IT'S all about safety and comfort in the latest versions of Suzuki KingQuads.

These come with free 'EASI rider' training which covers pre-ride checks, riding in different conditions, and negotiating obstacles. They also now come with a free CESAR Security System, powered by Datatag, giving each ATV a unique ‘fingerprint’ with an identity that cannot be erased.

This acts as a powerful theft deterrent and a tool for recovery should the worst happen, as well as reducing your insurance premiums, said a spokesman.

Potential KingQuad owners can also apply for a full test ride to evaluate the proven abilities of these popular work quads.

Improvements to the chassis have resulted in a bigger towing capacity of up to 600kg with smooth power delivery and no lag. This means that Suzuki KingQuads can help farmers and land workers improve operational efficiency by enabling them to move heavier loads.

Suzuki’s exclusive T-shaped seat also delivers maximum rider manoeuvrability and comfort, assisted by Suzuki’s fully independent suspension system with five-way spring pre-load adjustable shock absorbers to reduce off-road jars to a tiny bounce.

Coming with selectable 2WD/4WD, the KingQuads also have an optional differential lock available at the touch of a button.

On fan is well-known Highland farmer, Joyce Campbell, who said: “We’ve been using Suzuki quads for over 17 years and I’ve never once been disappointed with their performance, safety or reliability. They easily cover our 5800 acres of rough hill ground.”

Suzuki has some 70 dealers in the UK selling the manufacturer’s range of utility and sports ATVs, with most offering a try before you buy scheme.