Suzuki’s all new KingQuad 750 will make its LAMMA debut.

Launched in the Autumn of 2018, the new KingQuad 750 and 500 models boast an impressive 600kg towing capacity, sharp new styling and a range of rider-friendly new features including a handlebar-mounted headlight to improve visibility into the turn plus additional water-resistant storage compartments to help you carry more equipment. 

In addition, the front suspension, steering system and rear stabiliser are all new, which combine to deliver excellent straight-line stability, sure footed handling when cornering and improved overall manoeuvrability. The handlebars have also been raised which improves the riding position, allowing for longer and easier rides. 

Impressive refinements have also been made to the tried and tested engine to continue Suzuki’s reputation for high levels of performance and reliability. The new multi-function instrument panel is also easier to view and includes a service reminder icon, which notifies the rider when the ATV is due for its routine service. Couple this with newly designed body parts that allow easier access to key components such as the fuel filter, means that customers will benefit from easier and lower cost servicing.

The show, organised by AgriBriefing, is the UK’s leading agricultural machinery equipment and service show which works to aid in the development of the industry. Each year the number of attendees has increased, and this year will be no exception with 11 halls and 700 exhibitors taking part in the event.

George Cheeseman, head of Suzuki’s ATV and Marine divisions said: “We have been a long-term supporter of the LAMMA show and embrace the move to the NEC and an indoor event, especially at the time of year it is held. We are anticipating another great show and are pleased to be showcasing our new flagship model, the new KingQuad 750, and looking forward to giving our customers even more insight into the real-world benefits that its innovative new features deliver.”