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Suzuki KingQuad 400 Manual

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KingQuad 400 Manual
Features Technical Spec
The new KingQuad 400 now features fuel injection for greater fuel economy, smoother power delivery and improved reliability with better cold starting.

Adding further to the 400’s practicality is the new digital multi-function display which includes handy features such as an hour-meter, clock and fuel gauge, all in an easy to read format.

The powerful 376cc engine works with the 32mm throttle body and new cylinder head to deliver an increased power and torque curve across the rev range.

A 5-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension and dual hydraulic front discs make the KingQuad highly manoeuvrable, enabling you to tackle a wide range of jobs quickly and safely.

The KingQuad 400 offers an amazingly comfortable and practical ride with a sporty feel and an aggressive look. This all adds up to a great value ATV for the mid-size class.
KingQuad 400 Manual
Features Technical Spec
The new KingQuad 400 now features fuel injection for greater fuel economy, smoother power delivery and improved reliability with better cold starting.

Adding further to the 400’s practicality is the new digital multi-function display which includes handy features such as an hour-meter, clock and fuel gauge, all in an easy to read format.

The powerful 376cc engine works with the 32mm throttle body and new cylinder head to deliver an increased power and torque curve across the rev range.

A 5-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension and dual hydraulic front discs make the KingQuad highly manoeuvrable, enabling you to tackle a wide range of jobs quickly and safely.

The KingQuad 400 offers an amazingly comfortable and practical ride with a sporty feel and an aggressive look. This all adds up to a great value ATV for the mid-size class.
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