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Suzuki KingQuad 450AXi 4x4 Auto

Suzuki KingQuad 450AXi 4x4 Auto

Got rough roads to travel? The 2008 lineup of ATVs will make them much smoother for you.



Highlights: Dry weight 606 lbs.; 10.2-in. ground clearance; 4.6-gal. fuel capacity; 198-lb. combined carrying capacity of front and rear cargo racks; 992-lb. towing capacity; MSRP — $6,599




454cc, liquid-cooled, SOHC, 4-stroke, single-cylinder engine

QuadMatic V-belt continuously variable transmission with high/low range sub-transmission and engine brake system


2WD/4WD/4WD front differential lock

Front Suspension: Independent, double A-arm, oil-damped, five preload settings; Rear Suspension: Independent, double A-Arm, oil-damped, five preload settings

Dual hydraulic front disc brakes and sealed hydraulic rear disc brakes; digital LCD instrument display; tough steel tube racks; 2.8-liter front storage compartment; center-mounted trailer hitch; automotive-style shift lever; full floorboards w/mud drain holes

Thoughts: A stylish, easy-to-operate machine with lots of power and high towing capacity

(American Suzuki Corp., 1-800-828-RIDE, www.suzukicycles.com)

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