The new ATV won honors from five ATV magazines.

Suzuki's all-new KingQuad 700 ATV recently captured five major industry awards. The new big-bore sport/utility vehicle was awarded "ATV of the Year" by ATV Magazine, "Best in Class - Big Bore Sport Utility" byAll-Terrain Vehicle, "Big Bore Utility 4x4 Shootout" winner byDirt Wheels, "ATV of the Year" by ATV Rider, Canada, and "4X4 ATV of the Year" byATV Illustrated Magazine.

ATV of the Year, ATV Magazine (March 2005)
"Anyone who looks closely at the KingQuad will find features and benefits befitting ATV of the Year status. For us, it was the clear choice."

Best in Class - Big Bore Sport Utility, All-Terrain Vehicle Magazine (December 2004)
"The clincher in our selection was clearly the KingQuad's imposing torque generated by the hands-down most sophisticated and potent single cylinder mill in the class. Honestly, the KingQuad's urgent launches and immediate acceleration had everyone drooling for another pull on Suzuki's newest ATV."

Big Bore Utility 4x4 Shootout Winner, Dirt Wheels Magazine (January 2005)
"In this shootout, there was a clear winner: the 2005 Suzuki KingQuad. It is a complete package of excellent engineering and design. "¦ We think this is one of the best big-bore quads of all time."

ATV of the Year, ATV Rider Magazine (Canada edition) (February 2005)
"ATV of the Year is the award given to the unit that arrives on the market with innovations so new that it deserves a closer look. These innovations help the industry advance year after year and go beyond known frontiers."

4X4 ATV of the Year, ATV Illustrated Magazine (May/June 2005)
"At $7,199, the KingQuad is not only the least expensive OEM flagship model - it's also the best."

About the KingQuad 700
Suzuki presents the 2005 KingQuad 700 ATV - the new king of the big-bore sport/utility ATV class. This all-new 695cc fuel-injected four-stroke leads the pack as the only big-bore ATV in the sport/utility class to combine an abundance of rider-pleasing features, awesome power and performance, immediate response and durability - all at a competitive MSRP. From the big-bore fuel-injected four-stroke engine to independent rear suspension to front differential lock to hydraulic disc brakes, the KingQuad is unmatched in overall performance, standard features and price in the sport/utility ATV class.

The new King of Suzuki's ATV line-up has been developed with "Suzuki DNA" -a blend of advanced technology, uncompromising power, precise handling and outstanding value. Suzuki KingQuad's fuel-injection system has been adapted from the championship-winning GSX-R sportbike, giving riders excellent fuel mileage, better throttle response and smoother engine power.

Source: Suzuki, March 2, 2005