

Tires are one area that probably use some improvement. aggressive and deeper lugs carry this beast effectively through a mud pit. the stock tires are not bad, hasn’t improved its stock as much as some competitors

The digital gauge is very and offers the same information as in the Fit and finish is good. I took off the to look underneath it and discovered installing the seat is a very operation, a small touch but one Suzuki’s thorough quality The front end has the ‘open mouth’ down low, which winch installation and operation a and it makes radiator access too. The headlight and grille sleek and aggressive.

There is a spot for a ball to pull a trailer or implement in the All in all, Suzuki has delivered a sweet ride with the KingQuad 750. It’s got power and better handling the company’s previous monarch, the while maintaining the distinctive personality that many ATV have come to love.


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