Suzuki's self-styled 'King of Quads' – its range-topping KingQuad 750 – was launched recently at LAMMA, in Birmingham.

Launched last autumn of 2018, the new KingQuad 750 and 500 models have a 600kg towing capacity, smart 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 carry more equipment.

In addition, the front suspension, steering system and rear stabiliser are all new, which aim to deliver better straight-line stability and handling when cornering. The handlebars have also been raised which improves the riding position.

The 722cc engine has also been refined for smoother operation. It is a four-stroke, single cylinder and liquid-cooled unit with electronic ignition. The transmision is the proven V-belt, auto variable set-up.

Up front, there's a new multi-function instrument panel which includes a service reminder icon, notifying when the ATV is due for a service. Couple this with newly-designed body parts that allow easier access to key components, such as the fuel filter, means that users will benefit from easier and lower cost servicing.

The suspension consists of independent, double wishbone, oil-damped units both front and rear and the front brakes have hydraulically assisted dual discs and there are sealed oil-bathed multi-disc versions at the rear.

This quad is rated to tow 600kg, which the 4 x 4 system can make the most of. Its wheelbase is1285mm and it has a ground clearance of 260mm.

Price of the KingQuad 750 with power steering is £8849 ex VAT.