With just 493cc of displacement, the KingQuad 500 AXi is barely a brute, and we didn't anticipate us to impress with a stump- yanking on torque in the first hit of the accelerator. It didn’t, but accurate to Suzuki’s layout aims, its midrange operation beams, as it transitions to the top revs also it does on its face. Overall, its power delivery would be characterized by us as robust yet user-friendly. But in case you would like to have more low-end grunt, you’re going to have to consider the KingQuad 750 AXi.
However, the KingQuad 500 AXi is not unable to get together with the software thanks to its efficient QuadMatic CVT belt-type automatic transmission, which consistently chooses the correct gearing to keep momentum forward. We particularly enjoy the fact the system doesn’t freewheel when the rider backs off the accelerator, thanks to an engine braking system which helps you to control the machine, you can transform it in a snow blower atv for the winter.
We had an excellent time setting the King Quad 500 AXi at one of our local Southern California ATV parks through its rates. What this unique park lacks in land area it more than makes up for in motocross-like whoops, rain ruts that are deep and steep, challenging hills. It was s play for the 500, which features selectable four-wheel drive as well as a front differential lock alternative in the event you really ought to get cross- and hang a front wheel like we did. Only thumb the Diff Lock switch on the handlebar that is proper as well as the Suzuki can pull itself out of just about any low-traction scenario. We also value how nicely the 500 can dig its heels in on steep downhills when the transmission is placed in the Low way. When ascending steep uphills using the 4WD participated in Low, the KingQuad is a real tank, in a position to scale over any terrain that provides enough grip because of its toothy Maxxis tires.