Suzuki has released some of the ATV industry’s most trendsetting machines, and we’d love to see
their innovative engineering applied to a
UTV, but 2014 is a conservative year for
the Japanese giant.
No models have been added or
dropped for next year, and the familiar
Suzuki four-wheelers received only
color and graphic changes for 2014.
Suzuki’s Z400 and Z90 sport quads
and their full line of sport utility models
are among the best machines available,
so here are their new looks and key
New looks for
Suzuki’s sport and
sport utility quads
Serious performance; light, precise handling; and impressive, fully adjustable suspension make the
Z400 the best all-around sport quad for a huge range of riders. The free-revving, fuel-injected,
double-overhead-cam, four-valve-per-cylinder engine is known for exciting power and impressive
durability, and reverse makes this machine a favorite of trail riders. The Z400 retails for $7099.
The Z90 is a beautifully refined,
scaled-down sport machine. Unlike
some kids’ quads, even the controls
are specially sized for smaller hands.
Suzuki’s KingQuad 750 Power-Steering Limited Edition boasts the
largest single-cylinder ATV engine.
The powerful, 722cc, fuel-injected,
motor is also among the smoothest
big 4x4 powerplants, thanks to dual
counterbalancers. Independent rear
suspension and a 4WD system with
differential-lock mode let the 750
handle brutal terrain with ease. The
Limited Edition comes in rich-looking
Metallic Matte Royal Gray. The price
is $9899. The non-power-steering
Limited Edition is $9099.