If you don’t want power steering, check out the base KingQuad 750.
It has the same engine and suspension as the 750 power-steering
models and is available is Terra Green or Flame Red for $8899.
There’s also a KingQuad 750 power-steering
camo model for $9999 and a non-power-steering KingQuad 750 camo for $9299.
The KingQuad 500 Power
Steering has a lighter, single-overhead-cam, four-valve
engine in a chassis nearly identical
to the 750. It has outstandingly balanced
power and handling with all of the 750’s
key features, like independent rear
suspension and selectable 2WD/4WD
with front differential lock, at a much
more affordable price level. It’s available in
Flame Red or Terra Green for $8599. The
non-power-steering model is $7899. The
KingQuad 500 power-steering camo is
$8999. The KingQuad 500 camo without
power steering costs $8299.
Suzuki’s Kingquad 400 4x4s are simpler, air-cooled machines with solid-axle rear suspension. They have selectable 2WD/4WD, but no front
differential-lock mode. The 376cc, single-overhead-cam, four-valve engine
has fuel injection for easy starting and excellent fuel economy. The
KingQuad 400ASi has a fully automatic, continuously variable, dual-range
transmission. The KingQuad 400FSi has a foot-shift, five-speed, manual
transmission with an automatic clutch. Both machines are $6499 in
Terra Green or Flame Red, or $6899 in camo.
The light, nimble, two-wheel-drive Ozark
250 has an air-cooled, 245cc, single-overhead-cam engine with a five-speed,
automatic-clutch transmission. Double
A-arm front suspension and solid rear-axle suspension give it sporty handling.
It’s available in Terra Green or Flame
Red for $4599. ❑