Photo Gallery: Suzuki KingQuad 400ASi SE+

The best part of our job is ride time!

Suzuki’s KingQuad 400ASi couldn’t get much more beginner-friendly.Mark Williams

When you test ATVs for a living, it’s hard to not brag about it, but this is the best part of our job. Sure, we spend the best part of a day banging keys and staring at a monitor, but that just makes us appreciate the fun stuff even more.

Speaking of a good time, we had a few more images left over from our 2022 Suzuki KingQuad 400ASi SE+ review photo shoot in Arizona. If you’re ever in Prescott with your ATV, the Alto Pit OHV area is just outside of town and deserves a visit. The trails are restricted to vehicles 50 inches wide or narrower, so you won’t be banging bars with any 200 hp side-by-sides. It’s a great place to bring the entire family with camping opportunities, public restrooms, and a tot lot where your youngest can learn to ride their first ATV.

Enjoy the gallery!

The SE+ trim model includes Metallic Matte Rocky Gray color and matching spoked aluminum wheels.Mark Williams
Despite its 376cc air-cooled size, the engine does have some get-up-and-go.Mark Williams
The swingarm rear suspension presents sporty ride characteristics.Mark Williams
The KindQuad’s compact size makes it easier to wiggle through the tight spots.Mark Williams
Dual hand-brake controls provide even more control over uneven surfaces.Mark Williams
There’s just enough power on hand to pop the front end up over obstacles.Mark Williams
As skills increase, beginner riders will find the KingQuad 400ASi has a fair amount of top-end speed.Mark Williams
Ground clearance is limited, but the AWD system works better than expected.Mark Williams
Suspension travel of 6.7 inches is on the low side, but the KingQuad gets it done.Mark Williams

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