Press are invited to the stand between 10:30-11.30 on 21st June to meet and greet with the Head of ATV George Cheeseman, and Director of Motorcycle, ATV and Marine, Paul de Lusignan. There will also be the opportunity to take photos and conduct interviews. The Suzuki stand can be found on Avenue R, stand 257.
Suzuki recently announced the launch of three new KingQuad ATVs, the KingQuad 750, KingQuad 500 power steering and 500 non-power steering, with the new 750 making its UK debut at the 2018 Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh next week.
With engine and chassis upgrades, new features and aggressive new styling the ATVs are already making an impression across the network. The chassis upgrades mean that all three models can now tow an impressive market-leading 600kg, an increase of 33% from the previous models. As well as this, the front suspension, steering system, power steering system and rear stabiliser are all new, which combine to deliver excellent straight-line stability as well as sure-footed handling when cornering and improved manoeuvrability.
Major refinements and changes have been made to the engine unit to continue Suzuki’s reputation for high levels of performance and reliability. Suzuki has also introduced a range of features such as a handlebar-mounted headlight to improve visibility into the turn, plus new additional storage compartments to help the rider carry more equipment. The new multi-function instrument panel is also easier to view and includes a service reminder icon, which pops up when the ATV is due for its routine service. Then, once the ATV is in with an Authorised Suzuki Dealer for its service, the work itself has been made easier through the re-design of some body parts that make some components such as the fuel filter, easier to access.
The new model will be the first to arrive in the UK, and will sit proudly on the Suzuki stand in the Agricultural Area (Avenue R, stand 257) for the entirety of the show.