Need a powerhouse ATV? See the Suzuki Kingquad 750 AXI

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By Jason Bean

We at Torqued Magazine love cool, tough, well built machines. And we really loved that we had an the opportunity to review the crazy awesome 2019 Suzuki King Quad 750. This is a machine that we feel meets our expectations of what a cool, tough, well built machine should be. 

We received our test unit right at the beginning of winter and honestly it was great timing. We get some crazy winters here in our neck of the woods, and this latest winter was no slouch. Who doesnt want to take a beefy powerhouse of a Quad into deep snow? We sure do. 

For our winter riding we were able to mount some extra goodies onto our machine. Including a Warn 3500 lb winch and a Warn snow plow. And it worked out to perfection. 

We decided our first hurdle of testing this machine would be to see it’s ability to pull a redneck snow sled (aka Cadillac car hood) with some willing volunteers on the sled. What we noticed that stood outstand immediately was the weight and power of this machine. It handled that sled like it was nothing. We’ve used other Quads to pull this same setup and the redneck sled pulled those machines around more than they pulled it. Not the case here. The King Quad handled the weight of the sled perfectly. 

Hurdle #2 Deep snow riding.

With the 4 wheel drive and locking differential on the King Quad we made short work of snow covered trails never getting stuck.

Winter hurdle #3. This is a test you never see reviewers do, yet every person that has owned a Quad has done. The “Let it sit out in the freezing elements” test. We get some cold weather, negative temps are pretty common here in winter. So why not see how the King Quad starts up and runs after a good sit in the freezing cold? Well we did it and the King Quad responded with a “Thank you, may I please have some more.”  Every time we had instant start up with the awesome EFI system. A great stock battery and electric start made this machine a winner in this test.

And with the snow you have to talk about the plowing abilities. The pure power of this machine just killed it when pushing heavy snow around. The front shocks handled the plow weight like we hoped it would. And with a machine that is shaft driven we knew it would push the white stuff around.

With the end of winter came a muddy spring. So let’s do this muddy thing. 

Hurdle #4

Being the King Quad is a workhorse we decided, let’s make this machine work hard. Where best to do work but on the Ranch? And man did we work it. A super muddy, hay and manure filled cow pasture was our spot for this workout. And it didn’t disappoint. It towed, it hauled, it flung the dung. Ranch test passed.

For our Fifth and Final Hurdle we put the King Quad through some Rocky Mountain riding.

We put the King over some good sized rocks, through some deep forests and up some steep hills. And without a doubt it was built for this type of riding.  The super comfortable seat and handle bars made the long rides feel great. The updated shocks just soaked up the bumps. Leading to a smooth ride that didn’t wear us down.

Do we like this machine? No.

 We actually love this this machine. 

The versatility and usability will satisfy the needs of all those that ride this machine.

Here’s some of the specs. 

Engine722 cc (44.1 cubic in.) 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 4-valve, DOHC single cylinder
Bore x Stroke104.0 x 85.0 mm (4.094 x 3.346 in.)
Compression Ratio9.9 : 1
Fuel SystemSuzuki electronic fuel injection
StarterElectric
LubricationWet sump
DRIVETRAIN
TransmissionAutomatic variable ratio (V-belt), with high/low-range, and reverse
ClutchDry shoe, automatic, centrifugal type
Driven Wheels2WD, 4WD & 4WD differential lock
Final DriveShaft drive
CHASSIS
Suspension FrontIndependent, double wishbone, coil spring, gas charged and oil damped with 5-way preload adjustable shock absorbers
Suspension RearIndependent, double wishbone, coil spring, gas charged and oil damped with 5-way preload adjustable shock absorbers
Brakes FrontDisc brakes, twin rotors
Brakes RearSealed oil-bathed multi-disc
Tires FrontAT25 x 8-12**, tubeless type x 2
Tires RearAT25 x 10-12**, tubeless type x 2
Fuel Tank Capacity4.6 US gal. (17.5 L)
ColorTrue Timber XD3
ELECTRICAL
IgnitionElectronic ignition (transistorized)
Headlight12V 35/35W x 2 fender-mounted, 12V 35W x 1 handlebar-mounted
TaillightLED
DIMENSIONS
Overall Length84.6 in. (2150 mm)
Overall Width47.8 in. (1215 mm)
Overall Height50.6 in. (1285 mm)
Wheelbase50.6 in. (1285 mm)
Ground Clearance10.2 in. (260 mm)
Seat Height36.2 in. (920 mm)
Curb Weight725 lbs. (329 kg.)

Suzuki has made some amazing updates to the 2019 King Quad. The strengthened frame has helped to increase the towing capabilites. The updated shocks are super smooth. This year there is a bigger output power steering that just make this machine easy to handle. They also made updates to the fuel injection, the engine and the transmission making for smoother more powerful get up and go from a stop. 

This King Quad is the King Quad you’ve always wanted and it’s  finally here. 

We highly recommend it.

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