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Suzuki revealed the 2012 edition of its KingQuad ASi Camo. The new model features a series of technical upgrades which help it remain on the same line with its rivals. The main upgrades are represented by a new fuel injection system and a fresh digital speedometer.

The 2012 KingQuad 400ASi Camo continues to be powered by the same 376cc four-stroke, four-valve engine. The engine however, has received new cam profiles and inner structures of the muffler for increased performance. Additionally, Suzuki’s new fuel injection system makes the engine smoother in the mid-to-high range. The fuel injection system also uses 3-D ignition maps for optimum ignition and more efficiency. The engine’s power is sent to the wheels through Suzuki’s fully automatic QuadMatic CVT transmission. There is also available a high-low selectable sub-transmission which helps you tackle a wider variety of terrains.

The transmission is combined with a torque-sensing limited-slip front differential which enhances performance in 4WD mode and helps you steer easier.

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The Suzuki QuadSPort Z400 Limited received a series of upgrades for 2013 which help it remain on top of the pack.

The 2013 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Limited is equipped with a strong 398cc 4-stroke, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled Dual Overhead Cam engine with counter- balancer, CDI ignition and electric start system with includes Start-In-Gear feature. The last two are powered by a compact maintenance-free battery.

An important new feature for 2013 is the new fuel-injection system which features a 36mm throttle body and 12-hole injector. There is also a new Engine Control Unit which uses a 16-bit CPU and a 96-kilobyte ROM unit.

Other upgrades for the 2013 Suzuki QuadSport Z400 Limited include a wider front track (+25mm), wider footpegs and improved rigidity for the chassis.

As far as styling goes, the 2013 model features a sharper design language which gives it a more athletic stance.

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Using the same advanced technologies as the Suzuki KingQuad 750AXi, the KingQuad 500AXi is built with utility and efficiency in mind. Thanks to its rugged character, the KingQuad 500AXi is the perfect solution for those looking for a utility vehicle that able to deal with the toughest terrains with poise.

The 500AXi is now available with a long list of modern features which make it easier to drive and more practical. The most important features include power steering, camo paintjob, independent rear suspension, a locking front differential and a digital instrument panel with speedometer, odometer, twin trip meters, hour meter, clock, fuel gauge, driving range position and drive mode.

The ATV is equipped with a fuel-injected 722cc engine, mounted on a high-tensile steel frame. Power is sent to the wheels through a QuadMatic CVT-type automatic transmission with fender-mounted gate-type shifter operation for high/low forward ranges, plus neutral and reverse.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2012 Suzuki KingQuad 500AXi.

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The Yamaha YZF450R is a relativelly compact ATV powered by a fuel injected 449cc, 4-Stroke Single, liquid cooled 5-Valve DOHC engine mated on a five speed transmission.

The Yamaha YFZ450R features a sporty and modern design language, an ergonomic handlebar and a well padded seat. To increase comfort, the ATV’s body panels that the rider contacts during operation are of a softer plastic material.

The wheels come with the inner lip rolled, a feature that improves rigidity and saves weight. Talking about the wheels they are 50 inches wide, are wrapped in rugged Dunlop tires and measure 21 inches in the front and 20 inches in the rear offering a pretty high ground clearance.

To keep the weight down without affecting the overall rigidity, the ATV features a bolted, lightweight aluminum frame with a tensioned steel frame member.

The Yamaha YZF450 R sits on front 44mm KYB shocks which offer 9.8 inches of wheel travel and a rear, fully adjustable 46mm KYB® piggyback shock absorber which offers a wheel travel of 11.0 inches.

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Searching for a rugged and strong ATV? Then you should take a closer look at the Yamaha Grizzly 550. The vehicle features a robust construction, is packed with a muscular 558cc engine and is also available with power steering which helps you move with agility in any situation. The 558cc engine delivers a generous amount of torque helping you tow big loads without any problems. The Grizzly 550 EPS has also a pretty good fuel economy and sports a high-capacity 20-litre fuel tank which offers a generous autonomy.

The ATV features Yamaha’s push-button On-Command 2WD/4WD system with locked-differential which lets you easily switch between drive modes, offering a fast change from crawling to climbing.

The ride quality is assured by a long-travel suspension that helps you deal easy with rugged terrain. The double A-Arm front suspension and Independent Rear Suspension can also adapt to a wide range of terrains.

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As a leading ATV manufacturer, Kawasaki constantly improves its modes and tries to keep the standards high. The crown jewelry in Kawasaki’s ATVs lineup is the big bore Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4 EPS which also comes with a military looking Camo paintjob.

Compared to the previous version, the 2012 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4 EPS Camo received a set of significant upgrades which help it stay in front of the heard.

Besides the full exterior facelift, the Brute Force 750 4x4 EPS Camo has also benefited by a series of performance upgrades which include electronic power steering (EPS), a stronger engine and double-wishbone front suspension.

Due to the numerous upgrades, the 2012 Brute Force 750 is 89 pounds heavy, than the previous model and weighs a total of 695 pounds. Though, despite its extra weight the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4 EPS Camo is still significantly lighter than the majority of its rivals.

Find out more about the Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4 EPS Camo after the jump.

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The large displacement ATV segment has become more competitive than ever and every manufacturer struggles to improve its products as much as possible without affecting the final price tag.

In the sport-utility ATV machines industry, Kawasaki is considered one of the major players and its Brute Force 650 4x4i leads the way when it comes to harsh jobs and reliability. This is the reason why many people will recommend the Force 650 4x4i if you are searching for a rugged ATV that’s able to do all the dirty work without compromising the rider’s comfort and ride quality.

At the heart of the Brute Force 650 4x4i lies a smooth 630cc 90-degree four-stroke V-Twin which cranks out a proper amount of low-to-mid range torque and enough high rpm power to help you tackle the harshest terrains with ease.

Apart from the capable V-Twin unit you’ll also get front and rear independent suspension which is able to deal well with both paved roads and savage terrains.

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There are many types of ATVs out there, with the big 750 cc models leading the way when it comes to performance and adrenaline rush. These big ATVs have a pretty strong pedigree and should be used only after you’ve gain some experience on smaller models like the Kawasaki Brute Force 300 for example.

This model is based on the big Brute Force 750 and borrows many design elements and technologies from its brother. Though there are a few major differences between them as apart from its smaller engine, the Brute Force 300 is offered with only two wheel drive mode and doesn’t come with power steering. Its dimensions are also more compact, but its design is strikingly similar to the Brute Force 750.

As far as practicality goes, the Brute Force 300 features a generous front storage box which is actually bigger than the one found at the 750 model. Additionally you’ll also find a relativelly spacious front fender pocket.

All these features are welcomed but there is something that sets the Kawasaki Brute Force 300 apart from the 300 cc crowd. And that’s the sporty digital display mounted on the handlebar which keeps you informed about speed, fuel, trip, time and other stats.

Find out more about the Kawasaki Brute Force 300 after the jump.
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The KingQuad 400 Fsi is part of Suzuki’s middleweight ATV line, but unlike its bigger brothers – the King Quad 750 and King Quad 500 – it is more efficient and agile.

The Japanese ATV is powered by an upgraded 376cc 4-stroke 4-valve engine that features new cam profiles and redesigned exhaust system which helps it deliver a better fuel efficiency. The 2012 version also features a new fuel injection system with 3-D ignition maps for increased performance thorough the rev range.

The engine’s power is kept in leash by Suzuki’s five-speed transmission with automatic clutch. The KingQuad 400si offers the possibility to select between either two or four wheel drive. Moreover, the ATV if also fitted with a new LCD digital instrument cluster which incorporates a speedometer, odometer, trip meter, hour meter, clock, fuel gauge and more, all of which are easy to read keeping you posted at any time.

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The KingQuad 750AXi is the most appreciated ATV in Suzuki’s lineup, but it may be a bit too strong and big for some people, so the Japanese company is also offering a slightly smaller and weaker model designed to cover the 500cc niche.

The Suzuki KingQuad 500AXi uses the same technology as its bigger sibling. Like the 750 AXi, the 500AXi was also designed for daily arduous jobs, being able to deal with any kind of terrain with ease.

At the heart of the 500 AXi sits a fuel-injected 493cc engine which sends its power to all four wheels by means of a CVT automatic transmission. As any respectable ATV, the Suzuki KingQuad 500AXi Camo is equipped with independent front and rear suspension, locking front differential, dual hydraulic front disc brakes and a sealed, multi-plate rear brake system.

Find out more about the Suzuki KingQuad 500AXi Camo after the jump.


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