First Look at Suzuki’s Revised 2019 KingQuad 750

Introducing the 2019 Suzuki KingQuad 750

It’s not the 850 or 1000cc KingQuad that I was hoping Suzuki had up its sleeve, especially after not being very active in the ATV segment for the last decade. But, I will admit, I’ve always liked the KingQuad and I’m digging some of the changes that have been made. Before I thoroughly shake the machine down and prepare my review, below is a bullet list of the changes and details.

Suzuki will offer the KingQuad in three models a 400, 500 and 750.

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2019 KingQuad 750 AXi  REVISIONS

– All-new styling and bodywork design
– Increased towing capacity (up to 1322 lbs.) and easier to
ride on any terrain, stronger frame, new shock absorbers
and stabilizer bar, refined brakes, easier control via updated
steering calibration
– Updated engine delivers more power, stronger and smoother
acceleration, enhanced engine braking and new piston oil-jet
cooling, full emissions compliance
– New fender- and handlebar-mounted lights, and new low-draw
LED taillight, new LED dash is easier to read with service reminders,
fender-mounted power outlet
– Wider range of genuine Suzuki accessories


– The powerful 722 cc, DOHC, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke engine
has new, refined tuning to deliver increased low- to mid-range torque as well
as increased high-rpm power.
– The engine’s oil pump size and capacity is increased to increase flow and to
supply the new piston oil jet system to increase engine durability.
– The cylinder and head are canted forward for a low center of gravity,
resulting in reduced engine height and lower seat height. High-mount air
intake avoids water and debris.
– The 4-valve cylinder head has large 36 mm intake valves and straight ports
for superb cylinder charging efficiency. A sportbike-derived chain-and-gear
camshaft drive system creates a compact cylinder head.
– A lightweight aluminum cylinder uses SCEM (Suzuki Composite Electrochemical
Material) coating for excellent heat transfer and ring sealing, resulting in superb
combustion chamber efficiency.
– The engine also features dual balancer shafts for smooth operation.
– Advanced Suzuki Fuel Injection improves throttle response and fuel efficiency
while delivering power consistently across the full rev-range, and improves
engine starting in all conditions.
– The new KingQuad achieves US emissions compliance, including California
models that conform to the state’s stringent evaporative emissions standard
(eligible for green sticker registration).
– High-capacity aluminum radiator with large diameter, thermostatically
controlled cooling fan provides stable engine operating temperature.

– The QuadmaticTM CVT-type automatic transmission provides versatility and
convenience with a fender-mounted gate-type shifter for high/low range
selection. Its advanced engine-braking system minimizes free-wheeling
with the throttle off and helps control vehicle speed during steep descents.
– New CVT spring and weight calibration provides smoother and stronger
acceleration from stops and matches the engine’s performance to the
chassis’ increased towing capacity.
– The new CVT tuning also improves engine braking function to boost rider
confidence and comfort during downhill riding.
– A compact torque-sensing limited-slip front differential offers potent traction
plus light steering. A differential-lock system provides serious 4WD traction.
– Handlebar-mounted push-button controls permit easy selection between
2WD, 4WD and differential-lock 4WD. An override button on the left handlebar
can be used to override the normal speed limiter when stuck in the mud.

Suzuki KingQuad 750AXi SE in white

– To increase rider comfort, make the ATV easier to ride on any terrain and increase towing capacity, the KingQuad’s frame is new with thicker main tubes and redesigned brackets in key areas.
– The steering characteristics are now tuned to an “under-steer” condition for reduced effort and tighter turning in tight conditions. This permits higher, more comfortable handlebars to be used.
– The bold, new bodywork features high-clearance fenders that offer great protection for the rider from flying debris. Refined panels simplify maintenance needs, such as oil level checks, fuel and air filter service.
– Independent double A-arm front suspension (6.7 inches of wheel travel) includes new large diameter, gas-charged shock absorbers with 5-way spring preload adjustment.
– Fully independent, A-arm/I-beam rear suspension with 7.7 inches of wheel
travel includes new large diameter, gas-charged shock absorbers with 5-way spring preload adjustment.
– A new, larger diameter rear stabilizer bar with more compliant bushings helps control body movement while reducing shocks to the rider.
– The dual hydraulic front disc brakes have new brake pad material, fluid lines and lever ratio to optimize braking performance.
– The sealed, multi-plate rear brake system features a new foot brake lever ratio for enhanced rider control. The rear brake’s clutch-type design provides high durability, reduced unsprung weight and low maintenance.
– High traction 25-inch CARLISLE tires are mounted on strong steel wheels with a durable, powder-coated matte-black finish.
– Suzuki’s plush T-shaped seat delivers rider mobility during spirited or difficult terrain riding.
– Polyethylene skid plates provide protection with minimal resistance over rocks
and rough terrain. Durable plastic guards protect the front and rear half shafts.


A revised 2″ receiver is included and towing is increased from 900 to 1030lbs.

– The new 35W handlebar-mounted headlight illuminates the trail in the
direction you are steering the ATV. Dual 35W headlights (with high and low
settings) are part of the new, distinctive KingQuad bodywork.
– A new, low-draw and bright LED tail light helps make the ATV visible in dark
conditions while conserving power.
– A new receiver-type trailer hitch mount makes it easy to select the type of
equipment you want to move with the KingQuad’s higher towing capacity
(up to 1322 lbs.).
– Winch-ready mounts and wire conduit make winch installation simple.
– A new, fully redesigned multi-function instrument panel has improved
appearance and visibility and provides service reminders based on running
time or mileage. The instrumentation includes LCD readouts for speedometer,
odometer, twin tripmeter, hour meter, clock, fuel level, driving range and
drive mode. LED indicators for high, low, neutral, reverse and 2WD/4WD and
differential-locked 4WD. LED cautions for fuel injection and engine temperature.
– High-output, 3-phase charging system feeds an 18-amp maintenancefree
battery for abundant power for easy starting and accessory use. A
sealed 12V accessory outlet is standard.
– The large 4.6 gallon (17.5 L) fuel tank is positioned for a low center of gravity.
It includes a vacuum-operated petcock and a ratchet-style filler cap (which
prevents overtightening so it can be easily unscrewed for refilling).
– A new, large 4.0 liter storage compartment is centrally added to the rear of
the ATV adjacent to the existing 4.0 liter left-side compartment to increase
cargo capacity. The 2.8 liter water resistant front storage compartment
includes an easy access screw-on cap.
– The rugged steel-tube cargo racks have wrinkle paint finish for durability
and scratch resistance.
– Full floorboards with integrated raised footpegs provide protection.
– A variety of Suzuki Genuine Accessories are available, including winches,
windshield, front and rear bumpers, a new quick-release snow plow,
aluminum skid pans, rack extensions, utility box and more.
– 12-month limited warranty.

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