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Suzuki Announces New and Returning 2020 Models

With more charisma for 2020, select models return with fresh, new colors and graphics that highlight Suzuki’s attention to style while retaining its dedication to reliability, performance and value.

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Led by the strong championship-winning family of motocrossers, Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. announced its 2020 motocrossoff-roadyouth and KingQuad ATV models including the early introduction of the DualSport DR650S.

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With more charisma for 2020, select models return with fresh, new colors and graphics that highlight Suzuki’s renowned attention to style while retaining its dedication to reliability, performance and value. Suzuki’s heritage of ATV leadership, where “Nothing is Built Like a KingQuad”is reinforced through new KingQuad 750/500AXi Power Steering SE Camo models that include blacked-out cast-aluminum wheels and TrueTimber’s proven XD3 camouflage that’s ideal for outdoor use.

As one of the first, all-new motorcycles built from the ground up at Suzuki’s new manufacturing plant in Hamamatsu, Japan, the RM-Z250 motocrosser returns with its long list of improvements from 2019 while enhancing its Championship Yellow bodywork with new black and blue accentuated graphics for 2020. Its big brother RM-Z450 also twins up with new matching graphics while keeping its championship-winning handling, and quality performance.

Joining Suzuki’s “Brothers in RM’s”, the tough and resilient RM85 returns as the best choice for future champions along with the DR-Z50 mini and DR-Z125L, that provides the perfect pair of off-road bikes for the whole family. For young and beginning riders that dig four wheels, the yellow magic flows through the QuadSport Z90 and QuadSport Z50 youth ATVs with new reflectors for added safety.

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Glossed in a new Solid Iron Gray color, the legendary DR650S also returns as the first Suzuki DualSport model ready to hit the pavement or trails in 2020.

New for 2020, the KingQuad 400ASi SE+ in a metallic, matte bronze finish joins the pack riding on new, cast-aluminum wheels along with the new KingQuad 750/500AXi Power Steering SE Camo, and the matte black KingQuad 750/500AXi Power Steering SE+ models. Available in traditional red, green and white, other versions of the KingQuad 750/500AXi models are back with new matte black steel or cast-aluminum wheels.

MX Models

As one of the winningest brands and most successful 450 motorcycles in AMA motocross history, Suzuki’s championship-winning siblings continue to prove its design philosophy of Run, Turn and Stop that achieves a Winning Balance on the racetrack. Whether at a local amateur race or professional supercross and motocross competition, the RM-Z and RM models are for any rider looking to chase their championship dreams.

The RM-Z450 is ready for 2020 after a recent redesign brought a new fame, new suspension with a coil-spring fork and boosted engine performance in a package that’s easy to flick around the racetrack. The RM-Z250 got a more thorough makeover last year, mirroring the styling of the RM-Z450. Like the RM-Z450, the 250 holds on to its claim as the best handling bike in its class with a new aluminum twin-spar frame, hydro formed aluminum swingarm, and new KYB shock and coil-spring fork. Both bikes bring more power to the ranks with competitive advantages like Suzuki’s Holeshot Assist Control that gets an RM-Z out of the gate faster and the Traction Management System that helps the rider maintain their lead to the checkered flag.

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The RM85 continues to carry on the powerful tradition of race excellence in the Suzuki motocross family. Just like its larger RM-Z brothers, the RM85 delivers class-leading handling for both experienced racers and rookie riders alike. With its reliable two-stroke engine, smooth power delivery and lightweight handling, the RM85 is the perfect motocross bike for anyone learning to race—and striving to win.

Off-Road Models

Suzuki’s compact, DR-Z50 mini-bike is the ideal way to introduce young, beginner riders to the sport of motorcycling. Updated with new graphics for 2020, this race-styled bike returns with its smooth 49cc four-stroke engine, electric start and backup kickstart, that will help build confidence and riding ability for young supervised riders who are just getting started on two-wheels.

Styled like Suzuki’s championship-winning RM-Z models, the DR-Z125L is ideal for young and smaller stature riders to tackle the dirt. The bike’s nimble handling and reliable four-stroke engine pumps out strong low-end and mid-range power that keeps the fun coming at you all day long.

DualSport

With new Solid Iron Gray bodywork accented with distinctive black, blue and red graphics, the 2020 DR650S brings a new sense of style while keeping its balance of superior components to keep it the best all-around, dual-purpose motorcycle available today. Its reliable 644cc, oil-cooled, four-stroke, thumper engine and telescopic fork and link-style rear suspension can tackle tough trails or urban roads while its strong aluminum, spoke-style rims can tackle the street or dirt with comfort and ease.

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Youth ATVs

Suzuki’s QuadSport Z90 and Z50 are fun ATVs scaled right for families to get youngsters into the sport the proper way. In addition to the QuadSport sibling’s beloved Championship Yellow bodywork and graphics, reflectors have been added to the 2020 model to make the ATV more conspicuous while complying with vehicle regulations. This also benefits the safety and parental control features that give adults the ability to control an exciting, but safe riding pace for their child.

KingQuad 750/500 Models

Suzuki’s rugged line of KingQuad 750 and 500 models underwent a full technical and styling makeover in 2019. Now, the versatile 2020 line-up returns with new models and features that further reinforce that “Nothing is Built Like a KingQuad.” 

Fresh from Suzuki’s manufacturing facility in Rome, Georgia, are the new KingQuad 750/500AXi Power Steering SE Camo models. These new models are finished off in TrueTimber’s proven XD3 camouflage with a special, blacked-out set of Suzuki’s lightweight, cast-aluminum wheels. The XD3 camo designation refers to an “Xtreme Detail, Depth and Deception” image that is compromised of natural browns, grays, and subtle hints of green, helping the SE Camo models blend naturally with its surroundings.

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Also new are Solid Matte Sword Black versions of the KingQuad 750/500 Power Steering SE+ models. These KingQuad ATV’s are also fitted with the new, blacked-out cast-aluminum wheels for a stealthy appearance. The popular Metallic Matte Colorado Bronze version of the KingQuad 750/500 Power Steering SE+ returns with cast-aluminum wheels featuring machined spoke and rim edges for a luxurious appearance that’s unique among sport-utility ATVs.

Ready to take on anything from ranching, hunting or trail riding, the KingQuad 750/500AXi Power Steering and Power Steering SE models are back delivering low-effort control via their electronic power steering systems that also damp vibration to the rider. The Power Steering SE versions are fitted with the lightweight, cast-aluminum wheels with machined spoke and rim edges, while the standard KingQuad 750/500 models use strong steel wheels with a durable matte black powder coat finish.

KingQuad 400 Models

In 2019, the KingQuad 750 and 500 models in Metallic Matte Colorado Bronze received rave reviews and now, riders can get that exciting look, complete with the lightweight, cast-aluminum wheels, on the new 2020 KingQuad 400ASi SE+ model. Other KingQuad 400 models including the popular 400ASi Camo, the 400ASi, and the lively 400FSi manual transmission model, will also return in 2020.

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