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2009 Suzuki KingQuad 750AXi Review Photo Gallery

Our quad correspondents from ATV on Demand put another big-bore sport utility ATV through the testing gauntlet with the power steering-equipped 2009 Suzuki KingQuad 750AXi. Read the full report in our 2009 Suzuki KingQuad 750AXi Review.

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Raised footpegs leave plenty of room to pivot without hitting the floorboards which gives the rider extra control and comfort.
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It has easy hand-operated controls and a 40-watt headlight is also mounted on the bars.
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The KingQuad is available in Camo or as a Limited Edition black model, but white is the only standard colorway.
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'It’s nearly perfect power delivery makes the big-bore easy to handle in slow, technical situations
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Delivery through the powertrain is selectable 2WD or 4WD with a locked front differential option.
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The steel racks front (66 lbs capacity) and rear (132 lbs) lend to its workman heritage.
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Water-tight storage is a must for utility ATVs.
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A redesigned sway bar helps control the rear end where five-way preload adjustable independent suspension uses A-arm lowers and I-Beam upper connection for stability while using the 7.7 inches of available travel.
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Minor front-end body roll in corners and a tendency to dive on steep downhills were the only handling complaints.
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Total output isn’t as great as some of its twin-cylinder competitors, but the engine runs strong and flawless with almost no vibrations anywhere in the rev range.
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. Front A-arm caster was increased from 1.6- to 3.3-degrees and trail was reduced from 16.7mm to 3.4mm and it was given another 5mm of toe-out.
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The plastic front grill/bumper with integrated 30-watt halogen lights adds refinement.
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The stock tires fall short and leave the bike feeling less planted than it should.
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The motor has no problem on sporty trail rides or doing hard manual labor.
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Stopping duties are performed by sealed oil-bath rear and brake that our testers found extremely durable, if not the most potent stopper.
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The exhaust note is subdued and there is no internal engine noise.
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The automatic transmission uses high/low and reverse ranges operated by shift lever on the left-hand side of the steering column
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The handlebar-mounted digital display never left us wanting with tons of information (speedometer, odometer, twin trip meters, hour meter, clock, fuel gauge, drive range, drive mode (4WD, 4WD lock) and LED indicators for neutral, reverse, 4WD lock, FI/water temp).
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The EPS model costs an extra $1000, but it is definitely a bargain.
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Suzuki has reworked the KingQuad 750AXi to accept electronic power steering.