by John London
The Suzuki KingQuad 700 4 x 4 is a sport / utility all-terrain vehicle, also known as ATV or quad, produced in 2006 and 2007 by Suzuki Motor Corporation. The “700” in the ATV’s name refers to its engine’s displacement, which measures 695 cubic centimeters, or 42.4 cubic inches. The vehicle can be operated in two- and four-wheel drive modes.
The Suzuki KingQuad 700 4 × 4 is equipped with a liquid-cooled single-cylinder DOHC engine. The engine bore and stroke measure 102.0 and 85.0 mm, respectively. A fairly large bore helps the engine develop abundant torque, especially in the low to medium rpm range. The compression ratio is 10.0: 1. The air-fuel mixture goes to the engine through Suzuki’s own fuel injection system, used in many of Suzuki’s high-performance motorcycles.
The ATV comes with oil-damped double A-arm independent front and rear suspension with five preload settings. The Suzuki KingQuad 700 4 x 4 is equipped with dual hydraulic front disc brakes and sealed hydraulic rear disc brakes. The vehicle has AT 25 x 8-12 front tires and AT 25 x 10-12 rear tires. The Suzuki KingQuad 700 4 x 4 comes in black, green and red colors.
Physical capacities and measurements
The Suzuki KingQuad 700 4×4 measures 83.5 inches long, 47.6 inches wide, and 48.0 inches high. The wheelbase is 50.4 inches long, while the ground clearance measures 10.2 inches. The seat is 33.9 inches tall. The Suzuki KingQuad is equipped with a 4.6-gallon fuel tank that comes with a vacuum-operated petcock, a convenient stick-type fuel gauge, and a ratchet-style fuel cap. The vehicle weighs 602 pounds. without gasoline, motor oil and other fluids.