Suzuki Strikes First With 2020 Models Hot
Suzuki Strikes First With 2020 Models
Well it is that time again.... Manufacturers are starting to release their 2020 models, with a bunch on the way starting in June. Suzuki however, wanted to be the first out of the gate with its 2020 models, so say hello to the 2020 KingQuads. The 2019 KingQuad lineup was a completely new ATV for both the KingQuad 500 and KingQuad 750, which means there are no drastic changes to the 2020 models. Here is what you want to know.
Suzuki KingQuad 750 & 500 Models
There are no changes for 2020 other than a new color and the new XD3 TrueTimber camo pattern. The camo versions also have a blacked-out aluminum wheels for an added "stealth" while in the wild. Don't forget the new color called Solid Matte Sword Black (sounds ominous).
Suzuki KingQuad 400 Models
There are no changes to the 2020 KingQuad 400 ATV models except for the addition of an SE+ model covered in Metallic Matte Colorado Bronze (which is sharp).
For more information on the 2020 check out Suzuki Website
Here is the official 2020 model release from Suzuki
KingQuad 750/500 Models
Suzuki’s rugged line of KingQuad 750 and 500 models underwent a full technical and styling makeover in 2019. Now, the versatile 2020 line-up returns with new models and features that further reinforce that“Nothing is Built Like a KingQuad”.Fresh from Suzuki’s manufacturing facility in Rome, Georgia are the new KingQuad 750/500AXi Power Steering SE Camo models. These new models are finished off in TrueTimber’s proven XD3 camouflage with a special, blacked-out set of Suzuki’s lightweight, cast-aluminum wheels. The XD3 camo designation refers to an “Xtreme Detail, Depth and Deception” image that is compromised of natural browns, grays, and subtle hints of green, helping the SE Camo models blend naturally with its surroundings.
Also new are Solid Matte Sword Black versions of the KingQuad 750/500 Power Steering SE+ models. These KingQuad ATV’s are also fitted with the new, blacked-out cast-aluminum wheels for a stealthy appearance. The popular Metallic Matte Colorado Bronze version of the KingQuad 750/500 Power Steering SE+ returns with cast-aluminum wheels featuring machined spoke and rim edges for a luxurious appearance that’s unique among sport utility ATVs.
Ready to take on anything from ranching, hunting or trail riding, the KingQuad 750/500AXi Power Steering and Power Steering SE models are back delivering low-effort control via their electronic power steering systems that also damp vibration to the rider. The Power Steering SE versions are fitted with the lightweight, cast-aluminum wheels with machined spoke and rim edges, while the standard KingQuad 750/500 models use strong steel wheels with a durable matte black powder coat finish.
KingQuad 400 Models
In 2019, the KingQuad 750 and 500 models in Metallic Matte Colorado Bronze received rave reviews and now, riders can get that exciting look, complete with the lightweight, cast-aluminum wheels, on the new 2020 KingQuad 400ASi SE+ model. Other KingQuad 400 models including the popular 400ASi Camo, the 400ASi, and the lively 400FSi manual transmission model, will also return in 2020.Each new Suzuki Off-road, ATV, and DualSport model is backed by our Limited Warranty1. Additionally the coverage period and other benefits can be expanded through Suzuki Extended Protection. Click here to learn more or visit a Suzuki dealer for details.