Feedback Score: 1 reviews
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Havelock, NC
I was looking at one for my wife, then she test drove the Suzuki King Quad 450 axi.......haven't looked back. Plenty of power for her to have fun, but not too much where I'm worried about her killing herself. Push button 4x4, fuel injected, fully automatic. Overall, very impressed with the Suzuki and she loves it. It rides like a Cadillac.
I'm a Kawie man myself but I'm glad we went with the king quad 450 for her. Just seemed like the 300 didn't have enough get up, no 4wd. I understand what Kawie was trying to do with it.....but I'm not a big fan of it. Seems like a few people I've talked to that bought one for their wives or kids aren't too impressed either.
Personally, I think it's a good bike for a beginner or a kid, but I think your wife would get bored with it. Granted, I don't know what type of riding you do. My wife had a Honda Recon 250, very reliable atv, ran great, but she would get pissed on the trails when it couldn't climb a good size incline, or make it through a sloppy path. Check out the KQ 450.....just my opinion.
2005 Brute Force 650 SRA (FOR SALE)3in lift; 30in Mudlites
HMF exhaust, Trail Tech Voyager GPS & Sensor, DynaTech CDI; K&N Filter,Snorkels, Rad relocated, KEBC bypass, manual 4wd (from Ricky), HDPE Skids (from Mike)
2008 BF 750i TEAM GREEN, 2in lift, 29.5 laws, PCIII, snorkled, rad racked, green LED dash, 3,000lb winch, BOSS ATV20 stereo, Quadboss Weekender rear storage, Quadrax fender guards w/ pegs