Suzuki Announces 2014 ATV Lineup
Suzuki enters 2014 after a long 2013 filled with restructuring and major changes coming off the heels of the company moving away from its automotive U.S. market. The move away from automotive can be viewed as a positive since it will allow the company to focus on its powersports division after celebrating 50 years in America in 2013. Suzuki also lays claim to 30 years in the marketplace and being “First on 4 Wheels” with its LT-125 model, so it enters the 2014 model year with optimism for the future.
Suzuki just announced its 2014 ATV Lineup today, which will see the return of its KingQuad sport-utility ATVs and its sporty entry-level Quadsport Z90. The KingQuad lineup is headlined by the 750AXi, which features a compact electric power steering system, fully independent suspension, a locking front differential and fuel-injection for its 722cc engine.
The KingQuad lineup includes a number of models for 2014 aside from the 750 AXi. The KingQuad 500AXi returns for 2014 powered by a 493cc fuel-injected engine, which is mated to a QuadMatic CVT-type automatic transmission. It features independent front and rear suspension and a locking front diff to help tackle the trails or handle that next job. The KingQuad 400 ASi will be offered in 2014, available in a standard or Camo color option. Suzuki will also offer the value-minded Ozark 250 in the new model year.
For the young sport-minded ATV enthusiast Suzuki will offer the QuadSport Z90, a entry-level unit designed for riders 12 and up. The four-stroke-powered Z90 features electric start, a screw-type throttle limiter for learning riders, a CVT automatic transmission, and single A-arm front suspension with dual independent shock absorbers with a single-shock rear suspension to soak up the bumps.
For more information about Suzuki and its 2014 offerings, visit http://www.suzuki.com/.